Brothers are on song with their business

Adam and Alex Fagan with Remploy's Joanne McLauchlin (left) and Kay Harrington Kemper.
Adam and Alex Fagan with Remploy's Joanne McLauchlin (left) and Kay Harrington Kemper.

Two brothers have dug deep to set up a business which is already showing signs of major growth.

Adam and Alex Fagan, who live in North Tyneside, set up Crate Digger Records thanks to support and help from business advice company Remploy.

The business – a record store which also sells limited commissioned artwork – has grown following great success at local markets and fairs.

Now the pair are looking to the future as Crate Digger Records – which buys and sells old, new or rare records – has nearly outgrown its current site in Whitley Bay.

Adam and Alex were full of praise for the support they received from Remploy, in particular business advisor Joanne McLauchlin.

Adam said: “Our Remploy advisor Joanne has gone above and beyond to make sure things run as smoothly as possible along the way and all the help she continues to provide is extremely valuable.”

For more information visit www.cratediggerrecords.co.uk