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PetPlace pumps £1m back into the business and reveals future ‘Covid store’ plans

A PET retailer will roll out new branding after significant reinvestment following a lockdown sales surge and funding boost. PetPlace has pumped the £1million it received from the Coronavirus Business Loan Interruption Scheme (CLBILS) back into the business. The award-winning company, which has a headquarters in Mochdre and sites in Ruthin, Chirk, Abergele and Mold,…

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Adult Learners Week – Single mum turns life around on Cambria skills courses

AN AWARD-WINNING single mum who turned her life around with the help of Coleg Cambria is planning for a career in the beauty industry after achieving academic success. Sara Jane Thomas endured a traumatic and troubled youth, which included drink and drug addiction and as a victim of domestic violence. But the 31 year-old, from…

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Holm Care aims to raise standard in the sector after successful lockdown launch

A CARE business launched in lockdown is aiming drive up standards in the sector. Holm Care is just five months old and already employs more than 25 staff in the Greater Manchester area. Founder Nik Seth, from Sheffield, set up the company after seeing how difficult it was to find high-quality care for his own…

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Adult Learners Week – Pensioner helps granddaughter with home schooling after IT course

DAVE JOHNSON was able to help his teenage granddaughter with home schooling in lockdown thanks to a Coleg Cambria Skills for Adults course. The former heating engineer admits to not being the most tech-savvy learner, but quickly got to grips with the college’s Essential Skills classes in Using a Tablet, and Word Processing, held at…

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College students support campaign for more social distancing among teenagers

COLEG CAMBRIA is supporting a campaign urging students to socially distance and lower the risks of Coronavirus. Led by Denbighshire County Council and backed by local authorities, the emergency services and education providers in North Wales, learners have been encouraged to keep to the two-metre rule and help in the fight against COVID-19. The council…

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New Edward Hughes Solicitors manager Jane Watson on life in lockdown legal role

A LAW firm leader’s first job in her new role was to prepare staff and clients for the Coronavirus lockdown. Almost immediately after being unveiled as Practice Manager for Edward Hughes Solicitors, Jane Watson had to undertake the daunting task of ensuring their 30-strong workforce could work safely from home. Both the Colwyn Bay and…

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New album from pilot and musician Allan Dawson to land on September 21

AN AIRLINE pilot has reached new heights with an album two decades in the making. Reflections of Your Face is the fourth offering from North Wales singer-songwriter Allan Dawson. Completed during lockdown, the collection ranges from piano ballad Undeterred and joyful Snowclear, to the bittersweet first single, Bubble, and epic I Wish This Would Last…

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£21m Coleg Cambria redevelopment will boost Wrexham town centre economy

THE £21m redevelopment of a leading college will boost the visitor economy and commercial centre of Wrexham. When Coleg Cambria opens the doors to the new extension at its Yale site later this year, students and visitors will experience a hub focused on the creative industries, technical learning, industry partnerships and skills that will be…

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Mick the milkman one of the heroes of Coronavirus lockdown

“I was due to retire this year but couldn’t bring myself to do it. I don’t want to let the elderly and vulnerable in my community down.” Mick White added 40 new customers to his milk round during the Coronavirus lockdown, and every single one of them has stuck by him. He and wife Vicky…

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Clogau Gold to open five new stores after charity campaign raises more than £200,000

CLOGAU Gold has enjoyed a glittering period of sales success despite the global Coronavirus pandemic. The North Wales-based jeweller plans to open a further five stores in the coming months and turnover is up on last year. The business also raised a staggering £200,000 for NHS charities via customers donations, a raffle and demand for…

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