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The next meeting of the North Staffordshire Climate Change Matters Network takes place on Thursday 13th February 2-5pm at Staffordshire County Showground, Western Road, Stafford ST18 0BD in the Boden Room. The keynote speaker will be Mark Atherton, Assistant Director Environment of Greater Manchester Combined Authorities, speaking on “Climate Emergency – The Greater Manchester Experience”.

intu Potteries’ retailer awards took place last night at Best Western Plus Stoke-on-Trent Moat House. For the fourth year running, it was a great evening to recognise and celebrate the very best stores and restaurants of intu Potteries and was attended by over 220 guests. The night, which was under the theme of ‘Carnival’ included

A council housing repairs and maintenance company has celebrated its second anniversary by making the UK Housing Awards shortlist. Unitas Stoke-on-Trent, which celebrated its second anniversary on Monday (February 3), is up against six other companies for ‘DLO of the Year’. The company, which is wholly owned by Stoke-on-Trent City Council, submitted an entry which

Learn by Design are a dynamic and committed team with a business and educational background. They work on behalf of schools, corporate and public sector clients to provide quality, value for money, educational products and services to inspire future generations. They work to the highest educational standards, complementing existing learning in schools across the UK

Lightning fast fibre-optic connectivity with Gigabolt has now landed at Beacon Business Park in Stafford, making it the first full-fibre business park to offer the next generation of broadband technology in Staffordshire. Beacon Business Park has always embraced technology at the forefront of its vision to provide diverse and innovative manufacturing and working spaces for

Services for further education and skills in Stoke-on-Trent City Council are ‘improving’ says Ofsted, in a new report published recently. All areas inspected were found to be either significantly improving or reasonably improving following a monitoring visit which took place earlier this month. The new findings come following adult learning services being previously found to

Investment in state-of-the-art machinery and a clear business strategy has seen sales grow at Stoke-on-Trent-based Central Glass and Windows. The Hanley-based company is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2020 and goes into its second decade with confidence having made a significant investment in CNC fabrication machinery. This has resulted in new work across the UK.

In September 2018, the then new Klarius CEO Mark Brickhill established a Works Council, one of a number of initiatives to improve employee engagement and feedback within the company and externally with the local community. The Works Council members chose Dougie Mac (Douglas Macmillan Hospice) to be the Charity of the Year for 2019, and

Karen Coleman, Employment Law specialist, Excello Law, examines the proposed introduction of Jack’s Law. Parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child will be entitled to 2 weeks’ statutory leave under new rules to be known as Jack’s Law. The legislation will see those who suffer the loss of a child receive paid time

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