Continued Success for Juice Jewellery

Continued success for Juice Jewellery has prompted a move to larger premises in Ledbury after a year of being based in the Old Cottage Hospital Studios.

Jules Schad – the owner of Juice Jewellery – was the first to take up a tenancy in the refurbished Old Cottage Hospital Studios, Ledbury, run by the Ledbury & Area Development Trust (LADT).

“Jules is a great example of what we set up the Old Cottage Hospital Studios to do – namely to support local, young entrepreneurial businesses in their early stages and to provide a supportive environment for them in which to work and grow their businesses,” said Roger A. Payne, Chief Executive of LADT.

Commenting on the move, Jules Schad said, “working from Studio 1 at the Old Cottage Hospital Studios has provided me with an excellent base from which to develop my business. However, I now need additional retail space and I’m looking forward to driving the next stage of my company’s growth from my new shop – Juice Jewellery Boutique – in Ledbury.”

The new shop will open for business on Tuesday 1st June 2010.

Other current tenants of the Old Cottage Hospital Studios include a specialist automotive software company, a designer, and two Pilates instructors. LADT is currently based in one of the Studios and the remaining ones are currently rented or under offer.

In addition, Studio 6 is available for hire by local organisations for meetings, discussions, seminars, presentations and workshops for up to 20 people. Anyone interested in hiring Studio 6, or becoming a tenant of one of the other Studios in the future, should contact Roger A. Payne on 01531 636304 or by visiting LADT’s website www.ledburyadt.org.

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