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Made By Ben on Walcot Street has been shortlisted for the Independent Sandwich Bar Award, run by the British Sandwich Association. It’s Ben Sibbald’s second accolade in as many months, after he won the South West heat in the Sandwich Designer of the Year competition. “I am delighted to be in the running for both at once,” said Ben. “I was a finalist in the Sandwich Designer competition last year and am determined to go one better. I entered at least one sandwich in all six categories to make sure I got to the final!” www.madebyben.com


New addition


Mowbray Woodwards is delighted to announce that on 15 May Jenna Larcombe will qualify as a commercial solicitor in the Business Services Team where she will be working with partner Patrick Mears. Jenna joined in 2011 and has acquired a broad range of experience dealing with commercial and corporate matters. “Jenna is an extremely bright, able and personable young lawyer,” said Patrick.


www.mowbraywoodwards.co.uk Major awards for The House


Bath-based agency The House has scooped two major gongs at the Transform Awards – a silver award for their brand identity for Special Olympics GB, and a second for the rebranding of Norton Radstock College. “We are delighted with the result and the success both rebrands have delivered for Special Olympics GB and Norton Radstock College,” said Steve Fuller, creative head. www.thehouse.co.uk


Next top models


You might have noticed some rather sleek new models on the streets of Bath recently – models of the automobile variety, that is – thanks to Bath in Fashion sponsors Bath Audi. The fleet includes the A5 Cabriolet, the new A3 Cabriolet and TT Roadster, and will be delivering industry experts and fashion celebrities to events during Bath in Fashion week (3-10 May). See who you can spot cruising through the city… www.bathaudi.co.uk


Bath Rugby News BRINGING YOU THE LATEST FROM THE BATH RUGBY HEADQUARTERS


THREE MEN AND A DESERT Former Bath Rugby player David Barnes, Bath Rugby Foundation trustee Stuart Doughty and Martin Hewitt from Help for Heroes took on The Marathon des Sables last month, with the hope of raising £100,000 for Help for Heroes, Bath Rugby Foundation and Restart. The race is a gruelling multi-stage adventure in the inhospitable Sahara desert. ‘The Real MdS’ team joined over 1,000 others in completing 150 miles in six days, in temperatures of around 45°C. While it is a punishing race for even the fittest of competitors, for Martin it was an even greater challenge due to injuries he sustained fighting on the front-line in Afghanistan. Teammate Stuart explained that the hardest task was stopping Martin overheating: “With his right arm being paralysed, Martin is unable to cool his body with the same sweating efficiency,” he said. “In the searing temperatures, we had to protect Martin by conserving energy levels, sticking to our hydration strategy and using the afternoon check points for temporary shade.” David Barnes added: “It presented a formidable challenge to us all, but by working together, we were able to cross the finish line together.”


BATH TO GLOUCESTER CYCLE SUCCESS Olympian Heather Fell joined 50 riders for Bath Rugby Foundation’s recent Cycle to Gloucester challenge, including former Bath Rugby players Lee Mears, John Hall, David Trick and Danny Grewcock. “Bath Rugby Foundation has always played a huge part in the lives of the Bath players as they assist in the amazing work that’s achieved in the local community,” said Danny, who, along with the other riders, cycled 50 miles from the Rec to Gloucester Rugby’s Kingsholm stadium, just in time to watch the highly anticipated derby match between old rivals Gloucester and Bath Rugby. As well as offering the chance to support Bath in the local derby, the ride raised vital funds for Bath Rugby Foundation, which is now in its 10th year.


“Since getting involved with last summer’s ‘Ride Across Britain’ I’ve had the chance to witness the great work of the Foundation, and how it supports young people in our city,” said Heather Fell. “It was a weekend I could not miss.” For more: bathrugby.com


Coming fixtures: 10 May, 3.15pm, Aviva away game against Harlequins


Sleek rides for the fash pack


The Real MdS team tackling the Sahara desert


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