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Cross Keys Homes launches new e-learning platform

Cross Keys Homes (CKH) is able to provide training and support to even more residents following the launch of its new e-learning platform.

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Freelancers, start-ups and independent professionals

Greater Anglia’s new regional trains help drive best-ever autumn performance results

Regional train services in East Anglia have continued their record-beating run of performance during the…

How stepping up your marketing in 2021 can boost your business

Marketing in 2021 may continue to look a little different, as we wait for the…

Applications open for free business support programmes to help grow your social or environmental start-up at Allia Future Business Centres

Applications are open for our new Impact Accelerator programmes in both Cambridge and Peterborough – offering 6 months of hands-on, intensive support and coaching to take your impact business to a new level.

This Land donates Christmas craft equipment to primary pupils in Fen Ditton

This Land Ltd, developer of Cityglades on Ditton Walk are delighted to donate craft equipment…

The Cambridge Building Society re-launches Help to Buy Mortgages

The Cambridge is once again offering Help to Buy mortgages, supporting First Time Buyers get…

Toilet waste on tracks becoming confined to history due to Greater Anglia’s greener new trains

Trains emptying toilet waste directly onto tracks are rapidly becoming history as Greater Anglia is…

Katharine of Aragon Festival goes online to adapt to Covid restrictions

Peterborough Cathedral has confirmed that the annual Katharine of Aragon Festival will go ahead online…

Start 2021 off on the right foot by taking part in Step a Million for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity!

“I wanted to take part in Step a Million as walking is so important for well-being both physical and mental health”

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