Engineering inspector Robert Reddington knew all about successful PPI claims before he came to Gladstone Brookes because he’d made one himself already.
“I’d heard all about people getting money back for mis-sold PPI so I thought I’d have a go myself to see what happened. I was successful, but it took me more than 16 weeks the get the money off the bank,” he said.
Leah leading the class in the street dance
PE class changed into dance class for the pupils of St Gregory’s when Wolves Foundation Inclusion and Arts Manager Leah Biddle took over the weekly session for a Red Nose Day yoga and street dance class.
Leah and staff from Gladstone Brookes started of the hour long session with yoga floor exercises before switching to teaching the children a short street dance routine.Read More
Nurses Jan Waugh (left) and Debbie Mercer (right) receiving the cheque
from GB’s Laura Teeling
GB has been given a massive thank you from this month’s nominated charity – The Newborn Appeal – for our donation of £690.
Spokeswoman Nadia Alsafaar said: “This is so generous of you. We couldn’t carry on doing the work we do here without the support of selfless donors like you so a massive thank you from everyone associated with the unit.”Read More
Host Craig Thomason points out some of the features of the stadium
Many of them have seen it on TV in televised rugby games, but children from St Gregory’s RC High School got to experience the real thing when they were treated to a guided tour of the Halliwell Jones Stadium, including lots of behind-the-scenes special access.
The visit was part of the on-going collaboration between Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation and staff from Gladstone Brookes to bring different experiences to pupils of St Gregory’s who have special educational needs.Read More
Cancer is a word that strikes fear into everybody’s heart, but the biggest killer in the UK is disease affecting the heart itself.
The British Heart Foundation says a staggering one in three deaths in Britain is caused by heart or circulatory disease and 2.6 million people are living with either or both conditions on a daily basis.Read More