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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
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Chairman of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce John Bridge

More than 60 per cent of business leaders in Cambridgeshire want the UK to stay in the European Union according to a snap poll.

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Jane Halliday, from Still Wear Purple,

As people are increasingly living longer, relatives and friends have to face tough decisions on where their loved ones should live.

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Hunts Business Awards Launch 2016, at Woodgreen,

The 19th Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business were officially launched on Thursday (April 21) and entries are now open.

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St Ives
The Marbrook Centre, Eaton Socon

A new state-of-the-art dementia and neurological care centre has opened its doors.

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Minister Nick Boles, far right, with stakeholders of the iMET training centre at Alconbury Weald Enterprise Zone.

Following central government’s pledge to have three million apprenticeships in the UK by 2020, the Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills visited the planned site of a training facility that aims to contribute to the target.

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Huntingdonshire Regional College
The CEO of Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Neil Darwin, (right) visits TRB Lightweight Structures, Huntingdon, as part of their National Apprenticeship Week, with Fitter Jack Kosecki,

To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week the chief executive of the Greater Cambridgeshire Greater Peterborough LEP took to the floor at a Huntingdon based company.

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Huntingdonshire Regional College
Airlander 10 unveiled last week with the help of Huntingdon company Forward Composites

A Huntingdon-based company has played a significant role in the production of what will become the world’s biggest aircraft.

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Monique Sveinsson, has set up a business networking group for mums that own their own business based in St Neots at the Workstation, at her home in St Neots, with baby Sienna,

A woman who juggles running her own business and looking after two children has set up a networking group for mothers.

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Peter Woodford with Joe Mason

A St Ives based hydraulic company is celebrating more than 50 years of finding the next generation of engineers.

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Postal times changed at Edison Road, St Ives,  Ken Tester from SAM,

A member of the Federation of Small Businesses is arguing a change to Royal Mail collection times that are affecting their business.

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St Ives
Showflat in the former Anglian Water office building

The former offices for Anglian Water are set to be turned into dozens of luxury apartments by niche developers Almaren Homes.

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Members of the Federation of Small Businesses at the Houses of Parliament

Small business owners from Cambridgeshire were given the chance to discuss the challenges of trade and production with MPs from across the county.

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Jonathan Djanogly

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Macmillan Appeal

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Tom Rawlinson/SITC: New mayor Debbie Townsend and deputy mayor Philip Pope

Councillor Debbie Townsend has been elected as the new mayor of St Ives, following a unanimous decision from town council members at the mayor making ceremony last night (May 18).

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