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Training provider joins colleges group

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Training provider joins colleges group

Swindon-based training provider Green Labyrinth has joined one of the largest groups of colleges and education providers in Wales, as the latter looks to expand its activities into Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Berkshire.

The NPTC Group covers a third of the landmass of Wales, providing vocational including an apprenticeship programme on

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Nationwide makes two-year commitment to bricks and mortar as Barclays announces Malmesbury closure

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Nationwide makes two-year commitment to bricks and mortar as Barclays announces Malmesbury closure

Nationwide has made a commitment to protect branches across the UK, as it warns high street bank closures could spell the end for local shopping centres.

The Swindon-based building society, which has around 650 branches, has committed to not leave any town or city in which it is currently based

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Shadow international trade secretary meets Swindon business leaders

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Shadow international trade secretary meets Swindon business leaders

Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner visited Swindon last week to get an overview of how businesses and the economy are performing.

The shadow cabinet minister met with Swindon business leaders, including Matt Griffith and Andrew Wells of Business West.

Mr Gardiner discussed the local economy post-Brexit and councillor Jim

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