Take-off at last for Concorde museum

Take-off at last for Concorde museum

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by Mike Ribbeck, The Bristol Post
Take-off at last for Concorde museum

A museum visitor centre and home for the last Concorde to fly is expected to open in two and half years after the project was awarded a grant of £4.7 million by the National Lottery. The fundin...

Black (and blue) Friday in Bristol: Scuffles break out in city supermarkets over bargain televisions

Black (and blue) Friday in Bristol: Scuffles break out in city supermarkets over bargain televisions

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by The Bristol Post
Black (and blue) Friday in Bristol: Scuffles break out in city supermarkets over bargain televisions

Queues were forming outside shops in Bristol from midnight last night as shoppers were out in force in the hope of grabbing a Black Friday bargain. And police had to be called to the Tesco store in B...

Colston Hall sets out big ambitions in £45m scheme to redevelop the Bristol venue

Colston Hall sets out big ambitions in £45m scheme to redevelop the Bristol venue

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by The Bristol Post
Colston Hall sets out big ambitions in £45m scheme to redevelop the Bristol venue

Bosses at Colston Hall say they want every child in Bristol to use the venue once it has been redeveloped. A £45 million appeal has been launched to fund the second phase of the redevelopment o...

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£16.5m A40 Golden Valley congestion buster is given go-ahead

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by The Gloucester Citizen & Gloucestershire Echo

Relief is in sight for hundreds of Gloucestershire commuters struggling through the Golden Valley Bypass every day after the £16.5m Elmbridge Court Business Park transport scheme was approved ye...

Travel firm’s shock departure: its boss

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by The Gloucester Citizen & Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire businesswoman Harriet Green, credited with transforming the fortunes of Thomas Cook, has left the firm. The news of her departure saw the UK’s oldest tour operator’s value...

Bank’s funding puts the swing into Gloucestershire golf equipment company

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:15
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by The Business, The Citizen & Gloucestershire Echo

A golf equipment wholesal business and specialist manufacturer has grown its premises and expanded its exclusive collection to include junior equipment, after receiving funding from Clydesdale Bank. ...

Sawclose Casino wins licence for businesses as part of £14m Bath city scheme

28-November-2014
28-November-2014 10:10
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by Bath Chronicle

The developers behind the £14 million SawClose scheme have been granted new premises licenses for a casino and restaurant. Developers Deeley Freed already have planning permission to build a ca...

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