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Enterprise grant funding available for businesses

Small and medium sized enterprises, based in the Humber region and parts of North Yorkshire, are being invited to apply to East Riding of Yorkshire Council for a limited number of grants. Through the European Regional Development Fund, the council is able to support eligible businesses looking to invest in growing

Carter Jonas advises on sale Of 1.5mw Yorkshire wind farm

A subsidiary of Broadview Energy’s Eolian Three fund has successfully completed the acquisition of the Limes Wind Farm in Yorkshire from a private landowner advised by Carter Jonas. Located in Hull, the project consists of two Enercon wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 1,500Kw. It was granted planning permission

Focus on entrepreneurship at Pocklington School’s latest Careers & Business Network event in London

The Pocklington School Foundation (PSF) Careers & Business Network held its latest event in London recently, with the focus for the evening on entrepreneurship and business leadership. The guest speaker for the event was Old Pocklingtonian James Sweeting, director of award winning coffee roasting company Lincoln & York Ltd and the

Directors of Yorkshire security firm to cycle 125 miles for homeless charity

The directors of Heald Limited, a perimeter security firm based in East Yorkshire, are cycling 125 miles to Mont Saint-Michel in France to raise funds for UK based homeless charity, Emmaus. At the end of April, Debbie and Rod Heald will embark on the 125-mile journey to raise money for the

Clinical hypnotherapist is named business exporter of the year at FSB awards

Sheila Granger, who runs an international hypnotherapy training business from her Anlaby home, has won the "Business Exporter of the Year" title at the prestigious Federation of Small Businesses Awards.  Having picked up her accolade at the Yorkshire & Humber regional awards event at the John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield yesterday,

Students’ stock soars in national investment challenge

The investment skills of two teams of students from Pocklington School have earned them a place in the semi-finals of a national Student Investor Challenge. Sixth Form economics and business students invested virtual money in the London stock exchange and other investment instruments to create two portfolios, each worth £100,000, which

Brewery makes space for newest addition in Constellation series

East Yorkshire business Wold Top Brewery has announced the launch of a new cask ale as it continues its 2018 Constellation Series of limited edition beer.  The Wold Newton brewery's 4.0 per cent ABV porter, Gemini, will be available in Yorkshire pubs during February.  A ‘rich, smooth and dark' beer brewed with

Gin and tunes for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance fundraiser at Pocklington Farm Shop

Gin lovers are being given the chance to taste locally distilled spirits as they enjoy live tunes from popular singer Chris Berry in the name of charity.  Following the success of the first G & T (Gin and Therapy) event that raised over £200 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance in November,

Yorkshire firm secures New Orleans historic French Quarter

Yorkshire-based security manufacturer Heald Ltd has been appointed by the New Orleans Office of Homeland Security to secure the historic French Quarter with its Matador-4 security bollards. Heald, based in Hornsea, is a manufacturer of hostile vehicle mitigation systems, which protect some of the world's high profile locations including embassies, airports and shopping centres. The project,

£1.4m acquisition of Jack Wills’ Beverley home

Commercial investment property advisor, Carrick Real Estate, has completed the off-market acquisition of a prime retail unit in Beverley, in a deal worth £1.372m. 59 Saturday Market, a Grade II listed building, occupies a prominent position on the western side of the market and is home to national clothing retailer, Jack

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