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Nov 1919.
Dec 1921.
May 1935.
1938. 'Busy Bee' Brand.
April 1946. 'Eziwheel'

Barnards Ltd. of Norfolk Iron Works, Norwich; of 110 Cannon Street, E.C.4.

1826 Company established.

1907 Incorporated as a limited company. Acquired the assets of Barnard, Bishop and Barnards.

1914 Manufacturers of galvanized wire netting, slow combustion stoves, ornamental gates, railing and horticultural appliances. [1]

1914 Directors: Charles Barnard (Chairman), James G. Bower (Managing Director), Cecil Wilson.

Post WW2. Taken over by Tinsley Wire Industries

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