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Graysons’ 25 year legacy: from Saltergate to Sheffield Road

Lord Mayor, Councillor Mick Brady, Lady Mayoress, Councillor Suzie Perkins, Chesterfield FC director Ashley Kirk and club chairman Mike Goodwin, were amongst the guests who turned out to help us celebrate our 25th anniversary of being in Chesterfield town.

25 years

L – R Petr Clark, managing partner, Graysons and Ashley Kirk, Chesterfield FC director

We first moved onto Saltergate in 1998 and moved to the Glass House last year.

25 years

L-R Lady Mayoress, Councillor Suzie Perkins, Lord Mayor, Councillor Mick Brady and Peter Clark

Since first being in Chesterfield, the firm has been a sponsor and active supporter of Chesterfield Football Club – the venue for our celebrations.

In more recent times, Graysons has been a supporter of Ashgate Hospice and has sponsored its Forget Me Not Appeal for the past three years.

25 years

L-R Austin Fairest (former area secretary Derbyshire NUM ), Colin Hampton (Derbyshire Unemployed Workers’ Centres), Jeremy Hague (former Graysons partner), Peter Clark.

Peter Clark, managing partner at Graysons, said: “We’ve enjoyed our 25 years serving the people of Chesterfield and our recent move to the Glass Yard demonstrates our commitment to the town now and for the future.

“It has been a great privilege to be involved with local charities and the football club and we look forward to many more years here.”

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