Stunning new images have revealed what Chester Zoo’s upcoming luxury wedding and events venue, The Square, will look like when it opens next year.
Lancashire Car Dealership Employees Dedicate £3,500 Three Peaks Charity Challenge Success to Dearly-Missed Colleague
More than 20 Bowker Motor Group employees have successfully completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge.
Aston Villa Football Club has launched a pre-application planning consultation on the first phase of its long-term vision for Villa Park and the surrounding area.
After six years at the helm, Acorns Children’s Hospice has announced today (29th June) that Chief Executive Toby Porter will be stepping down.
SimkissGuy Recruitment Group, one of the Midlands’ leading recruitment consultancies, has announced that Rebecca Simkiss will be heading up the firm as the sole Managing Director moving forward. Having co-founded the business with Richard Guy almost a decade ago, this new chapter follows an exciting period of growth and expansion for the business within the past 12 months.
BRUNTWOOD WORKS TO BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO HISTORIC KING’S HOUSE IN MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE FOLLOWING PLANNING APPROVAL
Bruntwood Works is set to begin the redevelopment of King’s House in Manchester city centre, having received planning approval for its exciting plans to blend heritage and character with high quality workspace and amenity.
Customers flying out of Birmingham Airport are to benefit from a simpler, speedier security screening process from June 2024.
Students in Lancashire are being inspired to become the county’s next generation of top engineers, mathematicians and scientists.
MILLENNIUM POINT TRUST MARKS COUNTDOWN TO COMMONWEALTH GAMES WITH £22k DONATION TO ASTON VILLA FOUNDATION
To coincide with this summer’s Commonwealth Games, the Millennium Point Trust has announced the award of a £22,000 grant to Aston Villa Foundation, to help the charity broaden its schools outreach programme, which aims to engage and inspire young people to experience STEM through sport.
Over 50 political and business leaders are to lobby the Government next week on its decision to rule out an underground HS2 station in Manchester.