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  • Business leaders shape local response to Syrian refugee crisis - Shropshire Business Today
    works successfully for both the families and the wider community My role is to encourage the business people of Oswestry to play a key part in making that happen Jools Payne Cllr Keith Barrow Simon Penny Nicki Beardmore Arren Roberts standing Ian Payne and Cllr Chris Schofield Oswestry Chamber is taking the lead in encouraging the town s business community to work in partnership with ip e Our first step is to gather a network of well connected business professionals willing to volunteer as a one point of contact mentor to refugee families when they arrive and then utilise their contacts for further help where needed I m delighted to be first to pledge my support for that effort Now I m seeking practicing or recently retired solicitors from local law firms who are ideally placed to offer valuable assistance as well as local property agents who may be aware of private sector landlords willing to help with short term housing Shropshire Council as we are well aware is clunky cash strapped and constrained by process which makes rapid pragmatic action difficult The innovation team at ip e however is much more flexible agile and able to take meaningful action based on a wealth of public sector and cross agency partnership working expertise and designing imaginative solutions alongside communities Jools added I m eager to hear from absolutely anyone in business in Oswestry who is keen to help in whatever capacity and however modest but who isn t sure just what that help might look like at this stage This is an on going project but we are on the cusp of designing something really worthwhile and imaginative SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Five minutes with Jan Minihane Next article New legal fee plans could have serious ramifications for

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  • Villagers urged to buy local on 'Super Saturday' - Shropshire Business Today
    on that by introducing Super Shopping Saturdays as a way of getting more shoppers into the village Organised by the Albrighton Traders Association the idea is to hold a special day every month where all the businesses in the village come together to offer special deals and local groups can put up stands to showcase what they do She continued We ve got a fantastic range of independent retailers offering vintage products books boutique gifts womenswear hardware and shoes not to mention more than 10 restaurants and pubs All are locally owned and offer that extra level of customer service There s lots of offers already announced including a special meal deal from Walter Smith Butchers a Cornish Cream tea for 4 from Latte Da half price Pick and Mix at Shop for Ducks and 20 off one of our stylists Grace Compton Hospice are also entering shoppers into a raffle if they spend a certain amount Super Shopping Saturday which coincides with the Royal Air Force s Approbation Parade starts this weekend at 10am with the plan to stage one every month in the lead up to Christmas For future events there will be live music and the organising committee is also looking into hiring an activity bus and entertainment for children Emma concluded This is a big year for the Albrighton Traders Association as we look to get more people to visit and regularly shop in the Village Super Shopping Saturday is the latest initiative we are pushing and we ve also developed our own Facebook page and Twitter profile in the last six months A new website is next on the agenda There s over 100 businesses located here and half of these are members of our organisation It s in everyone s best interests to make

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  • Workwear company welcomes new faces to the team - Shropshire Business Today
    College said This is a great opportunity for Emily Emily has been a pleasure to teach on the Fashion and Clothing course She has excellent communication and people skills and I am sure she will thrive in a the trainee position at My Workwear We are so thrilled that she will be able to use the skills developed on this course in local employment Bajong Wilderspin 38 from Shrewsbury will join the manufacturing team as a machinist having also completed her Extended Diploma in Art Design Fashion Level 3 at Shrewsbury College She will work part time whilst continuing her studies on a HND Fashion course at Shrewsbury College Managing Director James Worthington said We re experiencing a renewed interest for UK manufactured clothing and our bespoke workwear we need to keep up with this demand We are succeeding by focusing on stability and growth so I am delighted to welcome Emily and Bajong on board as part of our expansion strategy MyWorkwear boasts an impressive customer list throughout the West Midlands and the UK including local companies Maxell Telford and Wrekin Council Ironbridge Gorge Museums and RAF Cosford SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Top five reasons why people

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  • Power to the people . . . that's the theme of SBT 25 - Shropshire Business Today
    Business Awards this summer one of the common denominators among the winners was the way in which they treated and valued their staff We ve got advice and tips from expert columnists a special feature on those 2015 awards and a look at the first year of Telford s Southwater development Plus pages and pages of pictures from local events and our regular feature on the movers and shakers who have taken up new appointments And money saving expert Martin Lewis asks if your credit is good and offers suggestions about how you might be able to improve it Download our People Power edition here http www shropshirebusinesstoday co uk wp content uploads 2014 05 25 SBT complete pdf SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Have you got what it takes to be named Shropshire Employer of the Year Next article Oswestry and Church Stretton industrial units are on the market Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe Sitting down or standing up the new desktop dilemma Entries open for 2016 Shropshire Business Awards Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line

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  • Estate agents get a new perspective on Shropshire properties - Shropshire Business Today
    Moyden Newport 1665 named after the great fire of Newport The group then took to the skies along with a wheel of cheese to view their property territories from a very different angle before dropping into The Corbet Arms in Uffington to surprise Nock Deighton lettings director Dawn Clarke who was having lunch in the restaurant Dawn and her husband then joined the team in the helicopter for the trip back to Apley Farm Shop Mr Taylor said the unusual day was all part of a campaign by Nock Deighton to thank staff for their hard work while promoting Shropshire at the same time He said Throughout this year we are working to a theme of Experience Shropshire when we reward staff with special activities provided in the county As a company Nock Deighton has been part of the community since 1831 and we are keen to do what we can to promote the many wonderful homegrown businesses here in Shropshire The helicopter trip had a number of elements to it Firstly it was a great chance to give our staff a different perspective on their job by showing them a bird s eye view of the vast areas they cover And secondly we wanted to give them a taste of some of the fantastic produce being created in Shropshire and Mr Moyden s cheeses are a great example of that With our new office opening in Newport it seemed apt to taste some Newport 1665 and we also tried some of the new Apley Cheshire cheese which is a recreation of a cheese made on the site of Apley Farm Shop in the 1950s It was a wonderful day and I would like to say a big thank you to Lord Hamilton at Apley Farm Shop Helen Bourne at

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  • New solicitors' breakfast club is on the menu - Shropshire Business Today
    response to a number of requests from solicitors across the county for updates on specific accountancy related topics The programme for 2015 16 focuses on the four key topics which attract the most enquiries from solicitors commercial property residential property and tax issues employee share schemes and lifetime inheritance tax planning Our team of experts will be concentrating on delivering relevant and concise information to present solicitors with everything they need to know Timings of the seminars have been designed so that the working day isn t interrupted with a 7 30am start and a finish time of 9am The first seminar on Tax and Commercial Property will be held at Brassey Road in Shrewsbury on September 15 and Stafford Park in Telford on September 16 The second session on Residential Property and Taxation Issues will be at Shrewsbury on November 3 and Telford on November 4 Seminars three and four on Unravelling Employee Share Schemes and Lifetime Inheritance Tax Planning will be on February 9 and 10 and May 10 and 11 respectively Tony Elliott said Our first seminar will be particularly relevant for solicitors who are involved in the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial property It will also be ideal for those looking for a refresher on the significant changes to capital allowances on fixtures as well as high level review of the complex interaction of VAT and commercial property Pam Mason said Our November seminar is aimed at solicitors involved in residential conveyancing and will provide an overview of anti avoidance measures It will also look at Private Residence Relief and its application to property transactions To find out more about the Solicitors Breakfast Club or to reserve a place at any of the seminars call Jackie Young on 01743 241281 or email jackie

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  • Businesses back football club's community campaigns - Shropshire Business Today
    My staff and I are driven to make sure we hit those charitable aims and objectives And as Jamie explains the Charity are more than just hitting number targets it s about following things through and ensuring that the time and effort they put in now will see future benefits We are starting to move away from just the participation numbers it s about seeing the impact those numbers have For example does playing Walking Football twice a week benefit them in everyday life It s great we have so many numbers participating but now we are starting to witness the impact it can have on people s lives We have projects for people aged 4 to 104 years old from Soccer Schools to Walking Football Along with the many activities provided by the programme on the football field there are an equal amount of opportunities to work within the classroom as Jamie elaborates West Mercia Supplies have kindly given us some financial support and we ve started a literacy project called Reading the Game aimed at improving children s reading levels over a six week period which obviously fits into their agenda of the people their working with closely as a business They wanted to know how they could give something back to their community and now with our support that business is going to get some great exposure and their staff will gain great experience of helping within the community as well as building and gaining more relationships with local schools There s plenty of ways local businesses can get involved with us If they have an idea that can link football to anything then get in touch and we ll find a way forward Its great events for both parties The charity is well known for its

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  • Features Archives - Page 19 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Investments a cut above SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Crumbs SBT Jul 6 2012 0 BESST practice in play for Rio 20 SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Waste not want not SBT Jul 4 2012 0 Green by design SBT Jul 4 2012 0 1 18 19 20 21 Page 19 of 21 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line

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