MP opens plumbing and heating firm’s business centre

 

Dyno franchise Dyno Plumbing and Heating North East has officially launched its impressive new business centre.

Over 50 people including Local MP Phil Wilson attended the opening of the facility, which has benefited from over £500,000 of investment.

Dyno franchise owner Cliff Barry acquired the building last year and developed it over a number of months.

The area required an uplift and the new centre does just that, breathing a new lease of life to the area and promises to bring new employment opportunities to the local community.

The opening saw a broad range of supporters with an orange ribbon cutting to open the centre, which was officiated by Andrew Burling, Managing Director of Dyno, David Alexander, Field Director and special guest, Local MP Phil Wilson.

Phil Wilson MP said: “I am very pleased to welcome Cliff Barry and his company Dyno Plumbing and Heating to the local area. It is great to see such a modern and progressive business relocate to Trimdon Grange Industrial Estate.

“I was delighted to be at the launch and I am really pleased that Dyno chose to relocate to our constituency. I wish everyone associated with the company and its workforce every success.”

The franchise has been under Cliff Barry’s management for just over three years and since taking over he has vowed to do more than just run a successful business.

Cliff is a strong believer in giving back to the community and this hasn’t gone unnoticed. Phil Wilson MP added: “Cliff has shown his commitment to the area by investing in a new modern business unit, sponsoring the Trimfest community and music event, making donations to the Trimdon Colliery Banner Group and local junior football teams.”

Cliff said: “The last few months have been very important to us here at Dyno. We wanted to ensure we bring something valuable to the area and for our staff. This is a long-term commitment and we are very proud of the history of the site, and wanted to create something that celebrated its mining history. The official opening marked an extremely important day for our company and we are very excited about the future developments and the benefits we can bring to the local community and economy.” The local community has welcomed Dyno with open arms.

 

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