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Taransay, the deserted Scottish island used to house the BBC's Castaways during 2000, is set to become a tourist attraction. The weather-beaten island in the ... More
Derby University is launching a degree in International Spa Management at the start of the next academic year. The B(sc) at the university's school of ... More
The Victoria & Albert Museum has benefited from a £300,000 Art Fund grant towards the purchase of a rare statue from a private collection at ... More
Top Ten Leisure has acquired its second bowling property after buying the Superbowl in Blackpool from operator Megabowl. The 30-lane bowling alley, above a Brannigans ... More
Saks Hair & Beauty in Kensington is running a special promotion, where the evicted girls from the Big Brother house are given a free styling ... More
The Derbyshire tourism office has published a new booklet designed to show tourists the full wealth of traditional crafts still practised in the Peak District. ... More
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Redrice Health and Fitness has reluctantly decided to sell its club in Andover, Hampshire, to focus on the funding of a new business venture. The ... More
Topnotch has opened its 17th club at the 600ft Tower 42 landmark in the heart of London's financial district. Following a £2m redevelopment, the 13,500sq ... More
Glasgow's £75m Science Centre on the banks of the River Clyde was officially opened by the Queen last week, following a weekend of record admissions. ... More
Health club operator Springhealth Leisure has issued a second profits warning since launching a strategic review in May. The incoming chief executive, John Lowther, began ... More
The International Olympic Committee is to decide on the host city for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games later this week. This Friday will see the ... More
Following last week's news that Queens Moat Houses chair, Stanley Metcalfe, is stepping down when his contract expires in September, the hotel group issued a ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
The head of an independent school has spoken out against teenage drinking, saying that hangovers are causing a-level students to miss lessons. Speaking at the ... More
The Magical World of Fantasy Island on the Lincolnshire coast is commissioning a special ride to celebrate the Queen's golden jubilee next year. The £28m ... More
The Sports Industries Federation has announced that it is to run a third Professional Certificate of Management course in partnership with Loughborough University from January ... More
JJB Sports has announced a successful year in its annual report released yesterday, due in no small part to the opening of new health clubs. ... More
Jones Lang LaSalle hotels has sold the Swissotel in Brussels to the City Hotels group, as part of previous owner Banimmo's strategic decision to divest ... More
Stadium constructor, Birse, is still attempting to find buyers for its 'off-the-peg' football stadiums six months after their launch. The stadia Birse concept is a ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
To celebrate its first anniversary, the Xscape centre in Milton Keynes is holding a party with special promotions. The 14th and 15th of July have ... More
The Celtic Manor Resort in Newport has won Independent Hotel of the Year from a panel of industry judges. The accolade came from the Catey's ... More
The British tourism industry has received a glimmer of hope after months of dejection and losses caused by foot and mouth, with better-than-expected figures for ... More
The Etrusca restaurant group has opened its second Zuccato Café Urbano property in Bow, London. The Bow site follows the blueprint of the original café ... More
The Office of Fair Trading has given Interbrew a chance that the company might be able to retain some of the Bass Brewers business bought ... More
Sports Minister Richard Caborn has requested a report on the problems that British tennis is facing. Chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association, John Crowther, ... More
Chair of Queens Moat Houses, Stanley Metcalfe, is to step down when his contract expires at the beginning of September. Metcalfe, who has been chair ... More
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