We’re moving to larger premises! Now, with over 70…

We’re moving to larger premises! Now, with over 70 clients across the area – from Gisburn up to Settle in Ribblesdale; across Malhamdale; Grassington down to Beamsley in Wharfedale; Silden up to Skipton and Gargrave in Airedale; Barnoldswick and Earby in West Craven – on our 3rd birthday it’s time to put down some even stronger roots in our local community…

Craven Digital is moving a few miles down the road to our new studio near East Marton (mid-way between Barnoldswick, Skipton and Gargrave). The new location, a converted barn near the canal, is a great place to take a step back from the day-to-day, clear your head and think about your business. There’ll be more space for training, tuition, discussion and creativity, with lots of private parking and access from the A59, A56 and A65.

We will still be offering the same web development, graphic design, training, tech support, print and marketing services – and travelling to clients throughout the area – just without the shopfront, which has now closed. Unfortunately the increasing cost of renting a high street shop, together with the rising costs of supplies, means passport photos and walk-in printing is not viable… but we’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our shop customers on Rainhall Road and Barnoldswick Town Square for a fun 18 months – it’s been a pleasure to serve! The personal service we have provided there has attracted people from as far away as Arncliffe and we’ve met some wonderful people. Thank you for all of your cards, flowers and messages.

We’ll post some photos from inside the new studio when the paint has dried and you are of course welcome to come and see us any time. It’s best to get to us via West Marton and Bank Newton, or Broughton or Gargrave at the moment, as the lane from the Cross Keys at East Marton is somewhat muddy and pot-holed (but scheduled to be resurfaced in Spring). Just give us a shout on 01282 881611 for an appointment and directions.

The business started in the corner of Shaun and Beth’s kitchen but, as we’ve grown and created jobs, we’ve moved to larger premises four times. This next move is an exciting new chapter for us, with the aim to provide an even better service to our clients throughout the area from our new central home… and stay put for a while as there’s plenty of room to grow. We feel very lucky to live and work here – and to be able to meet and help such amazing local businesses every day. Here’s to another 3 years (well, hopefully another 40) and seeing you all soon.

Shaun, Beth, Joe and Danny

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