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Delroy Beverley becomes IoD’s new chairman

The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed Delroy Beverley as regional chairman for the Yorkshire and North East super-region. Delroy is the first BAME chairman in the 117-year history of the business leaders’ organisation. He succeeds Jon Geldart, who was named IoD Director General last Autumn. Educated at both Oxford and Cambridge,

Theakston apprentice cooper finds himself amongst worshipful company

A Yorkshire brewery’s apprentice cooper is a step closer to joining a select band of specialist wood workers keeping one of the country’s oldest traditions alive. Euan Findlay, who was indentured to T&R Theakston Ltd in Masham three years ago, has passed his trade exams after impressing time-served industry experts with

Wake Smith announces new associate promotions

Sheffield based Wake Smith Solicitors has announced two internal Associate promotions. Clinical negligence solicitor Kate Lax and commercial property solicitor Laura Sanderson have been promoted to associate solicitor level, recognising their skill and commitment in their respective fields. Kate has specialised in clinical negligence claims at Wake Smith since qualifying in 2013

UNTHA appoints industry stalwart as director of global business development

Industrial shredding specialist UNTHA has appointed Briton Gary Moore as Director of Global Business Development. The Austrian-headquartered firm has made the strategic decision ahead of 25 per cent projected worldwide growth, over the next 12 months. Currently Sales Director of UNTHA UK – a position he will maintain – Gary has played

Donated stairlift sees “life changing” results for Edinburgh patient

A 72-year-old woman no longer has to face desperately crawling up the stairs on all-fours thanks to the donation of a “life-changing” stairlift. Leading UK manufacturer, Acorn Stairlifts, installs up to 60 stairlifts per year free of charge across the country as part of its ongoing partnership with Marie Curie, giving

Brewery’s “oarsome” fundraiser helps take Atlantic rowers step closer to £250k target

A North Yorkshire brewery’s “oarsome” fundraising event – which pitted beers from the north against their southern counterparts – has helped take a charity rowing team a step closer to its £250,000 target. T&R Theakston Brewery’s “Great British Beer Off” raised more than £3,000 for the “Men of Oar” four-man team