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  • Should more shops be opening on Sundays? - Shropshire Business Today
    District committee is leading the campaign to help raise the town s profile I have now started to trade on a Sunday and it is certainly worthwhile as more people are coming into town to have lunch just have a walk and shop with their families and friends he said However it wasn t an easy decision I m not particularly keen on working Sundays and I know it can be challenging for the smaller independent retailers who already work six days a week John Hall in his Shrewsbury shop But we have some wonderful unique shops here which are the jewel in the county s crown and people are keen to support them The more independent businesses that open throughout the whole weekend the more visitors we will attract and I am sure that trade will increase for everyone Shrewsbury also has lots of other attractions which will benefit The Business Improvement District is working hard to promote the town as a tourist and shopping destination and the more traders that get on board the better he said Mr Hall s shop which sells a range of pens greetings cards toys and gifts will now be opening throughout the rest of the year on a Sunday Paul Platt owner of Pockets on the Square in Shrewsbury said We have been opening for the past five years and it is now an important part of our business It took some time to establish but we certainly get business that we d miss otherwise SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Farmland prices continue to soar Next article Raiding pension funds could be a costly mistake Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR It ll be a Black Friday for retailers who won t do a cut price

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/sbtblog/should-more-shops-be-opening-on-sundays/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Big rise in business bookings for county town venue - Shropshire Business Today
    bar restaurant music and business venue almost three years the couple both had many years experience in business in the West Midlands We were both based in Birmingham I ran a company with around 450 employees and regularly led staff events for my team and Clare worked for the Royal Institute of British Architects and organising staff conferences was part of her role Graham said The medieval Henry Tudor House has a large second floor function room with impressive vaulted ceiling which can host between 30 and 100 people depending on the seating plan Clare added Feedback is showing that we are in an ideal town centre location for business meetings and small conferences The top floor room has a stage area superb acoustics and excellent lighting We also have a private dining room for up to 14 people which is great for smaller meetings and of course our restaurant and bar team are on hand to provide first class refreshments Shrewsbury chartered accountants Dyke Yaxley recently chose the venue for its staff conference Marketing manager Hazel Ruscoe said Henry Tudor House proved to be perfect for our conference attended by 90 delegates The adaptable space meant we could host a drinks reception in a separate area to the conference room Catering was first class and the unique style and ambience of the building promoted a relaxed and productive atmosphere Most of all Graham and Clare were part of our team Their corporate backgrounds meant they really understood what we wanted to achieve and they made light work of running the conference on the day including managing the technical operations They were efficient friendly and accommodating SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Retirement time You must be joking Next article Hospitality school gives the local economy a boost Carl Jones

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/big-rise-in-business-bookings-for-county-town-venue/ (2016-02-16)
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