Expired Local News Items from St. Ives

Displayed here, in reverese chronological order (latest first), are expired Local News items that were entered by website members form St. Ives in Cambridgeshire more than a month ago.

 

A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

Somersham Community First Responders

We welcome the Somersham Community First Responders as a new members of our Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Maria and Austen over the coming weeks to develop and enhance the information about the Somersham Community First Responders that is being displayed on our websites.

More information about Somersham Community First Responders

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A local news item from Linx Printing Technologies Ltd

LINX SUBMITS PLANS FOR NEW ST IVES HEADQUARTERS

Leading industrial printer manufacturer Linx Printing Technologies is proposing to invest more than £6m in a purpose-built headquarters in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. All of Linx's continuous ink jet products are designed and manufactured in St Ives, where Linx has been manufacturing and selling CIJ printers since 1987.

The major new development at Compass Point Business Park will unify the seven separate buildings Linx currently occupies, in Burrel Road, St Ives, into a single facility employing 250 people. The site would comprise research and development laboratories, manufacturing and assembly areas, customer training facilities, offices, and storage and distribution areas occupying approximately 41,000 sq ft.

Jennifer Honeycutt, Linx Managing Director, says:

"This is testament to our confidence in the continued growth and vitality of Linx, our commitment to the development of our associates, and support of the local economy. At a time when the perception is of a contraction in British manufacturing, Linx is here to stay. Our new facility will give us state-of-the art product development, manufacturing, training and service facilities that will allow us to compete at the highest level in our global markets."

A planning application has been submitted to Huntingdonshire District Council and if approved, Linx hopes to transfer from its current HQ in Spring 2013.

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A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

The Playbarn at Fenstanton

We welcome the Playbarn at Fenstanton as a new members of our Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Linda over the coming weeks to develop and enhance the information about the Playbarn that is being displayed on our websites.

The Playbarn is located within the grounds of the Crystal Lakes Leisure Centre on the Low Road between Fenstanton and St Ives.

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A local news item from The Seven Wives

Auction

Do you want a piece of history of the Seven Wives?If so we are auctioning the old sign to raise funds for the outdoor play area.If there is enough interest a date will be posted for the auction. Please note that the sign is very heavy as well as large.The original artwork was in fact a transfer which over time had started to peel off.We commisioned a Suffolk pub sign artist to come up with a different take on the original,this was done in early 2008.This year will see a new patio at the front with new furniture and we already have new signs up.The rest of the painting and the new patio are due to commence in March this year.

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A local news item from Sultan Tandoori Restaurant

Banquette Nights

Launch of New Menu - Banquette Nights - Monday till Thursday.

Choose your meal from the Main Menu:
A Papadom
A Starter
A Main Course
A Rice or Nan

Only £9.99p per person (Dine in only)

Please Note: King Prawns £3 Extra per dish.

More information about Banquette Nights

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A local news item from Sultan Tandoori Restaurant

New Menu & Wine List

Come and try our New Menu and Wine List, which we introduced in January.

We look forward to meeting Clients new and old in 2012.

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A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

Social Media upgrade for website members.

All of our Huntingdonshire website members can now add their organisations Facebook and/or Twitter details via their Control Panel if they wish, so that their followers can find them on these popular Social Media websites. In addition their latest tweets will be re-tweeted on their Organisation and Location pages on our websites.

We have also enhanced the members organisation description section by including the ability for them to add their Strapline (Moto) and an Introduction (Mission Statement) both of which will displayed in larger typefaces.

If you are already a member go to your Control Panel to use these NEW facilities, if you are not a member perhaps it is time your joined!

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A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

Studio 3 Salon

We welcome Studio 3 Unisex Hair and Beauty Salon of Bridge Street, St Ives as a new members of our Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Teresa & Dawn over the coming weeks to develop and enhance the information about Studio 3 Salon that is being displayed on our websites.

More information about Studio 3 Salon

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A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

Social Media links for our members

Members of the St Ives Town Website can now, if they wish, add links to their TWITTER and/or FACEBOOK accounts and get their tweets echoed live on their organisation detail page.

We will be adding a link to their Facebook pages and their Twitter tweets on their location pages very soon and then rolling this facility out to the rest of our 55 Huntingdonshire websites.

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A local news item from Jevstar Dot Com

Have you seen the Crocodiles?

Have you seen the Crocodiles in Oldhurst yet, if not follow the link below and watch the videos and then go and see them yourself. Whilst you are at Johnsons of Oldhurst you can visit the Farm Shop and take tea in the Eccentric Englishman Tea Rooms whilst you are there. The train to Santa's Grotto will be arriving at Church Farm soon, keep an eye on the Event Diary for more infomation.

More information about Have you seen the Crocodiles?

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