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Bringing Real Pasta to Wells

Three Year ago Jazz Hands Pasta joined Wells Farmers Market on a mission to educate us away from mass produced supermarket pasta and convert us to the quality of traditional artisan pasta. It was an ambitious brief but in that short time they are certainly heading in the right direction. In three years of business they have expanded from a small room at home to a 2,000 square foot facility and produce a range of 20 pasta types and 26 different types of ravioli supplying many fine food stores and restaurants. Yet they remain staunchly loyal to the Wells Farmers Market whose customer base initially gave them faith that there would be a demand for their product and a network of other local producers who have become their suppliers for the local ingredients!

Frome…a town which loves good food!

Food shopping in Frome has always been enjoyable with the award winning monthly farmers market held at the Cheese & Grain on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 9am-1pm. The large solar powered indoor venue holds up to 38 farmers and food producers and you would be hard pushed to find a better selection…

Dyne Drewett Solicitors raises money for Breast Cancer

Dyne Drewett Solicitors, showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness ‘Wear it Pink Day’ on Friday 25th October. Wear it Pink Day is Britain’s biggest and pinkest fundraising day and enables people to have fun and raise money for women with breast cancer. Despite recent advances, breast cancer is still the most common cancer. Every…

Mogers delight at being featured in Legal 500

Ian Davies and Tom Webb from the Queen Square based firm are recommended in the prestigious guide to the country’s top lawyers. The company has also been recommended in four practice areas – corporate and commercial M4 corridor and Gloucestershire; private client – family; private client – personal tax, trusts and probate and real estate…

Pre nups like Nigella’s can take the pain out of divorce settlements

High-speed divorce is back on the discussion boards following the breakdown of the marriage between art collector Charles Saatchi and celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, with the news that their divorce is expected within the month. And whilst the pre-nup between Saatchi and Lawson looks set to shape the swift progress of their divorce through the…

The Guild gives Bath its long-awaited creative and tech co-working hub

Based at the Guildhall – and aptly named The Guild – the 3,500-plus sq ft newly-redeveloped space offers breakout areas, conference rooms, a library as well as a number of small meeting rooms. It has been planned to provide a vibrant environment where businesses can meet and share ideas. While Bristol has had a range…

Curtain goes up on Bath law firm Mogers’ pioneering Theatre Royal project

They are the second group to become junior apprentices in the pioneering initiative which gives them an insight into the range of careers available at a major arts organisation. This week, the second of the two-week long scheme, they have taken over the Theatre Royal’s egg theatre and become responsible for every aspect of producing…

Cyber security for small businesses

Morgan J Morgan, Head of Corporate Commercial at Dyne Drewett is advising businesses to take heed of the latest guidance published by the government on cyber security for small businesses. It explains what cyber security risks are and outlines how businesses can manage and protect themselves from the risks. “The website and IT system of…