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Declan joins the team at Ellesmere Port

hexagon bolts
Our latest starter, Declan, has joined as our new apprentice from mid May.  Declan is working with Katie, on the sales team, learning “the ropes” and speaking with our trade customers.  Whilst its a fairly steep learning curve, he is confident and keen to learn the trade…we had a fascinating trip around the stores, understanding […]
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Now Selling On Ebay

trade fasteners
Having used eBay for a couple of years, we are now selling specific fasteners in useable sizes and box quantities on eBay.  We can also supply similar sizes and quantities directly through our trade counter in Ellesmere Port.  Give us a call for details on 0151 355 8045 or
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Welcome to the “Brass Room”

Welcome to our Brass room, which has built up over the last 40 years or so. We have a veritable “Alladins cave” of fasteners, simply too numerous to list, with small to large  different heads, nuts, bolts and washers of different sizes and types. The boxes have accumulated over the years as customers have come […]
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Apprentice Opportunity

Due to our continuing growth, we are looking for a apprentice to join our team here at Leyton Fasteners.  The role includes sales support, general office work and learning our product range. If you are aware of anyone who would be interested in this role, please ask them to call our MD, Nigel on 0151 […]
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Obscure and obsolete fasteners

hexagon bolts
We are getting a number of enquiries regarding obscure and obsolete fasteners, particularly Whitworth – BSW, BSF, UNC & UNF.  Seems many of our competitors have got out of the habit of sourcing these unusual nuts and bolts.  Given our strong links with Classic Car and Bike restorers we have excellent links with suppliers to find […]
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Threads and their origins

Did you ever start to do some mechanical work on your classic car only to discover that none of your spanners fit correctly? We recently had a customer complaining that he couldn’t find a spanner to fit particular bolts on his car, only for us to point out that this was Whitworth rather than imperial […]
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