Ridgeons is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Royston branch.

First anniversary for Ridgeons’ Royston branch

Published:  13 August, 2013

Ridgeons’ Royston branch held a celebratory customer event last week to mark its first anniversary. The branch, which opened its doors for trading last August, hosted the trade day on Thursday 15 August from 2pm until 6pm.

A number of leading suppliers including BEDEC, Marshalls, Keystone, Keylite, Stonemarket, Dickies and CT1 provided visitors with the opportunity to take part in hands-on demonstrations. There were also be opportunities for customers to find out more about becoming a Green Deal Installer.

Prior to the event, Simon Boulby, Ridgeons trading manager at the Royston Branch, said: “This year has flown by, and we felt that by holding a special event to mark the occasion we can say ‘thank you’ to all our supportive customers. We’d like to encourage as many customers as possible to visit, and take part in our penalty shoot-out, our raffle and indulge in some traditional wood-fired pizza, while taking advantage of some of our great anniversary offers.”

Ridgeons re-enforced its commitment to growth within the Eastern region last year, with the opening of four new sites located in Royston, St Neots, St Ives and Bedford. The Royston branch of Ridgeons can be found at 19 York Way, Royston Hertfordshire SG8 5HJ.

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