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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.

Thanks to all the Naylor employees who took part in this year’s Cycle to Work challenge- and congratulations to Naylor Gardenware’s Barry Crawshaw who cycled 30.6 miles. Barry is seen here in his prize: a Naylor Cycle Top!

A sewer diversion scheme for Severn Trent Water in Telford had the potential for road closures and other major disruption. But the adoption of trenchless technology- and the use of Naylor Denlok Pipes  – meant the scheme could be completed with minimal surface disruption.

It’s music festival season…and Cawthorne village, home of our largest manufacturing site, has its own festival – Underneath the Stars, which takes place over the weekend of 20-22 July. When one of the organisers, Emma Holling contacted us with the site drainage requirements, we…

Naylor Employees continue to develop their skills across a wide range of areas; during the last month, groups at Cawthorne and Barugh Green have completed Vehicle Banksman, Sideloader, Overhead Crane and Manual Handling courses-congratulations to all on their success.

                As in previous years, team Naylor was well represented at the British Ceramic Confederation’s annual Health & Safety conference and awards ceremony – and we were thrilled that 3 of our team picked up individual recognition…

As part of our commitment to encourage cycling across our sites we have signed up to  the Love to Ride national scheme Cycle September.  We will be competing against businesses within the South Yorkshire region and all across the UK – so let’s see how we can do!

As in previous years, we will be holding a golf day in 2017 in aid of construction industry charity The Lighthouse Club. The event will be held on Friday 28 July at Wortley Golf Club near Sheffield; if you would like to enter a (4-ball) team, please contact   Helen Jowitt.

We often get asked how our products are made & particularly enjoy showing visitors around our factories. But for those based far away from our sites, a visit just isn’t practicable – which is why we’re in the process of producing a couple of short films showing how clay & plastic pipes are produced. If […]

With our clay & plastic  pipe offerings including an ever wider range of diameters, we are continually upgrading (and upsizing!) our laboratory equipment to keep up. The photo shows our latest acquisition – a new crushing rig which will allow us to test the largest diameters of pipe.

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