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The search is on for the South East’s most outstanding small businesses and self-employed people

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fsba logo bgThe Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is today (1st August) beginning its search for the best of the small businesses in the South East as entries open for the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2020. There are around 873,000 self-employed, small and medium enterprises in the region, making up over 99% of all businesses.

Small businesses are being urged to enter before the closing date of 7th February 2020. Twelve award categories this year include the Wellbeing in Small Business Award, building on FSB's successful work in advocating measures to improve wellbeing and mental health for the self-employed, small business owners and their employees.

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Success on the streets for community wardens

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Portsmouth City Council 2016Portsmouth City Council's community wardens, who patrol the streets and deal with reports from residents, are tackling more cases than ever.

The team was doubled in size at the start of this year, from eight to 16. Now, six months on, they are dealing with 400-plus cases a week on average, compared to 150 a year ago.

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Vote to secure major prize for the Mary Rose!

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image003The Mary Rose has made it to the finals of the National Lottery’s 25th Anniversary Awards for the best Heritage Project of the past quarter century. The ten finalists will now go to a public vote and they need your personal help to vote for Mary Rose and to forward this on to everyone you know to ask them to vote too.

To vote, go to MaryRose.org/NLAMaryRose or tweet #NLAMaryRose, which will also be counted as a vote. (This only works on Twitter, not Facebook or Instagram).

Voting period is 24th July to 21st August, and the winner will be announced in September ahead of an awards ceremony, great coverage on the One Show and a cash prize.

The vote campaign was launched on Wednesday 24th July with the help of actor Hugh Bonneville.

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Lakeside North Harbour chosen by Toob

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Mike Banwell, CFO & Founder of toob with Karen Tyrrell, Head of Marketing and Client Services at Lakeside North Harbour and Nick Parbutt, toob's CEO

Lakeside North Harbour has been chosen by toob, the full fibre broadband provider. The rapidly growing company has moved into a 7,450 sq ft office in Building 4000. The Lakeside office will serve as the company's Head Office and incorporate its Customer Contact Centre.

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Anti-litter posters urge: be proud of Portsmouth

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Portsmouth City Council has teamed up with anti-litter campaigners to urge visitors to the seafront and green spaces not to dump their rubbish.

The goal is to make sure rubbish is disposed of properly, so it doesn't litter local beauty spots such as Southsea Common, parks and the seafront, and endanger wildlife.

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