Three new businesses sign up at Farsley’s thriving Sunny Bank Mills

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Sunny Bank Mills, off Farsley Town Street

Three new deals have been completed at the Sunny Bank Mills complex in Farsley.

Kaleidoscope Psychology and Psychotherapy, brand and marketing agency So Contented and IT support company CTek are relocating to the award-winning mill in Farsley, where YTV’s Emmerdale and Heartbeat were filmed.

During the past 11 years Sunny Bank Mills has been transformed into a modern office, retail and leisure complex. It is now home to 75 companies, which employ a total of almost 400 staff.

These three deals come hard on the heels of a raft of significant office, retail and leisure lettings at Sunny Bank Mills during the past few weeks.

William Gaunt, joint managing director of Edwin Woodhouse and Co, the owners of Sunny Bank Mills, commented:

“We are delighted to welcome Kaleidoscope, So Contented and CTek to Sunny Bank Mills. They are excellent examples of quality businesses being attracted to a quality business environment.

“Their moves underline the flexibility of space at Sunny Bank Mills, which is now attracting an exciting range and breadth of occupiers.”

Paul Walton has moved his business to Farsley.

Paul Walton, founder and managing director of Kaleidoscope, which has relocated from Far Headingley, explained that it was vitally important to find a home which was consistent with his values of community, inclusion, warmth and legacy.

He said: “When I looked around Sunny Bank Mills and saw what the Gaunts have built here, saw the kind of businesses who have set up here, I knew that this is where we belonged.

“It is such a wonderful, creative and innovative space. It really speaks to the importance of community and collaboration, of relationships and connections. There’s something very special about this part of Farsley, and we’re very excited to be able to work from this beautiful location and help people build better relationships with one another and with themselves.”

Meanwhile Gemma Edwards, co-founder and director of So Contented, relocating from Bradford Road, explained: “We fell in love with our new office at Sunny Bank Mills when we walked through the door. The stone walls, high ceilings and big windows were lovely and we immediately felt like we were home.

“We were also really impressed with the number and variety of other businesses in the mill.”

And Howard Haigh, managing director of Ctek, which is relocating from Eccleshill, explained that Sunny Bank Mills was the perfect base for his IT support company, which was founded in 1994.

He added: “We have a much more hands-on personal service than the current fad for support over the phone. We do a remote support too but it’s intermingled with site visits. We mainly have customers in West Yorkshire but do have some as far away as Liverpool and Warrington. Sunny Bank Mills is well-located for our clients.”


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