Busy time for most clients

It’s been a few months now since I launched NewBold Horizons - three months in fact; and it’s been really positive to see things go from strength to strength so far.

Old clients from the outset, have been joined steadily by new ones - and for most clients, it’s a busy time of year with lots going on!

I’ve created new websites for local Shrewsbury businesses including Adorn Studio and Cave Records. Adorn are currently fund-raising in a rather unique way, to raise funds for Tanzanian health centres - and they will be throughout November. Meanwhile, Cave Records continue to be the only record shop locally to stock brand new vinyl, not just the traditional second-hand.

The Cave of Milk Street also benefited from a new website recently, along with a further two - for The Torch Gallery and The Torch Publishing House. Handmade soaps and unique incense, are proving popular as always and can be purchased online.

Local author Neil Rathmell, has a wonderful second novel (Vive Le Mole) - which is an adult follow-on to traditional tale The Wind In The Willows. The book is available to purchase from Neil’s blog - and also from Amazon and all book retailers.

Bright Owls language school will soon be having a new website; and they are currently preparing for their half-term French and Spanish workshops, aimed at ages 5-11.

DASH (Disability Arts in Shropshire) are offering free creative workshops across the county through their exciting new Art Express project - whilst local groups Shrewsbury Film Society and Shrewsbury Jazz Network, continue to bring high quality entertainment to Shrewsbury venue, the Hive.

APT Photography have also released the Shrewsbury Calendar for 2015 - which is being snapped up and shouldn't be missed!

One of the main enjoyments of my role and business, is delivering cost-effective solutions to the small businesses, sole-traders and local organisations of Shropshire. For more information on available services, please visit www.newboldhorizons.co.uk