Manufacturing during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Dymond Engineering is proud to have just completed a significant large volume order which was diverted from Chinese manufacturer. It’s been a challenge with reduced workforce and social distancing, but the team has been magnificent. As we emerge from this pandemic will we see more re-shoring of manufacturing to the UK and more value placed…

Retirement

We are sad to announce the retirement of a very valued long-term employee. Alan Puttick has worked for Dymond Engineering for the last 15years and at the age of 79 has finally decided to retire. For the last few years Alan was responsible for managing the wire working section, where we primarily take wire in…

North Devon Manufacturers Business Awards

As members of the North Devon Manufacturers Association (NDMA), Dymond Engineering attended the 22nd Annual NDMA awards on Thursday 16th May at the Barnstaple Hotel. As always it was a fantastic night, celebrating the vibrant manufacturing sector here in North Devon. As a member of the organising committee with responsibility for the arrangements on the…

High Bullen Scratch Competition 2017

For the past couple of years Dymond Engineering has sponsored High Bullen Golf Club Scratch Competition, and we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 competition. Terry Hart, pictured left below, was the overall winner and Nigel Cook, pictured below with Dymond’s Mike Garner, was winner of the ‘18 and over Handicap Scratch…

Partridge Photo Shoot in North Devon!

….not the usual kind of shoot associated with Partridge! Last week we were fortunte to have the opportunity to shoot some photos of our galvanised Partridge Feeders in use on a shoot in North Devon. As the Gamekeepers amongst you will know and appreciate, the young partridge need weening off the initial tube feeders and…

Pheasant Feeders in use in Rearing Pens

Whilst the galvanised Dymond Pheasant Feeders are designed for use in release pens and open environments, where they can protect the feed from livestock and pests, they are also effective for use in rearing pens.  Their large capacity, sturdy structure and ability to protect feed from the elements are as useful in the pens as…

Metalwork for Woolacombe and Mortehoe Display

When Ray Parkin of Parkin Estates (owner of Woolacombe beach) decided to celebrate the tied history of Woolacombe and Mortehoe, Dymond Engineering was commissioned to design and manufacture the stainless steel metalwork. Mike Garner and Sue Roberts, Directors of Dymond Engineering, attended the opening ceremony which was followed by a lovely lunch at the Watersmeet…