Two new residents move in at Cygnet Court in Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire’s school nursing service and a business which is opening clinics across the country are the two newest residents at Cygnet Court business park in Stratford.
Compass’ Connect for Health service is Warwickshire’s school nursing service and supports school-aged children and their families across the county. The charity moved to Cygnet Court from its previous base in Stratford at the end of September.
Bright and airy
Claire Harper from Compass said: “We chose the new location in Cygnet Court because it is where we wanted to be and the office space is bright and airy. We moved in at the end of September and have been getting to know our neighbours.”
Compass gives support and advice to children, young people, parents and carers on topics ranging from emotional wellbeing to healthy eating and sleep.
The charity delivers the Government’s National Child Measurement Programme in schools by weighing and measuring children when they are in reception class and Year 6. It also assesses health needs for children at reception age, Year 6 and Year 9 to identify any areas they need support in.
One of Compass’s new neighbours at Cygnet Court is Veincentre, which specialises in varicose vein treatment and opened the doors to its new clinic on the estate in early November.
Helen Tucker, openings manager at Veincentre, said: “We are new to Stratford and our new clinic takes us to a total of 26 clinics nationwide.
“We have other clinics across the Midlands and we chose Stratford as our newest addition because we know there is demand for our services in the area, with one in three people suffering with varicose veins in their lifetime. We are very excited to be offering our minimally-invasive treatments to the people of Stratford and the surrounding areas.”
Simon added: “Cygnet Court is in a great location, close to Stratford-upon-Avon Parkway station and the A46, and it’s great to see two organisations finding the space they need there to help fulfil their business needs.
“We wish both Compass and Veincentre every success in their new offices.”