B4 Retail, Leisure & Hospitality Day

B4 Retail, Leisure & Hospitality Day

It’s B4 Retail, Leisure & Hospitality Day at B4. So we’re highlighting some recent and not so recent articles and press releases posted by B4 members over the past year or so.

Mollies Dinner Oxford

Fun & Laughter at Mollie’s Motel & Diner

In a world of social-distancing, ‘should we, shouldn’t we’, ‘can you hear me’, wash your hands craziness, it’s nice to get a slice of normality. We ventured to Mollie’s Motel & Diner located on the A420 near Buckland for a family dinner and a good night’s sleep. We weren’t disappointed. B4’s Richard Rosser and family enjoyed Mollie’s.

blenheim Palace

B4 ONE: WORKPLACE WELLBEING 30th September broadcast from Blenheim Palace

A day of empowering webinars to boost engagement, motivation, performance & health in the workplace

Bike Oxford Medals

Iconic cycling events encourages community to take part in cycling challenges this summer with new bike Oxford 2020 Medal Rides

The team behind the popular Bike Oxford summer sportive launch new summer-long activity series to inspire new and existing cyclists to set and achieve summer goals.

Helen Money Nutrition

Does diet support mental wellbeing?

In the past few years employee mental wellbeing has come to the fore. Companies are starting to acknowledge mental illness and their role in supporting employees.

Mollies Dinner Oxford

Mollie’s Motel and Diner opens in Oxfordshire

Mollie’s Motel & Diner, part of Quentin Restaurants and Soho House & Co, opened its doors in Buckland and welcomed its first guests on 30th January 2019. Inspired by the classic American diner, Mollie’s is a motel, diner and drive-thru from Nick Jones, founder and CEO of Soho House, the first in a series of openings coming to the roadside and city centres across the UK.

Corporate VIIIs with Freeths

Corporate VIIIs with Freeths

One of the highlights of many Olympics over the past twenty to thirty years has been the GB rowing team powering to Gold – seemingly always early on a Saturday morning – leaving plenty of defeated crews in their wake. What a sight it is to behold, eight rowers in perfect sync, gliding over the lake, relentlessly in pursuit of their prize.