Even in a Railroad Museum!

I spent Sunday browsing around the National Railway Museum in York as I have wanted to visit the museum since I was a boy. But even on my day off I could not help finding yet another example of Bulldog Tools being forged into our country’s history. There, in one of the glass presentation cabinets…

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Posted in About Bulldog By Stuart Elsom On 24th March 2009 | 1 Comment

The New Boy at The Forge - Week 2

Continuing my condensed apprenticeship at Wigan, I am now looking at spade and fork production in some depth. After spending my time with the engineers last week it was my turn to make a spade and fork of my very own. To achieve this, I would be spending time at all stages of manufacturing from…

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Posted in About Bulldog By Ed White On 17th March 2009 | 1 Comment

Get Britain Building!

As the last forge of it’s kind in Britain, we haveĀ been interested to see the formation of “Get Britain Building”. This is a coalition of organisations from within the construction sector who are calling for the creation of a new business environment to help the UK construction industry thrive and prosper in these difficult times.…

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Posted in About Bulldog By Stuart Elsom On 4th March 2009 | 2 Comments

The New Boy at The Forge - Week 1

As part of my induction training at Rollins Group (the parent company of Bulldog Tools) I have been asked to spend a month in the forge at Wigan in order to understand exactly what goes on in the manufacturing process. I arrived last Monday after a four and a half hour journey, thank you M1…

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Posted in About Bulldog By Ed White On 3rd March 2009 | 2 Comments

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