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Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The documentary, which was created in response to a big budget Hollywood adaptation which hit cinemas last week, was shot on location against the backdrop of Macbeth’s home landscape of Moray. Her winning entry – ‘Platform 1864’ – honours the year the station was built. The resources can be drawn upon when needed – something to support entrepreneurs on their journey to running their own business. The duo’s The Real Macbeth project, however, was fuelled by a personal urge to convey the true story behind the one-time king of Scotland, rather than Shakespeare’s commonly accepted version. We are extremely pleased that the Recruitment/HR, Access to Finance and Procurement advice and training developed over the last few years will firmly feature within the new Business Gateway contract from April. ● state the likely resources and capabilities required Jeremy Roebuck, Course Convener at The Open University said: “The Rural Entrepreneurship in Scotland course is principally designed for entrepreneurs developing their own enterprises and also as a resource for people supporting enterprises in rural areas of Scotland.

For more information, contact Alison Leith – Transport Scotland – 01412 727195. Business Gateway is locally delivered in Highland by Highland Opportunity – the Enterprise trust for the Highlands. Join Highland Opportunity’s Business Gateway and Enterprise Europe Network services, and a host of fellow business support agencies, at the second Moray Business Week which will run between 2 and 6 November at locations across Moray. After studying this unit, entrepreneurs will be able to: Hampers were delivered to 24 carers as a morale booster while their usual support of day centres and lunch clubs for the individual they are caring for – or even visits from other family members – are not available. It provides two flexible funds and locally delivers national business support services including Business Gateway, Enterprise Europe Network and the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme.

They will also receive business support and mentoring from our Business Gateway Lochaber team.

Graham Rooney (Owner, Platform 1864) & Andy Savage (Executive Director, Railway Heritage Trust) Graham explained: “Being born and bred in Tain, I saw the derelict station buildings and realised that my skills in hospitality and catering could be put to good use. While that is not currently possible, and to mark national Carers Week, the group recently arranged for afternoon teas to be delivered to unsung heroes and heroines carrying out caring roles in Ross-shire, Inverness and Nairn.

The deadline for entries is this Thursday (29 October). The events our teams are running will parallel Highland Opportunity’s overarching purpose: to help small and medium sized enterprises to start-up, to grow, to recruit, and to export. Our agreements with the Prince’s Trust to deliver the Enterprise Programme and with the Scottish Government Procurement Division to develop Buyer Capability are also set to be renewed. We’re delighted to hear that Sara and Alex’s film premiere was a real success and that they are being commissioned to film some great local projects and events. Business Gateway is locally delivered in Highland and Moray by Highland Opportunity – the Enterprise Trust for the Highlands.

“Last year’s winner was Oliver Millington, of Three Wise Monkeys Climbing.

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But luckily, there was just enough space for everyone once we opened up the upstairs seating.

Local award-winning chef, Graham Rooney, opened new restaurant – Platform 1864 – in the restored old Tain railway station buildings on 11 November with an official opening and evening reception. Funeral Directors near Tain.

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This site uses cookies. In its heyday it employed up to 30 staff, but its fortunes gradually declined as the railway changed and modernised, and the building eventually closed to passengers in June 1991. Graham Rooney (Owner, Platform 1864) & Andy Savage (Executive Director, Railway Heritage Trust), Graham explained: “Being born and bred in Tain, I saw the derelict station buildings and realised that my skills in hospitality and catering could be put to good use. More recently, they came to see us for some information on employment contracts.

The course covers the important issues to consider when starting up or running a small business in a rural environment. Content Websites Photos Distance This location only 2 miles 5 miles 10 miles Refine location HILTON, TAIN BALINTORE, TAIN TOULVADDIE NIGG, TAIN HARTMOUNT HOLDINGS IV20 FEARN INVER, TAIN EDDERTON PORTMAHOMACK IV19 ARDVANNIE ARABELLA … Sara Brockbank and Alex Wright decided to set up Flying Mirrors – an innovative, digital media company providing filming and live video streaming – earlier this year. Filter results. From advice on starting a business, through to passing your business on to the next generation and from an insight into cloud accounting, to fighting cybercrime – the week has something for all, whether you run your business as a hobby from home or head up one of Moray’s largest companies. I knew it would be a challenge, but I wanted to make it work for the local community.

Tain station was built and opened by the Inverness and Aberdeen Junction Railway in 1864, but this company almost immediately merged with another to form the Highland Railway. They also attended our Business Start Up workshop. The Report features performance statistics and case studies from all of our services: Highland Opportunity loans, Business Gateway Highland and Moray, Enterprise Europe Network, Ness Horizons Business Centre, and the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme.

Susannah was founder of Highland Fine Cheeses and a lifelong advocate of Tain heritage conservation. I will be working with the community and schools to provide training and development opportunities for young people, promoting health, nutrition and wellbeing. As well as the promise of a prize, however, the competition provides businesses with transferrable experience of pitching their business via video and in person, and an opportunity for expert feedback from highly experienced local business people. Get a digital copy of the Ross-shire Journal delivered straight to your inbox every week. “But we are not satisfied with more of the same.

It also includes information about our partnership with the Scottish Government in the field of public procurement. We began to think about the idea of telling the real tale of this successful and charismatic king of Scotland. Post was not sent - check your email addresses!

Graham added: “From the outset I wanted to make sure the restaurant had a strong social responsibility – from the naming competition at my old primary school; to working with local architects, builders and the Tain Civic Trust. “I have seen how hard it is and what stresses there are,” he said. To find out more about how Business Gateway Moray can help you set up and develop your own business, call 01343 508838 or visit http://www.bgateway.com/moray. It has been developed specifically for a Scottish context, linking to Scottish support websites, but it would also be suitable as a resource for enterprising people in any context.

Budding Lochaber entrepreneurs are being invited to enter Lochaber Ideas Week’s “Dragons’ Glen” in a bid to win £7,500 for their business idea. Marie added:“This year, many of our contracts are drawing to a close and we have been gearing up for their renewal from April 2015. I am immensely grateful for all the help and support I have received – from family, friends, the local community, Highland Opportunity and Business Gateway, the Railway Heritage Trust, Station Community Regeneration Fund to name a few. Posted on November 12, 2015, in Highland Opportunity. You can find their contact details at bgateway.com/highland or bgateway.com/moray.

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Nominations are also being sought for the Annual Awards, which will be presented at a dinner and awards ceremony in Fort William’s Alexandra Hotel on Friday November 20.

Mr Rooney has insight into the difficulties faced by carers as his mother looked after his father, who has dementia, until he went into a care home recently. It was great to see so many members of the local community come to see The Real Macbeth.”. It also introduces some concepts and models that will help entrepreneurs work out what they want to do with their business idea, and to consider the impact living in a rural location may have on their approach. Relevance Distance View map View map. Full steam ahead for new restaurant in restored Tain train station, Highland Opportunity Annual Report 2014-15, Rural Entrepreneurship in Scotland: a new free course, Final call for entries for Lochaber’s Dragons’ Glen, International Routes to Market: The Legal Aspects, Forres filmmakers reveal The Real Macbeth, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09piUJuLBxs, Suzanne Uprichard (L) winner of Business Woman of the Year (Self employed), with Jess Atkinson from sponsor Exec Space. The formal opening of Platform 1864 took place between 1pm and 3pm on 11 November.

On Thursday late afternoon, our specialist Business Gateway Recruitment Adviser will be running an interactive video event on Rewarding Recruitment where you can find about the support available to assist you with all aspects of the recruitment process – from defining the role, to finding funding, to interviewing, to contracts, and much more.

The competition forms part of Lochaber Ideas Week, which is aimed at actively inspiring innovation and entrepreneurship in Lochaber.

“Obviously, that is not possible this year.”.

Local award-winning chef, Graham Rooney, opened new restaurant – Platform 1864 – in the restored old Tain railway station buildings on 11 November with an official opening and evening reception. Graham added: “From the outset I wanted to make sure the restaurant had a strong social responsibility – from the naming competition at my old primary school; to working with local architects, builders and the Tain Civic Trust. To find out more about how the service can help you set up and develop your business, contact your local Business Gateway Adviser.

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