We are so pleased with the updated and refreshed newsletter for the Clifton Moor Business Association (CMBA), that we thought we’d share with you the great good news stories from businesses in YO30. There is also an article featuring Martin who is part of the CMBA board, and some interesting facts about him which you may not know! Click here to view
Our friends at Accessible Arts and Media (AAM) have released a special video performance of their favourite festive song I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas as their Christmas fundraiser, to help raise vital funds.
AAM connects disabled and young people in North Yorkshire, celebrating the achievements and aspirations of everyone through creative music and arts projects.
Rose Kent, Managing Director commented “You can watch the video here and if Hands & Voices help put a smile on your face today, please consider making a small donation so that we can keep delivering our life-changing inclusive projects.
On 1st July, the government welcomed a judgment from the Supreme Court that found the government’s proposals for delivering Tax-Free Childcare to be clearly lawful.
It also confirmed that, as a direct result of the legal challenge, the scheme is now expected to launch from early 2017. The existing Employer‑Supported Childcare scheme will remain open to new entrants until Tax-Free Childcare is launched.
New rights allowing UK parents to share leave following the birth or adoption of their child have come into effect from 1st April 2015.
This will effect both parents and employers, and it is important that both understand the potential benefits and obligations they have to keeping within the regulations.
We are delighted to be supporting Jeans for Genes Day 2014 here at Morrell Middleton, by raising funds and awareness for this great cause – and having the pleasure of wearing jeans in the office too!
Jeans for Genes raises money for Genetic Disorders UK and aims to change the world for children with genetic disorders.
Individually, genetic disorders are rare but together they affect 1 in 25 children born in the UK – that’s more than 30,000 babies each year. Their associated health problems mean that genetic disorders are the biggest cause of death of children aged 14 years and under.
For more details, please visit http://www.jeansforgenesday.org/
According to the adulterous website, IllicitEncounters.com, accountants are the most exciting workers to go on dates with. Not because number crunching is a big turn on, but because their ‘boring’ jobs makes them more interesting in the bedroom, apparently.
We are proud to be supporting Dementia Friends, an initiative by Alzheimer’s Society, which is promoting how we can all help improve the quality of life for people with dementia, in both a social and business environment.