Merry Christmas!

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Today we close the doors to all 6 of our buildings until January 2022!

It’s been a different and challenging year for us all in many different ways. Our industry has changed beyond all recognition and many did not survive the pandemic, but we are here to stay!

Throughout the 2021 we continued to manufacture in order to keep Britain moving. We thank all of our loyal customers for their continued support and wish each and everyone a Safe, prosperous and Happy New Year. We shall see you all on the other side in 2022!!!

Stay safe everyone and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

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