Once, twice, three times … more? Come on, how often have you joined a gym only to give up after the first or second try? Lots of good intentions but lost the motivation to follow through? Or fed up of queueing for equipment and the lack of professional guidance?
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Could your shop front do with a face-lift? Want your fascia to stand out from the crowd? Then laser cutting could be the way to go. We talk to Ross Borne of Kingsbridge based graphic design, sign writing and web design company, FutureClient, about the advantages of this highly visible technique.
It’s always a bit risky moving premises. Especially when you run one of the longest established family businesses in town. Moyseys Interiors has been a solid presence in Kingsbridge town centre since, well, forever, so it was with some trepidation that Alice and Roger Honeywill took the plunge and moved to Lower Union Road in the new year. ‘And you know what? It’s been one of the best decisions we’ve made!’ declares Roger.
… and a new look. ‘And we couldn’t be more pleased!’ says Jamie, joint owner of this highly regarded plant and machinery hire, sales and repair centre now based at Torr Trade Park just a couple of miles outside Kingsbridge.
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What’s a Negroni, you might ask. ‘Equal parts of Salcombe Gin, sweet vermouth and rosehip cup … and my absolute favourite,’ says Salcombe Gin co-founder, Angus Lugsdin. ‘What makes our Negroni so special is the unique combination of our hallmark Start Point gin, a sweet vermouth from Somerset which complements it perfectly, and balanced with a bittersweet cup from London,’ he continues.