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A section of the Greenway Cycleway will close at Skylon View (Rotherwas) from Monday, April 19 until May 31, 2021. The section being closed is next to the newly constructed Shell Store with a diversion in place via the Straight Mile which then reconnects with Skylon View/Park and Choose area. The diversion is owing to essential works […]Read more
Businesses are being urged to make full use of a new Covid rapid testing site – and to help keep it open beyond a trial period. Herefordshire Council says the new lateral flow test site at Block B, Skylon Court in Coldnose Road, Rotherwas, is being operated on a pilot basis until April 30. The council […]Read more
A Herefordshire engineering company manufacturing high precision motorsport components is investing on Skylon Park, developing a new 1,600 sq m premises. Central Engineering is looking to expand its operations after clinching a raft of substantial new contracts for projects both in the UK and overseas. The 35-year-old family company works with multiple industries, including aerospace, […]Read more
A US surgical equipment manufacturer is expanding its UK headquarters in Hereford following a 25 per cent increase in UK sales. LeMaitre Vascular took new offices at Stirling House in Centenary Park, just 18 months ago and is now expanding in response to growing demand for its specialist products. The offices, developed by Priority Space […]Read more
Small businesses are being offered bespoke advice to combat rising online threats is being offered through a state-of-the-art digital tool launched by the leading cyber security experts. As part of the cross-government Cyber Aware campaign, GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has created the Cyber Action Plan to help micro businesses and sole traders securely navigate the increasingly […]Read more
On March 24, the National Cyber Security Centre, the Midlands Centre for Cyber Security and the award winning Cyber Crime Awareness Clinic will come together to deliver another lively discussion and update on building an effective Cyber Incident Response Plan. The discussion will cover topics such as: What are the current online risks for your business? What does a data […]Read more
SOLVD and the Cyber Quarter are hosting ‘Tech Leaders Forum: Cyber Security’ a free event for Shropshire businesses to learn more about advances in cyber security threat intelligence and best practice on dealing with cyber security breaches. The session, which runs on 20 April, between 10 am and 11:30 am, is aimed at CEOs, senior managers […]Read more
Business leaders at Skylon Park today welcomed a new report which revealed the UK’s growing cyber industry attracted record investment last year despite the global pandemic. The DCMS Annual Cyber Sector Report, which tracks the UK’s cyber security industry, found the number of active firms in the sector increased by 21 per cent in the last […]Read more
Security and defence businesses from across the Marches are being urged to sign up for a special webinar to help them develop new markets in Central Europe. Jim Vithanage, of the new Marches and Worcestershire cluster group covering the sector, says the February 25 webinar is an unmissable opportunity for companies wanting to do business […]Read more
Defence, security and cyber companies across the Marches are to get specialist support to help them develop new international markets and work more closely together. A new cluster group – overseen by a specialist adviser – is being formed to bring together companies within the sector across Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin. Jim Vithanage […]Read more
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