Time running out to apply for Weston Super Startup

PUBLISHED: 08:00 18 May 2018

Weston Mercury editor Tom Wright with Kerry O'Neill inside The Stable creative hub, in Wadham Street.

Weston Mercury editor Tom Wright with Kerry O'Neill inside The Stable creative hub, in Wadham Street.


Time is running out for Weston-super-Mare’s top entrepreneurs to enter a competition which could be the big break your business needs.

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The May 31 deadline for entries to Weston Super Startup is fast approaching, with the Mercury searching for the town’s best burgeoning digital, creative or technology business. The winner will receive a 12-month membership to The Stable, worth more than £1,000.

The Stable, in Wadham Street, is a creative hub which boasts top-quality facilities and is a perfect place to develop your business.

Mercury editor Tom Wright said: “There is not a better place in Weston than The Stable for small digital and creative businesses, or freelancers. The facilities are fantastic, and the chance to bounce ideas off fellow members could prove invaluable.”

For details, visit www.thestableweston.com/en/page/westonsuperstartup

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