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  • Outstanding Results for Charles Russell Speechlys in Legal 500 2022
    21st October 2021

    Charles Russell Speechlys has achieved significant endorsements in Legal 500 2022, a comprehensive guide to the best law firms in the UK. The international firm was recognised in over 60 categories nationally, with Charles Russell Speechlys’ Guildford-based office being ranked

  • An Update From Louise Punter, CEO Surrey Chambers of Commerce
    21st October 2021

    Louise Punter-CEO Surrey Chambers of Commerce There is no doubt it has been a difficult 18 months and as we keep being reminded it isn’t over yet, with infection rates still rising and businesses struggling to find the staff they

  • Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy relocate to Arena Camberley
    21st October 2021

    Next month sees Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy relocate their Frimley base to an open plan flexible workspace at Arena Business Centres, Camberley. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is a leader in the renewable energy industry, working to provide the world’s best

  • NEW DATA SHOWS EXPORT RECOVERY REMAINS FLAT AMID DISRUPTION TO SUPPLY CHAINS
    21st October 2021

    Proportion of UK exporters reporting increased export sales (30%) rose slightly from Q2 (27%) However, proportion reporting decreased sales remained stubbornly and historically high at 26%, while 45% report no change Recovery in manufacturing exports began to fall back slightly from previous quarter  A survey of 2,600 UK exporters has revealed

  • Fall in trade will hit UK SMEs forced to shun EU exporting, warns tax expert
    21st October 2021

    A fall in trade between the UK and EU shows UK SMEs are shunning EU exports, a leading tax expert is warning. Latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows a second consecutive monthly fall in trade, with

  • Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s Tell Me On A Sunday
    18th October 2021

    The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford is excited to welcome The Watermill Theatre’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s Tell Me On A Sunday, running from Tuesday 16 – Saturday 20 November 2021.   Tell Me On A

  • Watch At Home: Tales From Hans Christian Andersen
    18th October 2021

    The award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company are making their brand-new musical adaptation based on the stories of Hans Christian Andersen available to Watch At Home on selected dates during the run. Filmed in front of a live audience, the show will

  • HRH Princess Anne presents Vision Engineering with Queen’s Award for Enterprise
    14th October 2021

    LONDON, 13 OCTOBER 2021: Vision Engineering Limited (Woking, UK) welcomed HRH, The Princess Royal to its Global HQ & Manufacturing facility in Send, Surrey, to present them with The Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its Lynx EVO ergonomic stereo microscope,

  • 9 in 10 Hospitality Firms Struggle to Find Staff – BCC Quarterly Recruitment Outlook Q3
    14th October 2021

    61% of firms overall attempted to recruit in Q2, highest since Q2 2018 77% of those who attempted to recruit reported difficulties, a 7-point rise on Q2 92% of firms in the hotels and catering sector reported difficulties, while 75% of service sector firms said likewise, both the highest response rates on record for the dataset

  • Finalists announced for the Spelthorne Business Awards 2021
    14th October 2021

    Spelthorne Borough Council is delighted to announce the finalists for the Spelthorne Business Awards. The winners will be announced at a black-tie ceremony at Holiday Inn, Shepperton on 11 November. Many congratulations to the following: –       Best business in

  • Hubert Arthur Finney: Out of the Shadows
    12th October 2021

    15 January – 27 March 2022 This winter, The Lightbox will host the new Upper Gallery exhibition Hubert Arthur Finney: Out of the Shadows. The achievements of Hubert Arthur Finney (1905-1991) have been largely overshadowed. This exhibition, the first in

  • Stock shortages and supply chain issues pile pressure on South East businesses
    11th October 2021

    Stock shortages and supply chain issues pile pressure on South East businesses · More than a quarter of mid-sized businesses in the South East say stock shortages are putting pressure on how they operate · A lack of overseas workers,