As the opening of the Gathering Place gets closer, News on 6's LeAnne Taylor got a sneak peek at the new playground and met the Gathering Place Ambassador, 10-year-old Ariana Reagor. Ariana is a 5th grader at Union's Moore Elementary who was chosen to be the ambassador - someone who can talk to others about the park and invite people to visit. "I go online and check out what the Gathering Place has and all the things you can do there for kids and adults," said Ariana.
Motan Colortronic is to open a new Tech Centre at its UK facility in Chesterfield. The new centre, which covers a two-acre site, is the product of a six-figure investment and is dedicated to showcasing products from across the company’s range of ancillary equipment. “Our Tech Centre exhibits samples of almost all of our products and is dedicated to injection, blow moulding, extrusion and compounding based applications,” explained Karl Miller, Managing Director.
The TCT Group, a division of Rapid News Publications Ltd, has announced a new overseas event partnership in a further boost to its growing portfolio. The Group, which specialises in publications and events relating to 3D printing and additive manufacturing, will collaborate with JTB Communication Design Inc (JCD), based in Tokyo, on a joint event in Japan in 2019.
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Selecting a term
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