MEDICAL test prep company Pastest has relocated to Booths Park in Knutsford.

Chief executive Philip Curzon said: “This is a very exciting time for all at Pastest. Our goal was to create an inspiring environment that helps maximise performance and productivity while encouraging collaboration to drive new ideas.

“The new open-plan office at Booths Park will help foster the positive and innovative culture vital for our success at the cutting-edge of medical test prep and EdTech.”

The relocation to Booths Park is the latest step in a journey of innovation that started in 1972 when company founder Freydis Campbell published one of the first medical test prep books in the UK from her kitchen table in Hemel Hempstead.

Pastest has been located in Knutsford for the past 35 years, first at the historic Knutsford Cranford Lodge and more recently at Parkgate Industrial Estate.

The move to Booths Park comes as the company builds on in market leadership position in the UK to become a global leader in online medical test preparation and education, helping medical students and doctors in 190 countries to succeed in high stakes exams.