Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mold Spring Clean

Glorious sunshine greeted the third annual Mold Spring Clean over the weekend of 23rd to 26th March 2012. An incredible 870+ members of the public helped Springy in making Mold magnificent for the forthcoming summer months. Continue reading

FSB and Centre for Enterprise Business Development Competition

 

 

 

 

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Perth College UHI Centre for Enterprise have joined forces and created a competition open to registered companies and social enterprises. Continue reading

Aylsham Photographic Competition

A forthcoming BBC programme, presented by John Sergeant, “Britain’s First Photo Album” is a ten part series due to air on BBC Two in March. The series will focus on the extraordinary achievement of Francis Frith, the pioneer Victorian photographer who embarked upon a colossal project to photograph the UK during the 19th century.

City status is officially restored to Perth

Dr John Hulbert, Provost of Perth & Kinross Council, said “I am delighted that official City Status has been restored to Perth. Everyone in the Council shares my excitement at the prospect of a glorious new chapter in Perth’s long history. Continue reading

Norfolk firm becomes first Carbon Balanced Publication printer

Aylsham-based Barnwell Print has become Norfolk’s first Carbon Balanced Publication printer.
Ever conscious of environmental issues, the company’s responsible approach to the environment has seen a ninety per-cent reduction in the amount of waste sent to landfill – waste that is now recycled instead. And recent investment in electricity usage has resulted in a twenty tonne reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. Continue reading

Celebrating 10 years of Farmers’ Markets in Aylsham

The celebrations for Aylsham Farmers’ Market’s 10th Anniversary were underway early on Saturday 3rd March. There are few FARMA accredited markets in the country so visitors who make the effort to arrive early in Aylsham are guaranteed a real treat. Continue reading