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HS2 will revolutionise business in the UK

Commenting on Boris Johnson’s confirmation that HS2 will go ahead, Damien Siviter, Group MD at SevenCapital said: “This is very welcome news for Birmingham, the North and the whole of the UK. HS2 is more than simply a great piece of infrastructure to make getting

Government relaunches Fire Kills campaign

The Fire Kills campaign has returned to highlight the everyday accidents that can cause a fire in your home. Launching today, the revamped campaign will highlight that candles, cigarettes, portable heaters and overloaded extension leads can lead to fires in any room of a home. While the

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters head to the UK

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet, will bring their spectacular show to the United Kingdom in Feb and March 2020, as part of their world tour. Tickets for the tour are on-sale now via bookingsdirect.com. The

Bolton announces two new walking and cycling schemes

The schemes are part of the 1,800 Bee Network proposal which will create 2.5 million daily active trips and £6 billion in benefits across Greater Manchester. The Mayor of Greater Manchester and the Cycling and Walking Commissioner are calling on Government to back ground-breaking plans

27th February 2020 is #NationalToastDay

27th February 2020 is #NationalToastDay – the day we celebrate our crunchiest of treasures, TOAST! How will you be spreading the love? Will you be eating your art out? National Toast Day was established in 2014 by Tiptree World Bread Awards with Brook Food to

Salford’s gold for babies

When it comes to babies and children under five, Salford’s services are the most baby friendly in the north west – and that’s official. Salford City Council and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust’s joint nought to five services have become the first in the region

New study confirms success of MenB vaccine in the UK

A new study by Public Health England (PHE) shows that infant vaccination against group B meningococcal disease (MenB) has resulted in a significant decline in cases of the disease in young children since the programme was introduced. The research was published in the New England Journal