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Are you a school or business in East Anglia looking for IT support? Breathe Technology are the complete IT Services provider in the region, with unrivalled expertise in outsourced IT support/managed services, systems integration, network security or IT projects. We will be exhibiting at the Peterborough Biscuit Business Event on on 7th February. Why not come and find out how we can help. We would love to meet you
Greenwoods employees raise thousands for local causes in 2017
Greenwoods Solicitors LLP are delighted to announce its charity fundraising total for 2017: £6,245.60 was raised by employees for their two nominated charities of the year.
When: Friday 9th March 2018
Where: St Catharine's College Sports Ground, Cambridge
Time: 7pm - 7am
Entry Fee:
Adult (16) - £10.00
Family (2 Adults 2 Children) -£17.50
Child (Under 16) - FREE
Are you looking to recruit high calibre scientists?
If your business seeks quality candidates in the scientific arena, consider taking part in Cambridge Network's next careers event, a Science Recruitment evening on Tuesday 27 February.
Business lecture explores 'Innovation in Education'
The next Cambridge Network business lecture on Tuesday 30 January explores 'Innovation in Education' - looking at how the fast-moving world of technology can provide resources and virtual environments to enable teachers and trainers to motivate and engage with their students.
Businesses urged to embrace a circular future
A pioneering economic model that is helping Peterborough achieve international acclaim, and could help local businesses enhance their overall efficiency, will be the main topic at the next Bondholder Breakfast organised by Opportunity Peterborough on 1 February 2018.
Cheaper weekday train travel on sale
Weekday train travel is getting cheaper - thanks to a special offer just launched by Greater Anglia aimed at blowing away post-Christmas blues.
Compact solutions to help the environment
Mick George Ltd now offer a range of recycling solutions suitable for different organisations.
King’s Ely duo qualify for Cross Country Championships
Two King’s Ely athletes will be representing Cambridgeshire at this year’s Cross Country Championships.
PCSO helps King’s Ely Acremont pupils to try and catch the porridge thief
Children at King’s Ely Acremont turned into mini crime scene investigators under the watchful eye of a local PCSO.
Exciting times for Scrutton Bland Financial Planning
Scrutton Bland, a leading provider of financial services and independent financial planning advice has been named as one of the Top 100 financial planning firms in the UK.
S-Tech appoints new director
Cambridge-based S-Tech Insurance Services has announced that Phil Thorpe was appointed to its board of directors.
Businesses urged to consider charity support in 2018
Opportunities are open to businesses interested in boosting staff morale, increasing public awareness and embedding their name in their local community, through charitable support.
Charity PECT reaches 25-year milestone for environmental action
Back in 1993 the charity PECT was launched to house the city’s environmental ambitions. The organisation has now reached its 25-year milestone, and is calling for members of the public to get involved in its plans to achieve an even greater impact in the next quarter of a century too.
Greater Anglia opens up station rooms for community use
Greater Anglia is offering empty spaces in stations to local communities across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.
Join the Chamber team as an administrator in the Cambridge office
We’re looking for an administrator to support the busy membership and export documentation functions at the Chamber.
MP calls for urgent upgrade to A10 on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Lucy Frazer MP was interviewed about the importance of upgrading the A10 on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Breakfast Show.
Larkfleet Homes announces plans for a new housing development in Bourne
Larkfleet Homes is bringing forward proposals for up to 110 new homes, a proportion of which would be 'affordable homes', on land north of Manning Road, Bourne.
Points of View: Market Outlook
This week Trina Yates of NW Brown focuses on the global market outlook in 2018.
Recently engaged or planning your wedding?
Trinity Hall's experienced wedding coordinator, Jane Telfer, shares her tips on planning the perfect wedding.
Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards
There are just two weeks to go for you to make a bid to join the illustrious role of honour by entering the 2018 Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards.
Chief Exec says goodbye to his beard for charity
Flagship Group Chief Executive David McQuade has said goodbye to his beard in aid of The Helping Harry Trust.
Christmas Raffle raises funds for local children's charities
Staff from the Cambridge based construction company, the Kershaw Group, rounded off 2017 by raising £3,495 for two local charities, at their annual Christmas lunch and charity raffle.
Labour and Skills Shortages Biggest Challenge
The findings of the British Chambers of Commerce quarterly economic survey, the UK’s largest and most authoritative private-sector business survey, indicates that skills shortages are reaching critical levels.
Renowned violinist and pianist to perform at King’s Ely
Acclaimed violinist Charlotte Rowan and pianist Charlotte Stevenson will be delighting an audience at King’s Ely this January.
Withburga house victorious in King’s Ely Senior House Debating Competition
Withburga house were crowned the winners of the King’s Ely Senior House Debating Competition for the second year running.
Entries now open for the 20th Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival
Entries are officially open for the annual Dragon Boat Festival which returns to Peterborough Rowing Lake on Saturday 9 June and organisers Gable Events are expecting a bumper turnout to celebrate its 20th anniversary year!
Environmental charity PECT calls for public votes to help reduce plastic pollution in Peterborough
The charity PECT is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative to help reduce use of single-use plastic bottles and promote a healthy lifestyle, by improving access to free drinking water throughout Peterborough.
Get on course to learn in 2018
Whatever your training needs, Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration has a course to help you.
New motorway improvement scheme could cost £1.5 billion
In the January edition of connected, Ian MacKellar reports on the A14 improvement scheme.
Waste management contract awarded
Second contact secured by Mick George on the A14 improvement scheme.
Heath Court celebrates new sponsorship deal, by offering complimentary race tickets for customers
Newmarket Racecourses is delighted to announce the Best Western Heath Court Hotel as the new headline sponsor for its popular race evening, featuring a six race card, on the Rowley Mile Racecourse on Thursday 17 May 2018.
Larkfleet Homes starts year with land deals for £35 million developments
Lincolnshire builder and developer Larkfleet Homes has kicked off the New Year with a series of deals to buy land for 189 new homes with a total development value of £35 million.
New Year Recruitment Week
Mick George to host recruitment week this month for job seekers.
New Year, new start – but how can you avoid your divorce turning ugly?
After many warring couples cope with the pressure cooker that is Christmas – January and a new start to a new year is often the time to call it a day.
Spanish dancers and musicians celebrate Katharine of Aragon with Peterborough Cathedral performance
An evening of Spanish dance, music, and words from the homeland of Henry VIII’s first queen is to open the 2018 Katharine of Aragon Festival on Thursday 25 January.
Woodfines take a place on enlarged Metro Bank lending and securities panel
Woodfines are pleased to announce that after a successful tender, we have won a place on Metro Bank's lending and securities panel.
Event venue's founder sponsors enter into new partnership deal
Long running supporters of the East of England Arena and Events Centre (EEAEC), leading independent insurance brokers and financial planners Alan Boswell Group have recently renewed its sponsorship agreement, for the fourth year, with the regional venue.
Risk management company goes from strength to strength
The team at Norwich-based Alan Boswell Risk Management (ABRM) has expanded less than a year after the company launched, due to unprecedented demand for its services.
£757,000k Not Out
An increasing sight in the Cambridgeshire region, local business Mick George Ltd is certainly justifying its presence, with yet another funding donation to eight separate developments throughout the county.
550,000 East of England businesses can get free help with their tax returns
555,645 small businesses in the East of England are urged to sign up to an easy-to-use forum to get top tax tips.
King’s Ely mathematicians shine in annual competition
Talented King’s Ely students won a haul of awards in this year’s Senior Maths Challenge.
King’s Ely students get creative with global fashion designer
Award winning fashion designer José Hendo visited King’s Ely to share her skills and expertise with Sixth Form students.
Larkfleet CEO predicts 'opportunity and uncertainty' in 2018 housebuilding market
Karl Hick, CEO of Lincolnshire housebuilder Larkfleet Homes, predicts that the new homes market in 2018 is set to benefit from the budget that was delivered towards the end of last year by Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond.
Start-ups: make an impact in 2018
Start-ups with ideas to make a positive impact on people, planet or place, are being offered the opportunity to join Allia's next cohort for the Serious Impact Accelerator in Cambridge.
Christmas Tree recycling appeal
Community comes together to help Arthur Rank Hospice top previous tree donations.
Dreadnought building given new lease of life
T R Freeman ltd, part of the Kershaw Group, is proud to be working on a complete roof refurbishment of the Dreadnought building, University of Greenwich.
Larkfleet starts work on Oakham retirement homes and dementia care unit
Larkfleet Homes has started construction work on a 'continuing care retirement community' (CCRC) in Oakham, Rutland.
Larkfleet's New Year resolution - help plug construction skills gap
Larkfleet Homes, the Lincolnshire-based housebuilder, has made a New Year resolution for 2018.
Securing a business-friendly trade deal with EU must be New Year priority
A future UK-EU trade deal must minimise barriers to trade says the British Chambers of Commerce.
The sky's the limit for Kershaw
Kershaw Mechanical Services is adding to their education portfolio once more, after being selected for the Mechanical and Electrical installation at a brand-new Professional and Technical Skills Centre based in the grounds of Stansted airport.

Forthcoming Events

January 17 2018 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Peterborough
January 18 2018 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Cambridge
January 19 2018 / 12.30-2.30pm
Peterborough Construction Networking Lunch
January 23 2018 / 7.45-10.00am
Cambridge Safari Networking Breakfast
January 24 2018 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Fenland
January 25 2018 / 5.00-7.00pm
Beer Tasting and Networking - Ely
February 1 2018 / 9.30am-12.00pm
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