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Month: February 2023

Nurse marks ‘National Careers Week’ by sharing her “fulfilling and rewarding” role at a psychiatric hospital in Northamptonshire

A woman, who struggled to hold down a job before she found her current role, has spoken out about the daily joys of her job to mark National Careers Week which starts on Monday, March 6. Leanne Thornton had tried…

Work to begin on £14m college health complex featuring VR medical wards and spa

WORK is set to begin on a ground-breaking £14m health and wellbeing complex at Coleg Cambria. The state-of-the-art facility will be built at the college’s Yale site in Wrexham. Bodelwyddan-based Wynne Construction – which also developed the adjoining £21m Hafod…

New website launched to celebrate Mary Prince, whose first-hand story revealed brutalities of slavery

A new website celebrating the incredible story of Mary Prince, the first black woman to have had her slave narrative published, is being launched in Wolverhampton. University of Wolverhampton PhD researcher Ifemu Omari has created the website to help share…

Treat your Mum at The Ivy Cardiff this Mother’s Day

The Ivy Cardiff is celebrating Mother’s Day with a limited-edition dessert and selection of cocktails, available exclusively on Sunday, 19 March 2023. Guests can choose from a duo of cocktails which pair perfectly with The Ivy’s signature brunch dishes. The…

20-20 Trustees and Punter Southall Governance Services merge

Punter Southall Governance Services (PSGS) and 20-20 Trustees (20-20) have today announced they are merging to form Vidett. With a team of 120 and 475 clients, Vidett is now the UK’s largest professional trustee and pension governance firm by number…

Slow down! Fast fashion is so last season

Why your next fashion bargain should be recycled Fashion Week is here – and eagle-eyed fashionistas will be closely paying attention to new trends and the styles of tomorrow. But according to one waste and recycling company which sits on…

Workplace worries: female employees 54% more likely to suffer from anxiety, research finds

Data reveals presenteeism is also an issue affecting women in the workplace with them twice as likely as men to work through illness In the last year, female employees have experienced more work-related health implications than men. According to a…

Les Mills launches new programming to unleash the next generation of club members

LES MILLS Strength Development provides innovative group training for clubs to deliver the results, strength and empowerment that younger generations crave Les Mills has unveiled pioneering new programming to help clubs attract and engage the next generation of members. LES…

SASC invests second loan of £3.3m in One Small Thing to support pioneering project for women affected by the justice system

One Small Thing (OST), a charity dedicated to transforming the criminal justice system for women and their children, has received a second social investment loan of £3.3m from Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC). The loan, from SASC’s Social and Sustainable…

Caring pupil wins business award for comforting mental health ‘Buddy’

A CARING pupil who created a comforting ‘Buddy’ for people suffering with mental health issues received a business award. Emilia Zietara was successful in the National BTEC Social Enterprise Competition run by learning group Pearson and the Peter Jones Foundation….