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Yorkshire companies join forces to launch food safety training

Skipton-based online training developers, adaptiVLE, has teamed up with their neighbours at Broughton Hall Business Park, Verner Wheelock. Verner Wheelock provides food safety and hygiene training to many of the UK’s leading food production businesses. It has been based at Broughton for over 20 years. AdaptiVLE specialises in creating platforms and

New owner for Skipton’s Sexton & Co

Sexton & Co, the Skipton-based hair, beauty and nail salon has a new owner.  Long-serving employee Emma Day, who began working at Sexton & Co 16 years ago, has taken over from founder Tom Sexton who has gone out to pursue a new career around his passion for horses.  Emma said: "I'm

The Home Company re-opens following flash flood

Skipton's long-established furniture and furnishings store, The Home Company, has re-opened its doors after a flood which left the shop two feet under water and with more than £50,000 worth of damage.   The store was closed for two and a half weeks after flash flooding swept through the building, leaving a

Firms across Yorkshire encouraged to sign up to new business opportunity

Firms across Yorkshire are being encouraged to sign up to a new, exciting and innovative business opportunity. Dalesman, the UK’s best-selling regional magazine, is launching the Dalesman Members’ Club exclusively for its 12,000-plus subscribers. Ahead of launch, Dalesman is seeking partners, from a range of business sectors, to provide members with a

New location for Physio Phoenix

Physiotherapy business Physio Phoenix has relocated to Skipton's Victoria Square.  Established by Carleton-based Ruth Skinner its new location will enable the business to provide a wider range of services.  Ruth qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 and has extensive experience and knowledge of working across many different settings both privately and in