Have a look at the ITV News coverage of Gaby Logans Chancellor's gown by following this link! http://t.co/Q1PUrpfb40
@karencundy Thanks for your support, this really is a very exciting time for us 230 years this year!
HAINSWORTH FABRICS ON PARADE AT CORONATION FESTIVAL AS THEY WERE AT THE CORONATION 60 YEARS AGO - http://t.co/brZda45EyI
Category Archives: Technical and Industrial Textiles
Leading British textile manufacturer Hainsworth is focussing on helping fire services combat heat stress – the biggest threat to firefighter safety.
The company is finding that its innovative fabrics are proving increasingly popular with firefighters operating in some of the world’s hottest countries. Continue reading
TEXTILE manufacturer Hainsworth has won a contract to kit out 2,000 firefighters across the West Midlands’ 39 community fire stations. Continue reading
West Midlands Fire HQ display showcasing their new Bristol Uniform PPE with Hainsworth® TITAN outer. Continue reading
Rory Challand reporting on Natural Legacy Woollen Coffin range for Al Jazeera. For more information on the Natural Legacy Woollen range, visit www.naturallegacy.com.
Following the National Funeral Director Association (NFDA) International Convention & Expo in October 2010 where Natural Legacy was showcased, Philip Blatchley, (National President of the UK – National Association of Funeral Directors) was keen to see how the Natural Legacy coffin range is manufactured. Continue reading
Due to the phenomenal response to the Time Magazine article on our Natural Legacy range of woollen coffins, which was published on the 5th April. Continue reading
Due to the growing demand for our Natural Legacy woollen coffin range, the Time magazine contacted us in March to feature an article on their website. Continue reading
Thea Atha (age and the 14 Horsforth Brownies visited Cookridge Fire Station, West Yorkshire to learn about Fire Safety in the Home. Continue reading
Two Derbyshire fire-fighters wearing Hainsworth® TITAN kit were engulfed in a fireball after an explosion thought to have been caused by an aerosol on 5th February 2011 – one was blown to the floor and covered by a bedroom door in the blast. Continue reading