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English Rose Kitchens

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February 1962.
October 1963.

of Warwick

1937 Private company formed as Constant Speed Airscrews in Warwick

1945 Name changed (presumably) to C. S. A. Industries

1953 Acquired by J. B. Brooks and Co

1958 Name changed. Owned by J. B. Brooks and Co

1961 Manufacturers of kitchen equipment. Trade Marks: "English Rose" "Anemone" and "Rose Wood." 280 employees.[1]

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