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Lorna McCann





Technology Business News - Serchem, which is based at Hortonwood and is celebrating 40 years in business, is a supplier of specialist chemical cleaning products to the healthcare, catering and hospitality sectors and is a recognised market leader in the fields of decontamination and endoscopy, working with both NHS and private health providers.


Digital investment to drive global growth for Telford chemical company

Live nature lessons prove a hit with school children

By Lorna McCann

Feb 10 2021 03:02PM

Charity Business News - The Field Studies Council launched its PrimaryNatureLive series of lessons on February 4 with more than 1,000 viewers tuning in to learn about What to do on a walk with tutors from FSC Flatford Mill in Suffolk.


Live nature lessons prove a hit with school children

Charity Business News - Starting on February 2, the PrimaryNatureLive programme will encourage children to get outside and explore their local wildlife, learn about the environment and discover the secrets to building an outdoor shelter. There will be five lessons in total and all sessions will be broadcast on the FSC YouTube channel at 10.


UK charity to broadcast live nature lessons for primary school pupils

Technology Business News - Clickingmad, based at Castle Terrace in Bridgnorth, had its best ever year in 2020 after securing and delivering projects for several new contracts including Ascot Lloyd, one of the UK s fastest growing independent financial advice firms and UK manufacturer Tension Control Bolts.


Unprecedented demand for digital drives new appointments for web agency

Charity Business News - Landau, which has its headquarters based in Wellington, Shropshire, is a leading provider of supported employment and training. Since becoming a registered charity in 1995, it has helped young people and adults across the UK to create meaningful and fulfilling futures for themselves by supporting them into long-term employment.


West Midlands charity marks 25 years with inspirational new book

Charity Business News - Bridgnorth-based website design agency Clickingmad will split the significant sum of money between Music Therapy Works, a West Midlands charity providing music therapy to children and adults with special needs the Stroke Association, which supports people s recovery following a stroke U...


Music charity strikes a chord with Shropshire web agency

Technology Business News - In any given year, there would usually be several key events taking place across the UK giving businesses the opportunity to network, meet industry partners and showcase their latest products.


UK farm machinery supplier set for continued success thanks to web experts

Charity Business News - Landau, a leading charity for supported employment and training, launched the Take-2 initiative for its own 70 employees earlier this month, encouraging them to take two hours off work each week to exercise and relax. It now wants employers right across the region to follow suit to improve the mental health of workers.


Employers urged to adopt Take-2 initiative to improve wellbeing of workers

UK facing a 'lost generation of learners'

By Lorna McCann

Oct 28 2020 01:04PM

Charity Business News - That was the warning today from a leading UK charity which welcomes 150,000 students each year to its residential centres as Scotland announced 2m in support for the outdoor education sector. The Field Studies Council FSC welcomed Scotland s intervention and is urging governments in England and Wales to follow suit.


UK facing a 'lost generation of learners'

Technology Business News - Bridgnorth-based Clickingmad has seen a significant rise over the last 12 months in the number of its projects which have involved building and translating websites for international markets.


Web company urges businesses to 'Go International' with new campaign

Arts Business News - The Killing of Tracey Titmass is the writer s third novel and it will be officially launched during a virtual event on October 29 to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month which runs throughout October.


Wirral author publishes new book to support breast cancer patients

Food Business News - Drapers Hall Restaurant in Saint Mary s Place set up its new online service in less than 24 hours after the Government ordered a full shut down of cafes and restaurants to avoid unnecessary spread of Covid-19.


Not-for-profit food delivery venture supports Shrewsbury townsfolk

Property Business News - Quadrant Hall which houses up to 105 students in flats of seven or 14 has been sold to a Chinese investor in an off-market deal negotiated by Bromwich Hardy partner James Brookes. The 34,000 sq ft former YMCA building, in Manor House Drive, will continue to be operated as student accommodation under the deal.


Bromwich Hardy secures multi-million pound university accommodation deal

Property Business News - Andrew Cosnett, partner in Coventry-based commercial property specialist Bromwich Hardy, says the Iron Park development at Moxley, near Walsall, has generated huge interest even before any construction work on the 11 hectare site has started.


Major new industrial development an unrivalled opportunity

Health Business News - Cheshire s first ever dedicated family well-being spectacular, offering an all-day festival of workshops, demonstrations and activities will take place next month.


Cheshire's first dedicated family well-being festival heads to Burwardsley

Charity Business News - A firm of shipping specialists has become the first business to back a project aimed at enhancing literacy skills in rural primary schools. Telford-based Global Freight Services Ltd is sponsoring the Rural Schools Write Read Inspire Project which will take place this June.


Shipping firm backs rural literacy project in Shropshire schools

Food Business News - One of Shrewsbury s most historic and longest serving fine dining restaurants is aiming to become the town s go-to venue for casual dining.


Top Shrewsbury restaurant taps into casual dining market