An enterprising Ellington woman has set up a company travelling around the country serving gin from a converted horsebox.
Huntingdon-based housing association Luminus has begun talks over a proposed merger with another provider – following the departure of its chief executive and a damning government report.
An award-winning St Ives company has moved into larger premises following a period of significant growth.
Huntingdonshire businesses have been recognised for their hard work, commitment and growth at an industry awards.
The chief executive of Huntingdon-based social housing provider Luminus has stepped down from his post.
Members of the district’s business community came together last Wednesday to hear about The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards.
A construction company has built on its fundraising efforts by partnering up with Macmillan Cancer Support.
Promoting excellence was high on the agenda as businesses in St Neots and the surrounding villages came together for a special event.
Substantial growth in business has prompted an award-winning marketing agency to move into new premises.
A rental industry stalwart has been recognised for his dedication and contribution to the sector over a period of more than 50 years.
Regulars at a Hartford pub have raised a celebratory glass after their local received three awards from the Huntingdonshire branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
A leading boiler manufacturer has stamped its mark on the district with the aim of teaching the engineers of the future.
An action group has been launched by concerned villagers in Hemingford Abbots to “fight plans to dump a giant recycling plant on their doorsteps”.
Commitment to specialist work in the control and treatment of invasive weeds has driven a St Ives ecologist to be awarded a prestigious industry accolade.
A Huntingdon estate agency has been recognised as the county’s most active property agent for its high rate of deals completed.
Rapid growth in emerging markets has given a manufacturer the chance to increase its footprint with a move to larger premises in Huntingdon.
A new networking group has launched to allow like-minded businesses to meet and build trusted relationships.
Residents of The Hemingfords have expressed their concerns over plans to build a waste recycling plant on the former Hemingford Abbots golf course.
More than 140 businesses took the chance to promote their products and services at the district’s biggest business-to-business fair last week.
Godmanchester Running Club will be going a lot more than the extra mile to raise funds for a charity dear to members.