A Cheshire development – Alderley Park – is beginning to take shape with the launch of The Ride and The Serpentine.Created by luxury specialist PH Homes, this residential enclave near to fashionable Alderley Edge promises to ‘redefine Alderley living’; and these two new stages will add a wide variety of exclusive properties to the scheme.The Ride occupies a southern corner of the 400-acre former country estate of the Stanley family, with 14 homes inspired by the architecture of local villages, arranged around a newly-created ‘green’ adjacent to the estate’s original cricket pitch and walled garden.Entering through an imposing gateway with pillars topped by imperious stone eagles, it will feature a new landmark ‘lodge’ incorporating a distinctive octagonal ‘tower’, and includes the Gardener’s Cottage, a Victorian home originally built for the estate’s Head Gardener, transformed into a four bedroom home.PH Homes Alderley Park Cheshire The Ride and The Serpentine October 16, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » New development set to ‘redefine Alderley living’ previous nextLand & New HomesNew development set to ‘redefine Alderley living’The Negotiator16th October 20170514 Views
2 Sisters Food Group has invested £10m in a new state-of-the-art bakery extension at its Gunstones Bakery site in Dronfield, near Sheffield. The new facility will provide 25% additional capacity to the site and will focus on producing hot cross buns and iced and spiced products, allowing the business to grow in key categories.The new line – called ‘Bake 4’, will eventually be producing up to six different products in a day once it is fully commissioned.Planning for the project has been ongoing for 18 months in order to fulfil customer demand for increased volumes of hot cross buns.Kirk Connor, Gunstones site director, said: “We’re well-known for baking some of the best products in the business, and this new facility will only enhance that reputation. We’re really delighted to have got this on track and show our customers and our employees that we mean business.”Local MP for North East Derbyshire Natascha Engel added: “I was very impressed with the new facility and hope that this will bring in more contracts for Gunstones Bakery.”The new facility is a refurbished warehouse building on the site, which has been stripped down to the metal frame and started again.Leading-edge equipment, including ovens and proofers from Italy, has been installed.Gunstones family bakery was founded in 1862. It produces hot cross buns, iced and spiced rolls, sushi and sandwich rolls across its chilled and frozen divisions and employs 1,000 people.
Today, Colorado funk favorites The Motet and Muscle Shoals-native electronic-infused, improvisation-heavy psychedelic rock duo BoomBox have announced a co-headlining performance at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO. The show will take place on June 2nd and feature support from British-born quartet The New Mastersounds.Relive The Motet’s 2017 Red Rocks Performance With This Feel-Good Video Recap Set To “Supernova”The Motet has made a habit out of bringing together diverse talent for an early June blowout at Red Rocks. Last year, The band was joined by 90’s hip-hop heavyweights Jurassic 5 and Bay Area blues/R&B outfit The California Honeydrops. The previous year, in 2016, The Motet was joined by Vulfpeck and Medeski, Martin & Wood for their first-ever headlining play at the amphitheater and their first with the band’s current lineup (Dave Watts, drums; Joey Porter, keys; Garrett Sayers, bass; Ryan Jalbert, guitar; Lyle Divinsky, vocals; Gabe Mervine, trumpet; Drew Sayers, sax). Before that, in 2015, they joined forces with co-headliner Lettuce as well as DJ Jazzy Jeff and Exmag for their Red Rocks affair. This year’s lineup with BoomBox and The New Mastersounds promises to continue that funky early-summer tradition.Watch pro-shot video of “The Truth” from The Motet’s 2016 Red Rocks performance below via the band’s YouTube page: For more information on The Motet, BoomBox, and The New Mastersounds at Red Rocks on June 2nd, 2018, or to see a full list of upcoming Motet tour dates, head to the Motet’s website.To keep up with BoomBox’s tour plans, head to the BoomBok website.For a full list of upcoming shows on the books for The New Mastersounds, head to the band’s website.
by: Brooke HowellThese days, content marketing is essential to getting your business noticed and connecting with customers and prospects. Once you’ve gotten started, though, it’s important to continually monitor your performance, learn more about top trends and proven tactics, and adjust your approach to do better in the future.This week I’ve been thinking about common content marketing mistakes I see companies making, and I found some articles and blog posts to help you learn more about what not to do so you can improve your company’s content marketing efforts.5 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Content Marketing Strategy by Jayson DeMers at Forbes: “Right content, wrong audience. This is perhaps the most common mistake I see businesses making. Among the businesses I work with, it’s rare that I see content that’s factually incorrect or poorly written. What’s far more common is seeing great content that’s just not right for its intended audience. How to avoid this mistake: This mistake can easily be avoided by testing out a variety of content with your audience. Consult your analytics to see which content has performed well in the past, and emulate that in terms of format, readability score and promotion and distribution methods.”Avoid Content Marketing Until You Can Answer “Yes” To These Two Questions by Casey Wright at The Huffington Post: “Is our customers’ experience consistent with our values? For every one company that is not yet ready to explain its values, there are a hundred who are too embarrassed by their real values to share them with their customers. The result is hypocrisy–something that is immediately sniffed out and punished by customers. Take McDonald’s for instance. McDonald’s is trying to rebrand as a healthy. They are leading this effort with their content marketing–increased transparency about ingredients and increased discussion of healthy menu options. Unfortunately for McDonald’s, these marketing efforts fall flat, because the experience most people have of McDonald’s is so different from the message McDonald’s is sending.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
More from The Daily Gazette:Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationCuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccine Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionAdd these to Trump’s “accomplishments”I would like to add to the 289 Trump accomplishments alluded to in Mr. DeAngelus’ Feb. 17 letter. Oh, where to start. Our national debt is estimated to be $25 trillion by 2021. So much for Republicans’ fiscal constraint. Our children and grandchildren will thank us. Mexico will pay for the wall. I forgot, that won’t happen. The rest of the world looks up to us — not. The tax cut will mostly benefit the middle class. Really? The swamp will be drained. Now that’s a good one. I would like to add a few more to get to an even 300, but the paper might run out of space.James Brodie Schenectady Do more to coordinate social justice effortsThe need for improved educational services for youth and adults indicates social justice coordination among agencies is essential.Recognition of this by SUNY’s University Center for Academic and Workforce Development (UCAWD) has established a network of Educational Opportunity Centers collaborating with state, municipal and county agencies, secondary and post-secondary institutions, community-based organizations, and business and industry in its efforts.Academically and economically underserved students who are at least 16 years old have accessed traditional classroom learning with applied science or hands-on projects to become skilled workers for businesses.Collaboration among guidance counselors, teachers, teacher assistants, parents and students is essential for the state Board of Regents’ Whole Child Social and Emotional Learning approach to access classroom learning and applied science projects for the students.In our area, the GE Brilliant Career Lab was established through partnership by the GE Foundation, the GE Power, and Schenectady city’s public-school district.The reproduction of that model requires social-justice minded individuals to persuade municipal and school district officials to utilize the State-County Shared Services Initiative to coordinate the federal-state funded 21st Century Community Learning Center program with the UCAWD network for academically and financially underserved youth and adults.Michael McGlynnWatervliet Our area would be the best place for AmazonMr. Bezos, please consider the New York Capital District/Tech Valley as an excellent Amazon HQ2 LIC alternative.1. Believe the governor could make it happen in his backyard with incentives.2. Benefit to the region. Jobs create income which generates tax revenue from 25,000 employees, people have disposable income which creates revenue for local businesses and additional tax revenue, and reduction in government funds required to support unemployment issues.Available real estate for a project of this proportion. Downtown Albany skyscrapers that could be renovated, state office complex, Rensselaer waterfront.3. Quality of life with great healthcare, low crime, great schools, affordable housing, low traffic, increasingly temperate weather, low probability of floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, natural disasters.4. Intellectual talent including established model for technical transformation, already being the No. 1 location in the world for intellectual talent in the field of nanotechnology.Leading technical companies already established here including Global Foundries (recently brought 10,000 jobs), Regeneron (leading pharmaceutical firm growing exponentially), and GE’s Global Research. Access to new talent through leading world class technological universities: RPI, SUNY Polytechnic, SUNY Albany, Albany Law.5. Location: currently 2.5-hour car/train ride to New York City or Boston. Modern, easily accessible international airport. Capital government proximity.6. Recreation: extensive hiking and biking trails, swimming, skiing, fishing, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, parks, clean air/water, active outdoor minded people.Proximity to Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, Saratoga, Lake George, Hudson, Battenkill, and Delaware rivers. Proctor’s off-Broadway plays. Short trip to skiing, Cape Cod, New Jersey Shore, Hampton’s beaches, and Montreal.Michael IzdebskiBethlehem
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MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC is in a dilemma over whether to participate in by-elections due in June this year.The Morgan Tsvangirai led MDC successfully won the recall of 21 MPs who had joined a splinter party throwing their seats vacant and necessitating the polls.The MDC has been riddled by leadership wrangles after losing in the July 2013 elections last year the former secretary general, Tendai Biti, broke away with 20 other legislators to form the MDC renewal.Tsvangirai hit back calling for their ouster from parliament since they no longer represented the party on whose ticket they had won their election two weeks ago he got his way but now faces another headache.Whether or not to participate in by elections for the vacant.MDC Spokesperson Obert Gutu says One of the key resolutions that was agreed upon at congress was that the MDC shall not participate in any election in Zimbabwe until such time that electoral reforms are carried out.The MDC wants an electronic voters roll, unbiased coverage in public media and equal access to all parts of the country particularly ZANU PF dominated rural areas.It’s unlikely the changes will be made before June and that is the cause of the MDC’s conundrum.The party’s national council is due to meet here in the next few days to answer the burning question to contest or not to contest.One person who certainly won’t be contesting is Willias Madzimure, one of the recalled MP’s.He and his counterparts will have their challenge to their recall heard by the constitutional court in a fortnight but he says if the ruling goes against them he won’t try to win back his seat.
BACOLOD City – The LandTransportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) awarded a notice ofcompliance to this city’s Local Public Transport Route Plan (LPTRP). Also, the Congress agreed to providean P80,000 subsidy per unit. During his talk, Delgra announced thatunits worth less than P1 million will also be available. “We would be able to transform thepublic transport landscape of Bacolod in the next three months. The routes,identified in partnership with the Department of Transportation and LTFRB, arethose seen as viable and sustainable,” said Delgra. “I’d like to think that the operatorsare receptive. In fact, I’ve talked to a number of them. They’re veryreceptive, we just need continuing engagement in terms of what the program isall about, what the elements of modernization are,” Delgra added. “It’s not just about shifting into newvehicle units, it’s the system itself that we want to change. We startedJanuary 2018 and we continue to implement it,” Delgra said. As part of the program, the LTFRB alsolaunched the “Tsuper Iskolar” with the Technical Education and Skills DevelopmentAuthority (TESDA). Delgra added the PUVMP would nothappen without the support of the local government and the transportstakeholders themselves. “About 67 percent of air pollution iscaused by jeepneys, that’s why I’m pushing for this. I hope that as soon as possible,we can start the implementation here in Bacolod,” said Lopez, who heads theCity Council’s committee on environment and ecology. The transition period will run untilJune 2020, and after it ends, “everything will be mandatory”, he said. He noted that for Bacolod, some 22routes have been identified and validated to cover 2,400 modern vehicle units. TESDA Region 6 director Gaspar Gayonaintroduced the assistance offered to transport cooperatives to provide theirstakeholders with additional training through scholarships and livelihoodtraining. This will now pave the way for theimplementation of the Public Utility Vehicle (PUV) Modernization Program, LTFRBchairman Martin Delgra III said. “We will assist you in formingcooperatives so you can apply for routes,” Delgra told the transport operators. Earlier, the LTFRB said it wouldprovide a five-percent equity, six-percent interest and a payment period ofseven years for the modern jeepneys that cost around P1.2 million to P1.8million. The roadshow aims to engage thetransport cooperatives and operators directly with the system of PUVMP, headded. Councilor Carlos Jose Lopez, who spokeduring the program, said he supports the PUVMP not only to provide the Bacolodcommuters a safe and comfortable travel, but also to protect the environment. Four groups, including the Federationof Bacolod City Drivers Association, Sentrong Samahan ng Tsuper at OperatorsNegros, United Negros Transport Cooperative and Pulupandan Transport SectorConsumer Cooperative, received certificates that will enable them to sendscholars for TESDA trainings. (With a report from PNA/PN)
Monmouth seeks revenge on Quinnipiac February 22, 2020 STEPPING UP: Rich Kelly and Kevin Marfo have led the Bobcats. Kelly has averaged 16.2 points and 4.6 assists while Marfo has put up 10.2 points and 13.2 rebounds per game. The Hawks have been led by Ray Salnave and Deion Hammond. Salnave has averaged 14.4 points and 4.7 rebounds while Hammond has put up 15.8 points per game.ROBUST RICH: Kelly has connected on 37.1 percent of the 170 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 6 of 21 over the last three games. He’s also converted 88.3 percent of his foul shots this season.SIGNIFICANCE OF 75: Quinnipiac is 0-7 when opposing teams score 75 or more points. Monmouth is a perfect 7-0 when its offense scores at least 75 points.STREAK STATS: Quinnipiac has lost its last three road games, scoring 64.7 points, while allowing 79.3 per game.DID YOU KNOW: Monmouth has committed a turnover on just 18.2 percent of its possessions this season, which is the second-lowest percentage among all MAAC teams. The Hawks have turned the ball over only 13.1 times per game this season.___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditQuinnipiac (12-13, 7-8) vs. Monmouth (15-11, 9-6)OceanFirst Bank Center, West Long Branch, New Jersey; Sunday, 2 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Monmouth seeks revenge on Quinnipiac after dropping the first matchup in Hamden. The teams last faced each other on Jan. 12, when the Bobcats outshot Monmouth from the field 44.7 percent to 37.3 percent and hit 17 more free throws en route to the 14-point victory.
… over $100 000 in cash, prizes up for grabsWITH the sports world at a standstill, one of Guyana’s sports-betting companies, iBet Supreme, is looking to provide entertainment while reinforcing the necessary measures needed to fight the COVID-19 global pandemic, as part of its corporate responsibility.iBet Supreme, in collaboration with Banks DIH through its Monster Energy Drink brand, will host a FIFA20 eSports tournament.This will be played online so that participants won’t have to leave their homes thus adhering to the laws governing the current COVID-19 situation.The tournament, League of Champions, will feature 32 participants in 31 games across eight playing days spanning two weeks.It will be open to persons above the age of 18, and the final selection will be done based on information provided during registration.The tournament will be played using the ‘win-or-go-home’ format, with the winners of the first round advancing to the round-of-6, then to the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.The winner will pocket $50 000 and a case of Monster Energy drinks while the runner-up will receive $25 000 as well as a case of Monster Energy drink.Third place will walk away with $15 000 and the corresponding prizes.While it can be argued that this is the first venture of its kind in Guyana, eSports is a growing industry since it became mainstream around 2010, eSports is now a significant factor in the video game industry, with many game developers actively designing and providing funding for tournaments and other events.“iBet Supreme is looking to open a pathway into this industry in Guyana with our inaugural tournament,” the company said in a release yesterday.For registration and tournament information call us on telephone number 608-7036. Registration will begin tomorrow and the first match day will be on Saturday.Supreme Ventures, a well-respected and well-regulated company, operates its Guyanese brand, iBet Supreme through Supreme Ventures Guyana Holdings Inc. (SVGH) and Supreme Ventures Enterprise Inc. (SVE).