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Creating a Greener Future at Wetherby HQ!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   November 29, 2017

We have recently invested in our tinting facility at our Head Office premises in Golborne which will not only reduce trade counter lead times with the introduction of faster dispense speeds but will also reduce the impact on the environment with new energy saving features.

The 2 new HA480’s have recently arrived and been installed at Golborne depot and will benefit from no pigment agitation or pigment waste meaning the machines energy usage and carbon footprint will be reduced from 20 watts to an impressive 1.8 watts.

As the new machines feature no pigment agitation or waste, any unwanted pigment
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Wetherby supports ‘Safe 4 Kids’ campaign

By: Laura Hennahane   •   November 28, 2017

It is our pleasure to be supporting our local community in the ‘Safe4Kids’ campaign by sponsoring Golborne Community Primary School.


Safe 4 Kids is an organisation committed to helping keep our children safer in today’s modern world.

By sponsoring Golborne Community Primary School it has enabled them to receive resources designed to educate children in matters of safety. These unique resources highlight the safety issues of the internet, bullying, drugs, chat rooms, mobile phones, emails and health & fitness.

This entertaining safety literature is aimed at getting children’s attention and educating them in a fun and enjoyable way on
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Wetherby’s Dry Dash helps to restore St Helens Chantry!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   November 10, 2017

Wetherby has taken the opportunity to donate nearly 2 tonnes of its dry dash to help a local restoration project.

St Helens Chantry was built by Sir Thomas Gerard and consecrated by John Catrick; the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield in June 1415 making it over 600 years old.

There is believed to be around 8000 burials within the grounds dating back to the 1600’s and over the last 5 years a further 300 stones have been unearthed from 2 feet underground including many graves of soldiers.

A group of local volunteers are currently working hard to restore the tombstones
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