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Bradford garden centre raises £10,000 for children’s cancer charity

The team at Tong Garden Centre has announced that it raised £10,000 for Leeds based children's cancer charity, Candlelighters.  The team at Tong raised funds for the charity that supports Yorkshire families facing children's cancer through a series of events and collection boxes at the tills.  Staff at Tong voted unanimously to

Yorkshire contractors appointed for Bradford garden centre’s £4m development

Yorkshire contractors have started work on the first phase of a £4 million project to develop an award winning Bradford garden centre.  Leeds based Jennings has been contracted to do the demolition work and East Yorkshire based family business, Ashcourt has been appointed as the main ground workers on the project

Citivale conclude huge letting at Humber Enterprise Park

Leading Yorkshire business specialist Citivale, in conjunction LRE Capital, have let a high-quality 150,000 sq ft warehouse at Humber Enterprise Park in Brough to a major UK kitchen manufacturer and retailer. This is the largest industrial letting within the Hull and East Riding area during the past 12 months. The kitchen retailer

Independent Harrogate bookshop chosen by independent school to re-stock library

An independent school in Harrogate is supporting another “independent” in the town, after refreshing two of its libraries with hundreds of books purchased from the local retailer. Instead of acquiring its books from wholesalers or from national high street stockists, the school is now buying its reading material from Imagined Things

MWA hit the sweet spot with new Haribo store

Martin Walsh Architectural (MWA), the RIBA chartered family owned architects, has successfully overseen the delivery of Haribo's second outlet store at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet York. Appointed as Architects following the successful completion of Haribo's London Designer Outlet shop in 2017, MWA were responsible for designing the store’s internal layout, features and

Festive cheer for Yorkshire pubs

Despite high numbers of pub closures across the UK in recent years, Yorkshire’s pubs appear to be weathering the storm with a fall in the percentage of businesses in the sector at higher than normal risk of insolvency for the second consecutive month. According to the latest research by insolvency and

Bradford district sparkled this December

Christmas was well and truly brought to life across the Bradford district this month with live theatre performances, carol services and farmers markets. Sparkling Bradford, a campaign which incorporates all of the season’s experiences, has seen hundreds of people gather at numerous events over the winter season to enjoy everything the

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