24 May, 2017
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In support of Altzheimer’s Society

We are delighted to support Capita plc's on-line auction in support of the Altzheimer's Society by donating a free weekend city break in the World Heritage City of Bath. We are always willing to support charitable events and have done the same for TNT and the Land Registry for a number of years.

We bought the apartment because our commitment to provide the very best instructors that we can find, worldwide, regularly necessitates providing somewhere for visiting lecturers to stay. Our corporate apartment is in Fountain House, a Grade 1 listed Georgian, palladian town house in the very centre of Bath. It was built in 1735 for a wealth merchant. Tradition has it that the house was incorporated into Fountain Buildings by John Wood the younger (1704-1754) who designed the Royal Crescent and the Assembly Rooms and completed the building work to the Circus after his father's death.

This year (2011), it has been fully refurbished and the accommodation comprises a master bedroom, double with on suite wet room; office with Broadband connection, PC and printer; lobby and dining area leading to an spacious lounge with flat screen TV and stereo system; a fully equipped kitchen with granite worktops, fridge freezer, induction hob, fan oven and microwave.

The flat is, quite clearly, a working asset and, generous as we are, we do ask that we are on your company's preferred supplier list and that they are a current customer of ours. Other than that we would be delighted to support your charitable events and hope that you will call on us to do so.  For full details about the facility please go to www.coolcream.co.uk

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