leading the way! More power to Bayfields
Not only are Bayfields a well estab- lished, family-run Electrical contract- ing company with over 30 years expe- rience in the Suffolk region, they are also specialist Solar PV installers with the recognised MCS accreditation.
With fuel prices soaring and an emphasis on promoting a greener environment for our future it is not surprising that new companies are springing up to capitalise on the large demand. However, as these compa- nies are an unknown quantity, many have been searching for a long-stand- ing, local company with a strong repu- tation in the area. This is the market where Bayfields flourish, a name you can trust.
and has seen the business grow to include customers all over East Anglia. Bayfields are proud to say that they employ 9 fully qualified engineers with a vast combined knowledge and experience across all types of electri- cal installations. Bayfield have seven sign-written vans on the road. The company also operates a recognised apprenticeship scheme, thus develop- ing their staff culture which will con- tinue into the future.
Feel free to give Bayfields a call or pop in to their office if you would like any further information about the company, a chat about a new Solar PV installation or for a free energy sur- vey. Tel: 01728 746949 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tourist trade 'impressed' with Ipswich
A party of tourism group tour opera- tors and travel organisers visited Ipswich with a view to adding the town as a destination to their holiday, short breaks and day trip itineraries.
Since the new division, Bayfield Energy was set up, more members of the team have been trained to keep up with the demand of their large customer base. The company is backed up with both Part P and Full- scope NICEIC accreditation alongside their MCS and REAL accreditation, meaning they can install Solar sys- tems and offer the government backed Feed-in tariff (FITs) to their customers. The company are also members of the national based Trustmark and Suffolk Trusted Trader scheme.
Over 20 years
Bayfields has operated from its Wickham Market premises, near Woodbridge, for over 20 years. The office manager, Chrissy Maxwell has been with the company since 1986
The party of around 40 operators were met by Tourist Information Manager David Stainer and Town Tourist Guide Evelyn Hewing. They were given an evening tour of the Waterfront then were hosted by the Novotel, where the Manager, Serhan Ilker, and his staff were able to show them the hotel's facilities and pack- ages available for group bookings.
Mr Stainer said that the visit had been a great success. "The operators were very impressed with what the town could offer, particularly the Waterfront and river cruises. The party was made up of group travel organis- ers from all over the UK and for many this was their first visit to Ipswich."
He added: "Meeting customers such as these personally and showing them at first-hand what is available is defi- nitely the best form of marketing. Each of the people we met represent- ed coach companies, tour operators, historical societies and other social group leaders who can potentially
bring coach loads of people to the town - benefiting hotels, restaurants, retailers and attractions.
"Statistics collected locally during the last year suggest day visitors spend around £23 each, while those staying overnight spend around £45 per per- son per day - which is good news for the local economy. Ipswich offers some of the finest hotels in the area, many of which can cater for large group bookings, and attractions such as river cruises, Christchurch Mansion, and guided walks are perfect for group visits. The town also has a vibrant cultural offering, with a good choice of theatres and a wonderful selection of places to eat."
New Number for the Police
Residents are to be given a new 24- hour number to telephone the police in Suffolk this autumn.
Instead of dialling 01473 613500 to report a non-emergency, or discuss other matters, the public will simply need to dial 101. In an emergency they will continue to use 999.
Suffolk Constabulary will adopt 101 in October. All 43 forces in England and Wales are expected to be using it by January 2012.
The new number is designed to offer the public across England and Wales one easy way to contact their local police force to report non-emergency crimes, anti-social behaviour and dis- order or to speak to their local police officers.
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