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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
Focus Training
Focus Training
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
Restaurant operator Tiger Lil's Flaming Woks is opening its third Asian restaurant in London this month. The restaurant in Bayswater follows sites in Clapham and ... More
Topnotch health clubs is to extend its Helping Hands scheme this year for the first time to include national charities. The scheme works by staff ... More
The creator of the Eden Project, Tim Smit, has joined forces with the architects of the London Eye to propose an eco-friendly development on the ... More
After two years of planning and an investment of £750,000, health and fitness operator, Cannons, has opened the doors of its in-house training centre. The ... More
A £20m rose garden is to be commissioned in remembrance of Diana, Princess of Wales it was announced at the opening day of the Hampton ... More
Following the government's shelving of the licensing law reforms last month, plans are being submitted for New Year's eve 2001. The draft regulatory reform order ... More
Yates Group chair and chief executive, Peter Dickson, resigned yesterday following months of dipping profits and poor sales. Dickson, whose family founded the business, and ... More
A total of15 centres for women's sport across the UK are to receive funding in a joint initiative between Aqua Pura and Sportsmatch it was ... More
Thames Valley University's school of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure has finished its academic year on a high by receiving top marks from the government's watchdog. ... More
Richard Caborn, the new Minister for Sport has committed another public relations error, this time during his visit to the Wimbledon tennis championships. Caborn, who ... More
The first pier to be built on the British coastline in nearly 50 years was declared open yesterday by the Duke of Gloucester. Southwold Pier ... More
So-called 'designer alcoholic drinks' are driving the market through associations of quality and sophistication, according to a report by Datamonitor. The report covered seven European ... More
The University of Wales Institute in Cardiff is to run a new course in Leisure Facility Management from September this year. Aimed at attracting prospective ... More
Edinburgh's long-awaited premium health club, Escape, has opened at the city's newest five-star hotel, The Scotsman. Formerly the home of the Scotsman Publications Group, the ... More
Scottish and Newcastle has posted its first ever annual loss after £683m of exceptional charges from disposals pulled the company £255.5m into the red. In ... More
Women who diet excessively in the years before becoming pregnant could be harming their babies' health in later life according to a new study. Researchers ... More
Sport England has launched an enquiry into the Picketts Lock proposal for an athletics stadium for the 2005 World Championships. Sport England has ordered a ... More
The ban on Argentine beef imports and negative consumer sentiment towards beef due to BSE and foot and mouth were cited as reasons for poor ... More
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Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester Metropolitan University