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From initial research to find suitable premises for a new community radio station, our group has unearthed a potential opportunity to turn the old Health Centre building into an enterprise hub for local business. Can it be pulled off?
My name's Katie and I'm a consultant for Neal's Yard Remedies Organic. Neal's Yard is a natural and organic health and beauty company. I'd like to tell you how you can earn an extra income from selling their products.
WIBN is a business networking organisation for women only. The Wincanton branch of WIBN meets locally once a month for a sociable lunch and business networking. With professional exclusivity for members, the opportunities are extensive - why not visit us?
The new Wincanton Business Networking Group provides a valuable forum for all local businesses. All are welcome, there's no membership fee and for the cost of a good breakfast you can take advantage of this great networking opportunity.
Not too long ago we lost jobs in Wincanton with the closure of The Adams Cheese Packing Plant. Now, unfortunately, we’ve seen job losses at Waverly TBS, a major drinks wholesaler with a depot on the Wincanton Business Park.
Why does SSDC give Yeovil the lion's share of a £100,000 grant, whilst other Market Towns have to fight for scraps from the leftovers? There's a growing feeling of dissatisfaction at the way in which SSDC administers finances.
What can a small market town like Wincanton do when a double dip recession occurs? Well, it seems that proper prior planning can actually help when times get tough.
We all like to celebrate, because it’s good for us. Having just celebrated another annual event in my life, and having witnessed the greatest sporting show in the world, the UK, and Wincanton, is a great place to be.
I hope the Olympics will be an amazing success, leaving long-lasting economic benefits for the people of the immediate area and the nation. But in the business world we need to be on our guard to protect the town's commerce.
The Purple Poppy is seeking other traders interested in the possibility of establishing a new emporium in Wincanton High Street. Read on if you trade in toys, gifts, crafts, antiques and curiosities.
Katie Petre-Mears is the co-ordinator of the Town Team bidding to be one of the twelve pilot schemes being launched by the government to stimulate the regeneration of small towns. She needs your help and ideas and needs them NOW.
How important is it to regenerate our High Street? There is a lot of talk about it but what, if any relevance does regeneration have for us here in Wincanton, Castle Cary and towns throughout the area?
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