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The Enterprise Network (TEN), a £5.2m initiative led by Wiltshire Council with Government and EU funding, is nurturing new and growing small and micro businesses in Swindon and Wiltshire by supporting them right from the first ‘light bulb’ moment. Read more

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South Wiltshire Business of the Year Award Winners Celebrate at City Hall Salisbury

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An exhibition in the Atrium at County Hall, Trowbridge this week celebrates the Armed Forces in Wiltshire.

People are encouraged to drop into a special exhibition this week in the Atrium at County Hall which celebrates the Armed Forces in Wiltshire.

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TEN makes Armed Forces Covenant Committment

The Enterprise Network became the 165th organisation to adopt the Armed Forces Covenant in the South West, among the 1,100 businesses who have already made their pledges across the UK when they signed their pledge at the BFRS Tidworth Job & Careers Fair last week.

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A range of new Rural Economic Development Funding oppportunities are now live and applications are being sought for grants...

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A new round of grants is available from the LEADER programme to support rural business.

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