Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the past 7 days. This week’s tweets feature @centralsqleeds, @mdproductionsmd, @dib_chris, @simonbinns and @shaunhinds.
August 1, 2019
The Villa Wrea Green’s fabulous HALF PRICE offer is still available.
The chief executive of one of the leading business organisations in the north of England, Downtown in Business, has expressed his scepticism about spending commitments made by new prime minister Boris Johnson in respect of the Northern Powerhouse.
Merseyrail has made a big step towards bringing simpler ticketing solutions to passengers with the launch of their online Day Saver purchasing platform.
Over the course of two days, 2,000 vegan meals were served to conference-goers at Camp and Furnace, Great Baltic Warehouse, Hinterlands and Constellations, making it the largest vegan food event outside of London.
VWV’s national private team is growing its office in Birmingham having been joined by Peter Heath and Jayne Udall of Inheritance Matters.
This week Jim says the lack of determination by Remainers is allowing the new Johnson administration to assert that there is no alternative to leaving the EU in one way or the other. He also thinks the Cabinet massacre will not serve the nation well.
What about eco-credentials of the properties of Birmingham homeowners and landlords?
The UK’s first prohibition inspired Speakeasy festival is coming to Birmingham Town Hall on September the 14th as part of the ongoing tour around the UK.
Back from a fortnight in the sun, Frank McKenna’s blog returns this week – and he’s warning the Tory Party that Boris Johnson would fail to win an Autumn election.