As the decorations appear and Christmas cheer starts to spread, our businesses start to really feel the benefit of life at Lingfield thanks to our social calendar full of festive fun. We think it’s important to create a home for business – and a place for people…..
With office space from 540sqft in Darlington, we love to bring our businesses together to celebrate Christmas and where better to start with the fabulous panto – now showing at Darlington Civic Theatre.
We welcomed the THE CHUCKLES of Oz panto stars and we took a walk down a very different road as Dorothy clicked her ruby slippers to transport herself, the Scarecrow and the Wicked Witch to Lingfield House, where they strolled arm-in-arm down Lingfield Close – as part of the festive offering by the award-winning business park.
It was a great excuse to break out the mulled wine and mince pies for customers as they chatted to cast members from the Darlington Civic Theatre show.
We hope our customers have enjoyed the array of activities over the Christmas season, including Christmas lunch at the ‘canteen’ on-site bistro café, youngsters from Red Hall Primary school selling hand-made Christmas gifts and sweets galore from the Christmas Candy Man – all programmed to say a big thank you for their support as we work together.
Estate Manager Eddie Humphries said: “We’re always striving to infuse festive cheer and bringing the panto stars here was a real treat for everyone. Our customers are part of a thriving business community – and events like this bring that community together.
“From our 15ft Christmas tree to the beautifully decorated buildings, it’s hard to not feel festive when you come to work.
“The panto stars thought the sweeping staircase in Lingfield House was beautiful. I told them about the businesses big and small we have based here and offered to show them some of our available office space – if they fancy a career change!”
For more information on life at lingfield or how you can join or ever-growing community, pick up the phone or tootle around and we’ll pop the kettle on.