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A thriving soft play centre near Blackwood is planning to invest in more staff and facilities as demand grows. 

A new contract to take 90 people through HGV training and being approved as a DVSA Test Centre are just two of the latest milestones for a highly successful UK Steel Enterprise-backed Teesside training and haulage company. 

This summer, 16 students from South Lanarkshire will be put through their paces as they take part in an Apprentice-style challenge designed to encourage entrepreneurship.

A community drama group using performing arts to promote positive mental wellbeing and tackle issues surrounding mental health has received a funding boost from UK Steel Enterprise. 

A Rotherham-based gym which houses six personal training consultants has expanded the services it provides since receiving funding from the UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) Kickstart Fund. 

Following the success of the recent UKSE Y-Accelerator programme, enterprising businesses in Rotherham and the wider Sheffield City Region (SCR) are being offered the chance to pitch to some of China's wealthiest investors. 

There’s a modern-day Chartist style uprising in Newport, and the desperate authorities are trying to stamp it out. 

A Middlesbrough-based container company, backed by UK Steel Enterprise, has rewarded the investor’s confidence by increasing turnover to an expected £11m this year and doubling its workforce to nearly 50.

Two long-established accountancy firms, Fergusons and Harvey Peters & Co, have come together in a six-figure deal supported by UK Steel Enterprise and Finance Wales. 

A Scunthorpe-based entrepreneur who specialises in helping people who require emotional or psychological support to tackle stress, mental illness and anxiety has launched an equine-orientated therapeutic service centre after receiving £1000 from the UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) Kickstart Fund.