Enterprise hub in Wrexham to be renovated

March 31, 2018 by  

An enterprise hub within Wrexham should be up and running when its refurbishment is completed.

The Welsh Assembly has given its support to Wrexham’s new enterprise hub. Resources from [Read more]

HALO Kilmarnock hosts students

March 30, 2018 by  

A group of students from the local area were recently given the opportunity to take a sneak peek behind the scenes of a major development being built in Kilmarnock.

HALO Kilmarnock is being developed at a cost of [Read more]

Remarkable exhibition in Tunbridge Wells continues

March 29, 2018 by  

An exhibition which celebrates remarkable individuals within Tunbridge Wells is being held.

The event showcases some of the special people who reside in the town. It will run until [Read more]

New sponsorship deal for Cheadle firm

March 28, 2018 by  

A company based in Cheadle has announced that it is set to be the new sponsor for a local sports team, in a deal that will last for the entire forthcoming season.

Real Stone & Tile is a retail firm that specialises in bathroom facilities and it has committed itself to [Read more]

Stoke-on-Trent sets up private investment plan

March 27, 2018 by  

Delegates from Stoke-on-Trent have been trying to attract investment at an event in Cannes.

The MIPIM show is an annual occurrence which takes place on the glamorous [Read more]

Wembley adoption event uses Suffolk choir

March 27, 2018 by  

Talented choristers from Suffolk have taken to the stage at the Wembley Arena for a good cause.

Pupils from Cedarwood Primary School were involved in the event. Poster printing from Wembley can add colour to an occasion. The Voice in a Million gig used [Read more]

Continental Market comes to Wentworth Street

March 26, 2018 by  

Pettycoat lane market is only one of the traditional markets in E1, established for over a 100 years, flowing from Middlesex Street and Wentworth road, opens every day between 10:00 – 15:00 and specialised for many of those years in fabrics and lace any anything to do with the East End ‘Rag-trade’, but ‘time stands for no man’ and with time, both the area and the character of the market has changed. Today the main component of the market is made up of a diverse range of food stalls, you can find any kind of street food in the Market from Indian, Spanish, Vietnamese to Turkish. The delicious food smalls start to permeate the local streets from 10am onwards.

This year the local council is encouraging more people to visit the area by having a Continental Market on Wentworth Street, offering additional options of continental foods, fresh food produce, leather goods and crafts. The Continental Market will run from the 4th of April to the 7th and I for one cannot wait to see what the market will have to offer.

Walthamstow town centre gets free Wi-Fi

March 26, 2018 by  

Wi-Fi has been installed in Walthamstow Town Centre to drive local economic growth.

Arqiva and Waltham Forest Council got together to deliver the project. Street furniture and lampposts will [Read more]

Midlands-based PR firm expands

March 26, 2018 by  

Story Comms, a Midlands-based PR company, has recently enjoyed growth as it expands in terms of employee and client recruitment.

Story Comms is on the ascendency as it has just [Read more]

Clapham to get new housing scheme

March 25, 2018 by  

A sizeable new housing scheme is set to be built at a location in Clapham, after the planning applications committee set up by Lambeth Council opted to give it the green light.

The housing association called [Read more]

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