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Ahead of the Agenda: The Week Ahead

March 24, 2019
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Monday March 25 Trading update: Pennon Tuesday March 26 Finals: AG Barr, Moss Bros, Fevertree Drinks Interim: Ferguson Trading updates: Stagecoach, United Utilities Wednesday March 27 Final: Hilton Foods Interim: Bellway Trading update: Diploma Thursday March 28 Final: Eddie Stobart Trading update: Mitie Friday March 29 Interims: BowLeven, H&M Economic announcement: GDP Q4 (final)...

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Pledge sought from Bath businesses as council launches vision to be plastic free by 2020

March 22, 2019
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Pledge sought from Bath businesses as council launches vision to be plastic free by 2020

Businesses across Bath and North East Somerset are being urged to do their bit to help the area become plastic free. Firms can make a pledge to make a difference by ditching single-use plastics, replacing them with sustainable alternatives.  Bath & North East Somerset Council (B&NES) is also asking organisations, schools, clubs and community...

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Firms given ‘export champion’ status to encourage others to explore overseas trade

March 22, 2019
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Firms given ‘export champion’ status to encourage others to explore overseas trade

Two businesses from the Bath area have today been recognised as ‘export champions’ by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox. Organic waste pioneer Advetec and Scanning Pens, the world’s leading supplier of pen scanners, are among 15 leading exporters from across the South West to appear at an...

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After-hours package aims to bring good nights to Thermae Bath Spa

March 22, 2019
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After-hours package aims to bring good nights to Thermae Bath Spa

Thermae Bath Spa has launched an exclusive new package that widens its offer to include night-time visits taking in moonlit swimming in its rooftop pool. Called ‘Thermae After Hours’, the package gives exclusive access for up to 60 guests from 9.30pm to 11.30pm to the unique venue. Guests can enjoy the multi-sensory Wellness Suite,...

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Green light for Good Energy’s sustainable head office could generate new jobs

March 22, 2019
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Green light for Good Energy’s sustainable head office could generate new jobs

Renewable power firm Good Energy is to build a new sustainable headquarters that will enable it to continue to grow and recruit up to 100 more staff. The firm received planning consent from Wiltshire Council for the 31,748 sq ft building in Chippenham, pictured in a CGI, as well as a 255-space multi-storey car...

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Bath Business News photo gallery: Thrings Link

March 22, 2019
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Bath Business News photo gallery: Thrings Link

Tales of crisis and kidnap delighted guests at the recent Thrings Link, the regular networking event staged by the Bath office of the regional law firm. TV presenter, producer, director and media trainer Dave Mason gave a sparkling talk on some of the highs and lows of his time working in television and radio,...

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BID discount scheme aims to get Bathonians to support local cafés and restaurants

March 21, 2019
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BID discount scheme aims to get Bathonians to support local cafés and restaurants

Bath Business Improvement District (BID), the membership organisation tasked with boosting city centre trade, is to launch a café and restaurant discount scheme aimed at directly benefiting people who live or work in the city. Under the B-LOCAL scheme, Bath residents and those commuting into the city to work will qualify for a Discovery...

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Back and bigger than before – Business Showcase South West returns in June

March 21, 2019
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Back and bigger than before – Business Showcase South West returns in June

Business Showcase South West – the region’s largest event of its kind – returns in June with the promise of an unparalleled range of seminars, workshops, speeches and networking opportunities. The event, the ninth since it launched in 2014, again takes place in Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium and will celebrate the best of innovation,...

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Big impact of small exhibition lands Bath’s Herschel Museum shot at national award

March 21, 2019
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Big impact of small exhibition lands Bath’s Herschel Museum shot at national award

Bath’s Herschel Museum of Astronomy is hoping for a big success by landing a national award that champions small exhibitions. The museum’s 2018 Wonder Women of Space exhibition has been shortlisted for a Museums and Heritage Award in a category for projects that achieved a big impact with a limited budget. The one-room exhibition...

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Colliers offering rare chance to take on Full Moon pub and make it shine again

March 21, 2019
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Colliers offering rare chance to take on Full Moon pub and make it shine again

An historic Somerset pub, parts of which date back to before the English Civil War, has come onto the market with a £390,000 price tag. The Grade II listed Full Moon at Rudge, near Frome, has five letting bedrooms and a large garden as well as traditional features including flagstone floors and fireplace.   A...

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