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Charity Cheque Awarded


Charity Cheque Awarded

Heritage Glass Group held its annual Christmas soiree, which saw over 60 friends, customers and associates enjoy a celebration in aid of Hope House.

£300 was raised on the night from the efforts of SE Computers a resident of Heritage House who took up the Bake Off and provided lovely cakes enjoyed by all.

Pictured from left Jason Richards General Sales Manager, Sarah Johnson from Hope House and Colin Young Company Surveyor.

Heritage Glass can be contacted on 01743 249243 for all your home improvement requirements.

Employee of the year.


Heritage Glass Group has enjoyed a very successful year which is down to its dedicated staff and strong management support.  For the first time we have brought in an Employee of the Year status and the individual concerned is Alan Twyford who has been with the company for ten years and this year has carried out major contracts for the company in York, Leeds, Evesham, working away using his own initiative dealing with complicated architecturally designed products. 


Alan has worked tirelessly to improve his product knowledge and has been a model employee. 


Heritage has undergone this year a major transformation in its product offering, brand image and management structure and Tony Randall Director commented “this proves with the right employees a company can grow but more importantly stand by its core beliefs to deliver quality products installed to a high standard”. 


Pictured left to right Alan Twyford Senior Technician and Paul Hotchkiss Operations Director receiving a pewter engraved tankard. 

Heritage Glass social evening raises money for Hope House

HERITAGE GLASS GROUP, DRINKS RECEPTION SOCIAL EVENING, SHREWSBURY, Julie Fullwood, James Fullwood, Debbie Randall, Tony Randall, Bev George.
HERITAGE GLASS GROUP, DRINKS RECEPTION SOCIAL EVENING, SHREWSBURY, Julie Fullwood, James Fullwood, Debbie Randall, Tony Randall, Bev George.

A ‘cup cakes’ raffle, where prizes were won by picking a cake with a jam centre, together with an auction for a specially baked cake, raised over £300 during the evening for Hope House Children’s Hospice.

A 12-month project and major investment has seen the finalisation of the outright purchase of the company’s premises followed by a complete £75k makeover of the showrooms as part of overall company expansion, including new staff and enhanced fleet of vehicles.

A suite of offices with a dedicated boardroom and self-contained kitchen areas has been created in the building adjacent to the showrooms which is now let to three independent companies.

Heritage director Tony Randall, said: “At this time of year it is good to get people together and for us to celebrate yet another outstandingly successful year in business by thanking the people we work with.

“Independent tenants of our offices have joined in with great support and enthusiasm and helped us raise money for this wonderful local charity which is literally the icing on the cake.”

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