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Café on Scarborough’s Huntriss Row brought to the market for the first time in 27 years

Emma’s Coffee Lounge, a cafe and restaurant in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, has been brought to the market for the first time in 27 years through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co. Decorated in a contemporary style, with seating for over 100 covers, the property also benefits from two apartments which

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

Online learning provider breathes life into Ilkley lifesaving campaign

An initiative to make Ilkley the UK’s first town of lifesavers has been launched using a free, online training programme. "Prepared to save a life" is a unique, 40-minute web-based training package launched to businesses this month by Ilkley-based Virtual College. The programme, which is in partnership with Community Save a Life,

Sheffield ethical coffee firm invests £250k in the rise of its Yorkshire roast

Coffee specialist Cafeology is putting the Yorkshire roast on the map. The ethical importer, roaster and distributor credited with kicking off Sheffield’s coffee scene in 2003, is now one of the UK’s largest independently-owned coffee companies. Turning the nation on to its Fairtrade brews and blends has seen annual turnover soar to

Ossett Brewery invests £1.7m in Saltaire “beer factory”

Salt Beer Factory is a £1.7m investment by Ossett Brewery housed in a Grade II Victorian tramshed built in 1904. The development, nestled in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage village of Saltaire, is a micro-brewery with a difference, unifying heritage and modern brewing. The mission is to produce showstopping, hop-forward beers