Gorebrook Works, Pink Bank Lane

Once home to William Ayrton engineering factory specialists in textile winder equipment.  Graham Todd who lived on Shelagh Street as a child, says, "I know it was a munition factory during the war because my mum worked there when she was conscripted for war work in the early 1940's"

As you can see from the image above, taken in April of 2014, the building was then occupied by Papyrus a company that claims that it can, "... solve your marketing problems".  They say on their website that, "... A successful business stands out from the crowd by doing things differently: by being bolder and more imaginative than the competition, continually raising barriers, striving for uniqueness and always aiming for the exceptional. The Papyrus approach to corporate marketing is no different. Our uniqueness lies in a combination of commercial intelligence and creative flair. The ability to provide every aspect of marketing and advertising, from graphic design to photography, packaging to presentations, reproduction to printing, strategic guidance to practical logistics marks Papyrus out as a leader, not a follower."