Archaeologists to digitise burial records following HS2 excavation

Archaeologists working on the HS2 rail link are looking for volunteers to help digitise the burial records of 57,639 Londoners who lived in the city in the 18th and 19th century. The information relates to St James’s Burial Ground near Euston station, where more than 31,000 burials were excavated as part of HS2’s archaeology work between 2018 and 2019. The […]

Client feedback and reviews, what does it say about your business?

For most companies, client feedback is a crucial backbone of communication and understanding of what the client experience is really like. Consistently positive reviews are often a result of listening to your customer-base, providing the desired service, and never compromising on quality.  So how do you best avoid the rogue negative review, generate a stream […]

Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show Sale

The lot list for Classic Car Auctions sale on Saturday 25th September is rapidly increasing with new entries going live weekly. This is set to be a standout catalogue with a number of unrepeatable examples confirmed including a 2020 Toyota Yaris GR (Circuit Park) and a 2020 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro. Confirmed for the […]

Better Care Fund increased to support health and care integration

The government has announced more than £6.9 billion has been committed to continue driving integration between health and social care and support local recovery from the pandemic. The Better Care Fund (BCF) has been increased this year to continue driving integration between the health and social care system and support local recovery from the pandemic. […]

New Deputy Vice President for Law Society

Nick Emmerson has been announced as the new Law Society of England and Wales 2021 deputy vice president (DVP), following the recent election.  He takes office as DVP on 14 October 2021 – becoming vice president in 2022 and president in 2023. Nick has been a Law Society council member since 2015 as the constituency […]