A new exhibition entitled ‘Moving On, Looking Forward’ has opened at Ceredigion Museum in Aberystwyth focused on looking ahead to the new year positively.
Wonderwool Wales, the award-winning show that celebrates all that’s great about Welsh wool and natural fibres, is planning to return in style in 2022 following a pandemic enforced absence of two years.
The sponsor of the Salop Leisure Football League, which was launched last season, has praised the officers, clubs and match officials for making the new venture a success.
Ambitious Welshpool-based web developers, designers and digital marketers gloversure added another accolade to its list at the Powys Business Awards.
Young entrepreneur Aled Woosnam, whose businesses have continued to thrive despite the pandemic, collected the Entrepreneurship Award at the Powys Business Awards.
The first ever drive-in Powys Business Awards on the Newtown campus of NPTC Group of Colleges was declared a big success as the event was blessed with fine weather last Friday night.
A leading Shropshire businessman has praised a partnership in Shrewsbury that has put on a fantastic floral display to lift spirits in the lead up to what would have been the town’s famous flower show weekend.
Tony Bywater, chairman of caravan and motorhome dealership Salop Leisure, commended the collaboration between Shrewsbury Town Council, Shrewsbury in Bloom Committee and local businesses
The global Covid-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of a prestigious four-day culinary event that was set to attract the world’s best chefs to compete in Wales in October.
With pandemic restrictions continuing to impact countries around the world, the Culinary Association of Wales (CAW) had no other choice than to call off the Worldchefs Global Chefs Challenge, scheduled for the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport from October 23-26.