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It has been made in partnership with Railworld in Peterborough as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund grant-aided Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership.Created by motion graphic designer Nick Edwards, the 14-minute film features original period footage and interviews with local researcher Eddy Edwards, Railworld trustee Brian Pearce and CAU director Chris Evans.Enterprise Europe Network and UK Trade and Investment are organising a trade mission to Slovakia and the Czech Republic on the 13-16 October 2015 to help UK SMEs access business opportunities in the dynamic Central European economy.The Train that Floats in the Sky tells the story of a trial that is rarely acknowledged but shows how this area played an important role in the world’s history of high-speed transport.Work building the gigantic concrete monorail began in 1969 along the Old Bedford River between Earith and Sutton Gault.It was the “long, straight and flat character of the Bedford Level that attracted many forms of scientific experiment” that today are the subject of an “Archaeology of the Great Straight.From Monday (April 17) officers from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit (RPU) have been out in force looking for motorists breaking the law.The week of action is the latest Tispol (European Traffic Police Network) speed enforcement campaign.
Mr Mc Candless, from St Ives, Cambridgeshire, said: "The police believed that we would exceed the resources of the business support unit."They are experts and they are professionals but none of them have been kerb-side with us so they don't know what they are talking about." Mr Mc Candless had been coordinator of the volunteers since 2010 and his team increased the accuracy of their speed detectors using the same technology as the Dambusters.In a world governed by technology, social media, email and texting, The Architect brings the focus back to socialising on a personal level.UK companies remain committed to strong trading relationships with European customers and suppliers despite the UKs vote to leave the EU, according to the results of the British Chambers of Commerces (BCC) International Trade Survey, released today (Monday).
There was a surge in the volume of trade documentation issued in the second quarter of 2016 - before the EU referendum - the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook (QITO) from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and DHL has shown.
The German-British Chamber of Industry & Commerce is organising a trade delegation trip to Germany from 20-24 June 2016 as part of a project to promote Industry 4.0, also known as the fourth Industrial Revolution.