Bespoke picture framing company has moved into new premises on the Drum Industrial Estate.
Framing Unlimited, which has taken a three-year lease at Unit 1A Drum Industrial Estate, has grown since the proprietor, David Worsfold, bought the business in 2014.
The new workshop, located just two doors from the original unit, is open to the public, offers free on-site parking, and is more suitable for the company’s future plans.
David said: “I’m delighted to have secured the new workshop, which is perfect for providing the professional service for my customer’s picture framing needs.
“I frame just about anything, from military and sporting memorabilia, paintings, certificates and photos and the new workshop provides excellent facilities to create and showcase my work. It’s now my mission to dress the workshop walls with fantastic art!”
David is also supporting local charity, Destiny Streetworx, in their mission to offer practical support for the homeless. The Framing Unlimited workshop has been listed as an official drop off point for food and clothing.