A LANCASHIRE lighting manufacturer has completed a five figure project working on a luxury hotel.

Nelson-based CFE Lighting, which also has facilities in Trawden and Barrowford, designed and manufactured 55 exterior lighting bollards ahead of the Sandburn Hall Hotel's reopening last week.

The North Yorkshire hotel is a brand new venue and, thanks to the efforts of CFE Lighting it is now brightly lit up and welcoming guests.

CFE business development manager Amanda Speight, said: “We’re delighted to have been able to support the development of what will be an incredible destination hotel for the region.

“The project enabled us to showcase the full breadth of our capabilities, from visiting the site to assess the requirements through to designing and manufacturing the bollards, using the very best components, at our production facility in Barrowford.”

The bollards are fitted with low-energy, high lumen LEDs, which will provide way finding and emergency lighting along the main walkways which run around the front and back of the hotel.

Sandburn Hall Hotel, based just of the A64 seven miles from York, is the latest project to be completed by CFE Lighting.

The company says that it is experiencing strong demand for its products and services across a range of sectors, including food and beverage production, schools, hospitals, and colleges.

Hotel director James Hogg said: “Everything about the design and build of this hotel is quality and that extends to the smaller details such as the exterior lighting bollards, with CFE Lighting creating a bespoke, British-made product that perfectly meets our needs.

“Everything is now set for the launch on Monday and we’re looking forward to welcoming hundreds of guests over the coming weeks.”

CFE Lighting meanwhile says that hopes to build its team over the coming year and explore further large scale opportunities.