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Video: How The Long Table faced a year of challenges

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We met Tom Herbert, co-founder of The Long Table, and asked him how the business had fared over a year of unprecedented challenges.

Tom Herbert, co-founder of The Long Table. Picture: Matt Bigwood.

Based at Brimscombe Port, The Long Table is part of the Grace Network and one of a number of businesses whose tenancies expired on June 30th. The former industrial site is being redeveloped for residential use, with more than 150 houses and flats as well as small business use.

Brimscombe Mills, new home of The Long Table. Picture: Hannah Bigwood.

Tom told us how The Long Table has secured new premises at Brimscombe Mills, near the Ship Inn, but the move will take some time to complete.

The interior of Brimscombe Mills. Picture: Hannah Bigwood.
The sign at Brimscombe Mills. Picture: Hannah Bigwood.

For more information visit: The Long Table

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