We are certainly finishing October off in style!
With even more installations for new and existing clients across the region, find out what our boys have been up to recently…
Fox and Hounds, Great Moulton, Norfolk
Installation of a Touch screen at The Fox & Hounds in Great Moulton with ICR Software, Thermal Printer & Cash Drawer.
This is a charming detached village pub located around 3 miles south west of Long Stratton. It is a Grade II listed building, timber framed building and dates from the 17th Century.
Set in lovely Great Moulton, you are assured of an extremely warm welcome.
Brandon Country Park Visitors Centre
We have recently installed a ER 940 + Scanner at the beautiful Brandon Country Park Visitors Centre in Suffolk.
Brandon Country Park is over 30 acres of managed parkland, famous arboretum, ‘haunted’ mausoleum, lawns and pond, historic walled garden and miles of nature trails, and is located in the vast Thetford Forest, Brandon lies in the very heart of The Brecks. A wild landscape of dark forests, open heathlands, sandy soils and iconic belts of pine trees that straddles the Suffolk and Norfolk border.
Visit their historic Walled Garden with its stunning Himalayan Birch trees, unusual Handkerchief Tree and fragrant Bay Tree.
Enjoy the two play areas for toddlers to teens with climbing frame, assault course, swings and slides.
It really is an amazing place and well worth a visit.
But beware!…Look out for the ghost of Baron Boretto!
Express Radiators, Whiffler Road, Norwich
Installation at Express Radiators of a Casio Cash Register.
Cafe Gelato, Norwich
Installation of a NR500 Cash Register has been installed at Café Gelato in Norwich
After the tremendous success on the opening day of Cafe Gelato on Opie Street in Norwich, they were offering free gelato for everyone!
Shop owners Sandro and Jenny Glorio were inspired to open in Norwich when on holiday from Italy visiting family.
Sandro’s mother grew up in King’s Lynn, but moved to Italy when she fell in love with his father, a rose farmer on the Italian Riviera. While he worked for the family business, his wife Jenny was a barista and recently decided to enrol at the Gelato University in Bologna.
The café is the first of its kind in the city and they insist gelato is different to ice cream.
“There will be a big board in the store showing the difference between the two. Gelato is more like a cream, it’s not hard, It’s not served with a scoop; it’s very soft and doesn’t melt. Ice cream is served with a scoop, but gelato is served with a spatula.”
Their shop will sell real Italian coffee that they buy from a little but very famous artisan roasting company located in Florence.
At ECR we wish you every success with this beautiful Gelato Café.
Well, that`s it for now but watch out for our next installment from our busy technicians and if you see our vans around Norfolk, Suffolk or Cambridgeshire please give us a wave!
See you soon