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Delamere Forest Commando Trail

Three members of the DV8 team took part in the Delamere Commando Trail on Sunday 16th July. The trail covered a mighty 10K distance and is set in the outstanding Delamere Forest Park. The course ran through multi-terrain and varying underfoot conditions. Participants also had to [...] Read the full story

St Rocco’s Hospice Dragon Boat Race

On Sunday 30th July, four members of the DV8 team traded in site jackets for life jackets for the St Rocco’s Hospice Dragon Boat Race at Warrington Boat Club to help raise funds for St Rocco’s Hospice. The event was a great team building opportunity [...] Read the full story

Grafters Awards – North West

Back in March, we were nominated for not just one, but three categories in The Grafters Awards – North West! Grafters is the only organisation solely dedicated to networking and celebrating the North West Construction Industry. We were nominated for ‘Best Hospitality Interior and Design’, [...] Read the full story

Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

On Sunday 28th May, three members of our team completed the Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon! Since 1998, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series has made running fun by infusing the course with live bands, cheer teams, and creating a block-party atmosphere for participants and spectators. [...] Read the full story

Leasowe Castle Hotel appointment

We are proud to announce that we have been appointed to redesign elements within Leasowe Castle Hotel in Moreton. Leasowe Castle is a unique grade II listed, historic hotel overlooking the stunning Wirral coastline and our brief is to refurbish 7 bedrooms, 2 trade areas [...] Read the full story

The Hesketh is complete!

The Hesketh

We are proud to announce that The Hesketh in Cheadle Hulme is complete and reopened for business! Working alongside The Almond Pub Group, this 1860’s local community pub was in need for a ‘sparkle’ to update its traditionally charming interior. Formally known as ‘The Hesketh Tavern’, [...] Read the full story