North Wales Business Club
P.O. Box 41, North Wales, LL24 0ZF
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New NWBC WEB Site Feature – Videos

Have a look at a NWBC Dinner and see how a typical function is organised.

To see an event and listen to an introduction to the NWBC please follow this link:
Video about the NWBC

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Testimonials about the NWBC

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Summary of items featured in this section.

St David's Hospice Newsletter 'Life' published + Various events

Swayne Johnson Solicitors - Is your business GDPR ready for May 2018

Stone Cold success for top photographer

New facility in Rhyl

How to help St David's Hospice

Free workshops provided by RCS Wales

News from new NWBC members Crime Prevention Services

Information from the Counter Terrorism Awareness Advisor - North Wales Police

Lord Mostyn new NWBC President

St David's Hospice Newsletter 'Life'

Please follow this link for the English version:

Please follow this link for the Welsh version:

Various ways you can support St David's Hospice are listed below

Some forthcoming events:

For full details of events or functions you may be interested in up to next June 2018 please follow this link:

ON LINE SHOP - follow this link:

St David’s Hospice is increasing the range of therapeutic activities available to patients, providing services that may be of interest to a wider range of patients than just traditional group activities.
The new horticultural project is for inpatients as well as day patients, and is the process of using plants and gardens to improve physical and mental health, as well as communication and thinking skills.
Matron at St David’s Hospice, Glenys Sullivan, said:
“Therapeutic horticulture is considered to have physical, psychological and psychosocial health benefits and increases patient’s well-being. It can also use the Hospice garden as a safe and secure place to develop someone’s ability to mix socially, make friends and learn practical skills that will help them to be more independent and promote rehabilitation where appropriate.
“By extending the range of therapeutic interventions, we can offer the opportunity for patients to engage in meaningful occupations that can greatly improve their quality of life.”
To find out more about St David's Hospice and it's work go

* Daredevils wanted! Tandem Skydiving Day - 1st June 2018

Wedding Favours Poster

Your Wedding Day is an exciting event for you and your family and friends. Add to your guests' excitement by giving them the chance of winning up to £1000!

Wedding favours are small gifts given as a gesture of appreciation or gratitude to guests from the bride and groom during a wedding ceremony or a wedding reception.

Our wedding lottery favours are a gift twice over - once to your guests and again to St David’s Hospice.

Enjoy your big day in the knowledge that this gift will make a real difference to our patients and their families. For further details, please contact the Lottery Office on 01492 877999 or email.

Posted 1/3/2018

Stone Cold Success for Top Photographer !

A dramatic image of stone-slab cutting in Derbyshire has earned Adrian Waine, from Ellesmere Port in Cheshire, the best professional photographer award in the EEF Manufacturing Photography Competition.

Adrian took the photograph at Natural Stone Surfaces, a supplier of bespoke work surfaces, on behalf of Atlas Copco, a manufacturer of air systems. It captures the use of diamond tooling and compressed air to cut through marble slabs in the making of kitchen worktops.

He was named best professional photographer at the final of EEF’s manufacturing photography competition held in the House of Commons in London.

The EEF, which describes itself as the voice of British manufacturing, says Adrian wowed judges with his eye-catching image Stone Slab Cutting taken at Natural Stone Surfaces’ 25,000 sq ft state of the art plant in Derby.

The competition, now in its eighth year, seeks creative images that capture the essence of modern manufacturing. Photographs can portray any stage of manufacturing from design, process and technology in action through to the finished product and can cover traditional or high-tech sectors.

Adrian, who works from his studio in Ellesmere Port for numerous international clients, said: “Manufacturing is a fantastic subject matter offering such diverse opportunities for dramatic or challenging shots. It’s a very visual industry but still requires a good eye, lighting skills and patience to do it justice”.

Adrian is pictured with extracts from The Times and The Telegraph alongside his award. He’s surprised at how extensive press coverage has been which clearly reinforces the strength of British manufacturing and demonstrates the importance and need for good photography to be used as a promotional tool, especially to those industries in the exports market.

Posted 29/1/2018

New Facility in Rhyl

Web site:

The building was the former court house in Rhyl, North Wales. Its quite spacious and may be suitable for your or your members needs

We have several different sized meeting rooms on the ground and first floor levels which are all available for hire at a competitive rate.


Sizes range from:

  • up to 5 persons
  • 5-10 persons
  • And 10 to 50 persons (former court room). The Court Room is 11.5m by 7.5m with a small stage to the front
  • There is a large break out space on the landing

All rooms have a lot of natural light and are generally architecturally pleasant.

We hold all the usual requirements. Stair lift to first floor, Fire alarm, security alarm, panic alarms, CCTV

We can provide the usual conference facilities, projector, audio system, computer, catering, and drinks


We are in the next street to the train station and bus station

There is a very large car park local authority on the next road (Morley Road), on street parking and there are visitor on-site parking spaces.

We can book over the phone and later on line.

The website is under construction -




Posted 20/12/2017

How to support St David's Hospice

Follow this link to find out all about St David's Hospice Llandudno:

For information about St David's Hospice Lottery please follow this link: St Davids Hospice Lottery Information Sheet

To join the Lottery please download and complete this form : St Davids Lottery Application Form Page 1 : St Davids Lottery Application form Page 2

NWBC members RCS Wales would like you to see all about their free workshops.

Please follow the link for full details about 'Managing Sickness Absence' workshops. All workshops are free.

Please follow this link for full details: Managing Sickness Absence Workshop

Posted 4/10/2017

News from new NWBC members Crime Prevention Services

Crime Prevention Services are very happy to join the North Wales Business Club. Our Director Karen Farrell is looking forward to meeting many fellow members at upcoming events.

We thought we would introduce ourselves, you may indeed already recognise us from our landmark spot on the A55; We have designed, installed, maintained and monitored electronic security systems for over 30 years. Our solutions are tailored to individual needs, and we take a great deal of time and care in assessing the needs of our customers and providing a bespoke solution.

We are industry accredited to Gold Standard by the NSI (National Security Inspectorate) and work to maintain the highest standards for the systems we install, and also in our excellent customer care.

We offer a one-stop-shop solution for your fire and security needs. As an independent company, we are able to offer an excellent after sales service and have a wealth of experience within the industry.

Our clients include national retailers, property management companies, sports stadiums, hotels as well as residential home owners the length and breadth of the UK.

We have a wealth of experience and are confident we can assist you with all your security and fire needs. Whether it’s taking over an existing system, installing a new system or monitoring via our Alarm Receiving Centre 24/7, 365 days a year.

Don’t hesitate to contact us on 0845 23 098 23 or drop us a line on [email protected] for an enquiry or an informal chat.

Posted 15/6/2017

Information received from the Counter Terrorism Awareness Advisor - North Wales Police

For full information and contact details please follow this link to their Project Griffin flyer:- Counter Terrorism Project Griffin

Posted 14/12/2016