Delighted to be part of the team that supported the re-opening of Tavistock’s Visitor Information Centre

We’re delighted to announce that Tavistock Heritage Trust will be reopening its Visitor Information Centre (VIC) this summer thanks to a little help from local businesses including Ian Williams. Run by volunteers and overseen by the Tavistock Heritage Trust, the VIC will help welcome visitors to the town and support local businesses. Services offered will include visitor information handling, retail sales and ticketing for local attractions, as well as walking tours around the town.

In addition to both Tavistock Town Council and West Devon Borough Council contributing to the project now and in the future, the Ian Williams team in Plymouth donated our time and resources to decorate the whole of the Visitor Information Centre.

Sinead O’Neill, Head of Client Services at Ian Williams commented: “The team was absolutely delighted to work with Tavistock Heritage Trust on this project and are looking forward to the opening event. We work in hundreds of homes across the region, so being able to give something back to the community is important to us. Ian Williams is one the UK’s largest painting companies, so were in the perfect position to donate paints and the time of our talented workforce in Devon to support this initiative.”

Andrew Main, chairman of the Trust said: “We are ever so grateful for the support from Ian Williams, who have redecorated the VIC to an excellent standard. We can now re-open the VIC to support local businesses and ensure that all our visitors get a warm welcome to Tavistock.”

The VIC will be hosting an open day on Thursday 21st June – 10am until 2pm for local businesses to come in and see what is happening and to drop off their leaflets.