Comparison "like chalk and cheese"
The chairman of Cruse Bereavement Care says its new facility is a dramatic improvement:
Sam Skelton was speaking at the official opening of the organisation's new home yesterday afternoon, following the move from its previous Onchan headquarters.
A short ceremony was held at around 1:30pm, followed by a look round the Tromode facility for those attending.
Also speaking to Manx Radio at the opening, an ambassador of Cruse Bereavement Care praised the support the organisation offers people during some of their most difficult times.
Emilia Stringer first came to the charity when she was 15, after her father had passed away.
Six years later, Emilia says she's, 'very grateful for the help they've given me and my family':