Dreams come true for bed company after expansion to Wolferton
- Credit: Ian Burt
There's no time to rest for a Norfolk-based bed company which has expanded its business to Wolferton.
The Wrought Iron and Brass Bed Company has launched its new powder coating facility on Marsh Farm.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham and Sandringham land agent Marcus O'Lone on Friday, February 3.
The family-run business hand-makes all of its bespoke products with metal sourced from within the UK.
Marketing director Harry Thompson said: 'This is a big milestone for us.
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'We ensure quality and source within the UK so Brexit doesn't affect us.'
Sir Henry said: 'I'm a big supporter of small businesses which are the lifeblood of rural economy.
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'This business has strong emphasis on quality.
'It has been going from strength to strength and I'm proud to be a part of this milestone.'