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1977 The [[National Enterprise Board]] acquired the non-aviation assets of the [[Fairey Aviation Co|Fairey Group]], consisting of 14 subsidiary companies<ref>  The Times, Dec 06, 1977</ref>, one of which was '''Fairey Hydraulics'''.
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1980 The National Enterprise Board sold '''Fairey Holdings''' to [[Doulton and Co|Doulton]], the subsidiary of [[S. Pearson and Son]]<ref>The Times, May 02, 1980</ref>
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1980 Part of [[Fairey Aviation Co|Fairey Holdings]] when it was acquired by [[S. Pearson and Son]]
 
1980 Part of [[Fairey Aviation Co|Fairey Holdings]] when it was acquired by [[S. Pearson and Son]]
  

Latest revision as of 18:26, 6 December 2020

1977 The National Enterprise Board acquired the non-aviation assets of the Fairey Group, consisting of 14 subsidiary companies[1], one of which was Fairey Hydraulics.

1980 The National Enterprise Board sold Fairey Holdings to Doulton, the subsidiary of S. Pearson and Son[2]

1980 Part of Fairey Holdings when it was acquired by S. Pearson and Son

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Dec 06, 1977
  2. The Times, May 02, 1980