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Club renews Grocott & Murfit / Arcadia Home and Living partnership

9 September 2020

Norwich City are delighted to announce a renewed regional partnership with property specialists Grocott & Murfit and sister company Arcadia Home & Living, the latter which has recently undergone a rebrand from Arcadia Home Interiors – specialists in luxury kitchen and bathroom design.

Under its new name, Arcadia Home & Living encompasses a broad spectrum of services, all designed to offer a complete 360 degree service to new and aspiring homeowners.  Their core brand values of continually growing, seeking opportunity and working collaboratively to promote Norfolk business fall in line with those of Norwich City.

Grocott & Murfit recently launched a community outreach programme called 'Building Norfolk' which focuses on four key areas: environment, education, wellbeing and growth, with Norwich City key to reinforcing that community ethos in Norfolk. 

They aim to promote Norfolk as a supportive and opportune county for future generations

Claire Johnston, Brand Marketing Director for Arcadia Home & Living and Grocott & Murfit, said: "The last months of the previous season have demonstrated strength in community and partnership like never before and, with this ethos being so central to everything we do, we are delighted to be able to continue to support the club moving into next season and as we enter the next phase of growth within our business operations.”

Sam Jeffery, Head of Commercial Operations for Norwich City Football Club, added: "It's great to have the support of Daniel Grocott, Jody Murfit and Danny Wyer once again this season. At a time when every business and every industry has been damaged by the COVID-19 pandemic for a local business to extend its support is particularly pleasing.

"We'll look forward to visiting the beautiful Arcadia Home & Living showroom in Fakenham later this year with our partners, and we thank Daniel, Jody, Danny and their wider team for their brilliant support"

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