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Eligible businesses can now access a fully funded one to one advice session with an external Business Adviser through the Growth Hub. The service provides you with an opportunity to speak to an expert adviser about your business and growth ambitions.
Businesses currently trading and operating in the following sectors are eligible for the support:
Agriculture and fisheries
Care sector and services such as childcare and nursing homes
Growth Hub's free 1:1 business review session benefits local social enterprise
Bshirt Ltd: Business partners Lisa Lessware and Philippa Doyle have created a business model and social enterprise based entirely around their own experience as mothers, passion for creative innovation and advocacy in support of breastfeeding in public.
With the Growth Hub's support, Bshirt worked with Iridescent Ideas CIC to develop a growth support plan, whilst ensuring that their social mission was not compromised by their own growth.
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The Forget Me Not Cafe last opened at Curry Rivel Village Hall on 16th March, and for the time being, is closed.Prior to the temporary closure, due to the current Covid situation, the Cafe was very popular and was... 'a great place to make friends, especially for those with memory challenge'We do hope all those that attended the Cafe are surviving the lock down, and we...
The Village Hall has been closed since the 16th March. In recent weeks we have carried out Improvements and other works in the hall, (at recommended 'safe distances') to get the hall ready for whenever it opens again, these being:Fitting of new fire resistant, 'black-out' Curtains in the main Sewers Room. These curtains were made by Suttons Upholstery...
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