North Devon Business

North Devon Business Event Sue and Mike of Dymond Engineering attended an interesting North Devon business event last week.  The event was held jointly by RBS Bank – soon to be Williams & Glyn – and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) at the Barnstaple Hotel. The event could be the first of a series in…

North Devon Manufacturers Association

The NDMA’s monthly breakfast meeting this week focused on initiatives to identify and inspire future leaders in engineering, helping to address the growing shortage of engineers in the UK. Presentations were made by EDT (Engineering Development Trust) which works with young people age 11-21, and Arkwright Scholarship Trust, which works with students who apply in…

North Devon Manufacturers Awards

We are looking forward to the much anticipated annual North Devon Manufacturers Awards taking place in Barnstaple this evening. Hosted by the North Devon Manufacturers Association (NDMA), 157 guests will be representing manufacturing companies from across North Devon; a rich and vibrant celebration of the buoyant manufacturing sector in the region. Our sector sadly lacks…

Merit in CAD exam

Congratulations go to Dymond’s Ian Halton on achieving a Merit in his 2D CAD exam this month. Ian has been studying at Exeter University to achieve this qualification, which is well deserved recognition for the excellent CAD work he is doing for us, converting our customer’s metalwork requirements into production drawings and CNC programmes ready…

Galvanised Pheasant and Partridge Feeders

Announcing Dymond’s galvanised Pheasant and Partridge Feeders – designed by Gamekeepers for Gamekeepers. Used and approved by the Maristow Shoot, Tregoyd Shoot and Spreacombe Shoot. “These are excellent feeders which we have been using for a number of years.  They have proved to be stock proof and also keep the feed dry in wet and…

Good News for UK Engineering

20 Aug 2014 Last week it was reported in The Engineer that the Prince of Wales is backing a new Engineering Workshop to enable teachers to better support pupils in choosing engineering careers.  And in this week’s news the A-level results show a big increase in the number of pupils taking ‘STEM’ subjects (science, technology,…