Over the last year myself & others in the area, namely Carla Delaney, Stuart Young & Colin Willman have been hosting Slow Business Networking events. The aim was to bring people out on a Friday for a spot of business … Continue reading Slow Business Networking NEW Community Format
Transform business spaces with artwork from local schools and colleges. Hire artwork from Local Arts Loan and support your local schools and colleges and ‘more arts’ a Berkshire arts development charity. We are currently seeking businesses who will partner us … Continue reading Local Arts Loan
This morning I’m one of 20 companies taking part in Windsor Boys’ School Careers Day Reflecting on what I can do for them… I could just give them a pile of answers… or I could get them to think for … Continue reading Student Engagement Career’s Day Windsor Boys’ School
23rd June saw the inaugural President of Windsor & Eton Interact Club take up her chain of office in the Royal setting of Cumberland Lodge… Principal Rev DR Edmund Newell of Cumberland Lodge gave a welcome & shared some of … Continue reading Windsor Girls School Interact Club launches at Cumberland Lodge
I am able to offer a special on promotional summer Jelly watches, which come in a a huge range of colours… A VERY cheap promotional tool Case: Plastic Band: Silicone Case: Stainless Steel Size: 23x50x10mm Print: 1c company logo Delivery: … Continue reading Summer Jelly Watches
With this UV detector which is a fun band to wear, you can see whether you or your kids are in harsh sun. A fantastic inexpensive … Continue reading Do you know how harsh the sun is?
If you are a new business looking to engage with a brand new audience then social media can be a good vehicle… But you need to have a good story, something people will want to share with others. I am … Continue reading Adding a Little Wacky Magic to your Business
Slough Together Walk 2014 takes place on Saturday 3rd May, start any time between 10.00 am – 12.00 noon A great walk taking in countryside, riverside, village and town. Discover an amazing variety of views, monuments and buildings, including shops … Continue reading Rotary Slough Together Walk 3rd May 2014
On Saturday 22nd March I had the pleasure to enjoy 8 teams from across the Region give of their best at the University of Surrey, Guildford. Obviously I thought our team was the best and they came close… I asked … Continue reading Rotary Youth Speaks South East Regional Final
Philip Turner hosted his President’s night at The Guildhall in Windsor A most stunning venue, being an ex council employee he obviously got the pensioner discount for the evening 😉 Obvious his introduction to the evening was appreciated by the … Continue reading Philip Turner’s Windsor & Eton Rotary Presidents Night
This morning I have been making more connections in the worlds of recruitment & education… I’m looking for those involved with helping others create CV’s that recruiters & HR departments will read for more than the current standard of 7 … Continue reading CV Creation Tool Service
Inspirational story about a young man from Sierra Leone who is setting MIT alight! I was pointed to this story by @hojomo after he’d RT’d one of my blogs… funny how you find things in 2014! 15-Year-Old Kelvin Doe is … Continue reading Kelvin Doe’s story
They reckon that we can make a connection to anyone in the world within six connections! And I guess with LinkedIn this is coming down to 5? At the weekend a pal of mine, Mark Granger changed his profile pic … Continue reading Six degrees of separation
Windsor Spring Festival kicks off in just over a week… Normally Guy lets us Rotarians know but today Twitter won the day when Tom Gamble reminded me it was on by tweeting me a link to his gig… @windsordaily world … Continue reading Windsor Spring Festival 15th – 23rd March 2014
Can you help me out with a new project please… I’m looking to talk to people involved in the employment process… recruiters, career advisers, employers & others who might be interested in the following… have a read and hook me … Continue reading Do you know anyone involved in the recruitment process?
Sunday 30th March 2014, 2pm start Help children learn to read and join us for a out-and-back 5k run or walk along the beautiful Queen Anne’s Ride in Windsor Great Park, raising money for Dyslexia Action Egham Centre and the … Continue reading 5k Fun Run at Brigidine School, Windsor
I recently persuaded my fellow Rotarians to buy two fishing boats for two villages in the Philippines and have been very impressed with the level of management being shown by the local Philippines Rotary Clubs. There was trepidation about investing … Continue reading Rotary ONE BOAT for the Philippines Project
At this time of year we cannot help thinking about children, their innocence and great expectations. Children have a truly astounding ability to absorb and question. How many times do we hear “Why?” whenever we try to explain something? The … Continue reading Isn’t it amazing!
SOLD: Chevrolet Matiz 1.0 the perfect car for new driver. In the Spring we bought this Chevrolet Matiz so our daughter could learn to drive. The additional insurance would have been only been around an extra £400 through our insurers … Continue reading FOR SALE Chevrolet Matiz 1.0 £2,222 ono
“Oh yes it does…” “Oh, no it doesn’t…” “Oh yes…” Well it is the Panto season 😉 When Camelot, The National Lottery, was bought out by a Canadian Pension Fund for £389 million in 2010 it pushed a few of … Continue reading Making healthy connections in Berkshire doesn’t have to be a lottery…
Winners Emily Swain, Cerys Roe, Freya Angood with judges Deputy Mayoress Margaret Lenton, Mary Stock, Ian Macfadyen This year’s Intermediate section of Windsor & Eton Rotary Youths Speaks Competition was won again by St Edward’s Royal Free Ecumenical Middle School. … Continue reading Rotary Youth Speaks Winners St Edward’s Royal Free Middle School
When disaster hits, many of us feel we want to do something to help but what? Make a donation? But who can we trust to use our gift to best effect? Rotary… When Googling for more information a number of … Continue reading How can we help The Philippines?
Last week we got some great news, my nephew Alexander Foote had, at last, passed his Maths “O” Level, or GCSE, whatever it’s called, that’s not the point… the point is he needed it to go to his chosen University. … Continue reading Dyslexia : Inside the Mind of a Literary Genius J. K. Rowling
With the Duchess of Cambridge about to give birth, our thought move to our families… how our kids are doing, be they 6 months, 6 years or 60! Tells us a short story… Continue reading We love them, whatever direction they choose to go in