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Business Link in London appoints Flagship for PR campaigns

8th November 2010

21 January: Business Link in London (BLIL), the business advisory service for London-based SMEs, has appointed Flagship Consulting to run three PR campaigns between January and March 2010. Flagship was appointed following a review of a number of agencies and chosen due to its excellent b2b and workplace public relations.

Tricks and Treats in Winchester this Halloween

7th November 2010

This Halloween there will be whole host of spooky tricks and treats in store for visitors to the historic city of Winchester. There are a number of frightful family friendly activities taking place throughout the run up to Halloween that are sure to make this half term truly thrilling.

Winchester – England’s Christmas Capital

7th November 2010

12th October 2010. This year Winchester – acknowledged by many as England’s ‘ancient’ capital – is reinforcing its claim to be acknowledged as ‘England’s Christmas Capital’.

Pitchup.com launches online booking and availability calendar

7th November 2010

Following the large increase in consumer demand for outdoor UK breaks*, leading camping and caravanning website, Pitchup.com, has introduced online booking and availability calendars to help customers choose and book the perfect pitch.

‘LOCATION LINGO’ THE GREAT BRITISH COLLECTION OF NICKNAMES FOR PLACES

7th November 2010

English Project teams up with Ordnance Survey to compile an ‘Alternative Gazetteer’ of Britain as part of English Language Day -13 October 2010 Xth September 2010. Look at an Ordnance Survey map and you’ll find the official names for places throughout Great Britain. But that’s not necessarily what we call them in real life. Take, for example, ‘The Nam’ (for Tottenham), ‘Where Upon Earth’ (for Wath-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire), ‘Spaghetti Junction’ (the M-way crossover near Birmingham) or the ‘Wobbly Bridge’ (the Millennium Bridge)

Managers are from Venus and Employees are from Mars

7th November 2010

Almost half of employees do not understand their line managers. Older workers have most communications issues with managers. Junior and middle managers rate good communication more than senior managers

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