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St Sampson’s High pupils walk to Mexico City

St Sampson’s High pupils walk to Mexico City

| July 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

STUDENTS from St Sampson’s High School walked from Guernsey to Mexico City. But instead of needing passports, they walked 5,500 miles – the distance from here to the South American city – with the aid of a comfortable pair of trainers and bottles of water. Around 500 pupils and teachers took part in the West […]

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Jumping out of a plane for the GSPCA – Please sponsor Lorna and her sky dive

| July 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Lorna Prince the GSPCA Animal Welfare Manager is jumping out of a plane to raise funds to help animals in Guernsey. Lorna Prince said “I am the Welfare Manager at the GSPCA and see how hard the Charity, it’s volunteers and staff work to help wild and domestic animals in the Channel Islands.” “The GSPCA […]

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Four friends take on the challenge of Mont Blanc to raise funds for animals in Guernsey

Four friends take on the challenge of Mont Blanc to raise funds for animals in Guernsey

| July 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Andy Alford and friends are about to do something very special to raise funds for the GSPCA. Here is a short message from him about a very brave challenge he and some of his friends are undertaking: “As some of you know and for those that don’t, myself, Guy Rogers and Ben Byrom from Guernsey […]

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Black tie dinner event returns during Town Carnival week

| July 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

After the success of last year’s event, the Town Centre Partnership is repeating its black tie classical fundraising dinner.  The limited-ticket event will be held on the 23 July – in the middle of Town Carnival week – at the Duke of Richmond Hotel. To complement the events musical theme, guests will be entertained throughout […]

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Brand new dance technology production created in Guernsey

| July 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dance and Technology are brought together in a pioneering project currently being researched and developed at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital. A Kinect motion sensor is removed from its normal domestic setting to open it up as a device with which dancers can interact to control projected shapes, patterns and light. Darren Pritchard, Manchester based choreographer, […]

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Rossborough account exec recognised for delivering excellence

Rossborough account exec recognised for delivering excellence

| July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

A COMMERCIAL account executive from Rossborough has become one of the first to be recognised in a new scheme organised by parent Arthur J Gallagher. Jamie Boyd was nominated for the new Delivering All Round Excellence scheme by Rossborough managing director Ian Stewart and chosen as one of 20 winners from 2,500 staff across Gallagher’s […]

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Sports coach points out valuable lessons for business leaders at breakfast seminar

| July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Former international rower, Murray Eldridge provided local business leaders with valuable insight into leadership after years of sports coaching. Speaking at a Heritage Insurance-sponsored breakfast seminar, in association with the Guernsey Sports Commission, in the Garenne Stand at Footes Lane, Mr Eldridge linked the focus, drive and ambition needed in sports coaching to the leadership […]

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New Youth Award Joins Community Awards Line-Up

New Youth Award Joins Community Awards Line-Up

| July 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Guernsey Community Foundation has joined forces with the Youth Commission to introduce a new Youth Award to this year’s Community Awards line-up, in partnership with Guernsey Electricity. Since 2007, the Youth Commission has successfully hosted the Bailiwick of Guernsey Young People Awards, Celebration of Achievement Evening to acknowledge the dedication, commitment and talent of […]

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Seafresh wins customer service accolade

Seafresh wins customer service accolade

| July 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The winners have been announced in this year’s Livingroom Customer Service Awards. Following a six-week voting process, in which the general public was able to nominate the individual or team they felt deserved a customer service accolade, the winners were announced in an open-air ceremony in Market Square on Thursday 3 July. Hosted by Island […]

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Guernsey fiduciaries’ obligation to report suspicion: STEP lecture to hear from Financial Investigation Unit

| July 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

The obligation to report suspicion, the definition of suspicion, changes to legislation and an update from the Financial Investigation Unit is STEP Guernsey’s final Collas Crill sponsored lunchtime lecture in the 2013/2014 series this Thursday. Adrian Hale, senior investigation officer at the Financial Investigation Unit, will explain the obligation to report suspicious transactions or activity, […]

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