Estate agents are all aboard

A leading local estate agent has announced a corporate partnership deal with Severn Valley Railway (SVR).

Ross D’Aniello of Nock Deighton said being a corporate partner meant the company would be able to help support the historic railway and become more involved with the local community: “SVR is a really important asset to the area with more than 250,000 visitors each year, which has a huge knock-on effect on trade in Kidderminster and Bridgnorth.

“We strongly identify with the SVR, having offices at both ends of the 16-mile line, and we’re delighted to forge close links with the railway. The move will be a major benefit to us as a company, our staff and our clients – and the beautiful setting is a perfect location for entertaining through the railway’s Corporate Partnership Club.”

The Charitable Trust’s director Shelagh Paterson warmly welcomed the Club’s latest recruits, saying, “Nock Deighton are a prestigious and long-established company with strong family values that mirror our own, and having them on board will be a huge asset.”


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