Business in Doddington is already looking stronger for 2015 than it has been the last few years with no fewer than three new business ventures opening up its doors to the public!
The Re-opening of The Three Tuns.
Rob and his team have done an incredible job of stripping out the former dated interior and replacing it with a modern, clean and fresh new look and with plans for food and to re-open the beer garden later in the year it would appear that there is more to come from our newest landlords in town! Check out the Facebook page for regular updates , offers and events.
Reflection Beauty by Charlotte
As one door closes, another opens! It only seemed moments from the closure of Acorn Video was there another new resident moving in. We are now proud to announce that Doddington now boasts it’s own beauty salon! We wish Charlotte and her team all the very best and hope to see them quickly becoming a staple part of business in the village for years to come. For more details on what’s on offer please visit their facebook page.
Polly Pippins Childcare
There seems to be a huge demand for childcare in the village, which is why it’s no surprise to see that a new childcare centre is upon us.
Based in the huge 25 room property ‘The Hermitage’ property on Benwick Road children can enjoy a ‘home from home’ experience, initially only exclusive to six children but there are big plans to extend this to a fully registered nursery that caters for evening and weekends too.
If you are interested in enrolling your child or to find out more detail please contact the team at Polly Pippins on 01354 742445.
In additional to our new residents existing business in and around the village are also enjoying a surge too!
The new holiday lodges at the award winning Fields End Water campsite and fishery on Benwick Road will open up opportunity for a whole new holiday clientelle to the village.
There is some extensive development work going into a new building at the Delftland Nurseries, also on Benwick road.
The Doddington Court care team are making leaps and bounds in local media after picking up a prestigious award for it’s service, which is incredible given the short length of time it’s been open.
Business at Askham House seems stronger than ever and they’ve been actively recruiting to increase the staff size over the last few months, which is always a good sign for job opportunities in the village.
All in all it’s looking like 2015 could be a good year for business, and hopefully employment in the village!