With the application of a little science, board member Gäelle is creating a strong action plan to restore the site to a home for wildlife and demonstrate our success to potential funders. Continue reading Restoring arable land to a wildlife rich oasis
While the site is a quagmire, we can’t start building. But there is plenty to do to plan and prepare for the Whistlewood Roundhouse. Continue reading How goes the Whistlewood Roundhouse?
Sue runs her own company, ‘saving time and money’ for people who need help with their administration so they can focus on their businesses. She is one of the most hard-working people I know. Continue reading All in a day’s work – the Virtual PA
IMHO the words ‘just a courtesy call’ attempt to hide discourtesy. From 25 May they will also be unlawful unless you have explicitly agreed to the call. Continue reading GDPR – just a courtesy call
Building a track to the Roundhouse is key to safety once we open and will let us get heavy equipment and materials into the hub with a minimum of damage to our ground. Continue reading No building is an island – how will visitors get to the Roundhouse?
Late last month a European study found that 80% of health apps tested, did not follow well-known practices and guidelines, not even legal restrictions imposed by contemporary data protection regulations, thus jeopardizing the privacy of millions of users. Health apps encourage us to enter personal data from weight targets, exercise routes and x-rays. This isn’t … Continue reading GDPR – does your health app protect your personal data?
I have come to know Jackie through a networking group and have been able to do some work for her. As I built her case studies, I found myself wondering how she came to be an Independent Financial Adviser and own her own business. Here’s Jackie’s story. At school, Jackie had no career plans. She … Continue reading All in a day’s work – The Independent Financial Adviser