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Regional clusters of specialised excellence bolster fintech strength

Devolved nations and English regions are focusing on specific disciplines, but collaboration and cooperation are key to future success Fintech has one big advantage over many other parts of the economy: it knows no geographic boundaries. The sector is prospering across the UK, with clusters demonstrating growth and excellence in all the nations and regions.

futurescot.com ,  6 days ago 0
Regional clusters of specialised excellence bolster fintech strength

Peterborough City Council approves new five-point plan for homelessness and rough sleepers

"Homelessness continues to be an ongoing issue in the city" Peterborough City Council has approved a new five-point plan to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping in the city. Councillors at a meeting of the cabinet on January 10 – their first of the New Year – were told homelessness continues to be an "ongoing issue" in the city due to the Covid pandemic.

cambridge-news.co.uk ,  10 days ago 10
Peterborough City Council approves new five-point plan for homelessness and rough sleepers

15 stunning photos that will make you want to travel

Breathtaking photos from people’s travels across the globe have been released as part of the CEWE Photo Award. It's fingers cross for next year that covid will not hit our travel plans - and already many people are thinking about where they want to jet off to for their next holiday.

staffordshire-live.co.uk ,  18 days ago 1
15 stunning photos that will make you want to travel

Inflata Nation Telford weathers Covid storm to welcome 70,000 visitors in first year

An inflatable theme park in Telford has welcomed 70,000 visitors since opening just 12 months ago. Bosses said they are thrilled with the bumper bookings since throwing open the doors to Inflata Nation at Telford Centre last December. The site – which boasts mega drop slides, ball pools, a wobbly gladiator podium and bumper cars – hasn’t had it easy in the first year in business.

shropshirestar.com ,  23 days ago 0
Inflata Nation Telford weathers Covid storm to welcome 70,000 visitors in first year

Letter: Short-sighted approach of cutting community and well-being facilities

Stuart Haw, a PhD researcher focusing on community owned leisure facilities has shared his views on the decision to close the Key Theatre and suspend public access to Werrington Leisure Centre: This week, many residents were understandably shocked by Peterborough City Council's decision to close Werrington Leisure Centre and the Key Theatre.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Letter: Short-sighted approach of cutting community and well-being facilities

Peterborough City Council facing £26.5m funding gap to shut theatre

A theatre could close as part of cuts at a council that has been warned by government about the state of its financial health. Peterborough City Council is proposing to shut the Key Theatre on 17 January along with the temporary closure of the Werrington Leisure Centre on 1 January.

bbc.com ,  1 month ago 1
Peterborough City Council facing £26.5m funding gap to shut theatre

Paws before buying a puppy this Christmas

Trading Standards is warning against buying puppies imported from abroad this Christmas following continued concerns about puppies illegally entering the UK without the required vaccinations. Puppies that are imported from abroad can only enter the UK 21 days after a valid Rabies vaccination and must be at least 15 weeks old at the time of entry.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  1 month ago 2
Paws before buying a puppy this Christmas

Taxi marshals in place to get you home safely over festive period

Revellers will be able to get home safely over the festive period thanks to the taxi marshal scheme. . The collaboration from Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire Police will mean marshals will be operating in the city centre every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, as well as Sunday, December 26 and Sunday, January 2.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Taxi marshals in place to get you home safely over festive period

Taxi marshals to help Peterborough revellers get home safely this Christmas

Taxi marshals will help Peterborough revellers get home safely from the city centre over the festive period. Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire Police are collaborating to offer the service with marshals operating over the busy festive period. Marshals will be operating every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, as well as Sunday 26 December and Sunday 2 January.

peterboroughtoday.co.uk ,  1 month ago 2
Taxi marshals to help Peterborough revellers get home safely this Christmas

Plans to make Peterborough a cultural hotspot approved

Plans to help transform Peterborough into a' cultural hotspot' over the next decade have been given the go-ahead by councillors at a full council meeting. A wide-ranging new Peterborough Cultural Strategy for 2021 to 2030, aimed at boosting the city’s cultural offer, enhancing people’s quality of life and attracting further investment and visitors was formally agreed by councillors at a full council meeting last night.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Plans to make Peterborough a cultural hotspot approved

Festive fun in Peterborough begins ahead of Christmas

An array of markets and performances are set to bring festive fun to Peterborough city centre over the next few weekends. Shoppers heading in to get their Christmas presents will be able to enjoy a wide range of food and drink options, as well as family entertainment. The weekend of December 18-19 will be particularly exciting, with a new microbrewery and distillery market on the Saturday, and the return of the Vegan Market on Sunday.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Festive fun in Peterborough begins ahead of Christmas

Ofcom clear LBC's Steve Allen over 'provocative' Tilly Ramsay comment

Ofcom clear LBC's Steve Allen over Tilly Ramsay comment LBC radio presenter Steve Allen has been cleared by Ofcom of complaints made against him due to a comment on one of his shows about Tilly Ramsay. In total, 860 complaints were filed regarding the remark, which occurred during a discussion of Strictly Come Dancing, as Allen described the children’s television host and social media star as a “chubby little thing”.

heraldseries.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Ofcom clear LBC's Steve Allen over 'provocative' Tilly Ramsay comment

Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Ofcom Responds To Steve Allen’s Controversial Tilly Ramsay ‘Chubby’ Comment

Ofcom has cleared LBC presenter Steve Allen, 67, after he called Tilly Ramsay, 19, ‘chubby’ despite backlash. There were 860 complaints sent to the regulator after he called the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant a 'chubby little thing' during her stint on the BBC competition show.

tyla.com ,  1 month ago 1
Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Ofcom Responds To Steve Allen’s Controversial Tilly Ramsay ‘Chubby’ Comment

Steve Allen cleared by Ofcom over remarks about Strictly star Tilly Ramsay

860 complaints were made to watchdog In an update to the ‘body-shaming’ of Tilly Ramsay, radio presenter Steve Allen has been cleared by Ofcom. The LBC presenter came under fire after he mocked the Strictly Come Dancing star as a “chubby little thing” on air.

entertainmentdaily.co.uk ,  1 month ago 9
Steve Allen cleared by Ofcom over remarks about Strictly star Tilly Ramsay