A second slice of success

1st May 2019

THE owners of award-winning The Water Mill Tearooms are living proof that it is possible to have your cake and eat it.

Just under two years since taking over the tearoom with a working water mill overlooking the River Nene at Ringstead, Iona Campbell and Ben Straw have opened the doors at... Read More

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Fundraising tour

14th May 2019

STAFF at law firm Hewitsons are gearing up for a two-day, 125-mile charity bike ride - the third annual Tour de Hewitsons.

A team of 10 members from across the business will cycle between three of the firm's four offices - in Cambridge,...

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Online video for retail success

1st May 2019

By Alan Perkins

Managing Director

SilverDisc

APRIL saw SilverDisc once again shooting video on location, this time at Silverstone for the forthcoming British Superbikes season for our client Be Wiser Insurance, sponsors of...

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Communication goes ultra-fast

1st May 2019

A DECISION to invest £40m in Northampton to give nearly every home and business access to next generation ultra-fast broadband is testament to the vision of the team at telecommunications specialist dbfb.

The Northampton-based service...

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Faster than the speed of writing

1st May 2019

By Brian Kingston

Chairman

dbfb

THIS month I fully intended to write this article in advance. When that failed to happen, I assured myself that it would at least be on the due date. However, I had forgotten my wedding...

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Let food battle commence

1st May 2019

RESTAURANT critic and MasterChef judge William Sitwell has laid down the gauntlet for what he calls the Food Battle of Britain.

In a challenge to regions across the country, Sitwell argues that his home county of Northamptonshire has a...

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The importance of investigation meetings

1st May 2019

By Jennie Jahina

Head of Employment Law

Wilson Browne

 

AT the recent CIPD seminar held at our Kettering office, one of the seminar topics I presented concerned investigations and the importance they should be given. I...

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When is a contract not a contract?

1st May 2019

By David Farmer

Associate

Wilson Browne Solicitors

MOST people will be aware of the tragic accident of Emiliano Sala, the Cardiff City striker, who died in a plane crash on 21 January, when the light aircraft in which he was...

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Acquisition by 'firm of choice'

1st May 2019

IN recent years the Wilson Browne Solicitors name has become so much more than a name - it has become a brand that people recognise and associate with high-quality work, a dynamic forward-thinking approach, and a sharp but sustained increase in...

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Puttin' on the ritz for charity

1st May 2019

VICKI Pearce and Rachel Hayes from the Court of Protection team at Wilson Browne Solicitors took to the stage in March and performed with Lesley's Dancers Musical Allsorts, a tap dancing group from Hackleton, at their annual Village show.

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Work starts on luxury apartments

1st May 2019

THIRTY years since the first spade went into the ground to create its now renowned 36-hole championship golf course, Northamptonshire-based Hotel & Spa, Whittlebury Park, has unveiled its plans for a £5m development of four blocks of one, two...

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Rediscoving some foodie treasures

1st May 2019

EARTHY-tasting pigeon, sour rhubarb to make your teeth cry out and mussels with a layer of sand eaten on a windswept beach - all memories from a well-spent childhood.

Now, decades later, there are better memories thanks to the culinary...

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Dedication when disaster struck

1st May 2019

STEPPING up to the mark when disaster struck has seen Thrapston-based firm Whitco rewarded for its industry-leading levels of customer service.

Whitco Catering & Bakery Equipment Ltd is known throughout the food industry for its...

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Stay protected against cyber attack

1st May 2019

WE live in a hugely exciting world of technological innovations, with more and more of our business being conducted online. Inevitably, this has given rise to a huge network of criminals who target large and small businesses with attacks that...

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Flushed with success

1st May 2019

YEAR 4 at Wellingborough School have been studying India as part of their curriculum during the Lent Term. More specifically, the slums and lack of access to fresh water and toilets.

When researching how they could make a difference to...

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Entries open for business awards

1st May 2019

ENTRIES have opened for the fourth annual Wellingborough Chamber of Commerce Business Awards.

Designed to celebrate commercial success, the awards are open to all businesses across the borough, not just existing members.

Entrants...

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