Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

LONDON 27 October 2015: Global drinks giant RedBull has appointed ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) and sustainability experts Carbon Architecture to assess their UK operation and make sure they achieve energy management compliance before the UK government deadline of December 5th 2015.   “RedBull’s fellow British Soft Drink Association (BSDA) members PepsiCo, Lucozade and Ribena […]

Is this the quietest place in the West End? Starting 11 September, you will be able to discover a free weekly Drop-in Silence every Friday evening. Close to Leicester Square Station, Drop-in Silence will provide an easy way to retreat from 21st century city living where the public can participate in shared silence and enjoy […]

A Quintessential English Day Out on 6 September 2015 Shere Hill Climb near Guildford takes place on 6th September. In only its third year the day has already become one for the diary of anyone interested in our motoring history and remains dedicated to raising funds for charities – having raised £23,000 so far! The […]

Groups of people in town centres late at night, after leaving clubs and keen to get home, can easily spark unsociable behaviour that needs to be defused quickly to prevent violence and public disorder. That’s why an increasing number of councils are appointing Taxi Marshals who are proving to be highly effective in towns and […]

120 delegates from a wide variety of hospital clinical groups are due to attend, including haematologists, physicians, nurses and scientific staff. The theme of the day is based around ’risks, reactions and reporting’ in transfusion. Designed to record temperature conditions for bloods and other sensitive goods in transit, storage and distribution, new ‘Tempod’ from The […]

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