KeCo Foodservice Packaging Ltd, based in Kimbolton, is delighted to have been awarded British Retail Consortium (BRC) ‘AA’ High Hygiene accreditation for a fourth consecutive year! 
 

A comprehensive signal restoration has been completed along the 7.5 mile railway between Peterborough and Yarwell, operated by Nene Valley Railway. The Eastern Region Semaphore which was originally recovered from Drench Drove Station in 1982 is one of the most important and visible signals along the route but has recently been deemed by technicians to be ‘unmaintainable’. Consequently, a financial donation of £11,296 from local construction specialist, the Mick George Group has permitted the necessary upgrades to be completed, allowing for this historic exhibit to safely control the operational railway once again.

The Future High Streets Fund (FHSF) bid for St Neots is one step closer to becoming a reality after the Council’s Cabinet meeting on Thursday 13th February.

What's on offer?

- A training needs analysis for your business, identifying the skills you need to support your business ambitions

- Flexible training - pick full qualifications or mix and match individual units to suit your business

- On-the-job vocational training to meet individual and business needs including taught learning, workplace assessment, distance learning and online learning

Kimbolton business, KeCo Foodservice Packaging Ltd., is going from strength to strength and is celebrating further Company success having been awarded national recognition within the UK foodservice and hospitality industry by scooping the coveted ‘Bunzl Catering Supplies Supplier of the Year Award 2019’, at the Bunzl Catering & Hospitality Divisional Conference 2020! 
 

As you may know the Cromwell Museum is currently closed for major refurbishment. It will re-open in March with a new modern design and layout showing more items than before. This is a major opportunity to help the Museum help Huntingdon.

Monday, 16 December 2019 12:02

Mick George: Chief Financial Officer

The Mick George Group has developed into the leading, independent construction services business in the East Anglia and East Midlands region, recently being listed 178th in the Sunday Times Top Track 250 which ranks Britain’s private mid-market companies with the biggest sales, with annual turnover now exceeding £200m.

Recognising the significant contribution that their employees have made in the Group’s sustained success story to date, they continue in their quest to attract talented individuals that can join the existing team to add further value across the Company.

The boss of a Huntingdon firm Encocam has been made an OBE by the Queen in a ceremony which took place at Windsor Castle.

Dr Mike Ashmead, who is founder and chairman of Encocam Ltd, was awarded the honour in the Queen's birthday honours list announced in the summer.

Marketing Consultancy Keystone and design agency Big Bear Cretaive have demonstrated the power of collaboration with the launch of Keystone's new brand and website this month. 

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 12:26

EDGE Careers Fair: Exhibition space full

Exhibition space for the EDGE Careers Fair is now full.