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.

Congratulations to Emma Burkinshaw on her promotion to Sales Director of our Cawthorne Drainage Division, with responsibility for Clay and Plastic sales. Emma joined Naylor straight from school and has worked for Naylor since 1997.

Congratulations to John Tomlinson on clocking up 40 years of service at Naylor Lintels (he joined 10 years after we started- for anyone who is confused at the number 50 behind him!!). The presentation of his tankard took place on a socially distanced basis…

Land Drain is available from Naylor! Farmers- we need you to keep farming! We have ample stocks of land drain – please contact us if you’re trying to make waterlogged fields productive again: England + Wales – Emma Burkinshaw M: 07792 712259 Scotland – Jo McCool M: 01592…

Our long term Clay pipes customers will be aware that we have been carrying out a significant amount of mechanical & electrical upgrade work at Cawthorne to prepare the business for the next century of Clay pipe production. We’re sorry that there have been some availability issues whilst…

 The November issue of Drain Trader included a rehabilitation materials feature…including our Denlok vitrified clay jacking pipes. You can find out more about Denlok here.

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.

No-Dig specialist Allen Watson have started the first of four Naylor Denlok drives using 150 and 225 jacking pipes for a project for contractor Blanchard Wells.  The scheme is a foul and surface water project in Southampton.

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.

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