Category: Business

CARTA Needs You!

The long-established CARTA (Chapelfields Area Residents’ and Traders’ Association) is looking for new blood – several of its committee have for various reasons had to stand down in recent months which means that they are seriously short-handed, with attendance figures at recent meetings being alarmingly low. They meet on the first Wednesday of every month …

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Eat Out to Help Out Scheme

From 3 August, customers will be able to eat out at participating restaurants and cafes and obtain a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to a maximum discount of £10 per diner. The scheme is available from 3-31 August on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only. No vouchers are required, there is no minimum …

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Lloyds Bank email Address Error in ECHO

We have realised that there was an error in the address for Matthew Harris in the November issue. We printed Matthew.MFHarris@lloydsbanking.com It should have been Matthew.MF.Harris@lloydsbanking.com – i.e. there are 2 full stops in his name. Our apologies to anyone who has had an email returned as undeliverable.

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ECHO Prize Competitions

Just a reminder that you still have a few days left to submit your entries for the various prize competitions which appear in the current issue of ECHO. These are the Wordsearch, the Quiz of the Year and the Aspire Style Competition. The deadline for entries is Friday 5 January. The postal and email addresses …

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Contract Success for CWCT

Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Training (CWCT) are celebrating their success in securing a government contract with the Education and Skills Agency to support non-apprenticeship levy paying businesses with apprenticeship training, including recruiting new talent, up-skilling their existing workforce and ensuring that apprenticeships offer a valuable skills solution to support business growth. Starting in …

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NatWest leaving?

We understand that the NatWest bank in Earlsdon is closing, we believe in June. A planning application has been submitted to remove the NatWest signage, ATM and nightsafe. This will mean that the only bank in Earlsdon Street – indeed the ECHO area – will be Lloyds, following the previous departure of Barclays and then …

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Lean Body Vision celebrated

Small Business Saturday UK is a grassroots, non-commercial campaign, which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and support small businesses in their communities. The day itself takes place on the first Saturday in December each year. Lean Body Vision, run by Hannah Johnson, was chosen as one of the featured 100 …

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