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Chris Coates has joined South Yorkshire media training and PR consultancy Capital B Media as a junior account executive. Chris, aged 22, has joined after completing BA and Masters degrees in journalism at the University of Sheffield. Capital B Media’s clients are in the public, private and third sector. They include Barnsley Museums and Heritage Trust, Anxiety UK, Magna Science Adventure...
Sarah Louise Smith, of S L Social, invited others to join her at her launch event at the end of October at Pontis Italian Kitchen, Fox Valley (Stocksbridge) which celebrated local women in business as she sets out to inspire other women to set up their own business through Girl Tribe Gang, a members only collective for women who work...
Barnsley accountants Gibson Booth are holding their regular post-Budget breakfast briefing to explain how the changes may affect local businesses. The free event will take place on Friday 24th November, two days after Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond presents his Autumn Budget. Accountancy and tax experts from Gibson Booth will provide a summary of the main issues raised by the...
Hot topics currently impacting Yorkshire businesses will be debated at the YEN Expo 2017 conference taking place at Bradford College’s David Hockney building on Monday 6 November. One of the contentious issues on the agenda is Devolution and the Northern Powerhouse – with a panel of political and business leaders lined up to tackle the issues and their impact on...
Calderdale Council is looking at how it can continue to provide a modern, relevant and financially sustainable library service for local residents. At the meeting of Calderdale Council's Cabinet on Monday 6 November, members will look at a process for reviewing the community library network, ensuring it provides a high quality service and meets the needs of residents across the...
A new partnership at a Halifax school will enable local community groups to make use of its sports and performing arts facilities on evenings, weekends and during school holidays.  North Halifax Grammar School has joined forces with School Lettings Solutions (SLS) to manage its facilities and provide leisure venues for various activities, such as fitness classes, dance workshops and craft groups. SLS partners with...
A trainee chef from Kirklees College will get to see the cake she designed go on sale after winning a regional competition. Caitlin Watson, 17, from Elland, came first in the competition run by Barnsley-based catering supply company Windsor Foodservice. Now, the chocolate salted caramel tart she created will be added to the company's 'Pete's Patisserie' dessert range. Caitlin, who is studying...
Huddersfield based Ramsdens Solicitors LLP has been awarded the 'Law Firm of the Year' Award (11-30 partners) at the Yorkshire Legal Awards. Paul Joyce, Managing Partner said: "We are very proud to have claimed one of the most prestigious awards at this year's Yorkshire Legal Awards. This is the third time we have won this category after winning in 2011...
The finalists in this year’s prestigious Rotherham Youth Enterprise Awards have been announced with ten aspiring young entrepreneurs competing to win the overall title of ‘Rotherham’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year’ – and a £1,000 prize to support the continued growth of their enterprise – at an awards ceremony at Magna Science Adventure Centre on November 13th. Those shortlisted included...
A funding injection from Barnsley-based Copier Systems Ltd will help provide specialist compassionate care for patients at Barnsley Hospice. Photocopier suppliers Copier Systems, based in Darton, raised over £500 for the hospice at their annual golf day in October. The donation will help the hospice provide specialist care for people affected by a life-limiting illness, including cancer, motor neurone disease and...
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