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Williams Estates targeting ninth successive award win at prestigious ESTAS

A PROMINENT estate agent celebrating a landmark anniversary is heading for record-breaking awards success. Williams Estates has handed over the keys to thousands of doors across North Wales over the last 21 years. Director Jason Williams launched the company at the turn of the century and has grown it strategically from one employee and one…

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Neil says goodbye to GE Tools after 30 years at the helm

ONE of the driving forces behind a leading industrial supplier says goodbye this week after more than 30 years with the business. GE Tools director Neil Coleclough joined the Rhyl and Deeside-based company in 1988 and has helped oversee a period of sustained growth The 59 year-old plans to spend more time with wife Christine…

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Leading lawyer marks 30 years with Edward Hughes Solicitors

ONE of the most prominent solicitors in North Wales is celebrating 30 years with a long-standing law firm. David Jones has spent three decades with Rhyl and Colwyn Bay-based Edward Hughes Solicitors, which also marked a major anniversary recently – its 70th year in business. David, from Denbigh, has seen many changes – including major technological…

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Totally Rad Rob Grey shooting for success with new business venture

A TALENTED musician who launched a creative business in lockdown is shooting for start-up success.  Rob Grey is making waves with his new venture, Rad Stuff Photo Video. With the support of Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council’s (DVSC) Change Makers project, the 29 year-old is now winning contracts and clients across North Wales and beyond. Based in Rhyl,…

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Four North Wales high streets to benefit from £10,000 grants to fill empty shops

EMPTY premises in hard-hit North Wales high streets could soon be filled thanks to an innovative grant scheme. Up to £10,000 funding packages are available through the Welsh Government Town Centre Entrepreneurship Fund for entrepreneurs who are keen to open a business in Wrexham, Bangor, Rhyl, or Colwyn Bay. The Town Centre Miwtini start-up programme…

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Designweb reveals growth plans after raft of new clients join the St Asaph business

A PROMINENT web company has designs on further growth this summer. St Asaph-based Designweb is expanding after securing new clients and partnerships. Led by director Paul Lyons, from Rhyl, the business has customers from across the UK, Europe and even New York. The 44 year-old says Designweb met the challenges of the pandemic head-on and…

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GE Tools continues to grow after more than 30 years at the top of their trade

A LEADING industrial supplier is powering its way to future growth after more than 30 years in business. GE Tools is one of the largest independent distributors of tools, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), hygiene products and personalised workwear in North Wales. Based in Deeside and Rhyl, the company is recruiting new staff to meet demand…

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New HQ and Asia-Pacific expansion for North Wales scaffolding company

BGB SCAFFOLDING has opened new headquarters and continued to expand after securing international deals during the Coronavirus pandemic. The company – now based at the Port of Mostyn in Flintshire – signed high-profile contracts and framework agreements in the offshore and onshore sectors over the past 12 months. Alongside these exciting opportunities, Managing Director Ben…

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Companies warned on blanket employment law policies by North Wales legal firm

COMPANIES must be wary of implementing a ‘no jab, no job’ policy and mindful of other employment law factors that have arisen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, revealed they have been inundated with calls and emails from businesses unsure whether they can legally introduce a blanket rule…

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Award-winning student and tennis coach becomes youngest ever LTA councillor

A LEADING light in Welsh sport and politics has become the youngest ever council member of the national governing body for tennis. Coleg Cambria learner Jonathon Dawes, from Rhyl, was among a group of seven people appointed to the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) Council. Student President at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre, the 18…

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