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Double boost for not-for-profit firm teaching kids life-saving skills

Hull not-for-profit company Lessons 4 Life, which aims to teach every school pupil in the city first aid in a one-day lesson designed to give them the vital skills needed to respond in an emergency, has received two funding boosts. In September the organisation, which was formed earlier this year, won

Redfern begins coordinating travel for major NHS partner

Community Health Partnerships (CHP), owned by the Department for Health, has chosen Redfern to manage the travelling needs of employees. CHP works with its partners to transform the NHS estate, providing professional strategic estate advice, investment and property service management. Bradford-based Redfern was chosen as it provides a similar service to CHP’s

On-site cage opens at £3.8m refurbished Ashville Sports Centre

The opening of an on-site Café at Ashville Sports Centre marks the final stage of its £3.8m programme of refurbishment and expansion. The ground-floor café – ‘Taste at Ashville’ – is being run by Chris Durrant, who has previous experience in the leisure industry having worked at Harrogate Cricket Club and

Leeds Neonatal Unit calls on local businesses to support innovative technology

Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust's Neonatal Unit is in search of a sponsor to fund a Secure Video Messaging application that allows nurses to send video updates to parents of premature babies. The service, which launched at St James’s Hospital, Leeds, in October, allows the nursing team to provide secure video updates

Sports massage therapy on the move

Sports masseuse to the professionals, Tierney Maude, has moved her specialist therapy business to a spacious new suite at Skipton's High Corn Mill.  Opening her doors on January 6 2018 with a free ‘drop in' event, Skipton based Tierney is hopeful that everyone from local athletes to those who simply lead

Yorkshire brewer’s Far East flavours land Chinese export deal

A Yorkshire brewer has set its sights on breaking into the Chinese beer market after securing orders in Hong Kong and Shanghai for 12,000 bottles of its spirit infused beer. Baijiu Beer Company, which produces craft beer that’s combined with China’s national spirit, Baijiu, will ship its first international order in

Leeds container services firm invests to boost productivity

Following a Europe-wide trade mission to assess the heavy lifting marketplace, Northern Containers has invested in the latest equipment to improve its materials handling capabilities and drive productivity. The company was due to replace one of the machines in its fleet and a SANY double lift empty container handler is now in service

Dinnington & High Green Dental Practices sold through Christie & Co

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has sold Dinnington & High Green Dental Practices in South Yorkshire in one of the largest dental transactions in the North this year. The group was sold to August Equity’s new buy-and-build platform as its second purchase following the acquisition of Genesis Dental

Ashville Sports Centre opens its doors this weekend following £3.8m refurbishment

Ashville Sports Centre in Harrogate will throw open its doors to the public this weekend as it unveils its new look following a £3.8m refurbishment. On both Saturday and Sunday, between 11am and 3pm, non-members will be able to take advantage of the fantastic facilities the Yew Tree Lane venue has

Outpatients’ at The Children’s Hospital gets extra X-Factor, thanks to £250,000 donation from Westfield Health

A generous donation of £250,000 from the Westfield Health Charitable Trust has given Sheffield Children’s Hospital the extra X Factor… The award-winning Sheffield-based health and wellbeing company has funded a new, state of the art x-ray suite, which is now giving young outpatients arriving with everything from suspected broken bones to