Ice is nice for Poole nursery children

March 31, 2014 by  

Children at a Poole nursery school enjoyed an unusual event recently, when a local ice sculptor attended to teach them more about the artworks he creates.

Mark Gibb, who runs In Ice Designs in the town, paid a [Read more]

Tribute exhibition for musician held in Paisley

March 30, 2014 by  

Music lovers from around the world have descended on Paisley this month, as the Scottish town has been playing host to an event paying tribute to the singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty.

The Paisley-born musician, who became internationally famous with [Read more]

Oxford bicycle shop rises from the ashes

March 30, 2014 by  

A bicycle shop that has been a fixture in Oxford for over 30 years has opened its doors at its old premises again, one year after suffering a devastating fire.

March 31, 2013 saw Cycle King, located in [Read more]

Nottingham man gets on his bike

March 29, 2014 by  

A Nottingham man has started up a bike club in the city, bearing the impressive slogan ‘Never leave a rider [Read more]

Celebrity backing for Norwich pub campaign

March 29, 2014 by  

A campaign on Twitter to save a Norwich pub has been handed a real boost, thanks to the support – and retweets – of a number of celebrities. The future of the popular Coach and Horses, located in Bethel Street, has been uncertain since [Read more]

Expansion planned for Northampton karting centre

March 29, 2014 by  

A popular Northampton karting centre is set for an ambitious programme of expansion over the [Read more]

Local Twickenham chocolatier teaches Mary Berry a thing or two

March 29, 2014 by  

Chocolatier Flo Broughton, from Twickenham, gave some tips to none other than Mary Berry recently when the famous baking queen wanted to know how to make chocolate. Broughton founded Choconchoc along with her dad 11 years ago, with the company’s speciality being sculptural chocolates of [Read more]

Warrington companies help raise money for charity

March 28, 2014 by  

Businesses from the Warrington region recently helped out the St. Rocco`s Hospice by taking up a challenge that Lord Alan Sugar would have been proud of. Many of the town’s organisations did the corporate challenge, with teams being given [Read more]

Cultural hub plans proposed for Tunbridge Wells

March 28, 2014 by  

The local borough council of Tunbridge Wells has proposed plans for a new cultural hub that would bring changes to the region over the next [Read more]

Firms celebrate at annual Mayor’s Business Awards

March 28, 2014 by  

Earlier this month, many companies got together to celebrate the best of the business world in Norfolk, at the Kings Lynn Corn Exchange. Awards were given for several achievements, and all the winners are [Read more]

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