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St Luke’s Hospice launches ‘Bring a Bag to Work Day’

St Luke’s Hospice launches ‘Bring a Bag to Work Day’

St Luke’s Hospice in Cheshire has launched its latest donation drive “Bring a Bag to Work Day” and local businesses are being urged to get involved.

On Wednesday March 30, volunteers from the Hospice will collect donation bags from workplaces of all shapes and sizes to help stock local St Luke’s charity shops.

March 24, 2022
FEATURE: How AR will affect the future of work

FEATURE: How AR will affect the future of work

There is a fundamental gap between the vast amount of digital data we have access to and the real world in which we use it.

While our reality is three-dimensional, the wealth of information we currently have to guide our decisions and actions is stuck on two-dimensional pages and displays.

November 23, 2021
FEATURE: Top tips for a killer presentation at work

FEATURE: Top tips for a killer presentation at work

Sweaty palms, a dry mouth and a mind blank? You must be doing a work presentation!

With almost a quarter of people in the United Kingdom (24.2%) reporting “high” anxiety in an ONS survey last March, it’s normal to feel a bit overwhelmed at the prospect of a work presentation.

October 28, 2021
St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire launches ‘Bring £1 to Work Day’

St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire launches ‘Bring £1 to Work Day’

Workplaces are being urged to back Cheshire hospice St Luke’s “Bring a £1 to Work Day” fundraising initiative.

The fundraiser is taking place on Wednesday November 3 and is a chance for businesses to bring their staff together and invite them to donate £1 for St Luke’s.

October 11, 2021
FEATURE: 6 ways Covid-19 has changed the way we work

FEATURE: 6 ways Covid-19 has changed the way we work

Covid-19 has changed the entire world forever, whether we like it or not.

And perhaps one of the biggest changes has been the way we work.

August 27, 2021
Crewe-Nantwich Greenway

Only 2% cycle to work in Cheshire East, data shows

Just 2.2% of people in the Cheshire East area cycle on their way to work just once a week, according to latest figures.

And only 1.1% cycle every day on their journey to work, while fewer than 17% of people take part in cycling of any kind once a month.

May 21, 2020
Reaseheath College praised by Ofsted and rated “Good” overall

Reaseheath College praised by Ofsted and rated “Good” overall

Reaseheath College in Nantwich has been praised by Ofsted inspectors for the way it prepares students and apprentices for the world of work.

The latest Ofsted report, which rated the college “Good” overall, highlights its practical facilities and “ambitious and enthusiastic lecturers and instructors”.

January 27, 2020
St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire to stage “Bring a Pound to Work Day”

St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire to stage “Bring a Pound to Work Day”

St Luke’s Hospice Cheshire is gearing up for the easiest fundraising event in its 31-year history – and is urging local Nantwich businesses to get involved.

October 29, 2019
Six-week project to start on controversial Nantwich ‘link’ road

Six-week project to start on controversial Nantwich ‘link’ road

Work is set to start on the controversial Taylor Drive – Edmund Wright Way ‘link’ route in Nantwich.

The link has sparked protest from residents living close to it, but others say the link is essential to ease traffic along Welsh Row and Queens Drive and should have been built years ago.

September 22, 2018
Nantwich commuters urged to sign up to “cycling to work” week

Nantwich commuters urged to sign up to “cycling to work” week

Commuters in Nantwich are being urged to swap four wheels for two and take part in a week-long “cycle to work” campaign.

Cyclists who regularly cycle to work can take part in Ride to Work week runs from March 13-19.

March 3, 2017
Fewer people out of work in Crewe and Nantwich, figures show

Fewer people out of work in Crewe and Nantwich, figures show

Fewer people in Crewe and Nantwich are out of work and claiming benefit, new figures show.

The number of claimants is currently 1,120 in the Nantwich and Crewe area – a drop of 91, or eight per cent, compared to 12 months ago.

October 19, 2015