News: Moving on up

Moving on up

Kit Allen 7th of January 2017

After four glorious, albeit slightly cramped, years in Bridge House, we’ve closed the doors for the last time and moved on up. Literally.

We’ve moved office. Not far in terms of location, but several steps up the ladder. Taking over the old Clydesdale Bank headquarters in the centre of Annan, we’ve now got a whole heap more space to play in – not just an office, but two offices, a workshop and a boardroom. Oh, boy!

We’ve been working on our new home since September 2016 – four months of chasing up leases, decorating, carpeting, installing cables (almost half a mile of), and refurnishing. But my goodness, has it been worth it.

The practicalities: If you’ve visited us before, it’s not hard to find us. Just head down the High Street and we’re on the left just after the traffic lights – entry is via Lady Street, where there’s a sign next to the black blue door.

We hope you’ll see you, dear reader, in our new place soon. More news coming soon too…

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