Category Archives: Corn Exchange Crickhowell Ltd
Further to our recent announcement regarding the move of Natural Weigh from Unit 1 to the larger Unit 3 of the Corn Exchange, we now have two further announcements. With effect from 1 August 2020, The Emporium has relocated from … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Natural Weigh will shortly be moving to the newly vacated Unit 3 of the Corn Exchange. Natural Weight has been a major player in the fight against plastic pollution and, on behalf of my … Continue reading
We are very sad to announce that Darryl and Michelle Odonnell, of Odonnell Bakehouse, have decided to leave the Corn Exchange. Over a number of months, we have worked very closely with them to try to help them negotiate these … Continue reading
The following communication was sent to shareholders on 25th March 2020. Dear Shareholder The restrictions imposed in order to combat the spread of the coronavirus are having far-reaching effects on all sectors of society. For Corn Exchange Crickhowell Ltd it … Continue reading
As we come to the end of our second full year of trading, the Directors of Corn Exchange Crickhowell Ltd would like to wish our tenants, our shareholders and our supporters a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Please watch this video to find out more about Crickhowell and The Corn Exchange’s WW1 History.
This is the video about our tenants, Natural Weigh, prepared for the Powys Business Awards at which they won the Startup Business of the Year. We are thrilled for them and delighted to have played a part in bringing them … Continue reading
The Directors of Corn Exchange Crickhowell Ltd will be in CRiC this evening from 6pm to 8pm to discuss the annual results of the business informally in lieu of an AGM and to answer any questions. No appointment is necessary.
REACTION FROM THE DIRECTORS TO CRICKHOWELL BEING NAMED THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE IN WALES AND NEWS OF A DIVIDEND TO INVESTORS
Crickhowell has been named the “Best Place to Live in Wales” in a UK-wide survey conducted by the Sunday Times. The newspaper highlighted the pride felt by local people for the town and how they had “chased off” plans to … Continue reading