Craft baker Greenhalgh’s is to start rolling out “fantastic new branding” to give its 42 outlets a “fresher look” from next month. Bakery production manager David Smart said the new fascia is designed to give the stores a more modern feel. The “G” of Greenhalgh’s has been blown up to four times the size of standard text, to give the company a clear identifying logo. The new look will take 18 months to roll out across the company’s estate in north-west England, Mr Smart told British Baker.Greenhalgh’s is also planning to open two or more new outlets in the next year, boos-ting store numbers from the current 42. And the company is expanding the wholesale side of its business, which is now 50% wholesale and 50% retail. It supplies supermarkets Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and Booths, convenience chain Spar and companies inclu-ding BHS, House of Fraser and Roadchef.Wholesale sales manager Garry Thew told British Baker the company also has a growing export market, selling to expatriates in countries such as Spain, the Balearics and Tenerife. The majority of this business is meat-based.He noted that, following the recent lifting of the export ban on British beef, the company expects competition to escalate in overseas markets over the next six to eight weeks.With the lifting of the ban, Greenhalgh’s is to start selling products made with British beef in its overseas markets; before, it sourced beef from countries such as the Republic of Ireland, Argentina and Brazil. “Things will change now that we will be using British beef across the range,” said Mr Thew.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 49-year-old Syosset man died Friday night after his car left the road and slammed into a house in Huntington, Suffolk County police said.James A. Spillane was driving a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder west on Woodhull Road at 11:38 p.m., when the vehicle veered to the left, traveled across a lawn and crashed into the northeast corner of the house, police said.Spillane was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. A preliminary investigation by the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office indicated that Spillane may have suffered a medical emergency prior to leaving the road. Police did not elaborate.The crash caused minor damage to the house, police said. None of the residents was injured.The Pathfinder was impounded for a safety check. Detectives ask anyone with information on the crash to call the Second Squad at 631-854-8252.
83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill.STUNNING city views and a triple tiered floorplan make this grand residence one to definitely put on your inspection list.The home at 83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill, has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two car space and a pool. But it has been designed for the way that people live, creating privacy where necessary and social spaces when needed. 83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill.The main bedroom is also on this level, amplifying the residence’s opulence with incredibly high ceilings, walk-in wardrobe and glamorous ensuite with freestanding bathtub and double vanity. Outside, the residence features a covered patio with gorgeous timber ceiling. Timber decking and tiles surround the glass-enclosed pool, while towering native trees offer immense privacy.“This majestic property fulfils every desire and is situated in one of Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs moments from the city’s best schools, restaurants and shops,” agent Ben White of Place New Farm said. Inspections are by appointment with the home set to go to auction on site at noon on February 25. 83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill.The top level is dedicated to relaxed living, working and entertaining. High ceilings, mirror tiles and an open-plan style accentuate the feeling of immense space and natural flow from the lounge and kitchen to the dining room and balcony with city views.Adorned in stylish grey and white cabinetry, the kitchen offers cooking and dining options. A long island benchtop takes centre stage, surrounded by stainless steel appliances and ample cupboard space. 83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill.Four bedrooms occupy one level along with a modern bathroom, powder room and two-car garage. Three of the bedroom boasts sleek white tiling, plantation shutters and built-in wardrobes. Steps lead down to the lower level where the rumpus room provides a versatile space complete with built-in television cabinet. 83 Hampstead Rd, Highgate Hill.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoEntire walls of floor-to-ceiling windows let the lounge and dining rooms soak up the uninterrupted city vista, while sliding glass doors open out onto the balcony.Boasting polished timber flooring, the sunken family room at the rear of this level provides a separate space for informal living. It resides near a powder room and a secluded office with a private balcony facing Brisbane’s suburban vistas and distant mountains.Floating timber stairs with a glass and steel balustrade winds down beside a dramatic void to the ground floor, which is broken up into two distinct levels by the tiered floorplan.
Garbine Muguruza continued her dream debut at the WTA Finals by completing round robin play with a perfect 3-0 record to advance to the semi-finals after a hard fought 6-4 4-6 7-5 victory over Petra Kvitova on Friday.By topping the White Group, the Spaniard set up a showdown against Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska while Kvitova (1-2) will be banking on her already eliminated Czech Fed Cup team mate Lucie Safarova (0-2) to beat Angelique Kerber to help her advance.Germany’s Kerber (1-1) only needs to secure a set in Friday’s second match to book a last four berth against Red Group winner Maria Sharapova but Muguruza was spared the agony of relying on others by claiming a third straight triumph. “It’s amazing to reach the semi-finals,” Wimbledon finalist Muguruza said in a courtside interview.”To be here is a great payoff for an amazing year and hopefully I can continue winning and playing like this.””It was crazy right, oh my gosh,” Muguruza added. “Petra is an amazing player and she was obviously playing great. I was so nervous and she made sure I had to concentrate and give it my best and I can’t be happier with this ending.”–