After being based at antique centres in Newark and Lincoln, local resident Ben Mepham is opening a new shop in Bull Yard - for those who still prefer browsing to surfing.
Local businessman, Douglas Gascoine, established Gascoines Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors over sixty years ago. Having recently turned 88, Douglas continues to play an active role in all aspects of the family business.
Looking for somewhere to get away to but don't want to travel far?
Business owners are invited to free workshops during May and June to learn about the importance of fire safety for their businesses.
Tozer Studios was founded in Nottingham just after the Second World War by Miss Sheila Tozer, a renowned and very gifted teacher. In 1972 she passed on the School to the late Miss Alison Willett who continued to develop its ethos and dedication, and in 1995 relocated it to its present rural location at Hockerwood Park, Southwell.
At last, spring is finally here! Clear skies and a touch of the sun encourage us to leave our houses and start socialising outdoors again.
John Harrison Peugeot in Nottingham have been awarded the prestigious Guild of Gold Lion Award from Peugeot for their excellent customer service in both car sales and Aftersales.
Are you looking for an original way to promote your house sale? How about considering aerial video? When BuzzPix has provided promotional photography and video from an aerial perspective, properties have sold much more quickly than expected.
With the Immigration Act 2014 due to be rolled out across the UK from Spring 2015, Deb Simpson, Lettings Manager at Alasdair Morrison Management Surveyors, looks at the implications for landlords.
Dr Ian Campbell, Notts GP, national obesity specialist and co-founder Bodylibrium explains: "I watch with amazement how my patients make sweeping changes to their lives in such a short time. The mind coaching Felicity delivers is medically and scientifically backed, which is crucial for me as a scientist. One day I hope our programmes will be available on the NHS – that will only happen once the powers that be see we're transforming the lives of enough people."
Gascoines' employee, Rita Rippin, recently celebrated her 70th birthday. Rita is a familiar face in Southwell, having worked for the Gascoines' group for 53 years. You will currently find her employed behind the counter at the Loughborough Building Society, within Gascoines' Southwell branch.
Thomas Shevlin has been running a successful family drainage service business, Metrorod, from his Southwell offices for almost 5 years and in that time has seen the business double in size.
Judy Gees, 56, a Cover Supervisor at The Minster School in Southwell has lost a whopping 1st 10lbs with her local Slimming World group in Farnsfield, the first half stone in the first two weeks.
With the sun shining now is the time to come and enjoy a delicious lunch or afternoon tea in the beautiful gardens of Manor Farm, Bleasby.
Red Kite is a luxury 4-star self-catering holiday lodge in the hamlet of Sandyhills on the stunning Solway coast of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
Farnsfield Furniture and Restoration is a small local craftsman business, specialising in wooden furniture and floor restoration as well as bespoke furniture design and build.
A Superkettle replaces your ordinary kettle but is so much more convenient. Electronic controls keep the water just below boiling point without creating steam, ready to make tea and other hot drinks straight away. Water is dispensed at the touch of a button - so convenient for busy households, and also for avoids lifting kettles for people with reduced steadiness or mobility.
Spaces Building is delighted to announce that the second barn conversion on School Lane in Halam is ready for letting.
Technology is now a major part of our lives. Even the humble mobile phone has become smart and has the computing power that only a few years ago, only existed in desktop computers. These huge technological strides are also now making their way into the fabric of our homes.
April 2015 will see major changes to the rules on how and when you access your pension, plus how it is treated upon your death. Headlines have focussed on greater 'pension freedom' but there could be serious tax implications to withdrawing your entire fund in one go. There are also new rules which could affect your inheritance tax position. The age of 75 is still going to be important, but the way death benefits are to be treated is to alter.
With property litigation on the rise, Chartered Surveyors are often called as expert witnesses to provide in-depth commentary and advise on a wide range of contentious property and construction issues. Alasdair Morrison, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyor (FRICS) with independent local estate agents and surveyors Alasdair Morrison and Partners, gives an insight into this professional role.