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North Yorkshire coffee roaster gains unique industry qualification

A North Yorkshire-based coffee roastery is celebrating a remarkable achievement after a member of its team gained a prestigious industry qualification. Head roaster of Rounton Coffee Roasters, David Burton is one of only 81 people in the UK to have successfully gained a Q Arabica Grader (Q Grader) accreditation. Gaining the qualification

“Highly desirable” Northallerton retail units on the market

Two "highly desirable" retail units on the main pedestrian link from Northallerton High Street to the new Treadmills retail development have come onto the market. Unit 9 Central Arcade, Northallerton, DL7 8PY, is a prominent corner unit with ground floor retail space of 434 sq ft and 700 sq ft of

National veg box scheme turn their back on single-use plastic

Riverford Organic Farmers, which has a northern farm at Newby Wiske, near Northallerton, has spent months intensely researching more sustainable packaging options for its veg boxes due to frustration with the state of nationwide recycling policies. A survey completed by more than 10,000 customers has revealed that 82.5% of them compost

GDPR on menu at lunch and learn seminar

"GDPR – have you survived after the legislation?", is the latest topic on the menu at Northallerton’s lunch break seminar next month. Kevin Lawless from Wireless Economics will discuss why GDPR is change for good and how compliance can actually help everyone. The session on 5 July, at Evolution Business Centre,

“On track” to a world record ticket-collecting teen attracts attention from rail supplier

While many parents will be complaining that their teenagers are ‘going off the rails’, one 18-year-old student from Huddersfield is using the train track to his advantage, after deciding he wants to break a new world record by collecting the highest number of used magnetic train tickets. Hearing of the challenge

Lidl to anchor transformation of former Northallerton Prison

Supermarket group Lidl has been announced as the retail anchor for the redevelopment of Northallerton’s former prison. The popular brand will take a 21,000 sq ft unit in the exciting Treadmills scheme – and bring up to 40 new jobs for the local community. The multi-million pound investment will be the key

North Yorkshire is first council in the North to set up legal company

North Yorkshire County Council has launched First North Law, becoming the first local authority in the North to trade its legal services. This newly formed company has the ability to trade more widely in a range of specialist legal services to other public sector bodies as well as the private sector. The

Yorkshire-based technology start-up launches innovative industry monitoring tool

A Northallerton-based technology start-up has launched an innovative temperature and humidity monitor. A team of industry specialists behind the business, AmbaSense, has launched its Tiaki sensor following 18 months of research and development. Now available, Tiaki provides accurate recordings of essential temperature and humidity readings in fridges and freezers through a

Business set to boom for local organic veg business

Things are looking good for Riverford Organic Farmers which grows and delivers veg boxes throughout the North, following the latest Soil Association Organic Market Report. The report tells of a six per cent growth to the organic market in the last year. This is the sixth year of growth for the

Data Protection Law under spotlight at Northallerton business lunch

The data protection law is changing for all businesses on the things you can and cannot do with marketing and data collection. The new regulations are complex and extensive but Northallerton’s latest lunch break seminar will offer practical advice on things you can do to help your business start to comply