Alacrify Ltd

We're on the Move!

Published on: 16th August 2012
By Alacrify



We're on the Move!

Alacrify is going to be moving offices at the end of August 2012. We're relocating from our home for the past five years in Maiden Newton and taking up residence in Dorchester. 

Little Keep Gate - Alacrify's new officeOur new offices will be the ground floor of Little Keep Gate, Bridport Road at the top of town in Dorchester. The new space will give us much more space to grow and easier access for our clients to visit.

We will be sending out the change of address notifications once everything is in place... and will post up some interior photos once everything is moved in and tidy!

 

New Website For Osmington Village Hall

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