Heathcotes appoints Group Managing Director

Chesterfield-based care provider, Heathcotes Group, has appointed Brendan Kelly as Group Managing Director providing strategic leadership nationwide. Brendan was a Regional Director with a national charity prior to joining Heathcotes Group in 2009 as Regional Director for Heathcotes Northern. In his new

Nottingham Hawaiian restaurant scoops Good Food Award

The Midlands’ first Hawaiian poké bar, Pokéwaves, has been crowned a winner at the Good Food Awards 2020 in Nottingham. Located in the intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham city, Pokéwaves specialises in serving up fast and fresh Poké dishes (pronounced poke-ay), offering

Lesley Cree Opticians supports local Santa

Lesley Cree Opticians were happy to announce their support for local patient Robert Coleman, in his role as Santa this Christmas, by providing him with a new pair of prescription glasses. The Radcliffe-On-Trent local, who strikes an uncanny resemblance to Santa Claus,

John Pye duo aims high for charity with Kilimanjaro climb

John Pye’s business development director Sheldon Miller and his brother, business development executive Lucas Miller, took on the summit of the world’s largest free-standing mountain this week, raising money for the Trent Bridge Community Trust and Nottingham Forest Community Trust.   Sheldon

Nottingham Gym to Welcome World-Famous Wim Hof Expert

A CITY centre gym is set to welcome an expert in the world-famous Wim Hof technique – the first time the stress-relieving, fear-crushing approach to breathing has been presented in the Midlands. Kinetik gym, on Bottle Lane, will host Australian breathing guru

Morley Hayes appoint new golf manager

Derbyshire hotel, restaurant and golf complex Morley Hayes has boosted its golf team with the appointment of Max Howard as golf manager. Max joins the Morley Hayes team from the Marriot Breadsall Priory Hotel & Country Club, where he spent more than

HOUSEBUILDERS SUPPORT FOR LEICESTERSHIRE CHARITY

A Leicestershire-based charity that supports those affected by life limiting conditions has received a £1,000 cash boost, thanks to a leading regional housebuilder. Hospice Hope was selected by Persimmon Homes North Midlands as its latest Community Champions winner. The national match-funding scheme