C. H. WOOD
C. H. Wood Records was a DIY label. C. H. Wood was a Bradford-based photography firm set up by Charles Harold Wood in the early 1920s. In its later years it specialized in supplying photographs and short films for industrial, commercial and advertising purposes. It made at least one record, 'Assen', by The Cresters (CHW/RH-101; 1978), which featured a song from a film made for Castrol on one side and an instrumental version on the other. It was intended for use as a promotional tool by Castrol, not as a commercial product. The Cresters also appeared in another of C. H. Wood's films, a documentary entitled 'Bradford Re-Born'. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.