Crosby Doors, now there's a name from the past. I tried to do a bit of research on Crosby Doors which was situated at the southern tip of Farnham for all those years and also employed so many people around the area.
I remember when I first met Donna, she lived in Upper Hale. I was asked by Donna's uncle, Ray Newman of the Upper Hale Recreation Committee to install some wooden posts around the recreation ground to stop illegal parking opposite the Ball and Wicket pub by the war memorial.
(Sorry I'm rambling) There was a chap who made a living by selling all of the off cuts from the Crosby Doors factory and he always had a large stack of planed wood of all sizes by his garden gate.
Oh how I wish we had something similar here. You can go down to the Brico in Villereal next to the Intermarche and pick up a chariot of wood offcuts for 7 euros but you are limited with choice.