West Country businesses have a chance to move into impressive offices in the countryside near Bristol and know the rent they pay is directly supporting people with cancer.
Space is being offered at Ham Green House in Pill alongside the headquarters of the charity Penny Brohn UK, which offers practical and emotional support for people with cancer.
The beautiful grounds and gardens provide a tranquil setting for cancer patients and their families but now the charity, started by Bristol woman Penny Brohn in 1979 with her friend Pat Pilkington after being diagnosed with breast cancer, is letting out office space with car parking.
Andrew Hufford, Commercial Director of Penny Brohn UK, said:
“Ideally, we would like to find like-minded organisations or care businesses so that the whole campus could be dedicated to helping people.
“Any business that takes space here will have the knowledge that their rent money is going to a good cause, helping us to deliver our services free to anyone affected by cancer.”
Carter Jonas have been appointed to act as agents for Ham Green House, which is part Grade 2 listed building and partly a new wing built in 2005.
Andrew Hardwick of Carter Jonas said:
“Ham Green House is in a fantastic location close to the M5 Motorway and the centre of Bristol.
“There are a number of ways that the space can be configured as there is 24,634 square feet with abundant car parking. The new wing has an impressive entrance hall, commercial kitchen, dining rooms, two demonstration suites, offices, therapy rooms and 26 ensuite bedrooms so there is fantastic potential to bespoke space to a business moving in.”
Further details can be obtained from Andrew Hardwick (07771) 820053 or Kate Richardson (07342) 701095.