Moving day (or week/month/year!)

SO…. Team Treffry have moved. Goodbye view of St Michaels, goodbye lovely wooden floor, Goodbye Justin Duance jewellery neighbours, Goodbye terribly steep steps, Goodbye pungent aroma of fish, goodbye freezing cold temperatures.

Packing up and shipping out!

It was with a heady mixture of joy and sorrow that Poppy and the team, and some keen helpers (such as Mummy Treffry), finally carted the accumulations of 6 years of making tea cosies and the likes down those terribly steep steps which many of you will have seen in previous posts and off to pastures new, or Trereife Business park as it’s otherwise known!

First job: Building the cutting table

And the stock shelves go up.

Web designer extraordinaire Neil and daughter Tilly visit

All in all, apart from the oversight of not having a kettle at the new digs on Wednesday, the move went pretty well – although the unpacking and erecting and general debris sorting may continue for a while! We even welcomed our first visitors, our web designer Neil and his daughter, on Thursday afternoon.

We built a small box to keep Poppy in!

Biba turns up for work in the new office

Faye hangs some fairies to watch over proceedings!

Sara summarises the joy of being nearly finished, or trips over - you decide!

So that’s it, we’re in – let proceedings commence – just as soon as BT manage to get someone out to sort our phoneline and internet connection!

What do you think? x

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pen
    May 06, 2011 @ 15:39:28

    Its horrible saying goodbye, but great to say hello to new pastures, be happy and good luck x

    Reply

  2. Stephen
    May 11, 2011 @ 15:28:45

    Looks like the move means more space! More space to sew, more space to play! :)

    Reply

  3. RosMadeMe
    May 12, 2011 @ 20:10:02

    Good luck and much happiness/business in your new home!

    Reply

  4. Carli
    May 19, 2011 @ 11:43:26

    It must be gorgeous being out in Trereife Park, what a beautiful spot, well done. Bit of a shame though cause the very faint odour of fish on your fishing boat pieces really added to the authenticity! By the way will you be bringing out any ceramics with your boat designs on cause they are my favourite!

    Reply

    • poppytreffry
      May 19, 2011 @ 13:44:38

      Funny you should ask that – just waiting on some lovely new photo’s before we introduce you to our lovely new natuical ceramics – eggcups, teapot and mug, phew!

      Reply

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