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Doors of Charles Roe House set to re-open with exciting new venture

Doors of Charles Roe House set to re-open with exciting new venture

Charles Roe House is planning to open its doors again to reveal an exciting new fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of Macclesfield’s emerging food district … and you could play a valuable part in making it happen!

Husband and wife team, Rick and Amy Armstrong,  have signed up to the Kickstarter crowd-funding scheme to offer a whole array of pledge rewards to help fund their exciting plans for The Copper Room.  Whatever you pledge can be used on meals at the restaurant, stays at their related Airbnb, cooking lessons, tickets to special events … and much more!

The Kickstarter scheme allows 30 days only for the financial target to be met, and it works on an “all or nothing” basis, and the clock is ticking now.  Find out more HERE about how you can have a stake in helping this exciting new venture in the heart of Macclesfield succeed, and help the town’s burgeoning reputation as an upcoming “foodie” destination grow.

 

Great start to 2021 for Thorneycroft Solicitors

Great start to 2021 for Thorneycroft Solicitors

Although the current pandemic has placed pressures on the business community throughout North Cheshire, it has been a successful and exciting beginning to 2021 for Macclesfield based law firm, Thorneycroft Solicitors.

Having had a presence in Macclesfield for over 3 decades, they have shown their commitment to the town and the wider community for many years, helping them with any legal needs, and they are delighted to announce that they have opened a second office in the heart of Macclesfield, further cementing their relationship with the town and its people.

The new office is located on King Edward Street in the centre of Macclesfield and will be the main base of operations for the firm’s Conveyancing, Private Client and Employment Law teams. However, clients will still be able to arrange appointments and have their legal needs met at both the main office and the new office.

Managing Director of Thorneycroft Solicitors, Rachel Stow said:  “Having been searching for a suitable location to establish a high street presence in Macclesfield for many years, we are delighted to be able to open a new location on King Edward Street.”

“Our main office will continue to be on Bridge Street, however, this new office will provide improved convenience for our clients, thanks to its town centre location and nearby facilities including parking.” The new offices will also feature improved accessibility that will benefit our clients who are less mobile or require the use of a wheelchair.”

“It is an exciting time for our business and we look forward to assisting our clients with their legal needs for many years to come.” Rachel added.

Thorneycroft Solicitors are also excited to announce the addition of Tina Timmins and Sarah Johnson to the Private Client team.

Sarah has joined the Family Law team in the role of Matrimonial Solicitor. With over 25 years experience, Sarah brings a wealth of experience to the role and the ability to handle a wide range of family law legal matters.

Tina has joined the firm as a Private Client Assistant, having worked for a number of reputable firms during her career including Blunts Solicitors, another Macclesfield based firm that has now closed. She is able to assist with all aspects of Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney including Court of Protection work, and Will writing and has developed a specialism for working closely with elderly clients.

Both Sarah and Tina have already settled into their new roles and have hit the ground running.

It is an exciting time for the firm as they continue to grow and cement their status as one of the North West’s leading law firms.

 

You can learn more about Thorneycroft Solicitors or locate their nearest office by clicking here.

Support digital and creative innovation in Cheshire & Warrington

Support digital and creative innovation in Cheshire & Warrington

You are invited to a new network to support digital and creative innovation in Cheshire and Warrington.

Hive Network is an initiative from the Digital Hive and will host a series of free virtual events to help inspire and support businesses through rapid digital growth.

Hive Network invites global leaders, innovative tech start-ups, agencies, small businesses and freelancers to join together to support, inspire and collaborate at the launch event on Tuesday 2 March at 3.30pm. This free event will bring together a community of like-minded businesses and esteemed keynote speakers talking about “Digital Innovation Post Pandemic”, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session.  Keynote speakers include:

  • Mike Ryan, Futurologist, Fusion Futures “Digital Innovation in a brave new world post pandemic”
  • Jo Baker, Technology Innovation Consultant for AstraZeneca “Utilisation of cutting-edge technologies and adaptation in a virtual world”
  • Clare Hayward, MBE, Director of Cirrus and Chair of Cheshire & Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership “Working together to ensure Cheshire & Warrington have the skills to harness the power of digital innovation post Pandemic”

Book your place at:   https://hivenetworklaunch.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Hive Network aims to run three types of event rotating on a monthly basis on the first Tuesday of each month:

Hive Inspire

  • Format:  Keynote speakers with panel discussion and Q&A
  • Aim:  To inspire thinking and raise aspiration by ensuring content is relevant and inspirational

Hive Support

  • Format:  Inviting experts in their field to talk through best practice for helping business to thrive
  • Aim:  To help businesses to thrive by facilitating and signposting support networks and information

Hive Collaborate

  • Format:  Formalised networking sessions to help businesses within the sector to connect – chance to showcase project work and platform for collaboration requests
  • Aim:  To showcase best practice, raise business profile to enhance networking and collaboration

For more information and learn more about the Hive Network, contact Georgie Mills at georgina@thedigitalhive.co

 

 

We’re a gateway for Kickstart

We’re a gateway for Kickstart

 

North Cheshire Chamber of Commerce can help you join the Government’s new KICKSTART scheme which helps businesses access a large pool of young people with potential and ready for a work opportunity.

The fully-funded scheme is aimed at young people between 16-24 who are claiming universal credit and will provide high quality 6-month work placements at a time when job opportunities are difficult to find.

If you are a business in the Macclesfield, Knutsford, Wilmslow area and have work opportunities for young people within your business, contact Elizabeth Wood at elizabeth@northcheshirechamber.co.uk.