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The small family-run business has grown and supports community projects as well as organising beach cleans. Michelle Hatton School of Dance & Performing Arts ,in Bridlington, has some wonderful mottos: ‘Behind every dancer who believes in themselves is a teacher who believed in them first’ is just one. Aimee Evans opened The Brow Project after just eight months in the beauty industry, after first setting up a beauty room in the back of a hair salon.
She spotted the chance to rent a shop of her own and “went for it” ! Twenty-four-year-old Ben Worrall has created Enquiry Source, which creates enquiries and sales opportunities for businesses UK wide.
He has a business model in place that is expected to turn over £1 million in five years. There’s no hampering the style of Eliza McMillan, who is the face behind the hampers of The Hunmanby Pantry.
She has contracts with all the local Haven holiday camps and an expanding list of independent holiday resorts. Operating from Malton for over 50 years, Dennis Distribution has gone from owning three tractor units to 41.
The team has turned the business around after a tough time, securing new contracts and increasing productivity. Castle Employment has also been established over 50 years, and has grown to a 40-strong team.
They have a variety of reward and recognition schemes for staff, and supporting charities is a huge part of the Castle brand. Raise your pint-glass to the multi-award winning Wold Top Brewery, which in the early 2000s had a turnover of £70,000; now it is £2 million.
Its ambition is to become the leading alcoholic drinks brand in Yorkshire. offers honesty, passion and care with a bespoke service to owners who have lost their pets.
After a tough start, through drive and commitment the company is growing, with local vets beginning to see the benefits of its service. A family’s pipe dream became a reality and Furbellow & Co opened in Whitby in March this year. A gentleman’s shop with barber’s area, it prides itself on a warm welcome and good old fashioned customer service. CPA Tree Surgery was set up four years ago by 16-year-old Chester Adamski, and has ex-