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Dening and Co

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Name plate.
September 1947.
1947. Somerspin, potato spinner.
Wood sawing machine.
Wood sawing machine.
Name plate.
Wood sawing machine.

of Crimchard Works, Chard, Somerset.

1828 Company founded.

1851 Ironmonger and Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements employing 45 men and 5 boys.[1]

1937 Engineers and ironfounders. [2]

1951 Private company.

1961 Engineers and agricultural implements manufacturers.

1962 Production of Space Decks was increasing at Beyer, Peacock and Co's Denings factory[3]

Producers of agricultural machinery and woodworking machinery including circular saw benches and bandsaws. Examples are on display at Chard Museum.

Later known as Denings of Chard

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