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Insurance firm relocates to bigger Gloucester office

Gloucester-based Brunsdon Insurance Brokers has moved to new offices at Arlingham House at Green Farm Business Park in Quedgeley, adjacent to the DSA Driver Test Centre.

Specialising in corporate business insurance, risk management, SME business solutions and private client services, Brunsdon is a fully independent and privately-owned insurance brokerage.

After five years at Goodridge House in Quedgeley, the business said it had outgrown its old offices and needed something bigger and better to continue with the ongoing growth moving into 2021.

Managing director Neville Mills said: "We leave our old offices with great fondness after enjoying years of great memories and success, working with our fantastic clients."

"Having moved into new premises, we had the opportunity to freshen things up with our new logo and branding, to make it feel like home. Our new office gives us much new and improved facilities to benefit our clients, as well as giving the team a fresh, innovative working space.

"The new space features private meeting rooms, stand up/sit down desks, swanky meeting areas and a relaxing staff break out area, including a pool table.

"We hope our clients can visit us as soon as it's safe to do so in 2021. Coffee and biscuits on us - stay safe."

For more information, please visit https://brunsdoninsurancebrokers.co.uk  or call 01452 623900.

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