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Marriotts Builders
Works Completed

Extracted from the programme of "Grand Bazaar" in aid of the Building Fund
of St Mary's Parish Rooms, Higham Ferrers 20, 21, 22 October 1904

National Telephone, No. 20


Contractor, RUSHDEN

Building Work of all Kinds in all its Branches.

High-class Decoration


Some of the Works executed:
Work  Situated For Architects
New Board Schools  Newton Road, Rushden School Board

Messrs. Sharman and Archer

Restoration of Tower   Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Cemetery Chapels Finedon   Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Parish Rooms Higham Ferrers   Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Additions and Alterations Rushden House E. C. Browning Esq. Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Hayway Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Kimbolton Rd. Miss Mason Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Kimbolton Rd J. S. Mason Esq Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Hayway G. S. Mason Esq. Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Knuston Road Chas. Claridge Esq. Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Residence Wellingboro' Road J. Clark Esq. Messrs. Talbot, Brown & Fisher
Mission Church S. Peter's   Mr. F. E. Preston
Bank High Street Messrs. Cave and Sons Mr. Alex. Anderson
New Post Office Rushden   Mr. Alex. Anderson
New Wesleyan Chapel Higham Ferrers  Trustees Mr. Tom Dyer
New Wesleyan Chapel Finedon  Trustees Mr. Tom Dyer
Restoration, Church Roof Bozeat   Mr. Hall, Leicester

Business in Northamptonshire, September 1979, transcribed by Kay Collins

Totectors' Expansion
Alan Hutchins & Eric Booth
Alan Hutchins (left) and Eric Booth
ALAN HUTCHINS (left), Managing Director of Totectors, Ltd., the UK's largest manufacturer of safety footwear, and Eric Booth, Managing Director of Robert Marriott, the Rushden-based building contractors, signing a contract for the first phase of a £½ million expansion programme for the construction of a new warehouse extension and loading bays to Totectors' existing warehouse and main office block in Duck Street, Rushden

The initial building contract, which is in the region of £250,000, will provide, in addition to the extension, a warehouse conveyor system for dispatch, loading bays, and associated external works, as well as an internal lift, sprinklers, electrics and heating.

Totectors, who are members of the GKN group of companies, regard quality and service as the two most important aspects of their business, and this contract represents the first step in extensive expansion plans.

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