Fencing firm throws doors open to public
ST NEOTS Mayor Cllr Gordon Thorpe cut the cake to mark the opening of St Neots Fencing s new premises in Little End Road, Eaton Socon. Michelle Wootton, who founded the business less than three years ago with her husband Mark, said the new warehouse will
ST NEOTS Mayor Cllr Gordon Thorpe cut the cake to mark the opening of St Neots Fencing's new premises in Little End Road, Eaton Socon.
Michelle Wootton, who founded the business less than three years ago with her husband Mark, said the new warehouse will allow the business to offer an improved range of products and services to customers.
"We can offer more to our clients, as people will be able to drop in and meet us face-to-face. We can sell to customers direct, as well as providing fencing services as we have always done," she said.
St Neots Fencing had previously operated from the family home, but Mrs Wootton has already noticed the difference the new premises have made.
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"It's something we have always wanted to do, and it's really nice to be able to show people the products we sell. We're delighted with the number of people who have already come in, and we've already seen an improvement in custom as our name becomes more well-known.
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