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Rugby treat for ladies who lunch

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Rugby treat for ladies who lunch

Bath, England and British Lions rugby forward Nigel Redman will be the guest speaker at a meeting of Wiltshire businesswomen in September.

Since retiring from the pitch, Redman has coached the England under 19s and been a commentator for Sky Sports. He is currently assistant head coach at Worcester Warriors. 

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New summer ale creates a buzz

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New summer ale creates a buzz

A new beer launched near Marlborough this week aims to help Wiltshire's ailing bee population.

Mayor of Marlborough Guy Loosmore pulled the first pint of HoneyBee Nectar at The Bell in at Ramsbury on Saturday.

The light, summery beer is produced by Ramsbury Brewery in association with North Wessex Downs

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Stuck in a hot office? Flexible working could save UK businesses £billions, claims report

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Stuck in a hot office? Flexible working could save UK businesses £billions, claims report

While Wiltshire workers toil in sweltering offices this week, a new report suggests UK businesses could enjoy cost reductions and productivity gains running up to £8.1bn – or 0.5 percent of GDP – by optimising their approach to flexible working.

The Flex Factor, based on a national survey

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