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WHO WE ARE

Rich first discovered his passion for blacksmithing at St David’s College in Llandudno. He then moved on to Herefordshire College of Blacksmithing to learn the craft. On completion of his studies in 1998 he did his Journeyman in Gdansk, Poland and later in France. Rich returned to Wales to work as an apprentice blacksmith in Halkyn, North Wales before setting up Heat and Beat in 2000. Rich draws inspiration from nature’s forms and shapes, he combine this with his love of geometric forms and structure.

WHAT WE DO

Heat and Beat offer a comprehensive service, we work closely with the client to develop the initial concept and design through to final installation. Heat and Beat produce a wide range of work from public art commissions to bespoke gates, railing and restoration.

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Gates & Railing
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Handrails
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Sculpture
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Restoration
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Signs & interpretation
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Our client

Heat and Beat specialise in the traditional forged ironwork, design and fabrication. We have over 15 years experience of working with our clients to design unique ironwork meet their exact needs. We work closely with a wide range of clients from different sectors and regions across public sector, private sector and local and national governments.

Our Blog

  • Loggerheads Ash Leaf Sculpture

      Denbighshire Countryside Service wanted to brighten up a dark and slightly damp area at the entrance to Tea Gardens at Loggerheads Country Park.  The area was unsuita...

  • Dragonfly

    I was approached by North Wales Wildlife Trust and the British Dragonfly Society in the spring of 2017. They were keen to discuss ideas of how to interpret and celebrate ...

  • Acton Dog – Wreham Museum

    Sculpture design based on the Acton Dog, installed at Wrexham Museum...