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Entirely Finance
Bury-based financial services firm celebrates Charitable Foundation launch

A Bury-based financial services firm has hosted back-to-back events celebrating the launch of its new charity support initiative, The Financial Options Group Charitable Foundation.The Financial Options Group, based in the Stoneholme building on High Street in Walshaw, hosted two spectacular events o

The Light Yard
Meet the Maker – Gwyn Carless Designs

This week on the Blog of Light, we're catching up with master craftsman Gwyn Carless, the man behind one of The Light Yard's most popular ranges, the GCD collection...

Entirely Retail
Copper, silver and gold leaf lend lustre to The Light Yard's newest offerings

Interior design professionals and homeowners with grand designs of their own can now choose from IP44-rated pendant lighting with copper, silver and 23.5-carat gold leaf finishes, as The Light Yard launches new additions to its popular Alchemist bathroom lighting range.Ideal for unique and dramatic


Manchester Evening News
Gone for Good

Charity advertising feature

Manchester Evening News
Family sports festival

Straplines, body copy and CTAs for this print campaign


Creative Tourist
Snap Happy: Guide to Manchester photography tours - Creative Tourist

For the amateur photographer, there's no better way to experience a city than through a viewfinder. Fancy doing it en masse? Manchester has a multitude of photography tours, walks and workshops. Taking a tour of your home city and photographing buildings you see every day may seem like odd past times but guided walks and camera geekery aren't just for tourists.

Huffington Post UK
Funny Women

The inaugural UK Women in Comedy festival kicked off last week at the Frog and Bucket...

Manchester Confidential
Most Extraordinary New Building In Manchester?

SEVEN tonne steel sentinels, pathways leading nowhere, secret rooms, slanted walls... Manchester's architectural portfolio just got a bit more individual with the opening of youth mental health charity 42nd Street's new headquarters. The dramatic white steel gates visible from Great Ancoats Street only hint at the full measure of architect Maurice Shapero's symbolic design, which is remarkable throughout, functional but fantastic, rational but bizarre.


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