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  • Reasons to be cheerful in 2016 for county auction firm - Shropshire Business Today
    their operations There are many diverse farm businesses which are not totally reliant on agriculture for their income and have been selling development land to fund new investments If you go back two or three years investors were buying land because it was inflating in value added Mr Willcock Land is still a secure long term investment but it is unlikely to significantly inflate in value in the next few years Halls has held a series of successful machinery and property sales during 2015 and the company has already been instructed to conduct four dispersal sales of farm machinery next spring Mr Willcock said the company s estate agency experience and expertise was continuing to pay dividends after another successful year Good estate agents tend to do better when the market is more challenging because they have the experience to understand the criteria that make properties valuable he added The residential letting department continues to grow as more young people rent accommodation because they are unable to afford to become property owners He expects this trend to continue during 2016 Mr Willcock reported a busy year for the company s commercial property department which is now firmly established in Shropshire Wales and the West Midlands for selling letting and managing property The potential for investment in commercial property in the West Midlands remains very good The fine art department which had invested in new expertise in various specialist areas had held a series of successful auctions including the memorable Felix Dennis Estate auction in Dorsington near Stratford upon Avon which realised in excess of 1 million We are hoping to attract other similar estate auctions following the success of the Felix Dennis auction in September added Mr Willcock Certain areas of the antiques market remain challenging but we are optimistic

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/reasons-to-be-cheerful-in-2016-for-county-auction-firm/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Care company says it with flowers on 'Blue Monday' - Shropshire Business Today
    or care nursing homes Recently the company has become involved with an Integrated Community Services project through the NHS and Shropshire Council whereby support workers employed by Bluebird Care work with customers who have just left hospital to get them back on their feet and avoid having to go back in This helps the NHS free up beds and re able people so their care can be reduced and they can become more independent All of these new customers will also be receiving a bunch of flowers which are being sourced from The Black Pearl in Coleham Shrewsbury Claire Flavell Registered Care Manager at Bluebird Care based in Bayston Hill Shrewsbury said On Blue Monday people are asked to do small acts of kindness towards eachother and we felt that this was a small gesture we could do to show all of our customers and their families how much we care and try and bring a smile to their faces Some of our customers can be very lonely as they cope with various physical mental and emotional difficulties and though I know our care staff do a brilliant job at this time of year with Christmas over and such dreary days we wanted to do something which might go some way to cheering them and their families up It will hopefully bring a little bit of Spring to them early Audrey Altman whose husband William has been looked after by Bluebird Care said I think this is a truly wonderful thing Bluebird are doing We have always found the care staff provide a first rate service and are so kind and caring in their work but to go this extra mile by bringing everyone flowers is just the nicest thing It has certainly brought a smile to both our faces

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/care-company-says-it-with-flowers-on-blue-monday/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Cash boost for rural cinema programme - Shropshire Business Today
    was chosen to receive the 1 000 donation and says it will go towards taking entertainment out to rural Shropshire The group is the latest organisation to receive funding from the housebuilder In total 24 000 will be donated by Persimmon Homes West Midlands region by March 2016 It is a slice of 750 000 that is being given away by the company nationally Ian Kerry spokesperson for the group said Arts Alive and Flicks in the Sticks provides high quality arts and film events in village halls working in partnership with local promoters These events not only provide people living in a rural area access to cultural activities but more importantly they provide a greater degree of social activity This is very important at a time when many communities are facing the closure of pubs and post offices and public transport is being cut heavily Tim Brickley director in charge of Persimmon Homes West Midlands said Arts Alive and Flicks in the Sticks clearly offers a much needed service for these communities and we are more than happy to support them Persimmon Homes West Midlands has had a fantastic response to its Community Champions scheme and it is always a difficult choice from so many worthy causes If people were unsuccessful last month we urge them to visit the Persimmon Homes website and to try again and hopefully they will become our next Community Champion To nominate and to find out about the terms and conditions people can visit www persimmonhomes com charity SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Three year hospice contract for Shropshire law firm Next article Property specialists at the double in Telford Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the

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  • Offices for rent in Market Drayton town centre - Shropshire Business Today
    totalling 1 551 square feet at 2 Morlands House High Street Market Drayton are available to rent for 6 per square foot per annum The offices can be let as a whole or as smaller suites The first floor has five rooms a kitchenette lounge area and a WC while the second floor has three further rooms The accommodation provides flexible space which can be let as a whole or as smaller suites said James Evans manager of Halls Commercial s busy Shrewsbury office The property is positioned on the corner of the High Street facing towards Cheshire Street in a historic part of the town Viewing is by appointment with either Mr Evans or Rebecca Welch at Halls Commercial on 01743 450700 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Property specialists at the double in Telford Next article Oswestry marketing agency scores with football contract Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a business boost Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/offices-for-rent-in-market-drayton-town-centre/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Telecoms man Rob makes it a merry Christmas for local youngsters - Shropshire Business Today
    reflects exactly what Fluid is about My football career started over in Birmingham I then went on to play semi professional for Solihull and Tamworth among others so football has always been a big part of my life Fluid is at an exciting time right now as we start to franchise the business across the UK so I wanted to do something to demonstrate that I am still committed to Shropshire and our current customers too you can t get more local than your local football team The team has been handed their new shirts with the Fluid Network Solutions logo boldly in place on their chest The Shrewsbury Up and Comers FC Eagles Under 12s were formed in 2011 at Under 8 level and are now in their 5th season They play in the Under 12 Green division of the Shropshire Junior Football League and by all accounts the squad of players are a committed team who always give their best Manager Dylan Stephens said We are really pleased Rob has decided to invest in us It is a huge boost to the team and they have all said how great they think the new shirts are they look very smart and everyone is pleased Our main aim is to provide the opportunity for the players to develop their football and social skills in an enjoyable and safe environment Developing friendships teamwork respect and fair play are the values so our new partnership with Fluid is ideal Sharon Mapp of Radbrook whose son Joseph plays in the team said They have been very excited I think it is definitely important for local businesses to support teams like this and the boys are very grateful Caroline Rees assistant manager said In five years they have never had their own kits

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/telecoms-man-rob-makes-it-a-merry-christmas-for-local-youngsters/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Elliot is named carpentry apprentice of the year - Shropshire Business Today
    and will be for the rest of my life Eventually I would like to run my own construction business The Apprenticeship is well taught both at the College and on site with English Construction I have already learnt a lot and the tutors are knowledgeable and really push to get the best from you I am really pleased to have won this award and think it will help me go forwards in my career Nathan started an Apprenticeship himself through the College in 2006 which he finished with English Construction Ltd in 2009 Since then Nathan worked his way up through the company to become construction manager where he now oversees the work of over 20 tradespeople and three apprentices including Elliot who are all training through Shrewsbury College In 2011 Nathan was crowned the regional winner of the Federation of Master Builders Apprentice of the Year Award and in October this year he was crowned the national runner up in the Youth Build Young Builder of the Year 2015 competition and collected his award at The Houses of Parliament in Westminster Of Elliot s award he said I entered Elliot into these awards because he is a brilliant apprentice What makes him so good is his ability to handle jobs on his own I can trust his skills and ability if I send him to a job to manage alone which is a real achievement seeing as he won t finish his Apprenticeship until next year We are really proud of him for winning this award Stuart Raine Curriculum Leader for Construction Trades at Shrewsbury College said This is fantastic for Elliot He has worked really hard while at College and it s brilliant to hear such positive feedback about how he doing on site and making such a

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/elliot-is-named-carpentry-apprentice-of-the-year/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Tasty export contacts for Shropshire confectioner - Shropshire Business Today
    earlier this year said she hoped the visit would be the catalyst for the company s plan to start exporting for the first time She said You learn so much from other people and make surprising contacts I met someone who is putting me in touch with a Japanese wholesaler and I also identified a German company that has a store in Latvia who now have my product thanks to the British Embassy It takes an investment of time and effort but it is worth it to see the potential growth for the business It was a great confidence builder for reaching out to overseas markets I couldn t recommend enough an Export Insight Visit for any business that is thinking of exporting Christine Hamilton acting regional director of UK Trade and Investment West Midlands UKTI said that this was the third year West Midlands companies had been able to explore the possibilities of exporting on such a trip which is vital to help small organisations see the huge opportunity and support available to them She said The early indications are that there is appetite for the quality products made by Champion Reeves Ltd like so many other British suppliers and illustrates just what can be achieved on an Export Insight Visit even by a small company with no prior experience of exporting These visits offer companies the opportunity to get in front of the right people in a new market and can start the ball rolling when it comes to exporting The next Export Insight Visits to take place is The Hague on February 16 18 For more information on how an Export Insight Visit could help your business attract a new market contact the West Midlands International Trade Hotline on enquiries uktiwm co uk or 44 0 345

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  • Still time to enter Excellence In Business Awards as deadline is extended - Shropshire Business Today
    said There are some terrific entries in already but we know that there are some businesses which are still putting together their nominations Extending the deadline gives everybody who wants to be part of this wonderful occasion the opportunity to do so and ensures that we have the absolute cream of the crop vying for the awards on offer We re all excited about the third annual Excellence In Business Awards Everybody who has attended the previous two ceremonies will vouch for the fact that this is a wonderful occasion that celebrates all that s fantastic about our local business community The categories on offer include Best Place to Work sponsored by Star Employment Services Customer Champion sponsored by Rybrook BMW Shrewsbury Excellence in Learning and Skills sponsored by TCAT and Young Business of the Year sponsored by University of Wolverhampton To ensure that businesses of all sizes can get involved this year will see the introduction of the Micro Business of the Year Awards sponsored by the Shropshire Star and the Small to Medium Sized Business of the Year sponsored by Greenhous Group The vital agricultural sector will be recognised in the Farming Business of the Year award sponsored by Higgs Sons while fresh thinking and technology will be highlighted in the Growth and Innovation category sponsored by Proto Labs The blue riband Business of the Year Award sponsored by Enterprise Flex E Rent is the biggest award up for grabs and will be handed to the business showing the strongest all round performance For full details of all the categories and details of how to register for the awards visit www shropshire eiba co uk SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article New home for long established Shrewsbury architects Next article Tasty export contacts for Shropshire confectioner Carl Jones

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/still-time-to-enter-excellence-in-business-awards-as-deadline-is-extended/ (2016-02-16)
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