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15 February 2002
DIAMANT BOART, suppliers of diamond tooling, have moved to:
15 February 2002
A 2.5m high Carrara marble statue of former Prime Minister Margaret (now Lady) Thatcher, complete with handbag, carved by sculptor Neil Simmons was still looking for a site to stand on as NSS went to...
15 February 2002
Stone, ceramic and porcelain tile wholesalers TileCo, who opened a bright new showroom with roomsets in West Molesey, Surrey, in September, had a successful time last year with their sponsorship of...
 
15 February 2002
In December, stove company Aga bought fireplace surrounds firm Elgin...
15 February 2002
Forget ground anchors and foundations, a single upright monolithic slab of stone set straight into the ground is the safest way of fixing stone memorials in cemeteries, a new memorial safety group...
15 February 2002
York Consortium for Conservation...
15 February 2002
Warmsworth Stone Ltd, Doncaster designers and manufacturers of stone fire surrounds, have bought the stone supply and cutting business of Hampole Fine Limestone and created a new company called...
15 February 2002
The first workhouse, which is in Southwell, Nottingham, and which has been undergoing renovation since it was acquired by the National Trust in 1997, will open to the public next month (March).The...
15 January 2002
Brembana CNC milling machines, which wholesalers Pisani started distributing last year in a coup that deprived A J Lopez of exclusivity on the range, are now being distributed exclusively by CMS...
15 January 2002
Nationwide, suppliers of powered access equipment, are guaranteeing next day delivery on any boom lift up to 22m or any scissor lift up to 17m ordered before midday.If they cannot supply the required...
15 January 2002
You can now subscribe to Natural Stone Specialist using the magazine\'s website. The subscription site has been made secure for sending credit card details over the internet. The website still...
15 January 2002
A new war memorial has been erected in the town of Burry Port, near Llanelli in South Wales.Commissioned by the British Legion, it was produced by masons J H Roberts...
15 January 2002
Prof Gerd Merke, general secretary of the European stone organisation Euro-Roc, an association consisting of trade bodies of various European nations, says he is sure new dumping complaints will be...
15 January 2002
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) is 125 years old this year and is planning a bumper calendar of events to mark the occasion.Special events for the year include an...
15 January 2002
Looking for help with investment? You could find it is available from a £53.5million commitment from the European Investment Fund (EIF) to the UK\'s nine Regional Venture Capital Funds that will be...

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