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Yorkshire bridalwear stores close doors

Bridal Fashions Limited, trading as Berketex Bride, which has retail outlets in Leeds and Sheffield has ceased trading. The company, which has a shop in Queens Arcade in Leeds and a concession in Debenhams on The Moor in Sheffield, and all other outlets trading as the well-known Berketex Bride, will be

Yorkshire businesswomen secures international drinks firm as official event partner

The Yorkshire founder of an award-winning events company has secured an international soft drinks firm as the official event partner for new event, Craft Spirit Expo. Jasmine Wheelhouse, the entrepreneur behind Leeds-based No. 18 Ltd, will partner with Bon Accord Soft Drinks to launch Scotland’s first spirit and cocktail festival in

Yorkshire-based entrepreneur launches Scotland’s first spirit expo

Leeds-based entrepreneur, Jasmine Wheelhouse, will launch Scotland’s first spirit and cocktail festival in Dumfries in February 2019. The founder of award-winning event, The Gin Fayre, will introduce Craft Spirit Expo, to hundreds of people in Dumfries on February 16, 2019 at Easterbrook Hall. Eight other Craft Spirit Expo events will take place

York Handmade helps to restore iconic Scottish church to its former glory

The York Handmade Brick Company has played a crucial role in the restoration of one of Scotland’s most iconic churches. York Handmade, based at Alne, near Easingwold, has provided 12,000 specially-made bricks for St Bride’s Church in East Kilbride, near Glasgow. St Brides was designed by the celebrated architect, Professor Andy MacMillan,

Local business owners should prepare for pensions spot checks, warns local tax specialist

Local business owners should prepare for spot checks on their staff pension schemes a local tax specialist has warned. David Underwood who owns TaxAssist Accountants in Harrogate said: “Spot checks are being carried out across the country by the Pensions Regulator to ensure that employers are complying with the new rules