James Lyons established Shop 2 Wear in 2010 in Poulton le Fylde to ensure a cost effective and reliable national clothes recycling service to local authorities, waste management companies and charities. As well as environmental benefits, the recycling of clothes has an important social and economic role to play. Clothes’ recycling in the UK provides an affordable source of clothing to disadvantaged people in the developing world and emerging countries in Eastern Europe.
A BUSINESS park which was taken over six years ago after months of neglect now provides jobs and has boosted the economy. The Bankfield site, on Bristol Avenue, Blackpool, was blighted by vandals before being rescued by High Crown Estates Ltd.
Blackpool Solicitors Blackhurst Budd has become the first Fylde Coast based firm to appoint an in house Marketing Manager.
BUSINESS partners who were given a helping hand by Blackpool Council's Economic Development Team's business support programme 'Get Started' are now planning to help the young unemployed.
A YOUNG Fylde entrepreneur is raising a cuppa in celebration after securing a new contract for his specialist teas. Adam Soliman who founded the rapidly growing Charbrew has tied up a deal to supply teas to Spire Fylde Coast Hospital.