Liberation Group invests in its people

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LIBERATION GROUP has spent more than £800,000 on a refurbishment of accommodation for staff who work in some of Guernsey’s most well-known pubs and eateries.


The pub and drinks business said it had transformed St Clare Court in St Peter Port, which it has owned since December 2012, providing 34 private single and double rooms. Special attention was also paid to creating a communal kitchen, working spaces, break out rooms and social areas.

Team members living at St Clare Court work across various Liberation Group sites in Guernsey – mainly Dix Neuf, the Ship & Crown and the Thomas de la Rue.

‘The renovation of St Clare Court represents our future investment in both our business and, most importantly, our team members,’ said operations manager Lorna Fulton. ‘It is vitally important to us that we provide our team members with the very best environment in which to live and relax when they work with us.

‘St Clare Court is a prime example of the investment Liberation Group is willing to put into both our property and, more importantly, our team members’ well-being.

‘We don’t have a business without them, so it goes without saying how important it is that our team members feel supported and nurtured,’ added the operations manager.

The interiors were designed with a strong nod to mid-century styling. Green and grey washed walls show off contemporary and vintage artwork, while 1950s-inspired armchairs and retro sofas are found in the social areas.

Bedrooms feature iron bed frames, industrial wooden furniture and statement light fittings, with the rooms designed to allow residents to personalise their space, creating a real sense of home from home.

Will Green

By Will Green
Business Editor

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