Best of Welsh Business Awards
The Coal Exchange
The Coal Exchange is a celebration of history in a new luxury manor.
Built in 1888 as the Coal and Shipping Exchange to be used as a market floor and office building for trading in coal in Cardiff, it later became a hub of the global coal trade.
Fast forward 133 years, The Coal Exchange Cardiff is now a luxury hotel, wedding venue, event space and has an on-site bar and restaurant.
Perry's Vehicle Repairs
Offering a mobile vehicle repair service that brings the garage to you at a time and place that's convenient to you.
Multi Award Winning Business
Perry's Vehicle Repairs Hard at Work!
Thomas Brothers Coity
Thomas brothers garage a well-established family run company. Proudly serving our customers for over 70 years. Class 4 & 7 MOT's (including motor homes), MOT's while you wait, servicing, repairs, tyres all carried out by our experienced mechanics
Thomas Bros Coity Doing What They Do Best!
A South Wales based media agency specialising in both photos and videos for all types of occasions.
Weddings / Lifestyle / Commercial / Events / Portraits
Part of Digital Antelope
My mother sold her pies in 1975 in Portugal, and after many conversations and hours in the kitchen she has passed her secrets onto me. Please enjoy my pies and authentic Pastéis de Nata. Stop by our shop or message the page to order in advance
Hancox's Pies Baking Up Some Goodness!
Aiming to be better than the rest, and to be cheaper than the rest, and give Exceptional service
A Cut Above The Rest at MH Barbering
Studio 54 is a multi-disciplinary performing arts school based in South Wales. We offer classes in performing arts, musical theatre, acting, hip-hop, vocal performance and presentation. Based in the Welsh Valleys, the aim is to offer a professional learning environment to the local communities, using performance to develop confidence and social skills. The Studio is headed by Jenna Curtis and Peter Karrie and teaching is lead by Onyx Uwandulu.
Peter Karrie was brought up in Wales, where he had radio and television shows on BBC Wales. He began his career as the lead singer of pop group Peter and the Wolves, and went on to star in several West End musical productions, including Les Misérables and Chess. He also played Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Fagin in Oliver! and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof for Aberystwyth Arts Centre. In 2005 he starred with Shan Côthi in the Mal Pope musical Amazing Grace at the Wales Millennium Centre for the Wales Theatre Company. He performed alongside John Owen Jones and Nic Greenshields in the one-off Three Phantoms concert in aid of George Thomas Hospice Care. He also created roles in three Bernard J. Taylor musicals, and the title role of Nosferatu was written for him. In 2012 he appeared in the 33rd edition of The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, where he and Brenna Conrad performed a Cole Porter tribute and a rendition of Phantom of the Opera.
Gracie Jayne is a 15 young lady based in South Wales. Gracie has already built up a large fan base and profile at a very young age after becoming a finalist on both The Voice Kids and Junior Eurovision. Gracie is a proud student of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama on Saturdays and Studio 54 and Jodie Steeles Elite Team. She was also recently asked to perform alongside west ends Kerry Ellis in a cabaret event in London.
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