28 January 2019– Due to strong performance and growing membership particularly over the last five years, specialist individual income protection provider Cirencester Friendly has today announced their headquarters will be relocating from their offices in Dyer Street and Northway House, Cirencester to a new office, Mutuality House in South Cerney, 3 miles south of their current location.

The occasion was marked with a ‘Topping Out’ Ceremony attended by representatives of the Society and Barnwood General Works who placed the final piece of structure to the roof of Mutuality House.

Cirencester’s town centre has been the Society’s home since 1890 and the move signals their continued expansion and commitment to being a great place to work.

Paul Hudson, Chief Executive at Cirencester Friendly said:

“I am very happy to announce that Cirencester Friendly will be relocating operations to Mutuality House in South Cerney. 5 Dyer Street has been our home since 2002 and having outgrown our two town centre sites, we made the decision to move following an extensive search for new offices.  Mutuality House will bring all staff together under one roof and cater for our ambitious future expansion plans and helping to ensure we provide the best possible service to all our customers. Mutuality House is currently under extensive development designed with our staff in mind, making it a place where people will want to work and grow.

I look forward to moving later this year and have every belief that Mutuality House will support our ambitions to be the go to insurance provider for protecting lifestyles”.

Guy Cook, Director at Barnwood General Works said: “We are delighted to have been entrusted with the refurbishment of Mutuality House at South Cerney and to be associated with this historic milestone for Cirencester Friendly”.