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Retail Business News - The Masham-based brewery has seen an influx of nationwide orders, as drinkers adhere to the stay at home advice from the government and explore new ways of buying beer. Black Sheep has experienced an increase of more than 1500 percent in online sales since pubs closed on 20th March, compared to the same period last year.


Black Sheep Brewery sees 1500% increase in online sales as customers follow stay at home guidance

Fly-tipping during pandemic poses even more risk

By Ella Cawthorne

Apr 14 2020 12:00AM

Health Business News - Thirteen has warned that fly-tipping during the coronavirus crisis is even more irresponsible and dangerous than under normal circumstances. The housing company has released shocking images showing a recent spate of fly-tipping in neighbourhoods across the Tees Valley.


Fly-tipping during pandemic poses even more risk

Recruitment Business News - Acquired by Vertu Motors plc in 2015, online car parts retailer Aceparts has employed apprentices across a range of disciplines including sales, data management and accounts. It currently has two apprentices in the business and plans to recruit two more over the next few weeks.


Aceparts recognised for quality of apprenticeship training

Local AM grilled by care facility residents

By Ella Cawthorne

Mar 10 2020 12:00AM

Health Business News - Residents had the opportunity to chat with Mr Gething, the AM for South Cardiff and Penarth who also serves as cabinet secretary for health and social care in the assembly, about their experiences of living with disability. He also took part in an arts and crafts session run by Creative Mojo.


Local AM grilled by care facility residents

Deddington care home resident given freedom with new wheels

By Ella Cawthorne

Mar 03 2020 12:00AM

Health Business News - Elsie Clist, 87, has had mobility problems for several years and needed a hoist to get out of bed, so often chose to remain in her room. During the summer months, she longed to go outside but due her condition, leaning posture , she was advised to use a specialised wheelchair.


Deddington care home resident given freedom with new wheels

Retail Business News - Colleagues and stock from nearby Robins amp Day Peugeot, which is closing its vehicle sales and service operations, have transferred to the new dealership, which will complement the Group s existing Nissan, SEAT, Dacia, Citroen, Honda, Skoda and Renault outlets in the city.


Bristol Street Motors invests in new Derby Peugeot dealership

More than 150 hotels signed up for Charity Escapes service

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 28 2020 12:00AM

Leisure Business News - More than 150 hotel businesses across the UK and Europe are now working with Charity Escapes, raising more than 350,000 for charities and boosting their marketing and brand profile through voucher donations.


More than 150 hotels signed up for Charity Escapes service

Health Business News - Joylyn Allison, 58, who is a team leader at the service and Yommy Gbadebo Dada, 50, who is a senior support worker, both achieved a distinction in the level 3 qualification. The home, based on Florfield Road, provides specialist care services for residents with complex learning difficulties and special needs.


Youre never too old to learn! Hackney carers complete apprenticeships in their 50s

Major film production planning North East location filming

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 25 2020 12:00AM

Leisure Business News - Although currently top-secret, an award-winning Hollywood director and several household name actors including Sir Derek Jacobi, James Cosmo, Frances Barber and Liam Neeson s son, Micheal Richardson, have been linked to the project, with rushes already filmed at Wynyard Hall being kept firmly unde...


Major film production planning North East location filming

Health Business News - The service provides accommodation for up to five individuals, living with complex needs in five self-contained flats. It enables individuals with needs including autism, learning difficulties or mental health conditions to live independently, allowing residents to have choice and control in their day to day lives.


Barton complex needs service reopens after significant £800k refurbishment

Charity Business News - With Charity Escapes simple and transparent business model, charities can secure stand out prizes for their fundraising events, helping them raise as much money as possible whilst saving valuable time and resources.


Over 230 UK charities have benefited from Charity Escapes service

Local MP reminisces with care home residents

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 17 2020 12:00AM

Health Business News - Residents had the opportunity to chat with Sir Jenkin about current affairs, their views on the local area and what will happen now the UK has left the European Union. Commenting on his visit, Sir Bernard Jenkin said It was great to visit Great Horkesley Manor and look around the lovely home.


Local MP reminisces with care home residents

Health Business News - Bull Point in Barne Barton, Plymouth, is a specialist provider of residential services for people with an autistic spectrum disorder its principles reflect the need for people with learning disabilities and autism to live meaningful lives that include control, choice, and independence.


Fun and creative staff provide outstanding care at Plymouth care facility

The Fans Museum scores with Vansdirect donation

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 13 2020 12:00AM

Charity Business News - With support from Bristol Street Motors, the national online van retailer has donated a Mercedes Benz Vito Tourer to the museum to enable it to continue to visit venues across the country including schools, hospitals and care homes.


The Fans Museum scores with Vansdirect donation

Running to raise for Dementia UK

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 04 2020 12:00AM

Charity Business News - John Barker, who lives in Newcastle will take to the streets of Manchester on Sunday 5 April to raise money for Dementia UK. Dementia UK provides specialist dementia support for families through its Admiral Nurses.


Running to raise for Dementia UK

Owner of Ovenu Bristol-East celebrates top rated reviews

By Ella Cawthorne

Feb 04 2020 12:00AM

Leisure Business News - The owner of oven valeting company Ovenu Bristol-East is celebrating after achieving 100 positive online reviews. David Manning, who established the business in August 2016, received an overall average rating of 4.9 out of five-stars on review platform TRUSTist.


Owner of Ovenu Bristol-East celebrates top rated reviews

Legal Business News - Latimer Hinks Solicitors in Darlington is calling for stricter safeguarding rules to be considered when creating a lasting power of attorney LPA , as investigations into the actions of appointed attorneys reach a record high, suggesting that financial abuse of vulnerable people by those acting on their behalf is on the rise.


Darlington law firm calls for safer safeguarding for the affairs of vulnerable people

Leisure Business News - Simon Bailes Peugeot has handed over the keys to its first customer to buy the all-new 208 at a special launch event. Chris Yellow who has only bought Peugeot for the past 22 years - spotted the award-winning hatchback at the Stockton dealership and after a test drive signed the deal.


Chris is first to drive away in all-new 208 after Simon Bailes Peugeot launch event

Finance Business News - Hilton Smythe Group, a business broker and financing company, is hoping to bring home a trophy in the Federation of Small Businesses FSB North West awards. The Bolton-based firm is one of six businesses to be shortlisted in the Digital e-commerce Business of the Year category.


Bolton business broker competes for North West business award

Construction Business News - TT2 Limited, the operator of the Tyne Tunnels, is advising customers to allow extra time for journeys this weekend as the northbound tunnel is set to close for essential maintenance. Customers will be directed to use the southbound tunnel, which will operate as both north and southbound crossing, while the maintenance takes place.


Tyne Tunnel staff urge motorists to allow extra time during essential maintenance closure