GALLERY: Grovemere Property discover that “it’s a very good English custom, Though the weather be cold or hot, When you need a little pick-up, you’ll find a little tea cup Will always hit the spot

14:11 28 July 2014

Grovemere

Grovemere's 25th anniversary 'strawberry and cream tea' celebrations

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Everything didn’t quite stop for tea but dozens did leave their offices for a while to join the celebrations for a business park celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Grovemere Property was keen to celebrate the achievements of the Lancaster Way over the past quarter of a century – and invited their tenants, friends and business community to join them.

On a perfect summer’s day the company hosted visitors from the park and were delighted, too, when their guests contributed a magnificent £1,126.51 to charity.

Caron Clutterham of Grovemere said: “We are thrilled that through donations for tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes that we managed to raise this figure in aid of Breast Cancer Care -our chosen charity,”

Grovemere staff was able to chat to guests – against a backdrop of live music- as they also outlined their ambitious thoughts for the next 25 years.

Grovemere's 25th anniversary 'strawberry and cream tea' celebrations Grovemere's 25th anniversary 'strawberry and cream tea' celebrations

Grovemere began life 90 years ago as agricultural merchants, a family owned business, which has evolved into providing modern business parks.

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