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Saturday, April 30, 2016
The photo shows (left to right): Steve Fisher and John Anker pictured out the front of the Bulley Davey office on The Crescent, Wisbech.

Two local accountants are celebrating 40 years at the Wisbech office of accountants firm Bulley Davey.

Company owner Sheena Hartley with skippe Mike Kelly

Upwell-based Narrow Waters Luxury Cruises is celebrating after being a finalist in the eleventh annual Countryside Alliance Awards, nicknamed the Rural Oscars.

Elizabeth Truss
Tesco, Chatteris.

Tesco is still talking to other retailers in an attempt to sub-let its mothballed store in Chatteris.

Hello Sarah,


This week on FEBA we will be writing about Leeds Day and Business Person of the Year.


Winner last year was Sarah Davies from Top to Toe.


The judges said: The judges said that “Sarah’s self-motivation, resourcefulness and vision have resulted in a family business growing from strength to strength.  Following a move to high profile premises in Wisbech - even though she had no experience in the industry - Sarah implemented a business model that’s made ‘Top To Toe’ the successful salon it is today. Staff are well motivated and customers keep returning.  Sarah is a worthy winner of this Award”

Photos are attached and you have the criteria.


Please let me know if you need anything else.


Many thanks,


Diana Lava
Events Marketing and Sales Administrator
Bank House Primett Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 3EE
T:  01438 866071
M: 07725 829648

Leeds Day is proud to support local businesses

Leeds Day Solicitors are once again sponsoring Fenland’s Business Person of the Year Category.

Kirsten Rausing, Newmarket-based racehorse breeder.

The rich are getting richer, according to the annual Sunday Times Rich List, revealing the wealthiest 20 people in East Anglia.


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