BUSINESSES are being invited to a joint open day event to showcase two local businesses this Thursday, April 30 at Tower Hill Barns, Trevor near Llangollen.
The doors will be open on the newly renovated wedding, conference and event venue and businesses are being invited to come along and view the facilities and also see the latest in biomass technology installed at the venue by AW Renewables.
“The open day provides a great opportunity for businesses to take a tour around the venue, view the facilities, meet the team and also take a behind-the-scenes tour to see how the latest in renewable energy installations is being used here,” said Toni Godolphin, events co-ordinator at Tower Hill Barns.
Part of the huge renovations at the venue included the 70kw pellet boiler biomass installation which will supply the venue and adjacent cottage.
“I will be giving talks and advice during the event for businesses who are looking at possibly installing a renewable energy system, including the latest information on the government's Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme and the benefits they could be receiving,” said Ashley Wilson from AW Renewables.
Andrew and Sally Marshall bought Trevor Villa Barns in October 2013 and over the last seven months renovations have taken place to create a stunning new oak framed barn, able to accommodate 150 to 200 people.
Businesses interested in attending the open day, which runs from 5pm to 8pm on April 30, should register their interest with Toni on 01978 823429 or email email@example.com.
AW Renewables is a family run company based in Llangollen providing, plumbing, heating and renewable energy installations.
Tower Hill Barns is at Llangollen Road, Trevor, North Wales, LL20 7TN.
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