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Retail Business News - The 47-year-old has enlisted the help of Edward Miller, who previously worked as a commercial contract cleaner, struggling to make ends meet on a minimum wage zero hours contract. Sandra, who met the 49-year-old and recognised his obvious skillset, promptly offered him a job as a subcontractor.

Former army medic Sandra takes on new recruit to meet demand for oven cleaning

Retail Business News - Rob Burkitt, who only launched the business in October, chose to help the Homeless in Teignbridge Support HITS foodbank. The father-of-three initially raised 235.50, which included a client s 10 donation, before rounding the figure up to 250. With the addition of gift aid, he was able to hand over 312.

Robs oven cleaning effort raises more than £300 for South Devon foodbank

Charity Business News - Rebecca Baldwin and Sam Wagner have entered the competition, being run by Daisy Chain, to win a wedding package, worth thousands of pounds, which is being provided by local businesses and will be hosted at Hardwick Hall Hotel.

Couple dreams of winning wedding in charity fundraising initiative

Retail Business News - Rob Burkitt, 33, who only launched his business last month, reacted to the effects caused by the latest lockdown by backing Homeless in Teignbridge Support HITS Foodbank.

Ovenu Newton Abbot boss pledges 10% of Novembers takings to South Devon foodban

Retail Business News - Tom Mungall started out on the tools and, with a background in mechanical engineering, eventually moved into a managerial role but had begun to grow weary of the long hours on the road, travelling to building sites across the South East and London.

Tom builds upon construction experience to launch oven valeting business

Charity Business News - To be in with a chance of winning, entrants must raise a minimum of 500 for the charity, which will bag them a ticket in the raffle draw. Each 500 raised is worth one ticket, meaning if they raise 1,500, they will receive three entries in the draw.

Lockdown 2.0 will not ruin Teesside couples chances at dream wedding says cha

Leisure Business News - This was the first time the hotel had faced such a tight deadline to organise a wedding ceremony and reception. Lisa and Paul Ruddy, who have been together three-and-a-half years and live in Catterick Garrison, were due to get married at the Southend Avenue venue on Saturday November 7.

48-hour wedding as happy couple tie knot at Bannatyne Hotel Darlington

Health Business News - Residents took part in nail-biting bushtucker trials , whilst competing to win dingo dollars , which could be traded in for their choice of delicious treats. Unlike the TV hit, there wasn t a camel s toe or a fish eye in sight. Instead, residents were challenged to blind taste tests .

Appleby care home residents compete for reign of the jungle

Yarm School pupils upcycling fun

By Rosie Earl

Oct 14 2020 11:33AM

Environment Business News - Pupils were tasked with finding something that they no longer used and upcycle it into something they would be more likely to use. The winners of the competition were Amy Willis, 15, and Megan Broadhead, 15, who upcycled pallets making a bench for colleagues at Amy s dad s company, First Choice Labels.

Yarm School pupils upcycling fun

Win your dream wedding with Teesside autism charity

By Rosie Earl

Oct 12 2020 11:53AM

Charity Business News - Couples across the North East are invited to raise funds for local autism charity, Daisy Chain, to be in with a chance of winning their dream wedding. The whole wedding package, with a value of thousands of pounds, has been provided by local businesses and will be hosted at Hardwick Hall Hotel.

Win your dream wedding with Teesside autism charity

Technology Business News - Over 60 of COVID-19 positive patients have shown gastrointestinal symptoms and the SARS-CoV-2 virus found in their faecal samples. Sampling wastewater from households has the potential to provide an early warning system for localised outbreaks in communities and help to control the spread of this disease.

Aptamer Group advances COVID-19 testing capabilities with Integumen

Darlington Hotel launches work from here package

By Rosie Earl

Oct 08 2020 09:56AM

Leisure Business News - It has been estimated that half the UK s workforce is likely to work primarily from home over the coming months. Many employees however would prefer to be back in the workplace but are unable to do so for a variety of reasons, particularly social distancing restrictions.

Darlington Hotel launches work from here package

Health Business News - To be shortlisted, entrants must display excellence in residential or nursing care for older people, with a focus on innovation and engagement with service users within a larger organisation.

Larchwood care nominated for prestigious industry award

Health Business News - Claire Jones 22 , Callum Robson 22 , Olivia Foody 24 , Dr. Matthew Thompson 28 , Lauren Webster 24 and Dr. Stephen Bentley 30 have joined the company at one of the most exciting times in its history.

York's Aptamer Group attracts top talent to its scientific team during COVID

Health Business News - Nellie Dando enjoyed a socially distanced party with fellow residents and staff, which included a cake and a card from the Queen. Nellie is a New Tredegar native, who moved to London as a teenager and returned home when she was older to care for her grandmother.

New Tredegar care home resident celebrates 105th birthday

Education Business News - Atticus Garlick, who is 17 and in Upper Sixth, submitted a philosophical essay answering the question Is intuition to philosophy as observation is to science All entries were assessed by university experts from Oxford, Cambridge, Princeton, Harvard and Chicago, who took into consideration in...

Yarm School pupils essay shortlisted in prestigious competition

Arts Business News - The show, by Tom Rolfe Productions, will be taking to the stage from 19th December to 22nd December. Bookings can be made over the phone from 10am on Friday 25th September on 01642 792587. Tickets are on special offer until 4th October at 11.50 each and will be 15 thereafter. Online bookings can be made from 12th October.

The show will go on at Yarms Princess Alexandra Auditorium

Charity Business News - The weekly sessions, held at the charity s day centre in Norton, offer adults with autism the chance to gain valuable skills and work experience, as well as an opportunity to connect with others and reduce loneliness and isolation.

Autism friendly gardening group formed for Teesside adults

Property Business News - The annual Gas Safety Week, which is coordinated by Gas Safe Register, sees organisations from across the UK working together to raise awareness of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances, which can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide CO poisoning.

Thirteen highlights risks and precautions during Gas Safety Week

Charity Business News - The charity has estimated a shortfall of 400,000 compared with last year, and the online store has been created in a bid to recoup lost funds caused by the pandemic. In 2015, the charity opened its superstore on Portrack Lane with the objective of recycling pre-loved items.

Innovative online designer store launched by Teesside autism charity

Charity Business News - He has urged other local charities to come together to form a kickstarter cluster to enable around 30 local youngsters to work in the third sector.

Autism charity boss urges sector to support Kickstart Scheme

Bannatyne Health Clubs in Scotland ready to reopen

By Rosie Earl

Aug 25 2020 11:19AM

Leisure Business News - The 11 Bannatyne Health Clubs in Scotland are ready to welcome back members on 31 August following the relaxing of lockdown restrictions.

Bannatyne Health Clubs in Scotland ready to reopen

Health Business News - Since March, residents at the home have been keeping in touch with their families virtually because visits to the home had been restricted to ensure the safety of residents.

Residents reunite with families in dedicated outdoor space

Bannatyne Health Clubs ready to reopen

By Rosie Earl

Jul 21 2020 11:39AM

Health Business News - The company has undertaken an extensive assessment of the COVID-19 infection risk to members and staff and has made changes to its working practices to reduce the risk as far as practicable and deliver first class, professional services.

Bannatyne Health Clubs ready to reopen

Autism lifeline reopens services

By Rosie Earl

Jul 20 2020 11:53AM

Charity Business News - The charity s day centre, farm and recently refurbished sensory play area based on Calf Fallow Lane, Norton, have undergone health and safety adaptations to enable families in the local area to return to the services.

Autism lifeline reopens services