Some interesting British Companies
The website is starting to get some really interesting British manufacturers. Check out Moores Blackboards based in Norfolk and makers of traditional blackboards, chalkboards and notice boards since 1975
The Nottingham Lace Makers
In the 19th Century Nottingham had become the lace capital of the world, and Stoney Street in the Lace Market was the centre of the industry. Still today making beautiful hand made lace articles and featured on this site is Kitty Fisher with a range of bridal accessories, tableware, exquisite lace cushions, lace handkerchiefs, lace doilies.
News on UK Manufacturing
Some good and bad news for British Manufacturing
The good news is Nissan's continuing commitment to building cars in UK including their new model which should result in more jobs. Also in the steel industry the Blast furnace at Redcar has been restarted by Tata steel. It had been closed since 2009.
The bad news concerns Aquascutum in administration they will probably close their factory in Corby if a buyer cannot be found. Aquascutum opened its first factory in Kettering in 1909, and continued to manufacture garments, including its signature raincoats, at the Corby plant.
The move comes as British retailers show fresh interest in manufacturing in the UK, against the backdrop of rising transport costs and escalating wages in China.
Welcome to our new website
We have been working on our new website which should make it easier to use and also to add lots more British companies. Hope you like the new layout. We also have our twitter link working @stillmadeinbrit.
The site is now fully compliant for mobiles and tablets
We have a new image which I know companies have been asking to use. Let us know and we will send you the details
Made By Britain
Vince Cable's "Made By Britain" project is a celebration of British manufacturing in the last 160 years. As part of this, MPs have named the best example of British design, made in their constituency. The chosen designs range from