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Matt France, Process Development Project Management

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Our Warwick Support Centre

Our busy, open-plan office on the outskirts of Warwick is home to around 300 people.

It’s a newly furbished, well-equipped building based on Warwick Technology park. We have plenty of meeting rooms, as well as kitchen facilities on each floor and our 1887 Cafe serving hot meals, salads and sandwiches. There are also shops a short walk away in Warwick.

We have an pre-booked parking system in use on site for colleagues, with visitor parking in allocated spaces or at a nearby local car park just a few minutes away, which has a regular speedy shuttle service to the office. There are also cycle racks and shower facilities.

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Find us in Warwick

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Wolseley UK
2 Kingmaker Court
Warwick Technology Park
Gallows Hill
CV34 6DY


Directions

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Warwick Castle and the nearby town

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Jephson Gardens in the centre of Leamington on a summer's day

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Chesterton Windmill in the Warwickshire countryside, just outside Leamington Spa

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Leamington's Pump Room Gardens in Spring

Living and working in Warwickshire

Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, sitting on the River Avon, 11 miles south of Coventry and just west of the Royal Leamington Spa. Famous for its imposing castle, whose construction began in 1068, Warwick is also known for its mix of Tudor and 17th-century buildings.

Warwick's adjoining town of Royal Leamington Spa was a small village until the early 19th century, when it grew in popularity as a spa town. It was granted royal status by Queen Victoria in 1838. The town centre is still home to many Georgian buildings, including the old Pump Rooms, which are now the town’s art gallery and museum.

Both towns house a variety of shops, from independent boutiques to high street names. The Technology Park which is home to our Warwick Support Centre sits on the edge of Warwick town centre, with quick access to both main rail routes to London and the motorway network. Surrounded by stunning Warwickshire countryside, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswolds and Birmingham are just a short drive away - so you’ll find there’s plenty to discover.

 

 

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Warwick Castle and the nearby town

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Jephson Gardens in the centre of Leamington on a summer's day

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Chesterton Windmill in the Warwickshire countryside, just outside Leamington Spa

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Leamington's Pump Room Gardens in Spring

Contact the recruitment team

Telephone: 01926 705260 (Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm)
Email us: resourcing@wolseley.co.uk

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