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  • Top marks for TCAT business school's accountancy students - Shropshire Business Today
    Sue Burke said They are a fantastic group and we are looking forward to them completing in January with a 100 per cent success Celebrating their Basic Costing exam success are from left Gareth Thomas Jade Griffith and Sophie Price TCAT is currently enrolling for a new series of AAT courses at levels two three and four which start in February Sue Burke said We ve had a fantastic level two group this past year many of whom are hoping to continue studying with us at level three The 100 per cent success in their latest exams is a direct reflection of their hard work and dedication to the course But it is more than that they have also shown individual self motivation to not only pass the assessment but to achieve the highest possible criteria they can in each task Telford College s range of accounting qualifications prepare students for high profile roles in a range of industries in what is currently one of the fastest growing professional sectors in the UK Full time courses are available for 16 18 year olds who gain work skills as well as knowledge while part time courses are also offered for those seeking a career change or needing extra qualifications For details about the business school at TCAT and the new accounting courses beginning in February call 01952 642237 or see www tcat ac uk SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Eric the Turkey hoping to ruffle a few feathers watch the video here Next article Nut company helping firms to crack the export market 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

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  • New contract is just the tonic for Shropshire design agency - Shropshire Business Today
    credits To make the specially shaped labels even more distinctive designer Tristan specified white ink as well as full colour on top of special metallic silver paper The results show the title cogs and contraptions in a range of attractive metallic colours to help portray the high end nature of the export strength tipple The label company who printed them are entering it into a national competition which will be judged this time next year Gin has grown massively in popularity over recent years abroad as well as in the UK and it s hoped this prestigious crafted spirit with local beginnings will soon be available further afield The gin loving target audience will appreciate the quality ingredients including Wenlock Spring water and the multiple vapour infused botanicals Dave added Grain to glass is the message we re emphasising as we carefully produce it from scratch with barley whereas most distillers buy in the base alcohol The bottles complete with packing straw and wooden boxes are for sale or you can try before you buy and enjoy a measure or two of Revolution Gin at The Pheasant Wellington and The Fighting Cocks Oakengates The production of a single malt is also on the horizon with Voodoo Design already having designed the labels in keeping with the new Revolution corporate identity and steam punk style Earlier in the year Tristan had designed and printed personalised champagne labels for a company celebrating a landmark anniversary but this is the first time he has done a true dedicated bottle label There s not much left to do on the design bucket list Tristan reflected I ve done everything from magazines and billboards to aeroplane livery greetings cards and caricatures of celebrities I think there s only perfume or aftershave packaging I haven t

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  • Shropshire surveyor takes part in Downing Street talks - Shropshire Business Today
    Board and spent an hour and a half in discussions with policy advisers He was joined by RICS Head of ADR Research and Development Martin Burns The invitation to visit Number 10 follows on from meetings with the housing minister Brandon Lewis back in October where various ways to help speed up the planning process were discussed said Philip Meade of Davis Meade Property Consultants at Oswestry One area that the RICS have been looking at with the Government is resolving disputes over section 106 agreements These s 106 agreements are private agreements made between local authorities and developers to make developments acceptable in planning terms and are often the stumbling block to development Speeding up housing development was a key element of the Chancellor s budget and alternative dispute resolution using a third party is considered to be one way to speed up new housing development through the planning process he said Following the meeting at Downing Street the RICS working party of which Philip is a member will be putting together their proposals about how to resolve some of the hurdles in the planning procedure and will report back to the government housing team with their ideas It is intended to be a consultative process so anyone with any thoughts on these issues is very welcome to e mail any input to him on philipmeade dmpcuk com Philip took on his role as chairman RICS Dispute Resolution Professional Group in March 2015 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Flooding heartbreak focuses the mind on protection Next article New video celebrates life at Shrewsbury Market Hall watch it here 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

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  • Ellesmere development site on the market for £1.55million - Shropshire Business Today
    Ellesmere has outline planning permission for a mixed residential development of 57 units The site also includes a 6 800 square feet Grade II Listed former station building which is not part of the planning consent Agents Halls Commercial say the former station is an interesting building with great potential for conversion to eight residential apartments subject to planning consent The level site is within walking distance of the centre of the town which has an excellent range of local shopping recreational and educational facilities This is a superb development opportunity in one of the most sought after towns in Shropshire said James Evans manager of Halls Commercial s Shrewsbury office Residential properties on this interesting and well situated development will certainly be in great demand SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article 200 000 renovation project is up and running in Shrewsbury Next article New crowdfunding scheme launched for Shropshire sports groups 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

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  • Howzat for a corporate charity fundraising event... - Shropshire Business Today
    become our annual cricket fund raising event and the turnout was fantastic It s clear that Shropshire cricket fans are keen to hear from legends like Graham who have played the game at the very highest level and to hear his thoughts on the current state of English cricket We re also grateful to everyone who attended for their generous support for our two charities and we re overwhelmed to have raised such a great amount for these worthy causes Graham Gooch is one of England s most iconic cricketers of the modern era and renowned as a fearsomely prolific batsman His record as England s leading run scorer in Test cricket stood for 10 years until it was broken by his protégé Alastair Cook this summer Simon Hughes won four County Championships during his time at Middlesex notching up 205 First Class matches with best bowling figures of 7 for 35 He is now best known for his role as The Analyst on Channel 4 s cricket coverage Laurie said It was a really superb evening and we re already looking forward to hosting another similar event next year We ll really be able to make a huge difference to our two chosen charities with the money we raised and we know they ll put our donations to good use The Harry Johnson Trust was set up by Sally and Stephen Johnson in July 2014 in memory of their son Harry aged 7 who died after suffering with Double Hit Non Hodgkins Lymphoma They offer support to children with cancer who receive care from the Oncology team at The Princess Royal Hospital in Telford The Motor Neurone Disease Association helps to improve care and support for people with MND their families and carers and funds and promotes research with

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  • National recognition for Shropshire building site manager - Shropshire Business Today
    their stories I really didn t think I would win anything The idea of the awards is to recognise people who have overcome barriers and done well for themselves I have suffered with a bad back for a few years now so despite my age found I could not carry on working on the tools and it s an ongoing issue so had to find a new role within construction and moved up into management I feel this award will be a real boost for my career The company now in its 13 th year and its staff has won an armful of awards previously including the Federation of Master Builders Regional Apprentice of the Year won by not only Nathan but his brother Jack and Arron Hughes who were all apprentices with the company It has also been both the National and Regional winner for Waste Minimisation and Energy Efficiency best small renovation and winners for the best extension to a care home The company owned by David and Jennifer English who live near Shrewsbury has taken on 15 apprentices since its conception all through with Shrewsbury College Over the last 13 years the company has undertaken projects ranging from minor works to contracts in excess of four million pounds in the Midlands and in the South East including the development of The Lady Forester Nursing Home in Much Wenlock which is now well underway David English said I started English Construction because I wanted a highly skilled workforce to build an extension for Bowbrook Nursing Home in Shrewsbury The team are very experienced in working on heritage buildings and are specialists in the care home sector Nathan started with me very early on as an apprentice and has climbed the ranks consistently ever since Despite the various injuries

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  • New role for former Shrewsbury driving test centre - Shropshire Business Today
    Park following a refit in either late December or early January The building which sits on a half an acre site with 46 car parking spaces enjoys a prime position in Shrewsbury s business quarter with good access to the national road network HLM employs 20 staff in Shrewsbury and branch manager John Ryan says the move will give the company the potential to take on another 10 staff in the future The former DVLA Test Centre was leased by Halls Commercial whose Shrewsbury office manager James Evans was praised by Mr Ryan for his support James was brilliant in helping us find a property that matched our needs he said He took us around quite a few properties before we narrowed it down to the former DVLA Test Centre which is ideal because it gives us a lot more flexibility and room to grow We have just rebranded and launched a new website so the move could not have come at a better time for us Based in Shrewsbury for 15 years HLM specialises in leasehold block and estate management The company operates throughout the country working with many regional and national developers Most of the company s customers are based within a two hour drive of Shrewsbury Mr Evans said he was delighted to have found a property to suit HLM s needs and looked forward to helping other expanding businesses in Shrewsbury and across Shropshire as the economy continues to grow SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Inspirational speaker unveiled for Shropshire business awards event Next article Apprentice Jon joins Shifnal web design agency 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

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  • Shropshire food company to get a Latin-inspired rebrand - Shropshire Business Today
    brands of its major retail partners As part of the rebranding programme the group s Palethorpes site in Market Drayton will become Palethorpes Bakery part of the Addo Food Group The Palethorpes business produces chilled savoury rolls savoury hot pies pasties slices and party food With a history that can be traced back to 1851 Palethorpes Bakery opened in Market Drayton in 1967 and is one of the biggest employers in the local area with 490 people employed at the site and a further 200 at peak manufacturing times Palethorpes Bakery produces 115 million products every year including 55 million sausage rolls and 35 million hot eating pies Chris Peters group managing director of Addo Food Group said Addo is the new name for the former Pork Farms Group and means to inspire representing how we think and the relationship we have with our people and our customers With the recent addition of new sites and brands following our acquisition of Kerry s chilled savoury pastry business we wanted a new group name to represent our identity as a forward thinking and innovative food company and to allow us to demonstrate our new breadth of products and brands With roots that stretch back more than 160 years Addo has established a long trusted tradition of providing delicious high quality food produced to the highest standards using the best quality ingredients And as a forward thinking company we are always looking to the future and using consumer insight exciting new techniques and pioneering research and development to change the boundaries of our category As the established market leader in the chilled savoury pastry market and a major employer in Market Drayton Addo Food Group is excited about the opportunities for the future growth of the business The new brand is being

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