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Cruso & Wilkin relocates its King's Lynn office to new premises at Hillington




A business which has had offices in Lynn for more than 200 years is moving out of town to a rural setting.

Cruso & Wilkin, which has operated in the town for 264 years, will be moving its office with effect from Monday to The Estate Office, Church Farm, Station Road, Hillington. The firm will be opening at its new base on Monday, October 26.

Its current premises in Waterloo Street will be offered for sale later this year.

The new office of Cruso & Wilkin at Hillington (42716330)
The new office of Cruso & Wilkin at Hillington (42716330)

Cruso & Wilkin was established in 1756, trading principally in the Tuesday Market Place as auctioneers and valuers within the district.

It said the move to Church Farm represents an exciting development of its current working practices and the new site will provide a modern, spacious working environment in a rural location, ideally allied to its agricultural and farm management departments.

The firm will continue to provide estate agency, property letting and managementadvice from their new office together with its office at Hunstanton and auctioncentre at Snettisham.

Alice Lake, partner in Cruso & Wilkin, said: "This is an exciting new development and will provide clients and staff with a relaxed environment to meet and work in."



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