Features in: November, 2011

Brindley Place still has the Edge

Brindley Place still has the Edge

For the last eleven years, Thai Edge in Brindley Place has capitalised on the areas clean lines and red brick spaces, creating a small Thai oasis in the heart of the cities financial district. With classic through to contemporary dishes, Thai Edge has grown from strength to strength by getting to grips with its marketplace effortlessly. As one of […]

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Ladera – a place in the heavens

Ladera – a place in the heavens

Ladera is located on the southern end of Saint Lucia, just outside the port town of Soufrière, approximately 40 minutes from Hewanorra International Airport. It sits on a forested ridge at 1,100 feet overlooking the volcanic Piton Mountains and the Caribbean Sea. Ladera receives the highest awards and accolades as the best hotel in the […]

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Birmingham Post gets £5m to help local businesses

Birmingham Post gets £5m to help local businesses

A £5 million fund to help businesses across the West Midlands is set to be administered by the Birmingham Post, after the newspaper’s proposals for supporting employers won Government backing. The Post has won a share of the £1.4 billion Regional Growth Fund, designed to give employers access to capital to help them create jobs. […]

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The incredible journey of the Poppy Factory

The incredible journey of the Poppy Factory

The Poppy Factory, explains the story behind the red commemorative poppies and the ex-service men and women who make them. With the death of the last First World War combatant earlier this year, another of the human threads connecting us to that time fell away. But in a white factory building by the Thames, there […]

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Philpotts outperform the competition for business lunches on the move

Philpotts outperform the competition for business lunches on the move

In 1986, a small enterprise launched with the sole aim of becoming the nations number 1 sandwich retailer for modern businesses. It was to be named Philpotts and the original shop which was founded in Chester still stands today. The Birmingham Gazette thought it was high time to sample one of the legendary lunches on the go and […]

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