Bethany Whymark firstname.lastname@example.org @EDPBethany The Television and Movie Store marks 10 years in Norwich 18:00 Bethany Whymark An independent Norwich store is celebrating 10 years of promoting “geek chic” in the city. Thomas Cook launching direct route to Turkey from Norwich Airport next summer 10:38 Bethany Whymark Holidaymakers will be able to jet off from Norwich Airport to Turkey from next summer with the opening of a new route. Manufacturers at risk if agreement on Brexit transition period is not reached soon, industry warns 08:45 Bethany Whymark European manufacturers risk becoming “economic collateral damage” if the Brexit stalemate continues. Three former colleagues start Norwich consultancy to help teach English language tutors 06:30 Bethany Whymark A new consultancy is hoping to help individuals and organisations to deliver top class English language tuition. Arnolds Keys partner to tackle first marathon in US in aid of Norfolk charity Yesterday, 14:00 Bethany Whymark A Norwich property professional is heading to the US to tackle his first marathon at the age of 50. At least £100,000 available for Norfolk charities as Hopkins Homes expands charitable fund Yesterday, 08:00 Bethany Whymark Hopkins Homes is expanding the area covered by its charitable fund – making at least £500,000 available for charities in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire over the next five years. Norwich social enterprise’s new mentoring scheme to benefit young people and businesses Saturday, October 14, 2017 Bethany Whymark A social enterprise helping to prevent youth homelessness is enlisting East Anglian businesses to help with its mission. TUC report recommends new body in Norfolk and Suffolk to manage improvements for manufacturing sector Saturday, October 14, 2017 Bethany Whymark A new body to coordinate infrastructure investment and skills provisions could help reinvigorate Norfolk and Suffolk’s declining manufacturing industry, according to a new report. Uber begins appeal to keep licence to operate in London Friday, October 13, 2017 Bethany Whymark Uber has launched its appeal against Transport for London’s decision to deny it a new operating licence in the capital. What could the future hold for East Anglia’s manufacturing industry? Thursday, October 12, 2017 Bethany Whymark East Anglia has recently seen high-profile manufacturing casualties including Delphi and, potentially, Colman’s Mustard. So where does the region’s manufacturing industry stand now, and where is it going? BETHANY WHYMARK reports. Norwich City Football Club signs deal with Jordan Fitness to revamp training facilities Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Bethany Whymark A King’s Lynn-based fitness supplier has expanded its portfolio of elite customers after signing a partnership agreement with Norwich City Football Club. LSI Architects signs Time to Change mental health awareness pledge Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Bethany Whymark A Norwich architectural firm is showing its commitment to raising the profile of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace by signing up to a national campaign. Aviva makes top three in Institute of Directors’ governance survey Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Bethany Whymark Insurance giant Aviva has been commended for its corporate governance in a national survey. Businesses coached in dealing with mental ill health in the workplace Monday, October 9, 2017 Bethany Whymark Mental health is an issue which it is becoming increasingly hard for employers to ignore. Bethany Whymark joined a training session for managers to find out more. 2 Sisters plant in Flixton, near Bungay, among 12 more being inspected by FSA over food safety concerns Monday, October 9, 2017 Bethany Whymark A Suffolk poultry plant is among more facilities owned by the UK’s biggest supplier of supermarket chicken to be inspected amid food safety and hygiene concerns within the company. How ill would you have to be to take a day off sick? Monday, October 9, 2017 Bethany Whymark A “worrying” attitude to taking time off have been revealed in a new survey, which found one in four workers would have to be in hospital before they took a day off sick. Charity duck race goes swimmingly for Alan Boswell Group Sunday, October 8, 2017 Bethany Whymark Insurance broker Alan Boswell Group is celebrating after scooping a victory in a charity race. Palmers confirms commitment to East Anglian stores after announcement of Bury St Edmunds closure Friday, October 6, 2017 Bethany Whymark An East Anglian department store chain which announced the closure of one of its premises this week is still performing well despite a “challenging” trading environment, according to its chairman. UK high street sees sales growth for second consecutive month in September Friday, October 6, 2017 Bethany Whymark The UK high street had its best September for five years as shoppers proved they are willing to spend in the build-up to the Christmas season. Future50 deadline extended Thursday, October 5, 2017 Bethany Whymark Nominations are still open to find the most innovative and ambitious businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk. Britvic and Unilever Norwich factory closures: What we know so far Thursday, October 5, 2017 Bethany Whymark It has been two days since the news broke that two historic Norwich factories could shut their doors.