We’re sure there are many of you out there who dream of starting your own business, whether you aspire to be your own boss, or be a trailblazer in your field, we know that making the jump can sometimes be the hardest part about realising our dreams. With this in mind, we wanted to introduce you to the women behind Buttercrumble. Not only are they one another’s cheerleader, but they are also big supporters of female collaboration and empowerment, who want to inspire strong women so that they too can run their own teams and partnerships.
This week marks the beginning of a new blog series by Fi Mason, one half of Northern Fettle – a small business support service that offers a holistic and modern approach to helping independent businesses. Fi will be exploring some of the inspirational minds behind the best independent businesses, sharing her own experiences, while also urging us to remember that running your own business requires not only grit, but support from those around you. In her first post, Fi asks the question, is being an independent business just a little too independent?
In the heart of Sheffield lies The Great Gatsby, a self-proclaimed ‘veritable chameleon of a bar’ specialising in Mexican style street dishes. Tracy Barlow tells all about her experience. Mouth-waterers beware.
Well done, you’ve made it to the Easter Bank holiday! So, what better way to enjoy the extended weekend than a jaunt to the North Yorkshire town of Harrogate. Famed for it’s heritage as a spa resort and home to the infamous Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms, Harrogate is a must visit this Easter and Jane Moor has created you the ultimate guide to this iconic spa town.