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Castle moves back to Suffolk

By Chris Williams. Published: 20th Apr 2006, 11:35:58 | Permalink | Printable

To be beside the seaside, beside the sea

Castle logoCastle have confirmed they have moved offices once again. This time the developers of RISC OS 5 have upped sticks and headed for a business park near Ipswich. In December, the company moved from its long term home in Framlingham to the offices previously used by its Tematic outfit in Cambridge.

Their new address is 8 Britannia House, Bentwaters Business Park, Rendlesham, IP12 2TW. Their telephone and fax lines have remained the same: 0870 383 4543 and 0870 705 8879 respectively. The Iyonix manufacter's registered address is in Colchester.

Castle declined to comment further.


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Last news item on site was 1/6/05 :-(

Lets hope they are doing their usual (lots going on, we'll only reveal when you can buy it).....

 is a RISC OS Usermarkee174 on 23/4/06 10:13PM
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