Liverpool FC are pleased to announce that Elton John will be playing at Anfield Stadium on Friday 17th June 2022.
June 24, 2021
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Liverpool based security provider, GSTS will be headline sponsor at the exclusive Downtown Liverpool in Business event with Lord Michael Heseltine, taking place on July 7th at The ACC Liverpool.
One of the original signatories of Liverpool’s World Heritage Status agreement with UNESCO has said the accolade has become more of a hinderance than a help to the city.
Downtown in Business in association with Lancashire County Council, will be hosting a major business conference on Thursday 21st October 2021 at Brockholes.
The new chief executive of Birmingham City Council, the chief executive of Wolverhampton City Council, and the Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets… Read More »More top names added to Property Conference speaker list
The first major running event of the post-pandemic era takes place in Manchester on 26th September and The Tim Bacon Foundation wants hospitality to be a big part of it.
After President Biden signed into law the latest U.S. federal holiday, Juneteenth, Martin Liptrot looks at the U.S. perspective of UNESCO and explores in POTUS’ words why “great nations don’t ignore their most painful moments, they embrace them.”
In another Downtown first, Joanne Roney, Tony Reeves, and Tom Riordan shared a platform, at an exclusive ‘Leaders Lunch’ event, held at Manchester’s outstanding Brooklyn Hotel.
Staycity is delighted to announce 10 new openings this year including a stylish Wilde property at Manchester, St. Peter’s Square and a exciting new Staycity Manchester, Northern Quarter opening this July.
Western Union Business Solutions are hosting a ‘Cash Flow Optimisation for International Trade’ webinar, Tuesday 6th July.
Jim suggests the Amersham by election shows a possible route for a Tory defeat at the next election. He also criticises the media who failed to see the shock result in advance.