Eleanor Pringle Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Reporter email@example.com @EleanorMPringle 'I swore I'd never run another pub': Landlady with a magic touch reveals refurbished freehouse Friday, October 18, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A landlady who swore she would never run another pub has turned around a traditional country watering hole to an overwhelming response from patrons. Sainsburys bans firework sales in all of its Norfolk stores Thursday, October 17, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Sainsbury's has announced it will no longer sell fireworks. Norfolk MP welcomes Brexit breakthrough and predicts 'brilliant' trade deal Thursday, October 17, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Boris Johnson has secured a Brexit deal with the European Union. Mobile network fails leaving customers without service or data Thursday, October 17, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Mobile customers on the network Three have reported that their service has completely failed. Finalists in the Norfolk Business Awards announced Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Eleanor Pringle The finalists in the Norfolk Business Awards have been announced, a month ahead of the event which celebrates the best of the county's business. Specialist fishing retailer Angling Direct buys out competitor Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Norfolk-born fishing tackle retailer Angling Direct has bought out a former competitor. Bequest valuations company aims to unearth family treasures Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A valuations expert has warned against discarding trinkets in your home - after he found a paint pot worth £360,000 abandoned in a box at a charity shop. Employees' 'confidential' data feared stolen from Bernard Matthews Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Staff at Bernard Matthews have been warned that "confidential" personal information has been lost in what bosses believe was a targeted theft. Multi-million pound brewery to be operating by Christmas Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A Future 50 business which has spent hundreds of thousands of pounds renovating a derelict barn will have their first home-brewed beers ready for Christmas. How brothers built business from selling Argos stock in shed to £2m turnover Monday, October 14, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Two brothers have transformed their lives having grown their business selling Argos clearance stock out of a leaky shed into a £2 million gifting company. Inside the eco-friendly motel that was named among best hotels in the country Monday, October 14, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A Norfolk motel has been named among the best hotels in the UK by the Sunday Times - and now the owners have opened their doors to show what it is like to stay there. Businesses bracing for impact as prospect of no-deal Brexit looms Monday, October 14, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Bosses have shared their fears ahead of Brexit at the end of the month - as well as the plans they have in place to deal with any negative fallout. Brexit breakdown: How your household bills will change after October 31 Saturday, October 12, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Scare mongering aside - Brexit is due to have an impact on the average UK household in the event of a no deal. High street jeweller with Norwich outlet collapses into administration Friday, October 11, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A jewellery chain with an outlet in Norwich has collapsed into administration. Norfolk handed €6 million to increase tourism trade with France Friday, October 11, 2019 Eleanor Pringle The tourism industry is set for a windfall as it has been awarded almost 6 million euros to increase the amount of visitors crossing the channel. Trespass opens new pop-up shop in Chapelfield Thursday, October 10, 2019 Eleanor Pringle A new outdoors pop-up shop has launched in intu Chapelfield today. £1.5 million fund to back innovative projects in Norfolk and Suffolk Thursday, October 10, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Projects looking for funding are being offered the chance to pitch for a chunk of a £1.5m innovation fund. Going green: Why backing sustainability is the smart move for businesses Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Front pages across the United Kingdom and beyond have been taken over by climate change stories - from Greta Thunberg's emotional speeches to Extinction Rebellion protests. Video Thomas Cook shops to reopen across Norfolk thanks to rescue deal Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Thomas Cook employees have had their jobs saved after a rival bought all of the stricken firm's stores. Six Barclays banks saved from closure Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Barclays has stalled plans to shut a number of banks in the region which had previously been earmarked for closure. Video Fears Norfolk could lose Pizza Express restaurants as chain calls in advisers Monday, October 7, 2019 Eleanor Pringle Fans of Pizza Express are fearing for the chain's future as it has reportedly called in financial advisers.