Castle Embroidering was founded in the early 1940's. John Flint joined in 1990 as Managing Director and the company quickly became the largest commission embroiderer's in the country with 25 multi-head embroidery machines. About 70% of Castle's production went to Marks and Spencer.

With the high street giants moving to off shore manufacturing Castle downsized in July 2001 with John Flint becoming the sole owner.

Today the same high street standards adopted working with the likes of Marks and Spencer are assured from design through to production and quality control.

Castle now concentrates its sales and marketing mainly towards the promotional and corporate-wear sectors, but we will happily discuss your needs and embroider anything that can be embroidered.