A business which has served the borough for more than 40 years is booming after a bumper year in which it has grown by more than 50 per cent.

Despite the challenges posed to companies by the pandemic, Radcliffe Glass and Windows continues to grow from strength to strength.

The business was formed in 1979 and has fluorished since.

The business was also nominated for the Federation of Small Businesses North West Family Business of the Year award this year,

Despite not winning the accolade, the team were rightly very proud to be nominated.

Buoyed by industry recognition, the company has bags of motivation to keep moving forward and delivering the quality service and products it is well known for.

Speaking to the Bury Times, managing director Clive Powers expressed his delight in how business is going.  

Mr Powers said: “Last year we grew by 55 per cent and this year the current run rate is 70 per cent up on last year.

“This year is a lot to do with new products and new partnerships and we’ve added to the range and put investment in the showroom.

“It’s a good year for us and last year was a record year for us despite Covid and supply chain issues."

Ambition is clearly a trait the business is not short of.

Mr Powers has previously said he believes Radcliffe Glass and Windows will be the largest home improvement company in its sector in the region.

The firm also has grand plans to develop the land they own and build a super showroom site so they can put more of their products on display for customers.

Partnerships they have entered into over the years have also led to success as well as their bespoke products such as Origin Aluminium, Evolution Timber Alternative windows, Spitfire Doors and P22 products.

The future for this well-loved family business certainly looks brighter than ever.