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Gloucestershire Business News

High street bank scraps fees for unplanned overdrafts

Lloyds Banking Group will no longer charge fees for unplanned overdrafts.

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Manufacturers urged to improve safety of fridge freezers

Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is supporting a national campaign calling for white goods manufacturers to make their products safer.

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Gloucestershire hospice reveals new sponsor

Staff at Capita in Bishop's Cleeve are helping a hospice charity to shine as the main sponsor of its Starlight Hike fundraiser.

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Watch out! Dinosaurs are heading to Gloucester

Ever wondered what a T-Rex ate for lunch? Or fancy walking through a dinosaur swamp? A new exhibition has the answers.

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Budget high street clothing store to close

Discount clothing company Store Twenty One has been liquidated, with a loss of 900 jobs.

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Alert: Motorists face diversions as repairs carried out on these roads

Repair work will take place on 25 roads around Gloucestershire this month to help prolong their lives.

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Vitruvius wins new gym deal

Vitruvius Management Services has won a further contract from gym group Anytime Fitness.

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'We're helping children get excited about engineering'

More than 100 STEM ambassadors at Renishaw are helping to inspire the engineers of the future.

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Ecclesiastical staff have a run-derful time doing ‘marathon’ walk for Longfield Hospice

Staff at insurance company Ecclesiastical have gone the extra mile to raise more than £1,000 for charity.

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Mypower celebrate national success over history-making project

Gloucestershire solar panel specialist Mypower has scooped a national award for its ground-breaking work at Gloucester Cathedral.

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Business leaders react to gig economy report

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has cautiously welcomed today's Taylor Report on the self-employed and the gig economy.

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Recovery is going as planned says M&S chief

The boss of Marks and Spencer says plans to deliver growth for the High Street giant are "on track" despite a fall in sales.

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Retail sales fired up by sunny spell

The recent hot weather helped to heat up sales of summer clothing and outdoor toys, new retail figures have confirmed.

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City shopping centre has new owners and bright future

A major shopping centre in Gloucester has been purchased by new owners who have pledged fresh investment.

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Safran backs photonics developer's international expansion

The parent company of a major business in Gloucestershire has today announced a multi-million pound investment in a technology specialist.

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'Businesses need confidence to press ahead'

More than two-thirds of businesses want a transition period of at least three years after the UK leaves the European Union, according to new research.

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Job vacancy: Senior Journalist/Marketing and PR Account Executive

An exciting opportunity to join the Punchline team has become available.

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Be prepared: road will be closed, diversions in place

Motorists are being warned to expect delays while a road in Cheltenham is closed for resurfacing work.

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Small firms demand better lending standards

Business leaders are calling for improved lending standards and an enhanced British Business Bank (BBB).

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Rendcomb College triumphs at prestigious awards ceremony

Rendcomb College has won the ICT Facility Award at the Education Business Awards Ceremony in London.

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Building society staff in pedal power fundraiser

Sporting staff at the Cheltenham branch of Nationwide Building Society are gearing up for a fundraising 151 miles cycle machine ride on Friday 28 July.

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Cyclists get into gear to use improved route

Commuters who cycle into work have received a major boost with the reopening of popular route in Gloucestershire.

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Sue Ryder launches appeal to refurbish only inpatient unit in Gloucestershire

A hospice in Gloucestershire has today launched a special appeal to help refurbish its specialist inpatient unit.

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Your chance to dine with the pride of the Lions - Hatherley Manor Hotel, September 27

After the British and Irish Lions clash with the All Blacks ended in a draw in New Zealand on Saturday, rugby fans will have a unique opportunity to meet Captain Sam Warburton later this year.

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Rising prices and skills shortage may be recipe for disaster for takeaways - NEW COMMENTS

The takeaway industry has today warned that it is facing a shortage of skills and battling rising costs.

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Ray of sunshine for high street sales

The fine summer weather helped boost June sales on the high street to the best for six years.

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Lakes Bathrooms reveals strong results

Lakes Bathrooms which specialises in bathroom fittings has announced continued growth and expansion.

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Homecare provider ends council contract

Brockworth-based Mears Group is withdrawing its homecare services for Essex County Council after 15 years because it says it is concerned over safety and pay conditions.

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Gloucester firm wins prestigious award for second time

Two county companies have won a prestigious design award for a new housing development.

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Government urged to end "shambolic delay" over rates relief

Business leaders want o speed up help for small firms facing unacceptable increases in their Business Rates.

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What's On: Battle commences at Tewkesbury Medieval Festival

Reenactors, entertainers and traders from all over Europe are descending on Gloucestershire this weekend for the annual Tewkesbury Medieval Festival.

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County shopping centre scoops national award

A Gloucestershire shopping arcade has been presented with a top award for its green credentials by TV impressionist Alistair McGowan.

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Aerospace group signs deal with China

One of Gloucestershire's biggest employers has announced a major agreement with the Chinese for electric taxiing systems for aircraft.

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House builder provides £3.5 million to tackle complaints

A major housebuilder says it has set aside a further £3.5 million to deal with complaints from customers over its homes

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Cheltenham entrepreneur opens new café in Gloucester

A Cheltenham business man has launched a new café in Gloucester because he can see the city’s business potential.

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UK butter stocks face meltdown

There could be a shortage of butter and cream by Christmas, according to reports.

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Major fundraising day in memory of Emily

A fundraising campaign to make boating safer following the tragic death of Emily Gardner will be held this weekend.

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New game launched in the number one Traffic Panic series

Neon Play, Cirencester based mobile phone game studio, yesterday announced Traffic Panic Boom Town, the latest in its Traffic Panic series which is available free for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

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Your chance to dine with the pride of the Lions - Hatherley Manor Hotel, September 27

With the British and Irish Lions set to take on New Zealand in the decisive third Test this Saturday, rugby fans will have a unique opportunity to meet Captain Sam Warburton later this year.

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Warning: This is where mobile speed cameras will be sited

Drivers are being alerted to the location of mobile speed cameras throughout the county in July.

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Batten down the hatches - it could be stormy

A rural insurer is warning people across the UK to prepare for intense rain and thunderstorms tomorrow with forecasts of flash flooding and damage

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