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Crossing Your ‘Pacific’

  I have met many women who set themselves challenges and attempt remarkable feats, writes Sue France. It seems to be part of the DNA of successful entrepreneurs that they feel they want to test themselves to the limit. Two from my group are climbing Kilimanjaro in September and even I am considering trying something […]

Could you Succeed in Salters Den?

The Salters Den competition returns for its third year and is open for applications from the 1st of July 2017. If you are an entrepreneur or business start-up located in Winsford or Northwich and started trading on or after 1st January 2016 you are eligible to enter.  Has your new business been successful in its […]

Practice Makes Perfect

When a member of staff with three years service is referred to as ‘new’, and the combined length of employment for two [out of the four] partners is thirty-eight years, you know you’ve found somewhere special, writes Johanna Bolhoven. I had the pleasure of meeting the team behind the smile at Gaskell Avenue Dental Practice, […]

Tech Giant Partners with City’s Oldest Girls’ School

UKFast, the country’s largest privately-owned hosting provider, and Manchester High School for Girls, one of the city’s top performing schools, have joined forces in a bid to tackle the widening gender gap across the tech industries. The official educational partnership will see UKFast deliver curricular support, technical workshops, work experience and advice on career pathways […]

Martin sings at Wembley for 15th time

South Manchester Tenor Martin Toal is preparing to sing for the fifteenth time at Wembley. The St. Ambrose College head of modern foreign languages leads a double life as a specialist French teacher at the top Hale Barns Catholic grammar school and one of the nation’s go to performers for the major sporting occasion. Next […]

Prom Power

It’s that time of year when thoughts start to turn to the end of year school party, or PROM, one of the most important dates in the teen calendar, and one where dressing to impress is a prerequisite! Prom is now a really big deal in the UK and every young person wants to look […]

Lymm friends run the London Marathon for Parkinson’s UK

Three friends from Lymm raised over £2,000 for Parkinson’s UK, when they ran the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 23 April. Claire Wormald, Claire Steed and Sally Tribe, (aged 42, 44, 44) completed the 26.2 mile challenge in the month that Parkinson’s UK has launched its new fundraising campaign We Won’t Wait, highlighting the […]

Football legends support cardiac facility

Football legends Denis Law CBE and Sir Alex Ferguson have paid tribute to the medical care they have received at BMI The Alexandra Hospital, by cutting the ribbon to officially open the hospital’s new hybrid theatre. The new unit  provides people with suspected heart, circulation or neurological conditions with a more precise diagnosis, quicker recovery […]

Glaucoma in Cats and Dogs

Paul Adams has a long-standing interest in ophthalmology, gaining his post-graduate certificate in 2011. Over the next few months he will be discussing a range of eye conditions that are commonly seen in general practice with the intention of trying to demystify the eye. Glaucoma is a condition of the eye that can occur in […]

People INBusiness INCheshire

Going Off Grid A Cheshire graphic design agency is taking a new look at the way we work. With agencies taking up residency in the busy streets of Manchester and Liverpool on a weekly basis, walking in the opposite direction is somewhere ‘Off Grid’. The agency has been founded by two ambitious joint creative directors, Kim […]

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