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An increase in the number of people using a business park in Haddenham has led the owners to apply for more car parking space.

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The former Fisher and Co premises, in Ely.

A businessman has applied to convert a former jewellers into two separate shops.

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Greene King has promised to trial new commercial bingo games with its customers after winning a landmark appeal against the Gambling Commission.

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An aerial view of Lancaster Way Business Park, with the area set aside for new business units marked with a circle.

The owners of the Lancaster Way Business Park in Witchford have been granted planning permission to expand the development.

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Lucy Frazer with Bob Carr, of Cambridgeshire Philatelic Auctions, and representatives from the Federation of Small Business; Gerrit Van DeVenter and Alan Todd.

Lucy Frazer joined the Federation of Small Businesses in Ely at the weekend for the inaugural Small Business Saturday event.

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Students from Ely College and Cottenham Village college joined on the day to play the game Business on the Move and have a look around Potter's site. Picture: Steve Williams.

Dozens of students from Ely College were given a glimpse behind the scenes at leading East Cambridgeshire firm Potter Logistics.

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Thurlow Nunn Standen staff who took part in the firm's inhouse video. L-R: Steve Grindey, parts person based at Littleport; Nathan Sharp, technician based at Littleport; Rachel Martin, parts administrator based at head office and Jamie Thompson, TNS technologies and applications specialist

A growing family firm is using the power of new media to encourage would-be staff to think about careers in the agricultural machinery sector.

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Innomech'’s printer ribbon assembly machine.

An Ely based company has created a machine to help an international manufacturer cut costs.

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Co-operative Food store, Chatteris.Picture: Steve Williams.

Chatteris Co-op is to close in February – with the loss of 57 jobs- and reopen as an Aldi supermarket.

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