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Wakefield Council is holding a Careers Evening to give young people the opportunity to speak to employers, get career advice and see what apprenticeships are on offer in the district. The Wakefield Careers Evening is taking place at Unity Works on Wednesday 27 April, 5pm to 8pm. The event will provide young people from the district with information on how apprenticeships...
Yorkshire housebuilder Strata has agreed a deal with English Cities Fund (ECf) to deliver 116 new homes as part of the Merchant Gate masterplan in the centre of Wakefield. The new residential development, located close to Wakefield Westgate railway station on a former surface car park, secured planning consent in December last year. The scheme will comprise 100 two-bedroom townhouses...
New poll finds 4 in 5 Australians want more Poms to emigrate The long-lived rivalry between Poms and Aussies is as old as time, but now it seems Brits are in hot demand in the land Down Under. A new survey, commissioned by Crown Relocations polled 1,000 Australians living in Australia and highlighted a surprising demand for more Brits to join...
Close Brothers Invoice Finance, part of Close Brothers Group plc, has announced the appointment of Leanne Dawson as Regional Sales Director in the North West. Leanne brings to the role more than 12 years’ experience in the banking and finance industry, gained at Yorkshire Bank, RBS Invoice Finance and most recently at Aldermore Bank where she was Regional Sales Manager for the...
BEING asked to create a dazzling white smile for a blushing bride is pressure enough, but for Catherine McCanny of St Michael’s Orthodontics, the pressure was tripled, when three brides-to-be contacted her Wakefield practice within weeks of each other, all wanting pearly whites for their big day. Rather than being overwhelmed Catherine, and her all female team banished their own...
Barnsley smashed its targets for economic growth in the last twelve months and attracted nearly three times more new businesses to the borough than expected. Official figures show property enquiries from companies interested in relocating were up more than 50 per cent on the previous year and led directly to 23 new businesses moving to Barnsley. This means Barnsley achieved its...
Recent studies have highlighted that sitting down for too long is a 'silent killer’. A report published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (June 2015) recommends that workers find ways to stand for at least two, and at best four, hours every day. I work in a small business in Wakefield and spend 80-90% of my day sat down....
Barnsley College is inviting schools from across the region to discover how a Sport and PE Apprentice can enhance their sport provision at an open evening on Wednesday 27 April 2016, 4.30pm – 6.00pm. Attendees will find out how PE and Sport Apprentices can develop provision in both primary and secondary schools. Apprentices can provide activity leadership at breakfast, dinner...
Wakefield based education and training recruitment service has partnered with two leading UK companies to provide online English Language Courses and support to run your own business. Providing flexibility so that study can be completed at the time to suit you. Products can be bought separately or as a bundle (discount available) and both come with a 7 day money...
Leading regional airline, Flybe announces details of fourth new route under UK Government’s Regional Air Connectivity Fund. Operating three times a week from 28th October, 2016, this is the fourth and final Flybe route to be announced under the fund. Tickets are available for booking now at www.flybe.com with one way fares from £19.99 including taxes and charges. The new...
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