Peck & Strong makes jump to much larger site

first_imgDevon-based company Peck & Strong is defying the current climate by moving to a new production site, four times the size of its existing one.The new site comprises a 14,000sq ft bakery and an additional 1,500sq ft, which will be used for office space and accommodation for its 14 employees.The firm has been producing handmade cakes, snacks and vegetarian flans and pies since 1980. Founder, owner and project manager John Peck had been looking for a new freehold property for the last five years, as space was getting tight at the old factory, less than half a mile down the road.The company purchased the site around 18 months ago and hope it will enable them to grow further. It is a “natural evolution for the business”, said Peck. “Our existing market is principally tea rooms and coffee shops, as well as several National Trust sites, delis and universities,” he added. The firm is also rebranding its product range, which Peck said is soon to be completed.The move into larger premises will enable the firm to meet the growing demand for its products within the coffee shop and snacking sector. “At the moment we cover the southern half of England, as well as South Wales, mainly with our own transport, but also through distributors, so we’re looking to build on that and develop into the north of England,” said Peck.last_img read more

Kagame Cup 2019: Proline FC faces Green Eagles in must win encounter

first_img Tags: APRBernard MuwangaGreen EaglesHeegan FCproline fcShafick Bisasotop Proline defeated Heegan FC in their last game. (PHOTO/file)KIGALI – Proline will return to action on Thursday in the CECAFA Kagame Cup when they take on Zambia’s Green Eagles.Proline are fresh from winning 2-0 against Heegan FC while their opponents lost 0-1 to APR.If Proline loss to Green Eagles its journey in CECAFA Kagame Cup will come to an end.Head coach Shafic Bisaaso is optimistic the boys have trained enough and there is no pressure as they play their last game.“There is no pressure in camp because our opponents are a tough team, the boys have trained well and are in a position to win the game,” said BisaasoNewly signed defender Bernard Muwanga, when asked about today’s encounter he said it is their game of life and death.“It’s a game of life and death for us. If we are to qualify to the next round, we must win it.” said Muwanga.Both teams have 3points  and whoever wins today’s game proceeds to the next round.Comments last_img read more