At Lynton, we are committed to using our knowledge and skills in laser technology, through HIVE, to help conservators worldwide preserve cultural heritage treasures for the benefit of today’s and future generations. We also believe in giving back to our communities through a number of charitable initiatives.
With over 25 years of experience, Lynton has established itself as a world-leading supplier of laser cleaning systems for conservation. Our laser cleaning systems have a global reach and impact, enabling conservators to remove dirt, pollution crusts and other unwanted surface layers from fragile and valuable surfaces safely and effectively, preserving fine detail and patina, restoring the beauty of the artwork or monument.
Lynton’s laser cleaning systems have earned the trust and recognition of prestigious institutions and organisations worldwide. Our customers include renowned establishments such as the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Harvard University Art Museums and the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. We are proud to contribute to the preservation efforts of these esteemed institutions and support their highly skilled and dedicated conservators.
Through our Charity Initiative, we give back to communities and causes that matter to us locally, nationally, and internationally. Our employees play a pivotal role in selecting the charitable organisations and causes we support, which empowers them to make a meaningful impact on the world by supporting causes close to their hearts. This fosters a culture of compassion, and strengthens our commitment to corporate social responsibility. Causes we have supported so far range from a local girls’ football team in Holmes Chapel to Gogo Olive, a charity in Zimbabwe that supports and empowers women through knitting, as well as skin cancer charity Skcin.
Expansion of Premises to Facilitate Entry into Export Markets
To facilitate its entry into new export markets, Lynton Lasers Ltd required increased manufacturing space, as well as new demonstration and training facilities. To this end, LEADER Funding was applied for, and won, to support the refurbishment of an adjacent business unit (Unit 9d) as well as the re-arrangement and refurbishment of the existing business unit (Unit 6) on Holmes Chapel Business Park.
This Project was part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development