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Latest revision as of 21:36, 28 December 2020

of Edlington Lane, Edlington, Doncaster.

Merchants and manufacturers of plastic plumbing components.

c1960 Formed by Kevin McDonald

1966 60 percent of the capital was acquired by Hepworth Iron Co[1]

1970 Acquired Soilpipes from Ideal-Standard[2]

1971 Hepworth Ceramics acquired 2 builders merchants, J. W. Gaunt (Sanitary Fittings) and Cisterns Ltd, which would be operated by Bartol[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Oct 21, 1966
  2. The Times, Sep 14, 1970
  3. The Times, May 08, 1971