Running a local convenience store is more than just a job for the Khan family. At the heart of the local community, the family’s work with other local businesses and dedication to supporting their customers has been recognised with this year’s Heart of the Community
When former nurse, Cat Percival, started teaching yoga on the beach back in 2017, little did she realise that almost three years later she’d be the recipient of an award from North Tyneside’s Elected Mayor as a business that reflects the Spirit of North Tyneside.
Two North Tyneside businesses have received awards for their community work and the way they have adapted to the COVID crisis in a YouTube virtual ceremony. The annual North Tyneside Business Forum Awards celebrate the huge contribution that businesses make to the local economy and
Three North Tyneside businesses have been recognised for their voluntary work which has had a major positive effect on their local community during the COVID pandemic. The Heart of the Community award, part of the annual North Tyneside Business Forum awards, encourages North Tyneside residents
Learning from role play is a staple in the education of children. But Gemma Turnbull and Michelle Anderson have formed their successful business around the premise, creating a miniature version of their hometown as a play centre for local children. Gemma tells us more about
Darren Blake tells us more about Blake Hopkinson Architecture. He explains the company’s plans for the future, its heritage and how winning a North Tyneside Business Award has impacted his business. Tell us a little more about Blake Hopkinson Architecture I’m Managing director of the