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06 Mar 2019
A Shropshire business coach is swapping his suit for a pair of boxing gloves next month to raise funds for Cancer Research UK. Alan S. Adams, owner of Horizons Consultants and a bestselling author, has signed up to take part in the Ultra White Collar Boxing event at The Buttermarket in Shrewsbury with the goal of raising £2,500 for the charity. As a former Royal Navy submariner, Alan is currently...
10 Dec 2018
A Shropshire businesswoman has launched a brand new course aimed at helping entrepreneurial women to kick-start their health, wellbeing and balance in 2019. Laura Butler, who works with individuals and businesses to enhance wellbeing, happiness and productivity, has launched her ‘Women’s Health Transformation Academy’ aimed at helping ‘Wondering-How-Mums’ turn into ‘Wonder-Mums’. Enrolling now to...
 Brothers Tom Pook and Chris Pook, who both rider for Rhino Velo, with former UCI professional Liam Holohan.
18 Mar 2018
An elite British cyclist, who rode for UCI teams ‘Team Wiggins’ and ‘Madison Genesis’, has joined a Shropshire based amateur cycling team having recently retired after 10 years as a professional. Liam Holohan, a former UCI professional, who now runs his own coaching business called Holohan Coaching, will race for Rhino Velo Race Team in 2018, run by Shropshire business men Chris Pook and Ben...
07 Jun 2017
A new sports education and training company has been launched this month, replacing a long-established brand in the county.  Sportsjam Coaching, first founded 17 years ago and latterly known as Sportsjam Education, will now be known as PROTEL ltd, with its education arm known locally as Severnsports. This separation of the two business interests allows Sportsjam to continue to operate as a...
25 Jan 2017
A SHROPSHIRE CANINE charity trustee is turning things on their head by using the skills she has learnt in the third sector to become a guru in the business world. Andrea Newton is the founder of dog rescue charity, Finding Furever Homes (FFH) which uses kennels in Condover.  Having managed to rehome over 500 dogs in the last four years and build up a very loyal supporter/fundraising base –...
22 Feb 2016
A Shrewsbury tennis coach has been selected as one of a thousand Davis Cup legacy coaches to deliver free tuition to inspire the next generation of Shropshire tennis players. Mike Barton, aged 23, head coach at Shrewsbury Lawn Tennis Club (SLTC) was successful in his application to become a legacy coach after submitting a video to the LTA explaining how he would encourage Shropshire youngsters to...
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