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In the spring of 1917, the question of training soldiers disabled in the First World War arose. I worked at Dentsply for 23 years, from 1957 untill 1970, as a mould cutter and later as a member of staff on the moulding floors.
Growing up on Milner and Kimberley roads, I was always fascinated by the Tyreco and Dentsply buildings . Another visitor to the Bernard Oppenheimer Diamond Works, on 1st February 1921, was the Prince of Wales.
I was in the first Apprentice School in January 1953 and stayed there for 18 months but it was in Portland Road.
I remember being put on the bench when I joined in 1956 and given a 6" file and hacksaw(which I've still got), both being deducted from my first weeks wages.
I worked here as a apprentice electrician in the late 60s on the top floor west side testing huge long cabinets of wiring circuits and relays that were built by a team of very skilled ladies who could read complicated wiring diagrams. I was born in Coombe Road in the 1930s and the Diamond Works was in the factory just up from the Lewes Road on the left hand side.
Viv, you may well be correct about the Coombe Road building (shown in the photo) being used by Allen West in the 1930s.
This article indicates that CVA occupied the Coombe Road North Side building but I am not qualified to comment on such later history.
However, the cutting I have seen from the Gazette does not refer to the opening, but the relevant issue needs to be read in full. Hi Douglas, CVA occupied the building on the south side, and the photo show is looking south east. If you're already a registered user of this site, please login using the form on the left-hand side of this page.
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Kanye West : une fresque a son effigie et des ventes records : "je represente les reveurs" ! As a result of a successful pilot scheme, work started in 1918 to build a special factory in Coombe Road Brighton. They are very beautiful buildings and stand sentinel over anyone walking into the area up Coombe Road.
The Prince of Wales, eldest son of George V, firstly unveiled the Chattri on the Downs behind Brighton.
I then spent at least 6 weeks filing, filing and more filing making one piece of metal fit into another. It was, however, originally opened 1918 as the Bernard Oppenheimer Diamond Works, and was acquired (perhaps from Alan West) by CVA in 1945 and used by them up until 1973. At the time they were producing lathe chucks, Cav  pump bodys, cleaners, and electric drills. I can, however, confirm from my careful perusal of the Brighton Gazette, that that building was officially opened to accommodate some 300 disabled ex-soldiers on 17 May 1918.
They're often based in the grounds of some fabulous stately homes with beautiful gardens for you to browse for inspiration and there are always delicious homemade refreshments available! The factory was known as the Bernard Oppenheimer Diamond Works, and was the backbone of a large undertaking, where the war disabled were trained to polish diamonds. CVA used the factory for a number of its departments, and was home to many projects, fractional horsepower motors, drill chucks, lathe chucks and surprisingly domestic appliances. Kearney & Trecker were innovators of computer controlled machines, many of which had been involved in the US space programme.
For many years the old diamond works was almost derelict, at one point it was used to store car tyres imported from abroad. I think the architecture of this building, as well as that of the old Dentsply opposite, are both beautiful in their own right. This is the WWI memorial to the Hindu and Sikh soldiers who died in Brighton where they were receiving treatment for injuries received during the fighting.

Having to instill knowledge and discipline to a bunch of 17 and 18 year olds sounds like it may be a tough ask, especially when dangerous machinery was involved. I worked a Capston Machine, and I also worked in the Assembly room until after the war, when the men came back.
The domestic appliance venture came about due to the forethought of Eric Aron, who had been the Managing Director of CVA since 1933. Hi-tec machines required highly trained engineers, CVA had for many years had a good apprenticeship scheme, under Kearney & Trecker the apprentice training school was to have its headquarters in the old diamond works. More recently, after a complete renovation, the old diamond works is home to The Big Yellow Self Storage Company.
The Royal Pavilion was used as a hospital, but cremation of those who died was held high up on the Downs. It was an excellent grounding and the benefits I got from there stood me in good stead all my working life.
With Gil Percy and Tom Muggeridge running the training school, the apprentices had a wealth of engineering and life experience guiding them. The men there didn't like us women working there because it was an all male work force.
It's a long story, but I just wondered if it was any relation to the Standens who lived in St Helens Road Brighton? In the early days among the names of important visitors were General Smuts, Lord Haig, John Galsworthy and Mr Horatio Bottomely. Following the Second World War, Eric Aron felt that there would be a war surplus of machine tools, that would flood the market, and he looked to diversify into other markets. On the north side of Coombe Road, Bernard Oppenheimer's diamond cutting company National Diamond Factories (Bernard Oppenheimer) Ltd built a large works in 1917. The south side works were referred to in The South African Mining & Engineering Journal, Johannesburg, Vol. If you've spotted a few plants on here that take your fancy, we are more than happy to take orders for shows so that you can avoid expensive postal charges and the hassle of waiting in for a delivery. Of particular interest was the well equipped clinic, specially set up to deal with the employees, many of whom had lost limbs and needed specialist treatment.
Because the likes of Hoover and other domestic appliance manufactures had been engaged in war work, their production lines had been dismantled. These instructors had between them well over 100 years of engineering experience to pass on to the young lads! Following the visit to the Chattri, the Prince of Wales went on to visit the Bernard Oppenheimer Diamond Works for disabled men. The ceilings were not too high and the upper floors were full of natural light plus we were close to the fish and chip shop, the café, the newsagent and the pub. He felt that if he could get into this market quickly, he could obtain a significant portion. I was there when the factory closed in 1973; all the departments were moved to Hollingbury to what seemed a cavernous place with several hundred people working there, it was a big change from the 60 or so workers and the local community at Coombe Road. Bernard Oppenheimer's works at Brighton are eagerly sought after, and are disposed of as soon as finished. Two main products were manufactured at the Coombe Road factory, the CVA Columbine vacuum cleaner and the CVA electric iron. Tools were the next occupants from 1945, but the factory closed in 1973 after a company takeover. As part of the festivities throughout the town we'll be holding a Garden Festival and Country Fair.
The Company did have some success with these products in the post war period, however they were based on pre war designs. Shops and cafes will be open along with Lantern - Making workshops, Dorset Button making, Entry to the Trinity Tower with stunning 360 views of the county, Poetry competition and childrens activities at the library. As soon as the likes of Hoover got back into production, with new designs and new materials, CVA found it difficult to sell their products and production ceased. Immediately opposite, on the south side of Coombe Road, another diamond factory was built in 1918.
Later, until it closed in 1991, it became the European base of Dentsply, a false teeth manufacturer.

Free entry.February 27th, Saturday (9am - 12pm)Shaftesbury Plant and Seed FairShaftesbury Town Hall, High St, Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Beautiful gardens and lots of plant stalls. A great way to herald in the start of the season. Beautiful historic town with abbey, castle and Saturday street market to keep you busy for the rest of the day! Explore 14 acres of beautiful gardens, complete with ruins, moat, a maze of bridges and footpaths to keep children busy for hours and the perfect spot for a picnic in good weather.
16 of the South West's finest independent nurseries alongside Margery Fish's Grade 1 listed garden (recently featured on BBC2's Great British Garden Revival as one of the premier examples of the English cottage garden style).
A stunning Jacobean manor with beautiful formal gardens (voted in the top 50 UK gardens) including ancient topiary, lake and orangery. The house will be open for the first time in 2016 (an additional admission cost will be charged) Over 30 specialist stands, including giftware, specialist ironmongery and of course lots and lots of plants!
Extensive gardens, partly designed by Gertrude Jekyll, lake, kitchen garden, woodland, rose garden and long herbaceous borders.
Children under 16, free.April 24th, Sunday (11am -5pm)Spring Plant Sale and Yeopen Day, Yeo Valley Organic GardenYeo Valley Organic Garden, Blagdon, Bristol. Plant fair and Tea Rooms all in the beautiful setting of their inspirational Organic Garden. Beautiful National Trust manor, set in the tranquil Wiltshire countryside amongst 7 acres of beautiful gardens. Traditional stalls, games, refreshments, maypole dancing, bands, morris dancing and other entertainment.
Make a day of it, browse the specialist plant stalls, talk to the gardening experts, check out the Holburne's latest exhibition and grab coffee in the Garden Cafe before wandering over Pulteney Bridge and into the heart of the city for lunch and some sightseeing. Local specialist nurseries and members plants for sale in attractive rural setting close to the west coast. Over 31 specialist growers in 2 acres of extensive gardens, including an Italian sunken garden, shade garden and kitchen garden.
Dozens of specialist nurseries from throughout the region, live music, fantastic food and drink and a some of Britain's most distinguished and celebrated garden experts will all be on hand to make this garden party a fantastic event. A stunning 4 acre garden designer's garden, divided by the creative use of hedges to create different 'themed' areas, including avenues, ponds and terraces.Homemade refreshments available. Each one has a completely unique identity and there is sure to be something to inspire even the most experienced gardener. Specialist nurseries from throughout the South West and the opportunity to take tours of the manor itself. Admission ?6 Adults.June 20th -24th, Saturday - Wednesday (10am - 6pm)The Bishop's Palace Garden Festival, Wells, SomersetThe festival will be opened on the Saturday by Alan Titchmarsh MBE, who celebrates 50yrs of working in horticulture this year and who will be on hand to answer all your gardening queries. Sunday is Family day with games, trails, storytellers, woodland crafts and a bouncy castle. The rest of the festival sees us welcoming  some of the top names in UK gardening, including: Bob Flowerdew (Godfather of Organic Gardening), Christine Walkden (The One Show), Troy Scott-Smith (Head Gardener at Sissinghurst), Charles Dowding (No-dig Pioneeer), Stephen Lacey (The Telegraph horticultural correspondent). Countless specialist nurseries, vintage refreshments, music and entertainment and some fascinating talks from the experts. Admission ?9.00 Adults, Children -Free.July 4th, Saturday Blackmore Vale Revival, Henstridge Airfield, SomersetThink 'Goodwood Revival' for this fantastic family day out! The choice of Independence day as the date for this event will be reflected in the American theme to the day's festivities. A beautiful collection of medieval buildings behind a Georgian facade, including a chapel built on the site of an ancient stone circle. Extensive formal gardens, including stunning 17th Century Italianate pleasure gardens with formal ponds and clipped box hedges. The stunning grounds include a sunken garden, kitchen garden, physic garden, maze, rose gardens and the white garden, all with the gorgeous backdrop of this former palace.

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