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Christmas Cookies Recipe

Get baking delicious Christmas cookies this weekend with Granny Edwards' Gingerbread Recipe.  Share your bakes with us on social media #EdwardsChristmas Click here for the recipe!...

Trinity Christmas Tree Festival

David was delighted to attend the preview of the Trinity Christmas Tree Festival at Trinity United Reformed Church in Wimbledon on Friday. The festival boasted a display of more than 30 beautifully dressed trees which reflected the year’s theme of “The Symbols of Christmas”.  We were...

A guide to preparing your church for winter

"Brrrrr!" Winter is well on its way now but along with all of its festivities, the cold weather can bring along a whole host of potential problems for your buildings, especially big old buildings like churches! Here is your winter check-list to ensure your place of worship...

Christopher wins Young Broker of the Year 2018 Award

We’re absolutely elated to share the news that Christopher has been named as Broker Network’s Young Broker of the year! The award was announced at this year’s Broker Network Conference which took place at the Royal Hall, Harrogate on 25th October. Christopher was shortlisted with three other...

ACAT Annual Conference 2018

David had a great time attending the ACAT Annual Conference in London at the weekend. (13th October 2018) Held at the Royal National Hotel, the theme of the day was ‘Good Governance, Foundation for Church Growth.’ David enjoyed the day meeting existing clients as well as new...

Attack of the autumn leaves – Avoiding blocked drains

Autumn is upon us, the nights are drawing in and we’re begrudgingly packing away our shorts and flip-flops for another year in place of cosy jumpers, winter coats and knitted scarves. Whilst autumn has its upsides, those crispy golden leaves can become quite a nuisance....

Blesma Charity Golf Day 2018

On 25th September, Christopher was honoured to take part in Blesma’s first Charity Golf Day at The Nottinghamshire. Founded just after the First World War, Blesma is the only national Armed Forces Charity that supports limbless veterans for the duration of their lives.  This year they...

Defibrillators on church premises

Defibrillators are electronic devices used to send electrical pulses into the chest of a person who is in cardiac arrest.  It is a life-saving piece of equipment and at the heart of the community, a church may seem like the ideal location to have one. Standard...

Can your business offer an apprenticeship today?

According to the House of Commons, in 2014/2015 there were 871,800 apprentices in the UK, up 14% compared to the previous year. With the cost of university tuition fees rising, and a saturated graduate jobs market, the once-common practice of hiring an apprentice is back...

All work and no pay: volunteering law

If your organisation or charity benefits from the assistance of volunteers, you’ll know how gratefully received their help can be. Giving up their time and effort to work for you, volunteers can gain experience and personal gratification – but without pay, they are not classed...