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Old Mill moves to bigger and better quarters

by Michelle Abrego on Dec 06, 2012 at 10:07

Old Mill moves to bigger and better quarters

Somerset-based Old Mill has moved its Yeovil-based financial planners to a new office because its staff numbers have doubled to 85 over the past 14 years.

Old Mill has moved into Maltravers House, a newly refurbished town centre property.

Stuart Grimster (pictured), head of the Yeovil office, said he was looking forward to the positive impact a modern working environment could have on the staff.

‘The new Yeovil office will be such a massive step forward in terms of providing a place for our people to work creatively, efficiently and flexibly,’ he said.

‘The buzz the move has created among our staff is amazing, and it is clear people are genuinely excited at the thought of our bright, airy and colourful new offices being their new place of work.’

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