Thursday, 6 September 2007

ACME News Service

Welcome to the latest edition of the ACME News Service. Please follow the links to read more about a particular feature and to view our website!

Showcase Your Business at The Hope Street Festival and Christmas Craft Fair
For the second year running Creativebias are offering businesses the chance to showcase at the Hope Street Festival and Christmas Craft Fair.

NWDA Announces Funding Opportunities
The Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) has announced over £1m of funding to provide loans of £3,000 to £30,000 to start up, established small businesses, and not for profit social enterprises throughout the Northwest which will lever in over £1m of private funding from the financial sector.

MediaGuardian Innovation Awards Launch
The MediaGuardian Innovation Awards recognize the pinnacles of achievement in media innovation.

iMedia Course - Free to Young Women Aged 16 - 18
iMedia is an exciting new multi-media production course for young women. During the course you will work on shooting your own videos, design and upload your own website, sampling sounds and mixing tracks.

New Kin Member Offer: Executive Fitness Clinics
Offer Details: 75% Discount on Executive Fitness Clinics Joining fee available until 7th September 2007(worth £100+)Offer Terms: To register interest please contact Kim at Executive Fitness Clinics on 01512362882 or visit www.

Winners Announced for First Kin Member Offers
Congratulations to Kin members Maxine Lee from Angeluci and Zoe Wallace from 40 Rodney Street for winning the latest member offers.

Lime Pictures Sponsors LJMU New Media Students
Lime Pictures has announced plans to further develop its relationship with Liverpool John Moores University.

Local Artist Needed to Design and Make Award Trophies from Recycled, Reclaimed or Reused Goods
Each year at the Groundwork Merseyside Environmental Awards the winner of each of the categories receives a trophy individually crafted from recycled, reclaimed or reused materials made by a local artist.

Theatre Group Wanted To Perform at Merseyside Environmental Awards
Last year Groundwork moved away from their traditional format and introduced a theatre production into the comparing of the Merseyside environmental awards.

Red Dot Recycling Workshops
Liverpool-based Red Dot Exhibitions ( are staging a series of workshops dealing with how to recycle waste materials and found objects into art work.

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