Leading local business, Morris Joinery has appointed experienced operator Matthew Tyrrell as its new Joinery Manager to develop and build on its success.

He leads a ten-strong team at the Bicton workshop and takes on the role following the retirement of Steve Granda.

Matt, aged 35, was previously assistant manager at Morris Joinery and has extensive experience in the industry in a number of roles. He has worked in joinery since leaving school where he completed an apprenticeship in bench joinery and carpentry at Worcester College of Technology. He also owned his own business for ten years.

Stourport-born Matt, who lives in Wolverhampton, said: “The new role is a fantastic opportunity. I’m looking forward to developing the business and working with a great team. Joinery is a skilled profession and there is great satisfaction in producing quality work which people appreciate.”

Morris Joinery is currently working on projects including extensions at sister company Morris Care’s Isle Court and Radbrook Nursing Homes and a prestige commission from Historic England to restore and replace 39 windows at Flaxmill Maltings in Shrewsbury. It is also working with private householders, with schools and housing developers to deliver top-class joinery.

Well established family business Morris Joinery offers a full range of commercial and domestic services from traditional doors and windows to modern and bespoke joinery pieces.