1930's - MR GRANTHAM RETIRES AT ALMOST 80!
The firm remained the leading sign company in the area until the mid 1930’s but between then and the outbreak of WWII, gradually reduced in size down to the one working proprieter, Mr Grantham, who continued to signwrite until after the war had ended.
At the age of almost eighty, Mr Grantham negotiated for the company to
pass into the hands of Walter Hudders. At this point, in many respects, things were much same as the year the business was founded. At this same time Tom Hudders joined his father Walter at Granthams and the company moved into the area of plastics and electronics, involving them
in all aspects of sign manufacturing. Granthams rapidly established itself, once again, as the leading sign company in the Fylde coast area.