We have completed another year and Christmas has arrived. This time of year we reflect on what has happened over the last twelve months and also what the new year brings. Business wise the area has seen some large investment and has more to come. Lots of jobs have been created this month with the Yodel depot taking over the empty warehouse on the bypass near Selby College. Hopefully this will be the first of many good news stories on the jobs front. We also know that the brilliantly named and now, very famous, Selby Leisure Centre will be open in the new year having had millions of pounds spent on rebuilding it. Fingers crossed that the second phrase plans incorporating the skate park and children’s facilities are quickly given the green light, as the leisure centre will not attract families and bored teenagers in it’s current format. The next stage of the Olympia park complex and Marina projects will proceed further in 2015 which again will mean hundreds of new jobs. Changing the subject, a number of people have asked me where has LRB Trophies moved to? The only problem is we haven’t moved… the former sports shop along the road is completely unconnected to us and has a completely different name. It’s hard enough as it is attracting customers without people telling friends and family we have closed. Please tell everyone that we are fully open, and our Market Lane office & showroom is in the same location as when we first started 3 years ago. Everyone at LRB Trophies would like to wish the Selby Times readers a very happy Christmas and have a great 2015!

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We are pleased to announce the merger of LRB Trophies with Cameo Engraving in York and The Trophy & Print Shop in Norton.

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