Financial planning firm Dandelion Financial is keeping it in the family by welcoming the director’s son into the business.
April 2021 Ntegra back the Cotswold ChallengeThe team of self-employed entrepreneurs behind the educational initiative, The Cotswold Challenge, is celebrating. Why? Because they've achieved shortlisting in not one, not two, but three categories of the South West...
Supporting independent businesses and shopping local is not a new topic to this blog. Indeed, in 7 reasons to shop locally & 5 places to do it I gave it good mention. Now here’s a guest post from Dona Bradley, architectural illustrator on the topic.
Castle Combe TV is One
TV’s motor racing expert Tiff Needell has made a guest appearance to mark the first anniversary of Castle Combe Circuit’s own online programme.
Caroline Peyton, the qualified nutritional therapist and naturopath behind Peyton Principles, is launching a 14 day spring cleanse programme. It starts on Monday 15 March in aid of The Churn Project.
Blaylock’s Shoe Shop Old Town
It’s a mildly curious thing that Swindon’s Old Town has, within a few yards of one another, three long-established family businesses. On Wood Street there’s Deacon’s Jewellers, founded in 1848 and now in its sixth generation as a family business. Then there’s Gilbert’s furniture store on Newport Street. This business was established in 1886, becoming a fixture on its present location from the early 1870s.
Then there’s the subject of this blog post: Blaylock’s shoe shop Old Town on the corner of Bath Road.
An expanding family law firm has appointed another solicitor to help meet increasing demand. Worthingtons Family Law, based in West Swindon, was only set up only a year ago. And now founder Natalee Worthington has taken on solicitor Ruby Reynolds.
Two charities are better off to the tune of £3,000 thanks to the support of Swindon’s Optimum Professional Services – OPS. And they’ve selected another to support during 2021.
Steve Fulcher supports Independent PCC Candidate
Former Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher is best known as the man who left the Wiltshire Police force over the investigation into killer, Christopher Halliwell. Why do I mention this? Because he’s stated his support for former detective Mike Rees in his bid to become Wiltshire’s next Police & Crime commissioner.
nnovative technology company Ntegra have partnered with the youth enterprise The Platform Project. The aim being to support more young people into work during 2021.
Three entrepreneurs who jumped to support each other when the pandemic struck have all gone on to grow their enterprises.
January 2021 New online training gets businesses video savvy Business owners keen to harness the power of video blogging in their marketing can now access online, on-demand training. Eight Interactive, creators of video and digital content for businesses, has taken...