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Shrewsbury nursery set to undergo transformation

By | 2020-01-05T07:02:05+00:00 January 5th, 2020|Blog, Business News, Education|

Juliet and her family A Shrewsbury nursery has revealed plans to transform its site and welcome a new face to overhaul its offerings in 2020. The Hollies site in Sutton Road is the former home of Shropshire’s county training services and the new home of Childcare at The Hollies. In 2020 the three-storey building, which dates back to

Hometyre signs up as latest ‘builder’

By | 2020-01-05T07:02:19+00:00 January 5th, 2020|Blog, Business News|

Andy Lawrence, of Hometyre, with Adam Siviter, of Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust. A national mobile tyre fitting company, which was founded in Shropshire almost 20 years ago, is the latest firm to get behind a £1m fundraising campaign in the county. Hometyre, which has provided tyre services across the county since 2003, has signed up to Ironbridge Gorge Museum

Shropshire HR firm shortlisted for national award

By | 2019-11-03T09:55:24+00:00 November 9th, 2019|Blog, Business News|

Niamh Kelly, director of the HR Department Shropshire. A Shropshire woman who launched her own HR business just 18 months ago has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award. Niamh Kelly, from Shrewsbury, is one of 11 finalists named in the Best New Business category in the National Business Women’s Awards - now in its second year. The

Security warning from Shropshire company as hundreds of motorhomes and caravans go into storage for winter

By | 2019-11-03T09:52:56+00:00 November 8th, 2019|Blog, Business News|

A Shropshire firm is urging owners to toughen up on motorhome security as they prepare to put them into storage for winter following a spike in thefts over the summer. Motorhomes are highly desirable targets for thieves and bosses at Bulldog Security Products, based in Much Wenlock, today said many of these thefts could be avoided by taking a few

Shropshire security firm launches new home alarm system

By | 2019-11-03T09:32:15+00:00 November 5th, 2019|Blog, Business News|

A leading Shropshire security firm has developed its own bespoke alarm system which can be fitted by homeowners in under 60 minutes. The insurance-rated system eliminates installation fees, the need for costly service and rental contracts, emergency callout fees and additional extras often hidden in basic offers designed to lure in customers. The Bulldog Secure Alarm has been developed by

Shropshire firm Pure Telecom launches exclusive new product

By | 2019-11-03T09:26:05+00:00 November 3rd, 2019|Blog, Business News|

A Shropshire telecommunications company has launched an exclusive new product - and it looks like it’s making all the right connections with customers. Pure Telecom, based on Shrewsbury Business Park, is rolling out Pure VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) after addressing concerns regarding other products currently on the market. The firm says Pure VoIP is a hosted system with a

Ironbridge auction goes online

By | 2019-10-23T12:44:43+00:00 October 23rd, 2019|Business News, Charity|

An online silent auction to raise funds to conserve the future of Ironbridge’s heritage buildings is now live. The auction has been launched as part of the Ironbridge by Moonlight dinner being held at Enginuity on Thursday (24th October 2019). Hundreds of guests will be dining in the shadow of the Museum of the Moon exhibition, measuring seven metres in

By | 2019-10-09T18:48:15+00:00 October 10th, 2019|Blog, Business News|

The Champagne is flowing as staff celebrate working for a Shropshire firm with the golden touch. Pure Telecom in Shrewsbury has received the Investors in People (IIP) Gold Accreditation - going one step beyond its previous best of silver and making the company one of only 7% of IIP accredited organisations to achieve this award. The accreditation is based on

Shropshire director marks 30 years at family firm

By | 2019-10-06T10:11:34+00:00 October 6th, 2019|Blog, Business News|

Richard Hughes, of Chrisbeon, and his son Tom. A lot of things have changed over the past 30 years - and Shropshire Business Chrisbeon is most definitely one of them. 1989 was the year that Madonna’s Like a Prayer hit the charts, Licence to Kill hit the cinemas and the Berlin Wall came down…. It was also the

Shropshire lawyers hike for charity

By | 2019-09-30T17:48:38+00:00 October 1st, 2019|Blog, Business News, Charity|

Team Lanyon Bowdler at the summit of Snowdon. A team from Lanyon Bowdler have gone the extra mile in their support of a county hospital by taking part in a special fundraising event. The team of 13 raised more than £1,300 after climbing Snowdon in the fourth annual Snowpaedic Challenge, with the money going to the new Veterans