From John o’Groats to Land’s End – CRM’s Fundraising Mission

The team here at Chapman Robinson & Moore are raising money for our charity of the year Daybreak. At CRM we are virtually going the distance of the UK from John o’Groats to Lands End by walking, running, cycling and any way that our bodies will allow us!

Blenheim: Bringing you the best from the Estate this May

The Park is now adorned with new arrivals. Watching our lambs bounding across the Estate makes us feel grounded with nature as it continues no matter what’s going on in the world. The Gardens are brimming with blossom trees as we watch the seasons move on, albeit leaving the weather in April showers. We’re hitting the ground running as life rights itself with momentous new partnerships and projects.

The Earl of Wessex visits homeless support projects across Oxford

Oxford had the chance to showcase the innovative support provided for people experiencing homelessness in the city with a visit from HRH The Earl of Wessex. Partners from Oxfordshire Homeless Movement greeted The Earl and shared how local organisations had adapted their work in response to the pandemic.

Shipton-Under-Wychwood Cricket Club Announces New Sponsorship

Shipton-under-Wychwood cricket club and The Rooflight Company are delighted to announce a new sponsorship partnership of the 3rd and 4th XI’s, commencing at the start of next season.

Funding for OxLEP-backed construction centre – set to play a leading role in creating skills for a greener future – is secured

Confirmation of a new, innovative green skills centre – one of several schemes to have benefited from funding secured by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) – has been announced.

OxLEP-backed Local Growth Fund supported project set to further enhance ‘cleaner’ connectivity in Oxford

The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) have today (27 April) revealed that works on phase one of a new project – set to boost ‘cleaner’ modes of commuting in Oxford, as well as connectivity options in-and-out of the city – continues to make positive progress.

Thomas White Oxford is the development company of St John’s College, and responsible for delivering Oxford North, the new global life sciences district for Oxford.

More than half of the UK workforce are dreading dressing smartly on their return to the office rather than worries over COVID-19, survey reveals

New study shows that 58% of Brits said one of the main things they are not looking forward to when returning to their place of work is having to look smart and dress in office attire.

COEL has won Business of the Year (company employing more than 50 employees) at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards.

The annual awards ceremony highlights the success and growth of businesses across a diverse range of sectors. COEL is a design and fit out company for offices and laboratories which offers a full turnkey service.

‘You plus two’ invite to the ICAEW East of England Economic Summit

Six months on from our first Summit we will be looking at how things have moved on and the recovery prospects for our local economy. We have a stellar set of speakers lined up including Jane Patterson-Todd, Dr David Cleevely CBE, C-J Green, Chris Sargisson, Anne Bailey, Laraine Moody, Duncan Baker MP, Fiona McGonigle and Doug Field. See below for the full line-up of speakers…this really is not to be missed!

Oxford Bus Company and City Sightseeing introduce new all-female tourism management team

Oxford Bus Company and its sister company City Sightseeing have created a revamped tourism management team across both companies to help drive the visitor economy.

Quarter of UK businesses to close or downsize offices as UK embraces hybrid working

This morning, City AM has reported that more than a quarter (26%) of UK businesses will either close, downsize or consolidate their offices in the coming months, as companies move to hybrid working models. More than half (53%) of businesses plan to offer more flexible or remote working policies, while 30 per cent are expecting employees in the office between one and three days per week, research by YouGov for HR tech firm Applaud found.