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Harrogate architect appointed UK president of national industry body

The founding director of a leading firm of architects has been appointed as the National President of a top UK industry body. Simon Parker, of seven architecture, will serve for two years at the helm of Interact Group, a national networking organisation of property and construction professionals. Established in 1977, Interact has

“Frying High!” – Scotts win international excellence rating

A North Yorkshire chippie is “frying high” after both its venues have been enrolled into an international tourism review website’s “Hall of Fame”. Thanks to rave reviews from customers, Scotts of Helmsley and Scotts Fish and Chips in York, have been awarded the TripAdvisor International Excellency Award for the fifth year

Yorkshire property stalwart retires from industry

After 24 years driving the portfolio expansion of commercial and industrial lettings specialist Towngate PLC, property director John Wignall is retiringt. Appointed to the board of directors in 2000, John is a Qualified Chartered Surveyor and has played a significant role in growing the firm’s portfolio of industrial property lets across

Coaching Inns wrap up to support Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day

Pictured are staff from The Feathers Hotel, Eatery and Coffeehouse in Helmsley    More than 100 staff from The Coaching Inn Group including The Feathers in Helmsley, The Golden Fleece in Thirsk, The Kings Head Hotel in Richmond and The Old Bridge Hotel in Holmfirth donned festive jumpers to celebrate Save the Children’s

Official recognition for Scotts’ gluten-free version of nation’s favourite dish

Pictured is Tony Webster, Scotts owner (right) with David Bradshaw, Shane White, Jamie Story, Roxana Vaisai, and Andreea Vaisai - all members of the award-winning catering team - tuck into gluten-free fish and chips   A North Yorkshire fish and chip shop has achieved GF (gluten-free) accreditation from Coeliac UK, the national charity

Chippy adopts York hospice as its chosen charity

Scotts Fish and Chips, based in Helmsley and Bilbrough, has chosen York’s St Leonard’s Hospice as its chosen charity and will be doing a number of activities over the coming months to help raise funds for the hospice. Tony Webster, owner of the business - which recently won the National Quality

National campaign highlights Helmsley jewellers for making the most of digital engagement

An independent jewellery shop in Helmsley, Yorkshire, which uses digital technology to underpin its small business, is to be featured by a nationwide campaign raising awareness of the benefits of greater digital engagement among the UK’s 5.4 million small businesses. Libby Butler Jewellers, which has been owned by Carolyn Frank since 2009, is one of

Chippie staff chipper after passing food industry qualifications

Staff members from a North Yorkshire chippie are feeling “chipper” after successfully passing a series of food industry exams. Six of the team at Scotts at Bilbrough – together with a colleague from their sister restaurant, Scotts of Hemlsey – have been awarded Food Safety qualifications at either Level 2 or

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