Month: July 2013

FIT A SHOWER TO YOUR BATH FOR UNDER £50!

Fed up of not being able to fit a shower hose to your bath mixer tap, then this is the answer. In a moment you can screw in the Quick-Fit Bath to Shower Hose connector and then your Mixer tap will work as a shower. All of this for only £49.99! Currently only available for …

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Passive radar technology market to increase at a CAGR of 36%

Over the next decade the passive radar technology market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of almost 36%, with investments into the industry forecast to account for more than $10 billion in revenue. The passive radar market is still in its infancy, and few companies have developed effective, marketable …

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Proposed closure of Ashby dairy

With Arla’s one billion litre fresh milk processing facility at Aylesbury dairy nearing completion, the company plans to close its dairy and distribution facility at Ashby-de-la-Zouch and transfer volume to the new dairy in Buckinghamshire. The proposed closure of the site, in April 2014, could result in the loss of up to 370 jobs, subject …

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Round up a team for the big annual tournament

Families, individuals and beginners are invited to have a go at rounders at the Bury Rounders League gala on Sunday 11 August. The main tourney will see 32 local rounders teams battling it out against each other, after which all members of the local community can enjoy a game. The gala takes place at Elton …

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Jobs saved as company relocates to Bradley Fold

Valley Equestrian is the latest company to set up premises at Bradley Fold Trading Estate in Radcliffe. The company specialises in the recycling of carpets, which are shredded and re-used in re-inforcing galloping and trotting strips for racehorse training. The company has relocated to Bradley Fold following a fire at its former premises in Bolton. …

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Capita Conferences announce their Information and Data Driven Decision Making in Healthcare Conference – 31st October 2013, Central London

 “High quality relevant data is a key tool for commissioning – it underpins assumed liberty for clinical commissioning groups. We will work to ensure information systems are improved and integrated where necessary. We will build a modern data service, care.data, in health and social care. This will provide timely, accurate data derived from information collected …

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I just can’t get you out of my head

Why is it that the catchiest advert jingles, even if we hate them, stay in our heads and just won’t get out? How many times have you been caught unawares doing your own little rendition of  ‘Autoglass repair, Autoglass replace’, or ‘Washing Machines Live Longer with Calgon’, or even more embarrassingly, have you ever found …

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Joint statement from Arla Foods amba UK farmer Board Directors, Arla Foods amba UK farmer Board of Representatives and Arla Foods Milk Partnership farmer board members

Arla Foods is a 100 per cent farmer-owned cooperative, with 12,400 European dairy farmers owners, 1,600 of whom are British. Our business is founded on cooperative principles and our prime focus is to deliver for our farmers.  In keeping with our strategy we are paying one of the highest standard litre milk prices, not only …

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Director of Public Health to leave Bury

Bury’s Director of Public Health, Dr Peter Elton, will step down at the end of August to become clinical director of the clinical strategic network for Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria. Dr Peter Elton has held the DPH role since 2002, but his career in public health spans 36 years. He managed community services …

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Pioneering dementia care pilot scheme for Bury

Bury has been awarded £950,000 to create a pioneering scheme which will should improve the quality of life for people with dementia. The work will be carried out at Rose Court, a privately run nursing and residential care home in Ainsworth Road, Radcliffe. The project is one of 116 projects launched across the country with …

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Launch of new online Health & Nutrition resource: Nutrition Expert

With research into health matters one of the most common types of online search, a new resource has launched to provide users with access to clear information, regular news and user reviews and discussions around nutrition and supplementation. Backed by the UK’s largest direct supplier of vitamins and supplements, Nutrition Expert draws together several key …

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