How homesitting could help plug the pension gap

Making up a pension shortfall is leading to more women working post retirement age. A recent study by Workingwise.co.uk revealed that 53% of women aged 45 and over said they were concerned that their pension would not be enough for them to be financially independent in later life[i]. Other research this year by online pension […]

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Moneypenny raise money for the Nightingale House Hospice on the midnight walk

A strong team from Moneypenny took part in the Nightingale Midnight Walk on Saturday 25th June to help raise money for the Nightingale House Hospice and to light up the streets of Wrexham with a community feel. They not only raised hundreds of pounds for the important charity but also were joint sponsors of the […]

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UK retirement rentals brand, My Future Living celebrates 1st anniversary

UK retirement rentals brand, My Future Living, part of ReSi Property Management Ltd, is celebrating its first anniversary in July. The company has planned a day of celebrations on 13th July in their Taunton headquarters. Tenants across the company’s portfolio of over 1,800 one and two bed retirement rental properties will also be joining in […]

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Leadership programme supports growth of music studio for disadvantaged kids

A RENOWNED leadership programme hit all the right notes with a talented music studio manager. Wrexham Sounds has gone from strength to strength since opening its doors in February, providing disadvantaged children and young people with music-based activities, courses and lessons. Schools, agencies, charities and families use the Rhosrobin-based social enterprise, which draws on a talented […]

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Tamworth Fashion Entrepreneurs score place in inaugural Growth 100 list

A Tamworth company which has made its millions selling a wide range of licensed products from Minecraft T-shirts to Pusheen pyjamas, has been recognised as one of the UK’s fastest-growing private businesses. Vanilla Underground designs, manufactures and sells premium clothing, gifts and accessories, distributing to 140+ countries around the world. The business, founded and run […]

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Nursing students to continue on-the-job training at Andrew’s Healthcare

Nursing students will continue to receive on-the-job training as part of their career development as St Andrew’s Healthcare and the University of Northampton (UON) have renewed their partnership agreement. The two organisations have been officially partnered since 2010, and have worked collaboratively on a variety of education programmes. This includes St Andrew’s Healthcare’s exciting ASPIRE […]

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Secret Book Quest on a mission to reverse the literacy gap

The pandemic has had a huge impact on literacy levels in the UK, with 78% of UK schools flagging reading as a concern.* Libraries Unlimited saw this first hand and became a lifeline as the challenges of homeschooling and working from home took hold. They adapted quickly by adding more children’s books to the digital […]

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The Workstyle Revolution is here! New book by Lizzie Penny and Alex Hirst

“This book is terrific. It provides inspiration that one word can change the course of history. Lizzie and Alex are longtime leaders of the conversation on autonomous working, and this is an eye-opening perspective on the future of work” Sophie Devonshire, author of LoveWork and Superfast – Lead at Speed. “Lizzie and Alex have spearheaded […]

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Veezu Supports Road Safety Charity

Veezu, the UK’s fastest-growing taxi and private hire technology platform, is becoming a corporate donor for the road safety charity Brake. The firm, which operates five regional brands across 23 local authorities in England and Wales, is supporting Brake’s work campaigning for safe and healthy mobility. The charity supports people affected by road death and […]

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Stroke survivor grandmother eats for first time in two years following treatment

A Lincolnshire grandmother who thought she would never eat again after a stroke has told how a course of innovative treatment made it possible for her to enjoy her favourite foods once more. Diana Tavner, 81, was diagnosed with dysphagia and left unable to swallow following a stroke in May, 2019. Her speech was also […]

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