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Job vacancies at B3 Shopfitting in Stone

B3 Shopfitting Ltd based on Stone Business Park is now recruiting for like-minded people to join the team. B3 is a growing business and requires people to join and grow with them. There are two new positions waiting to be filled:   Accounts Administrator Reporting to the Accounts Manager, the ideal candidate will have office experience with knowledge of SAGE software. ...

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National award for marketing apprentice Jess

Jess Smith, aged 18, from Barlaston, an apprentice with Stone’s Smart Marketing Works, won the ‘Trainee of the Year’ award at the 2015 Tile Association Awards that were held in Birmingham on Saturday 18th April. Jess – a former student at Alleyne’s Academy in the town – started her apprenticeship with tiling industry marketing experts Smart Marketing Works in July last ...

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First Librium Games Championships at UK Games Expo

A fiendishly addictive game created by Stone’s Steve Howe will have its first UK championships in Birmingham at the end of May. Librium Games will be running the first Librium Games Championships at this year’s UK Games Expo in Birmingham at the NEC’s swanky Metropole Hotel on Sunday 31st May. The competition is open to anyone on a first come, first ...

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Renishaw relocates to bigger premises in Stone

Global engineering company Renishaw’s 3D printing division in Stone has relocated to a larger, state-of-the art site in the town. The move to the new, 90,000 sq ft facility on Stone Business Park reflects the expansion of the additive manufacturing industry sector (the industrial version of 3D printing) around the world, as well as its commitment to the technology. Renishaw ...

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Multi-million pound investment at conference centre

Yarnfield Park, one of the UK’s largest residential training and conference centres, has confirmed that a major programme of investment will get under way this summer. The venue, which has seen significant growth in its training and conference business over the last four years, will be upgrading all areas of its business, from the bar and restaurant, through to its accommodation ...

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Fit-out team get fit for Potters Arf challenge

A team more used to tackling fit-outs than keep fit have pledged to tackle all 13.1 miles of the Potters ‘Arf to raise cash for the Peter Pan Nursery. Training for the road race has already started for workmates Richard Simpson, Neil Rowley and James Ball of Planned Office Interiors in Stone as completing the whole course has become a matter ...

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Direct Recruitment celebrate 20 years in business

Stone’s Direct Recruitment celebrated their 20th anniversary at a special open day at their offices in the town on 6th March. There was a constant flow of well-wishers throughout the day, including clients and current temps, as well as many people who had secured permanent jobs after initially getting temporary work through the agency. Food and drink was served, including ...

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County’s top apprentices recognised at awards

Louis Eltringham from Stone is among thirteen apprentices from across Staffordshire who  have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to business, at this year’s Apprenticeship Recognition Awards. The awards, which coincide with National Apprenticeship Week from 9-15 March, took place at Stafford’s Kingston Centre on Thursday 5 March, and gave the apprentices, employers and learning providers the chance to celebrate ...

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Charlie engineers a bright future with Applications Academy

A young engineer at Renishaw’s 3D printing division in Stone is reaping the benefits of the engineering giant’s internal training scheme, called the Applications Academy. Since 2010, 35 candidates have graduated from the Academy, based at Renishaw’s headquarters in New Mills, Gloucestershire. Charlie Birkett, who graduates this Christmas, already has a place secured and is currently working at the company’s 3D ...

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