The Celtic Collection, comprising a luxury resort, hotels and lodges across South Wales, has just enrolled its 100th active apprentice with the country’s leading provider of apprenticeships to the hospitality industry.
A single owner collection comprising more than 350 paintings, prints and sculptures which belonged to late West Midlands vascular surgeon Magdi Latif Obeid has been consigned to a leading Shropshire fine art auction house.
The collection will be sold over two timed, online auctions from today (September 29) to October 17 and as part of a modern and contemporary art auction running from October 13-31.
A thriving South Shropshire rugby club for young players aged from five and 16 years has received a boost from a major sponsor.
Players from Clee Hill Mini Rugby Club will literally be helping to spread the name and brand of Halls, one of the UK’s leading independent firms of estate agents, chartered surveyors, auctioneers and valuers, this season.
An important collection of Coalport China which belonged to a late Shropshire hotelier, whose collecting interest began as a child, is to be sold over two sales by a leading regional fine art auction house.
The Ivor Southorn Coalport Collection, valued at between value is £30,000 and £35,000, has been consigned by his family to Halls Fine Art in Shrewsbury where the 192 lots will be sold on October 4 and December 6.
A federation of training providers has welcomed a pledge by Minister for Education and the Welsh Language Jeremy Miles to ensure equality between vocational and academic routes of learning in Wales.
Some of the best young string players in the UK will be joining Sinfonia Cymru to perform at Gregynog Hall at Tregynon, near Newtown on Saturday, October 7 at 11.30am.
The concert is a must for live classical music fans and a great opportunity for those that wish to explore it for the first time. Sinfonia Cymru brings the best musicians under the age of 30 years to Welsh communities.
A little pony named Haribo has captured the hearts of thousands of social media fans across the world who are following his rehabilitation journey at a Mid Wales tourism and equine holidays business.
Haribo arrived at Brandy House Farm at Felindre, near Knighton as a small, terrified pony for rehabilitation and re-training with Think Like a Pony horsemanship instructor Sophie Hildreth.
Award-winning, pan Wales training provider Cambrian Training celebrated Zero Waste Week from September 4-8 by publishing its own Sustainability Strategy.
Based in Welshpool, Cambrian Training is one of Wales’ main providers of apprenticeships to businesses of all sizes and is playing a key role in helping the Welsh Government work towards its Net Zero 2050 target.
Get ready for a spectacularly spooky October half term at Gregynog Hall as the famous Mid Wales country estate’s wild woods are transformed into a Haunted Hallowe’en Trail.
Hallowe’en Trail sheets will cost £6 - including a special Hallowe’en themed drink and treat - and will be on sale at Gregynog’s Courtyard Café which will be open from Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, November 5 between 10am and 4pm, as well as a café menu of Hallowe’en specials.
One of the UK’s leading independent firms of estate agents, chartered surveyors, auctioneers and valuers has strengthened two of its divisions by recruiting talented graduate surveyors.
Kate Oakes and Ellie Studley have joined the growing Rural Professional and Commercial teams respectively at Halls’ headquarters in Shrewsbury, having recently graduated.