Mercury team pick up keys to new office

New Mercury office, Cherryholt Road, Stamford. Andrew Leech of Richardson Chartered Surveyors handing over the office keys to Mercury editor Eileen Green, pictured with Mercury editorial, advertising and payroll staff.'Photo: MSMP140513-001ow
New Mercury office, Cherryholt Road, Stamford. Andrew Leech of Richardson Chartered Surveyors handing over the office keys to Mercury editor Eileen Green, pictured with Mercury editorial, advertising and payroll staff.'Photo: MSMP140513-001ow
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The team at the Rutland and Stamford Mercury have picked up the keys to their new office and are looking to move in soon.

The new office is in Cherryholt House, Cherryholt Road at the former Bowman’s building.

The Mercury is on the first floor and software company Amtech is on the ground floor.

Editor Eileen Green said: “We have been based at our offices in Sheep Market for many years and we look forward to continuing to serve readers and advertisers from our new premises.”

Andrew Leech, partner with Richardson Chartered Surveyors, which acted as agents for the landlords of the Cherryholt Road offices, said: “We were delighted to have been able to assist the Mercury with their relocation.

“The offices should prove ideal, offering bright, spacious accommodation, with parking and close to the town 
centre.”

Cherryholt House will also house the Mercury Archive Trust and the payroll department for Johnston Press, which owns the Mercury.

We will have more details next week on how you will be able to contact the Mercury at the new offices.