Local company, Godminster is helping Bruton’s car parking crisis by providing free over-flow parking at its new sales site off Station Road in Bruton, Somerset.
Godminster, which is expanding its team by appointing two new members of staff to its sales department, has just opened new offices on the Brue site near its existing warehouse and production operation where the new free car-parking will be located.
Commenting Godminster owner, Richard Hollingbery said “We are enjoying a very positive time at Godminster, our cheeses are winning national awards and as a result we are seeing a very healthy increase in sales. It is an ideal time for us to expand our sales team and this latest office development will provide us with sufficient space to grow the business even further. As a company we are committed to providing local employment opportunities and investing in the future of Bruton, which is why I am delighted to be able to help over such a sensitive issue as car parking and have agreed with Bruton Town Council to provide a lease for free car parking at the site for the next five years”.
Godminster has been making its award-winning organic vintage cheddar, which is allowed to mature for at least 12 months before being coated in Godminster’s distinctive burgundy wax, for over 12 years.