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We're moving to Wells

Cognique are moving

After nearly six incredible years at our current location, Cognique is moving from Street to new offices in Wells. From 28 April 2014 our new address will be:

Cognique, Unit 1, Bishopbrook House, Cathedral Avenue, Wells, Somerset BA5 1FD

Our Wells number is yet to be confirmed but the existing office number will be redirected. Our freephone 0800 690 6675 number will continue to work during the changeover.

The move has been prompted by our recent expansion into integrated marketing services for both new and existing clients, as well as a planned increase in staff to deliver these services. With Wells ideally placed for developing our client base in Bristol and Bath, we still value the relationships we have built with businesses across Somerset, and look forward to continuing to work with them.

See you in England’s smallest city,
The Cognique team

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