The owners of Nottingham property developers Spenbeck say they are achieving a longstanding ambition after partnering with Trent Bridge.

The family-run company operated by sisters Becky Valentine and Victoria Green has signed up to an initial one-year business partnership.

“Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club has been a big part of our family life for many years,” said Victoria, Spenbeck’s Chief Executive.

“For as long as I can remember, parts of our family have been members of the club and frequent attendees at what really is a spectacular venue.

Chief Operating Officer, Becky added: “We’re particularly impressed with the work carried out in the community by the Club and the Trent Bridge Community Trust.

“Aligning that with good cricket and good food made a compelling case for a partnership. We’re delighted to be on board.”

The partnership will see Lace Market-based Spenbeck’s brand appear at the Radcliffe Road End of the venue.

“I’m delighted to extend a hearty Trent Bridge welcome to a business with a burgeoning reputation for breathing new life into historic buildings in Nottingham,” said Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club’s Commercial Director, Michael Temple.

“Retaining and treasuring heritage and delivering it hand-in-hand with innovation is a principal that’s dear to us at Trent Bridge – making Spenbeck a very fitting partner given their pride in our city.

“It helps that we really like spending time with the people we do business with and we know Victoria and Becky will enjoy their time in our venue and our restaurant.”


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