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Is Notre-Dame insured and how will it be repaired?

  A cultural icon of France and, perhaps surprisingly, visited by more tourists than the Eiffel Tower, the Notre-Dame cathedral is a place of spiritual wellbeing as much as it is of Catholicism. Due to the brave and quick-witted actions of firefighters, the structure has fortunately been...

Richard Lane joins Edwards Insurance Brokers

We are extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Lane as Development Director. Richard's experience dates back to the 1970’s when he joined Royal Insurance. He has subsequently worked for Zurich, LV= and latterly Ecclesiastical where he was Managing Director at Ansvar until his retirement...

Our Ethical Procurement Statement

Like most independent businesses, Edwards Insurance Brokers started small and we know that all of our staff have been fundamental to our success as we have grown.  We know how important people are in business and that their happiness, worth and wellbeing plays a massive...

Step by Step – Capital Ring walk with QSA

We are proud to support many charities here at Edwards Insurance Brokers, especially where we know the charity and all of their work personally.  Quaker Social Action are good friends and clients of ours and their work is inspired by Quaker values like equality as...

Planning on driving abroad? The Green Card explained

In the event of no-deal Brexit on 29 March, UK motorists planning on driving in Europe will need a Green Card. Use our handy guide to ensure you’re well in the know. What is the Green Card and why do I need it? The Green Card is...

The dangers of being under-insured

Insurance in one of those things that you know you need to have and hope you will never need to call upon.  When you do need your insurance to respond, it's important that you are not nder-insured. You may have cover in place to protect you...

Lightning conductors for churches

Tall buildings like churches are often fitted with lightning conductors to prevent damage from a lightning strike.  These may just seem like a strip of metal, but they’re useful tools and like any other part of the building, they should be maintained and looked after.   What...

Exposing the data behind cyber attacks

Cyber-attacks are a wide-scale problem, affecting both businesses and individuals across the globe. They can have a hugely detrimental impact on both the reputation and running of your business with data breaches potentially resulting in legal battles and negative press. Revealing statistics from Verizon’s 2018...

Uncovering the lost history of your listed building

If a building is considered to be of a special architectural or historic interest it may become listed, which means every effort will be put into place to preserve it. If you live in or rent such a building, you might just be curious about the...

How to check that your wireless router is secure from cybercriminals

Despite routers becoming increasingly easy to use and configure, most people don’t amend the settings of their router having set their Wi-Fi name and password. Yet without updating your router and security settings, you could be leaving your router open to cybercriminals and malware. Last year,...