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Heathcotes to open new supported living service in Bradford

Care provider, Heathcotes Group, is introducing a new provision of independent supported living near Bradford which is scheduled to open later this year. Heathcotes, which specialises in services for adults with learning disabilities and complex mental health needs, is redeveloping an existing property in Clayton to create Horton View featuring 14 spacious

Guest house in York purchased by first-time buyers relocating from the USA

Experienced business professionals, Anthony Lewis and Jonathan Burgoyne, have recently purchased Bloomsbury Guest House in York, with funding successfully secured by specialist commercial finance broker, Christie Finance. Bloomsbury Guest House, long-established and located in a popular area of York, has been owned by the previous owners since 2009 and has

Jaywing appoints new CFO

Data specialist marketing agency, Jaywing, has expanded its senior team with the appointment of Caroline Ackroyd as Chief Financial Officer. As the Yorkshire based digital marketing agency restructures, bringing its brands together under the Jaywing name, Caroline will sit on the board leading the business’ finances, reporting directly to chief executive

Smart sensors company raises £1.1m to boost growth

A Sheffield company whose smart sensing technology helps industry to reduce costs has raised £1.1m from NPIF – Mercia Equity Finance, which is managed by Mercia and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund. Tribosonics embeds sensors within bearings and other moving parts to create ‘intelligent components’ which can monitor

Pattinson & Brewer asks The Lucre Group to represent them

Pattinson & Brewer, the UK’s leading trade union law firm, has announced the appointment of The Lucre Group as its communications agency partner. First opened in 1890, Pattinson & Brewer was born out of the trade union movement and has been at the forefront of fighting for workers’ rights ever since. Following

Firm invests in future of youngsters affected by pandemic

A firm of chartered accountants and business advisors has continued its four-year talent investment tradition with the recruitment of not one, but two apprentices. Yorkshire-based Shenward ordinarily makes one opportunity per year available but this year wanted to do more to help young people whose prospects had been damaged by the