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May’s Business Breakfast is on Thursday 18th May 2017. Our hosts this month are Accolade Wines. There will also be lots of opportunities to network, and a 60 second slot to introduce yourself and your business to the room, together with refreshments and a light breakfast. Please register here. Numbers will be strictly limited to 50 so book in
We enjoyed Nisbets delicious bacon baps and learnt more about ‘Colleagues, Customers and our Community’ from them. This was a thread which featured through the morning. Our two new Members – eeTEQ ltd and IDS Refrigeration Services were welcomed. Ambition Lawrence Weston shared their work to support local residents into employment; we
Nick Phillips (Site Manager) at CHEP, Western Approach Industrial Park, will be hosting our next Health and Safety Peer to Peer Network on Wednesday 5th April 2017 from 09:30 until 12:00. The session will include: an overview of the CHEP site, what they’re doing and a tour of the site. Please bring your own
Many thanks Shirehampton Golf Club for hosting March’s Business Breakfast and to Business West for supplying the food and drink. The event saw 30+ attendee’s from organisations from across the area come together to discuss the opportunities available from our hosts. As always, the ’60 second intros’ were very interesting. We also heard that
February 2017’s Business Breakfast – Thursday 16th February Our hosts this month were the Chartered Institute of Management at St. Andrew’s House, The Bristol Port Company. John Baker from the Chartered Management Institute talked about the state of UK leadership and management from the perspective of some of their research, and practical, low cost things that can
We encourage you to register your business on the Hinkley Point C supply chain portal at www.hinkleysupplychain.co.uk The Hinkley Point C supply chain database is actively utilised to match the requirements of contractors, including EDF, involved on the Hinkley Point C project with suitably skilled Somerset AND South West companies. The way it works is
From: Letty Anderton [mailto:LettyAnderton@southmead.org] Sent: 06 February 2017 10:40 To: ‘Letty Anderton’ <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: North Bristol Health and Wellbeing E-bulletin – February 2017 Wellbeing in North Bristol Welcome to February’s edition of the Wellbeing E-bulletin from Southmead Development Trust. We will be providing you with regular news of events and activities that promote health
February’s Business Breakfast is on Thursday 16th February 2017 from 07:30 to 09:00 There will be lots of opportunities to network, and a 60 second slot to introduce yourself and your business to the room, together with refreshments and a light breakfast. Register here Our hosts this month are the Chartered Institute of Management at St.
The burst main is on St Andrews Road adjacent to the Asda Distribution Centre and is causing localised flooding and congestion. Bristol Water is attempting to control the leak by throttling the valves, although this is being held up by traffic attempting to continue to drive through the water. A repair crew and a traffic