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Oakland International Director Finalist in FTA Everywoman Transport & Logistics Awards

May 5, 2016
Oakland International Operations Director, Lynsey McIntosh has been shortlisted in the Warehousing category of the FTA everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards to be held in London on Thursday 26th May 2016. A celebration of successful and...


KEMP Banks on Lloyds to Get Sorted

May 3, 2016
Staff from Lloyds Bank in Kidderminster chose to spend their 'Day to Make a Difference' helping out at KEMP Hospice's Donation Centre in Lisle Avenue. KEMP Donations Centre Manager, Lilian Griffiths, said: “This is a very busy time of year for...

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Parents Invited to Open Morning at Little Trinity Nursery

April 29, 2016
Parents of nursery aged children are invited to meet staff and find out more about Kidderminster’s Little Trinity Nursery on Saturday 21st May between 10am and 1pm. Little Trinity Nursery Manager, Miss Gaynor Carter, said: “We love meeting...


Students Inspired by BBC Concert Orchestra at Symphony Hall

April 25, 2016
As part of the BBC Ten Pieces music initiative, 17 pupils from Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School had the opportunity of listening to the BBC Concert Orchestra play live at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall on Tuesday 19th April. Class teacher, Mrs...


Oakland International Selected as Ireland Distribution Partner by Kepak

April 21, 2016
Supply chain and food distribution specialist Oakland International has been appointed by food innovator Kepak Convenience Foods to distribute their Convenience range of products for the three major retailers in Ireland. Kepak Convenience Foods...


Kidderminster School Students Through to 2nd Round of BBC 500 WORDS Competition

April 18, 2016
Two pupils from Kidderminster’s Holy Trinity School have been selected to go through to the next stage of the BBC's 500 WORDS competition. Through to the second round, 9-year old Cassie Whittall-Bysh was selected for her story ‘Sour Milk’...