The new MOLLY MAID HOUSE, which is located in Maidenhead, was officially opened last week.
The opening was attended by local dignitaries and the guest of honour was Sir Bernard Ingham, who formerly worked as Margaret Thatcher’s Chief Press Secretary and who is now President of the British Franchise Association (bfa).
Following its acquisition last year of one of Maidenhead’s most historic and iconic Grade II listed buildings, MOLLY MAID has carried out extensive interior refurbishment to expand the existing building from 2,734sq ft to 4,527sq ft. MOLLY MAID HOUSE now accommodates 12 office staff, a range of office and training facilities, private accommodation as well as off-street parking.
Pam Bader OBE, Chief Executive of MOLLY MAID, said: “We are thrilled with our new home and are enjoying state-of-the-art facilities with the added benefit of enjoying Grade II listed period features. Although MOLLY MAID operates in more than 72 areas in the UK, its Support Office has always been located in the surrounding areas for more than 25 years thanks to the excellent communication network. As a local business employing local staff we are delighted to be working in a new environment reflecting our continued success in the face of tough economic circumstances.”
Published: 23 February 2011
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