Naylor celebrates long servers

Construction products group Naylor hosted a lunch to recognise the long service of 8 employees based on the company’s Wombwell and Cawthorne sites who collectively have worked for the company for 250 years.

There were 40 year service awards for Cawthorne based Neil Travis and Kevin Broadhead from the company’s Clayware business as well as 25 year service awards for Wombwell based Helen Jowitt and Mark Grimes and Cawthorne based Kevin Naden and Neil Broadhead; meanwhile the lunch also marked the retirement of Cawthorne based Melvyn Blezzard and Andy Law.

Naylor CEO Edward Naylor commented “whilst we have grown over recent years, we remain very much a family business at heart and are delighted that there are so many dedicated long-servers across our business; we are immensely grateful for their loyalty”




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