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HMRC countdown: file your tax return
HMRC countdown: file your tax return
  • Posted by Ian Gillard - PG Owen | 19th November 2019 | ... Comments
HMRC is urging taxpayers to complete their tax returns early, in order to avoid the last minute rush. View post
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Minimum wage rates announced
Minimum wage rates announced
The government has announced a 6.2% increase in the National Living Wage
New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities at job roadshow in Bath.
Case Study: RSPCA
Case Study: RSPCA
Over the past few months, we have been working closely with RCPA (Registered Care Providers Association) on an exciting new project!
For many of us this heralds the end of the year and the beginning of a whole new chapter in our lives. Christmas is a memory, but much fun is still before us to celebrate at New Year’s Eve.
The Winter solstice, Midwinter's day, the ‘longest night’ or ‘shortest day’ take your pick, all are correct. Our meteorologists have already declared that Winter is here, most of us will have guessed as much by the change in weather conditions. The meteorological calendar declares that Spring always starts on March 1st, Summer on June 1st, Autumn September 1st and Winter on December 1st.
Friday 13th December is Christmas Jumper Day which is organised by Save the Children when we can all help simply by wearing a snazzy jumper! Millions of us will don a cheerful jumper making it the funniest and most cheerful day of the whole year with shop staff and shoppers, teaching staff and pupils, workmates and bosses joining in the fun.
New company car advisory fuel rates have been published which took effect from 1 December 2019.
Help keep your community warm this winter - volunteers needed.
This is the time of year we can go for it,when it comes to putting light in your garden.There is no limit as to the creative flair some people go to to be one up on their neighbours.
National Grief Awareness Week is established to raise awareness of grief and loss on a National scale. Its purpose, to offer a choice of tailor-made bereavement support to all people who experience grief in the UK and to those who work with those who are bereaved, to ensure immediate access to support for those who are experiencing grief and to increase awareness of smaller front-line organisations and give them a National platform so they can reach those in their area, and to help the public to better understand how to give support to those grieving for the loss of a loved one and to open conversations and normalise grief.
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