At-Bristol, an educational charity and one of the UK's leading interactive science centres, is opening a brand new exhibition this summer - The Tinkering Space! Aimed to inspire the inventor in us all, The Tinkering Space is for creators, inventors, dreamers and anyone who's ever wanted to have a go at making something. The Tinkering Space enables visitors to turn their ideas into something they can touch, design and modify, and even rebuild elements of the space itself.

The International Material Handling Exhibition (IMHX) at the N.E.C in Birmingham, is regarded as the essential intralogistics event, where supply chain professionals can evaluate cutting edge technologies, explore the latest industry solutions and discuss how to increase efficiencies within their operations. For Bott, the UK's market leader in workplace storage systems, this is the perfect opportunity to showcase streamlined assembly line and storage solutions to the market.

After all the campaigning, debates, claims and counter-claims the dust has finally settled and the UK has decided to leave the EU.

At Bott, we believe while the outside economic landscape can always change, the principle of creating products which solve customer problems remains as relevant as ever.

Even for the layman, the very mention of the Le Mans summons images of beautiful cars and talented drivers, pushing themselves and their machines to the limit in pursuit of victory at the world's most prestigious 24 hour race. For the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team however, Le Mans is much more than a race. In the words of executive chairman Bill Ford,

Bott are proud to announce their sponsorship of golf prodigy and 22 year old Bude resident Georgia Price, as she pursues her dream of playing professionally and securing her place on the Ladies' European Tour. She is the latest to join a long line of incredible local athletes sponsored by the company, including current and aspiring Olympians like Tom Daley, Izzy Hamilton and Emily Skerrett.