Redruth Office Renovations
We have recently completed works in our Redruth client area to brighten the space up and bring it in line with our new modern branding. All of the work has been designed and completed in-house by our Brand & Marketing team.
Jacob Archer leading the project had this to say about the transformation:
"Our Redruth client area has benefited greatly from the changes and so far I have been inundated with positive comments from staff and clients on how bright and clean the space looks."
The pandemic caused some big changes to the layout of our office and we finally felt it appropriate to remove the majority of these measures, so what better time to revamp the space. In recent years we have seen many changes to the office from the new windows and doors to new signage and marketing materials, all bringing the brand and image together as one, and this is along with our new website are the final touches to consolidate the branding and better represent who we are in today's modern society.
We have incorporated some new photos of the Local area to better help represent our place in the Cornish legal landscape & you will begin to see these photos throughout our new website and marketing materials.
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Telephone 01209 213 646 I Fax 01209 210 069
Open in Redruth Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.15 pm
Telephone 01872 306 287 (Mon-Fri 9.00 am - 5.15 pm)
Open inside Atkins Ferrie Wealth Management Wednesdays 9.00 am - 1.00 pm & all other times by appointment
Telephone 01736 230 055 (Mon-Fri 9.00 am - 5.15 pm)
Open to visitors Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
9 am - 5 pm & all other times by appointment
This colourful photo of the harbour which is just a 10 minute walk from our Hayle office was originally known as Hayle Port (Heyl Porth) and is part of Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape's World Heritage site.
Perhaps one of Cornwall’s most recognisable Wheal houses, National Trust St Agnes Head, located on the St Agnes Beacon is just a short drive from the Churchtown Square and our St Agnes office.
Redruth Mining Statute & Carn Brea monument -
Proudly looking over Redruth high-street the Mining Man statue, first erected in 2008, is just a few minutes walk from our Head office off the bottom of Redruth high-street. The iconic Carn Brea monument represents our far reach into the surrounding local area. A old Cornish tale also links the Carn to St Agnes Beacon: The old Gaint Bolster who used to terrorise the St Agnes Village would stand with one foot atop the beacon and his other on Carn Brea, 7 miles apart! Some even say the strange formations in the rocks on top of Carn brea are from his hands.