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Mortgage adviser Trenter Bacon moved from Mistley to new home at East of England Co-op’s Wherstead Park site

PUBLISHED: 15:23 18 April 2016 | UPDATED: 15:23 18 April 2016

From left, Ed Bacon (director, Trenter Bacon), Laura Bird (office administrator, Trenter Bacon), Nick Denny (joint chief executive, East of England Co-op) and Nick Trenter (director, Trenter Bacon) at Wherstead Park.

From left, Ed Bacon (director, Trenter Bacon), Laura Bird (office administrator, Trenter Bacon), Nick Denny (joint chief executive, East of England Co-op) and Nick Trenter (director, Trenter Bacon) at Wherstead Park.

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Independent Mortgage Adviser Trenter Bacon has relocated from its former based at Mistley, near Manningtree, to the East of England Co-op’s Wherstead Park headquarters site near Ipswich.

Nick Trenter and Ed Bacon, who have between them more than 40 years’ industry experience, offer advice on all aspects of the mortgage market, including residential, buy-to-let, right-to-buy, shared ownership and Help to Buy.

The team also offers advice on all related protection, including life assurance, critical illness, income protection, redundancy and landlords cover.

Although the team currently consiss of just two advisers and one administrator, the firm is planning to expand as a result of a growing client base.

Ed Bacon, director, said; “We are very happy to have moved our premises to the excellent facilities here at Wherstead Park, and are confident that this move will help our business to grow further”.

Nick Denny, joint chief executive of the East of England Co-op, said “I am pleased Trenter Bacon have made Wherstead Park their new head office. I wish them every success with the growth of their business.”

Other businesses and organisations already based at Wherstead Park include Ellisons, P&O, Samskip and New Anglia LEP.

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