Watford exhibition delves into its printing past

January 31, 2014 by  

People in the area who are interested in the development of printing services might be tempted to put some time aside over the next few days to take in an exhibition on how print evolved over [Read more]

Carnival looks for Poole of volunteers

January 31, 2014 by  

Organisers are urging more people to get involved in the Poole Carnival this May, as they look to make the event, which is the first carnival of its kind in the town for more than a decade, a roaring success.

In particular, chiefs are [Read more]

TheEword is the word for 2014

January 31, 2014 by  

TheEword, an award-winning Greater Manchester digital marketing company, has begun the new year by securing a contract from a printing company based in the city.

The link-up between the two firms sees theEword handling the pay per click and search engine optimisation strategies for Manchester Printers, as of the start of this year, and follows a training workshop focused on [Read more]

Hampton Hill Calendar to provide bare necessities of mobility support

January 30, 2014 by  

Residents of the area who have yet to buy their calendar for this year might want to consider a fun option to help to raise funds for a local charity.

The Hampton Hill Calendar was produced by [Read more]

Futuristic workshops show off 3D printing in Warrington

January 29, 2014 by  

A unique concept has been shown off of the Future Tech Studio School in Warrington, and it was the showcase at many events last month.

The school specialises in giving youngsters between the [Read more]

Wrexham to up its security with brand new digital CCTV system

January 28, 2014 by  

By the end of this year, Wrexham will be the proud owners of a brand new CCTV digital system. The council chiefs have said that the system should be in place by November and it will be state-of-the-art.

At the moment Wrexham relies on [Read more]

MSP Margaret McCulloch’s School Christmas Card Competition

January 27, 2014 by  

Local Minuteman Press prints and donates 2000 Christmas cards for MSP Margaret McCulloch’s School Christmas card competition winner.

The P6 pupil from Halfmerke Primary came up with the design for MSP Margaret McCulloch’s official Christmas Card.  After receiving entries from schools throughout East Kilbride, the MSP admitted being left with a difficult choice.

Margaret said: “The quality of the entries was phenomenal. However, there could only be one overall winner and we decided the best illustration was Emma’s.” Owen Bruce, from South Park Primary School, and Cara Docherty, from East Milton Primary School, came second and third.

Business confidence is growing in Herefordshire and Worcestershire

January 27, 2014 by  

According to figures from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), small business confidence in Herefordshire and Worcestershire is on the up.

With local companies optimistic that [Read more]

Riders raise money for Rainbows children’s hospice

January 27, 2014 by  

Just before Christmas, a large group of staff at the business advice company Qdos took part in a charity bike ride with a twist in order to raise money for children’s hospice Rainbows in Loughborough. To their credit, the staff raised over [Read more]

Kings Lynn welcomes international hip-hop festival

January 26, 2014 by  

According to Lynn News, Kings Lynn will be welcoming Breakin’ Convention in May this year, the international festival that celebrates hip-hop dance theatre.

This event will be part of [Read more]

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