As in previous years, Team Naylor participated in Cycle September, a nationwide initiative to get people cycling. Our 10 cyclists clocked up a total of 1,957 miles, & we were placed third nationwide in our category. Stuart Steel clocked up most miles, closely followed by Tim Dolan, Jon Baker…

Whilst Covid related social distancing requirements continue to present challenges, we have resumed much of our previous training activity. Congratulations to Wombwell based Jack, Connor and Jim for successfully completing their Working at Height training.

The bespoke extrusions of our Specialist Plastics division end up in some unusual places. We donated some coloured conduit to Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery, Stoke Newington & received the following feedback: “Thanks to your kindness and generosity, we’ve built a fabulous water…

Also on the move in our Cawthorne Drainage Division is Jade Terry; congratulations to Jade on her promotion to Business Development Manager; Jade is on her second stint with Naylor, having originally joined us in 2014.

As many of our readers will know, the formation of Naylor dates back to 1890 & followed the construction of the Denby Dale viaduct by the great, great Grandfather of our current CEO Edward Naylor. For those interested in local history, there is now a local history website, which includes…

Our Barugh Green factory will be the location of a major investment project in 2020.
Enabling works have started and June will see the delivery of a £2m automated concrete lintel extrusion plant from Spanish equipment supplier Prensoland.

Naylor Specialist Plastics is never a business to stand still & recent external changes have resulted in a big improvement in yard layout.

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!

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