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Greener Growth’s pub project at The Tickell Arms launches more schemes to promote well-being

The transformation of a pub garden is the first corporate project to be undertaken by community interest company Greener Growth.

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Council leaders James Waters, left, and  John Griffiths want to recognise the importance of innovation 
Picture Mark Westley

New award marks innovation

The West Suffolk Award for Innovation is new this year to the Bury Free Press Business Awards.

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Rebecca Morgan and Lisa Eady celebrate their first year at Heritage Beauty at Manor House, Nowton Court Village

Heritage Beauty celebrates its first year at Nowton Court

Two members of staff at a beauty and wellbeing centre who took over the business a year ago are celebrating 12 months of successful operation.

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Simon Wilson who has been appointed as Project Director for the Suffolk Business Park

Project director for Suffolk Park business development is announced

Simon Wilson has joined Jaynic Properties as project director for the 114-acre Suffolk Park development.

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Sugar Beet Factory from Gt Barton

Sugar beet growers new contract terms announced for 2018

Sugar beet growers in the region have been offered their new sugar beet contract terms for the coming year.

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Terry Scrtipps, Christopher Wait and Martin P{eacock from Ridgeons Forest Products receive their Level 4  certificates in Wood Science & Timber Technology. 
Pictured with them are John Park, chairman of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and Jim Coulson, director of TFT Woodexperts Ltd

Staff from Ridgeons Forest Prodcuts, Herringswell are awarded Level 4 certificates

Three employees of Ridgeons Forest Products at Herringswell have been presented with their Level 4 certificates in Wood Science & Timber Technology.

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Nancy Cushing started Tadpole Tunes, a Bury toddler music group, in 2007 and is stepping down after 10 years, with her two classes today being her last. 
Picture: Mark Westley

Founder of Tadpole Tunes steps down but successful East Anglian pre-school music group continues to grow

The founder of Tadpole Tunes, who set up the pre school music business 10 years ago, is stepping down.

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Neville Fayers has retired after working at the Norish site since 1973. He was the site engineer.   Pictured: Neville Fayers being presented a certificate from Finance Director Aidan Hughes  PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Site engineer retires from Norish in Bury St Edmunds after 44 years

When Neville Fayers went to work at a cold storage company it was just a two week temporary job. Now some 44 years later Neville has retired after years of loyal service.

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Jane Wood of WS Training hands the 2016 award to Chantele Roffe of  Burys Portcullis Market Access, watched by compare  Paul SInha. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Recognise trainee excellence

Apprentices and trainees are the future of all businesses so it is important they are given the encouragement to do well.

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C&C Training Ltd celebrates its 10th anniversary



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Bury St Edmunds Training company C&C celebrates 10 years of growth and helping businesses with vital skills for staff

Two sisters who combined their skills to create a training business are celebrating 10 successful years.

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Paddy & Scott's Cafe, Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds

Paddy & Scott’s from Bury St Edmunds links up with Kenyan coffee farmer to promote ethical coffee trading

Independent coffee merchants Paddy & Scott’s, which has a shop in Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, has set up a joint venture with a Kenyan coffee farmer to drive forward the company’s ethical trading stance.

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Opening of Cheers restaurant on Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

‘Cheers’ to new restaurant in Bury St Edmunds

A couple who brought their own authentic cuisine to Thetford have opened their second restaurant in Bury St Edmunds.

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Lorraine Clark from Clarke Care gets her Customer Care Award 2016 from BFP advertising manager Jamie Brodie, left, and compare Paul Sinha

Your chance to say thanks for top class service

Have you had customer service that went beyond your expectations, either from an individual or a company?

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Lucy McGoogan who has set up an eco friendly box delivery business

Bury St Edmunds couple launch an eco-friendly organic product box delivered to your door

A Bury St Edmunds couple who were inspired by the healthy lifestyle and culture during a year long honeymoon in Australia have launched their own business supplying organic boxes of produce delivered to the door.

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Beer festival at the Fox Inn, Garboldisham, to celebrate six months of trading. Beer, food and music.

PICTURES: Milestone at Garboldisham Fox marked in style as hundreds attend ‘brilliant’ beer festival

Beer, sun, music and pub-goers were out in force at Garboldisham at the weekend as six months of trading at The Fox Inn was marked with a festival.

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Jenny Stockman from Suffolk Coast Business and John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce sign the' linked to' agreement for closer working of their two organisations

Closer working agreement for Suffolk Chamber of Commerce and Suffolk Coast Business

Two business organisiations in Suffolk have linked up to provide an opportunity for members to network and provide as clear voice for their members.

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A computer generated concept image of the 80 bedroom Travelodge hotel and drive through Starbucks coffee shop, in Etna Road, Bury St Edmunds. Image by Brookes Architects Ltd.

Plans for Travelodge and Starbucks in Bury St Edmunds are set for approval

Plans for a Travelodge hotel and drive through Starbucks near a key Bury St Edmunds road have been recommended for approval despite concerns.

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Menta  chief executive Alex Till hands the 2016 award to Ben Lion and Richard Clark of Frank and Ernest

Nominate a West Suffolk new business for an award

Menta, the Suffolk enterprise agency, has spent more than 30 years helped businesses start-up, grow and expand.

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Greene King chief executive Rooney Anand

Greene King cheers over record results

Greene King has reported record results for the year ending April 30, with revenue up 6.9 per cent.

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