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More success for our first apprentice

It doesn’t seem long since we were reporting that the first youngster to start as an apprentice with the LTF team, Brandon Vevers, had achieved an NVQ at level 2. Now, we’re delighted to announce that Brandon has succeeded in reaching the level 3 standard, and we’d like to offer him our congratulations. Brandon has […]

The teamwork that goes into building a great team

You know a partnership is working well when both parties have good things to say about the other. The relationship between Lancashire Trade Frames and the North Lancs Training Group is a case in point, and over the last two years, we’ve taken on a total of seven apprentices who have worked with the NLTG […]

Solid Sense – New Literature Range

The good folk of Lancashire are known for plain speaking. It’s a tradition that Bury based, Lancashire Trade Frames were happy to continue in their new suite of literature. The brochures are collectively known as the Solid Sense range, a name which illustrates the fabricator’s approach to doing business: excellent products, well made, with great […]

The Made in Bury Business Awards

Towards the tail end of 2015, we were thrilled to make the longlist for the MIBBAs which reward and recognise local businesses. These awards are now a major event in the town and competition amongst Bury’s business community was fierce. We entered in the Manufacturing and Engineering category and were one of six entrants asked […]

Keeping it clear and simple

Lancashire Trade Frames have just launched a brand new website. Fully enabled for mobile and tablet, the site is simple to navigate and gets straight to the point with an invitation to talk.  The tone is down-to-earth, open and friendly and reflects a business which values those qualities highly. The layout is clear and the […]

Outside information building inside strength

With any new appointment, it makes sense to look for experience and aptitude. But it’s also important to realise that the glazing industry can learn from other sectors and that some skills are transferable. Two recent appointments at Lancashire Trade Frames provide an illustration of this principle. Chris Sulley has been appointed as Manager of the […]