Posts Tagged ‘Leominster’

h.Energy: Sustainable Herefordshire Week

Posted on September 29th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

h.Energy kicked off early last week with a flash mob in Hereford High Town. Over 100 people surprised shoppers by breaking into song. The organisers were equally surprised when many of the shoppers joined in for the encore. (click here to see footage of the flash mob) Now in it’s third year, h.Energy has over […]

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Labour have no clue about Leominster

Posted on April 12th, 2010 by RebelBull

Prior to the general election, the Labour party has announced the candidate they will be standing for the Leominster constituency, a previously unheard of Neil Sabharwal. And as per usual, Labour have got things disastrously wrong. Sabharwal, a Cambridge graduate who studied economics, is a former financial analyst for global company Ebay and lives in London […]

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Wiggin is a Wonka

Posted on February 22nd, 2010 by RebelBull

Tory MP for north Herefordshire, Bill Wiggin, ended up in the chocolate after labelling concerned Cadbury workers as ‘whingers’. In relation to Cadbury’s takeover by Kraft, he said “Who wants to hire a whingeing workforce when you can have a positive, up-beat one?” He then offered to meet with workers for a ‘photo shoot’, but […]

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“Better Than Buttons” – Cadbury Workers Demo

Posted on August 1st, 2009 by Andy

Angry Cadbury workers have demonstrated outside the company’s Marlbrook plant after they broke a three-year pay agreement. Around 25 staff held placards outside the firm’s factory near Leominster saying they deserve ‘better than buttons’. Cadbury recorded profits of £112 million at the end of July and a 12% rise in sales. “This is about opportunism […]

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