Leominster-based oak sawmiller Good Bros has been approached to build an oak frame for a house being designed by the Prince of Wales.

The company, an oak joinery and flooring specialist that also produces oak frame structures, said it had been approached by the Prince’s Trust to construct elements of the Prince’s house to be exhibited at the Ideal Home Show in London and Scotland this year.

Oak will be supplied by the Duchy of Cornwall’s estate.

Good Bros said the exact design of the house was being kept confidential for the time being.

Good Bros was established in 1946 by five brothers. Today it is run by sisters Joanne and Sally Good, daughters of one of the original founders, Joe Good.

It was the first company to install a Stenner 54/60 bandsaw in the UK during the 1970s.

The Ideal Home Show takes place at London’s Earls Court from March 16 to April 1.