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The flag features several references to the towns traditional industry of lock and key-making.
We organise events that our members tell us they want to do.
Luv2meet U is a Community Interest Company (CIC), run by and for people with learning disabilities.
Mica is the brand name of the voluntary trading group Mica DIY Ltd (also referred to as a Symbol group) for independent do it yourself (DIY) and hardware retailers in the UK, who work together for group benefit in marketing, buying and retail support.
It has around 60 members in the United Kingdom (UK), including all four nations of the United Kingdom.
and had previously since its inception been majority owned by its retailer members.
Its stated aim is to assist its retailer members to compete with the larger corporate stores.
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