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DogFest is billed as the Ultimate Summer Festival for dogs- and we have pairs of tickets worth £46 to give to 3 lucky readers. Email Dawn with the subject ‘Enter Free Draw’ to be in with a chance of winning. *T&C’s: One entry per person. All entries must be submitted before…

Nick Priest and Barry Marshall are at the Southern Water Development Day at Brighton and Hove FC. Pop along and see them to find out more about our clay drainage, environmental and plastics products.

He’s only gone and done it. Edward Naylor has completed the London Marathon in an impressive 4 hours, 40 minutes and 5 seconds. Running in aid of the Lighthouse Construction Charity hashtag#construction hashtag#fundraising hashtag#completed hashtag#done hashtag#londonmarathon hashtag#charity…

On 10 April, Naylor Drainage were pleased to support the exhibition of buying group NMBS; the event was held at the Ricoh Stadium, Coventry.

The annual Brick Awards are held at Park Lane & are well supported by the brickwork subcontract industry. Helen MacIntosh, Paul Wood & Nick Pratt attended this year’s Brick Awards dinner at which many of the major users of our prestressed Concrete Lintels were present.

Representatives of our Clayware (exhibiting Denlok) and Specialist Plastics (exhibiting HDD pipe) divisions manned the Naylor stand at the No Dig Live exhibition which took place at Peterborough showground from 18-20 September.

Our Naylor Gardenware team has had a couple of busy weeks, exhibiting firstly at the Four Oaks show in Cheshire and following this up the week after with a stand at the NEC’s Glee exhibition. Our newly launched Yorkshire Flowerpot, the Tall Pot was a particular Glee hit, with numerous 2019…

In July, we held our annual Lighthouse charity golf day and we’re delighted to announce that this was a record-breaking year: our fund-raising topped £4000 for the first time. Thanks to all those who supported the event, particularly HSBC whose charitable fund provided a welcome boost to on…

Get Up to Speed (or GUTS!) is a careers fair which took place in Magna, Rotherham on 18 April; its aim is to attract the next generation into engineering and manufacturing. As in previous years, we had a Naylor stand- designed and manned by our wonderful apprentices.

Congratulations to John Barklam who has recently retired after clocking up 44 years in the Naylor Clayware Engineering department.

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