Facebook - Shropshire Business Twitter - Shropshire Business LinkedIn - Shropshire Business
http://www.aaronandpartners.com http://www.lycetts.co.uk

Wellington welcomes another new business

Dozens of visitors, representing businesses in and around Wellington, attended a drinks reception and the official opening of the new Q Financial Services Ltd offices on Haygate Road.

Mitch Gough, one of six company directors, said he was thrilled that so many had taken the time to familiarise themselves with the refurbished former QA Kitchen and Bathroom site.

It is the latest in a series of new business investments in Wellington in recent months., and Sally Themans from Love Wellington enthused about the direction the town is taking,

Sally, who has previous experience in promoting Bridgnorth – the town won the Great British High Street – was asked by Wellington and Telford & Wrekin Council to turn her attention to the traditional market town.

“We have a collective responsibility to talk the town up and play a role in improving its fortunes.”

Wellington has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Rising Star category of this year’s Great British High Street, with the winner announced in the coming weeks.

Mitch said: “When it was first mentioned about supporting Love Wellington, reaching out into the wider community, it really was a no-brainer. It’s been a pleasure to host Sally and help to promote the campaign.”

Q Financial Services Ltd, which provides pensions, wealth, mortgages and commercial finance, has moved to the town from Central Park on the outskirts of Telford Town Centre.

The official opening of the site was also attended by the mayor of Wellington, councillor Anthony Lowe. “Inward investment is what we need, so thank you Mitch for coming to Wellington,” said the mayor. “Further grants are available to businesses looking to move into vacant units around the town.”

Caption: Councillor Anthony Lowe, mayor of Wellington, pictured with Mitch Gough, a director of Q Financial Services Ltd, and Sally Themas of Love Wellington at the official opening

http://www.telfordcollege.ac.uk/employers

Judges on their way to Wellington

Regeneration efforts lead to town making shorlist for national title

27th August 2019

Winning is becoming a habit

Financial planners pick up yet another top industry award

5th November 2018

Seating manufacturer kits out new cinema

Regeneration project in Wellington installs over 60 seats

5th July 2019

Retail expert joins national judging panel

Sally will help to decide High Street winners

6th August 2019

Masterclasses to help businesses succeed

Coaching and support available at sessions starting next month

4th January 2017

Judges at decision making stage

Judgement process for Businesses for Children Awards nearing completion

7th December 2017

Telford high streets' example to others

TV crews descend for Pride in Your High Street project

8th December 2016

Shropshire's high streets - flying high or falling flat?

Bags of hope in challenging times, says expert

16th March 2017

The rise and rise of millionaire Mo

The remarkable journey of one of Britain's best known entrepreneurs

16th January 2018

Alert over shed raids

Security review is vital

6th July 2018

Golfer explores new horizons

Q Financial welcomes golf pro David

10th May 2017

New potential venue for Wellington cinema

Former HSBC building under consideration

17th October 2016

Bank manager joins property firm

Berrys branches into financial with appointment

6th September 2017

Dave kicks off new venture

Financial services new field for football star

11th February 2017

Advisers hit jackpot

Matrix contract renewed for three more years

7th March 2018