Month: March 2021

New book boosts appeal to honour F1 hero Tom Pryce

A new book has shone a light on the brilliant talent of tragic F1 hero Tom Pryce – who went from being a tractor mechanic to a potential world champion in just four years. Authors Darren Banks and Kevin Guthrie have pledged to donate the proceeds from sales of the book to create a permanent […]

Village Bakery set to create 115 new jobs in Wrexham following major investment

A fast-growing bakery has secured an investment deal to fuel major expansion plans which will create 115 new jobs. The owners of the family-run Village Bakery are retaining a material investment in the company, which is due to open a new super bakery on Wrexham Industrial Estate this summer. The business will continue to be […]

Care boxes sent as tribute to farmers who are keeping us all fed during Covid crisis

Care boxes packed with goodies have been sent to hard-working farmers across North and Mid Wales to thank them for keeping the country fed and nourished throughout the pandemic crisis. More than 100 St David’s Day gifts have been sent out by kind-hearted South Caernarfon Creameries (SCC) based in Chwilog in Gwynedd as a surprise […]

Britain’s Got Talent choir aims to hit the high notes in Japan – virtually

A boys choir that wowed judges on hit TV show  Britain’s Got Talent is looking to have the same impact in Japan. Only Boys Aloud will be taking part in a televised concert in the Land of the Rising Sun with three Japanese youth choirs from the cities of Kitakyushu, Kumamoto and Oita that hosted […]