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Leisure Business News - A new health, fitness and strength exhibition featuring some of the industry s biggest names is heading for the North West next month. FIT XPO features everything from bodybuilding competitions and yoga to live cooking demonstrations and even an appearance from the current Mr Universe. The huge event which is taking over Liverpool s Exhibition Centre for the weekend of the 7th and 8th of August is not only aimed at hardcore bodybuilders and fitness fanatics but also families looking for a healthier lifestyle.


New health, fitness and strength exhibition heads for the North West

Finance Business News - Here John Winstanley, Chartered Financial Planner, at Clarion Wealth Planning talks about how Clarion approaches things a little differently, thinking not just of the wealthy individuals but their families as well, aiming to create better lives for successful...


Taking a cross-generational approach to financial planning

Construction Business News - Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager for The Sidings, on Wharf Street in Lytham and Manny Marfo, crane operator, have been praised for their community spirit after spotting the youngster pointing at the crane.


Adlington Retirement Living site team commended for going the extra mile

Leisure Business News - Flogas Britain, one of the UK s leading LPG suppliers, has announced it is to expand its current distribution deal with camping and outdoor living specialists Campingaz and Coleman.


Flogas Expands Distribution partnership with Campingaz and Coleman

Property Business News - Bernie Hubble has been appointed as the Customer Voices Officer, a role that will be dedicated to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of residents and giving them a platform to voice their opinions.


Warrington Housing Association appoints dedicated Customer Voice Officer

Leisure Business News - The government has listed which countries are safe for international summer over the coming months, with only 12 locations listed on the green list . For many, it seems, the hopes for an international holiday this summer are on pause.


The Rise of the Staycation and Sustainable Holidays

Food Business News - Summer is here and so are the Euros. With many people now accustomed to a new normality of the working from home, the sunny days have brought nothing but a small pleasure and according to the weather forecast there is plenty more sunshine to come. With that in mind, now is a perfect time to fire up the grill and take advantage of our BBQs.


The Health Benefits of BBQ

Charity Business News - Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation has donated 1000 to a Lancashire based charity as part of its support for charities across the UK. The charity received the donation from Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation after being nominated by colleagues at the Society s Preston branch for financial support.


Lancashire Charity receives donation from Yorkshire Building Society

Recruitment Business News - Vine Hotels was supported with investment from Connection Capital, the private client investment business.


100 Jobs Created as the Bredbury Hall Hotel Joins Vine Hotels Portfolio

Legal Business News - Horwich Cohen Coghlan HCC Solicitors, the national serious injury law firm, is backing a major campaign aimed at producing a safer road system and urging more support for people who have sustained serious injuries.


Leading serious injury law firm HCC Solicitors backs Project EDWARD








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Food Business News - Crewe-based specialist food manufacturer Wrights Food Group has made a 3k donation to support the flood victims of Timor-Leste in South East Asia. The funds are being donated to the Timor-Leste Red Cross Society, which has been working in East Timor since 2000.


Wrights Food Group donates to Timor Leste flood fund

Construction Business News - But what more can be done to prevent the UK s rising farm theft problem A surprising solution comes in the form of storage containers.


How can storage containers combat rural theft?

Retail Business News - Spectator style While there is no designated dress code for spectators at Wimbledon, watchers of the tournament still contribute to the growing culture of fashion at the games. Everyone enjoys the tournament, so you ll find a range of spectators across British society attending the tournament. General spectators can dress casually.


How Wimbledon Is Shaking Up Fashion Trends

Property Business News - The Group CEO of Office Tech Holdings, a UK leader in managed print solutions covering agile working, cyber security and e-document management systems, has invested 2million in the 18,000ft2 former Bardsley building, on Dukinfield s Globe Industrial Park. The offices will have on-site parking and be equipped with super-fast Wi-Fi and broadband.


Tameside entrepreneur sets out £2m vision for Dukinfield

Construction Business News - Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager for The Sidings, on Wharf Street in Lytham and Manny Marfo, crane operator, have been praised for their community spirit after spotting the youngster pointing at the crane. Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager, said Our crane operator, Manny, spotted Findlay and his mum pointing at the crane.


Adlington Retirement Living site team commended for going the extra mile

Retail Business News - Martin Morgan, parts advisor at Bristol Street Motors Ford Bolton, has been recognised for making a significant contribution to the performance of his department. He received the Vertu Masters Parts Colleague of the Year after being nominated by CMA general manager Lee Swindells.


National Award For Bolton Parts Advisor

Finance Business News - Healthy Investment has added three new members to its team, bolstering its customer service and back-office teams.


Healthy Investment bolsters back-office and customer service teams

Property Business News - A family firm of builders that has quietly grown its business to a current workforce of more than 60 people, with a fleet of 35 vans, has struck a partnership deal with an acclaimed development business.


Thriving construction and property businesses in partnership move

Marketing Business News - Is every day now going to be dress down Fridays A couple of early wins for Ubiquity in the move back to organising face to face events for PR clients this summer got Joel Jelen thinking.


Is everyday going to be dress down Fridays as face to face events re-emerge?

Food Business News - Charity marathon runner Jonathan Lamb is enjoying the sweet taste of success by sucking on Uncle Joe s Mint Balls whilst competing in races. The 55-year-old from Wigan swears by the slow release of sugar and flavour to boost his energy levels and prevent his mouth from getting dry.


Uncle Joe's Mint Balls Give Charity Marathon Runner The Sweet Taste Of Succe

Property Business News - A new report from a North West planning and development consultancy lifts the lid on the state of the region s town centres and funding driving regeneration and job creation. The Moving on up Levelling up town centres across Northern England Insight report by Manchester firm Lichfields, comes at a time of seismic change for local cities and towns.


New report highlights fresh hope and opportunity for North West towns

Retail Business News - A shop owner who is a leading voice for independent retailers has won a top accolade in an awards scheme backed by main sponsor Bromleys Solicitors, based in Tameside, Greater Manchester.


Val bags top accolade at awards for independent retailers

Finance Business News - Sapien kicked off its venture ambitions by leading a six-figure funding round for Manchester based sports VR company, Rezzil to support the development of its consumer platform, launching on Facebook s Oculus Quest platform in Summer 2021.


Sapien launches to help establish start-ups and accelerate early-stage ventures

Health Business News - Pain Point Coach has been especially visible in New Brighton and Crosby of late, mostly owing to their new venture known as Beach Boxing.


Beach Boxing for mental health takes off in Liverpool

Technology Business News - VROMO, which provides restaurants with a ground-breaking software-as-a-service SaaS platform to manage restaurant food delivery, has identified the exact sweet spot for profitable restaurant delivery, that it s calling the ideal delivery doughnut . The company analysed data from users of its platform and found that deliveries within 2.


2.14 Miles Is The Sweet Spot For Profit

Leisure Business News - A 7m indoor attraction based on the blockbuster ITV show I m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will open at MediaCityUK later this month following a 32-week project by principal contractor MC Construction.


MC Construction scales the heights at new I'm a Celebrity attraction

Marketing Business News - Established 1966, BRITA employs over 2,000 people worldwide and is represented in over 70 countries on all five continents with production sites in Germany, Great Britain, Italy and China. Over 20 billion litres of water run through BRITA products every year.


Novi Wins BRITA VIVREAU Contract

Finance Business News - Here John Winstanley, Chartered Financial Planner, at Clarion Wealth Planning talks about how Clarion approaches things a little differently, thinking not just of the wealthy individuals but their families as well, aiming to create better lives for successful family people who value trusted advice.


Taking a cross-generational approach to financial planning

Technology Business News - The partnership will see Access create a new brand identity and positioning, a new website design, the creation of visual assets and video, and lead generation through e-marketing and social media.


Stanlow Terminals appoints Access as digital partner

Technology Business News - GPS vehicle tracker specialist Trackershop has claimed that new figures are indicating that top of the range caravans, motorhomes and campervans are now being coveted by criminals as much as high-end luxury cars, due to the overwhelming demand for these types of vehicles in the UK and relative ease of which they can be stolen when not in use.


Thieves Want Motorhomes As Much As Supercars








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