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Bayford Group provides “transformational” minibus to fuel pupils’ development

The Bayford Group has provided a minibus to accelerate the shared learning and development of primary school pupils at two schools in Nidderdale. The Federation of Fountains Earth and St Cuthbert's C of E Primary Schools say the minibus will be transformational in bringing the schools communities closer at a formative

Cable management firm expands operations

Cable management and identification specialist Cable Trail is recruiting following a sustained period of national and international expansion. The Wetherby-based company designs and produces innovative cable management and identification solutions for a range of sectors and is one of the UK’s fastest growing manufacturers of asset management identification tags. Customers include

Arville fabrics reach new heights in prototype aircraft

Technical textiles specialist Arville is sharing in the success of academics and industry pioneers who have developed a new type of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). With the potential to transform telecommunications, the technology could provide an alternative to costly satellites. Wetherby-headquartered Arville worked with the project team, including researchers from five universities

Estate agency marks Children’s Hospice Week with £20k gift to Martin House

Staff from a Yorkshire estate agency have marked Children’s Hospice Week by passing another major milestone in their support of young people with life-shortening illnesses. Linley & Simpson, which has 16 branches across North and West Yorkshire, handed over £20,000 to Martin House Hospice after a record year of fund-raising. This latest

Double victory for Story Contracting at prestigious awards ceremony

Family-owned civil engineering company Story Contracting scooped two top honours at leading rail industry awards which attract some of the biggest names in business. The company, who recently opened a York office and has a base at Normanton, lifted the "Investing in People" and "Community Engagement" titles at the Rail Partnership

Yorkshire estate agency staff help hospice children become Kings and Queens of the Jungle

Green-fingered staff from a Yorkshire estate agency have swapped the office for a jungle to develop an adventure garden for children and young people with life-limiting illnesses. Eleven colleagues from Linley & Simpson, which has a network of 16 offices across North and West Yorkshire, rolled up their sleeves for a day of volunteering

Pub and restaurant in West Yorkshire looking for new operator through Christie & Co

The Pax Inn, a contemporary pub and restaurant situated in the village of Thorp Arch, near Wetherby in West Yorkshire, has been brought to the market through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co. Operating from a substantial, detached stone building, The Pax Inn provides trading space for up to 80