Gladstone Brookes combined two charity events in one with the presentation of a cheque for £805 to Sport Relief and a Disability Awareness Day with children from St Paul Of The Cross Primary School, Burtonwood.
Blog Category: Gladstone Brookes
Jon Laurie Horley is ecstatic with the £11,718.96± PPI compensation Gladstone Brookes have been able to recover for her, particularly as she was told previously that her claim had no chance of success.
“What a result,” she says. “I had no idea I was owed so much money. When I first made enquiries about making a claim I was told there would be nothing to come back, but then I saw the advert for Gladstone Brookes and decided to give them a try. Oh boy am I glad I did!”Read More
It’s taken a year of planning, months of preparation and thousands of miles of training but Adrian Derbyshire is now ready for the off. Ahead of him lies a 1,000 mile plus marathon around Britain by hand trike to promote his Stop Hate campaign to schoolchildren and students.
First on the list is The King’s School in Macclesfield which means Adrian will be doing the equivalent of two marathons in a single day – one from his home in Warrington to the school and the other on the way back.Read More
Are the public still interested in reading about banking scandals? After the latest story breaking about the Treasury Select Committee’s investigation into manipulation of the foreign exchange markets I do wonder. It does seem a little harder this morning to dust off the keyboard and give my opinion on what seems to be a recurring story.
Year 6 pupils at Park Road Community Primary School, Great Sankey, had six new teachers for the day courtesy of Gladstone Brookes.
The school was the latest venue for the Disability Awareness Project being run jointly by GB and the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation. Designed to improve awareness of disability and the different ways it affects people lives, the scheme uses sport to demonstrate how mobility, blindness, and problems with communication affect the lives of thousands of people on a daily basis.Read More
Gladstone Brookes has joined Warrington Wolves Foundation in taking their Disability Awareness project into Warrington’s schools.
Cancer – the very word strikes fear into the heart.
The statistics say one in three of us will get cancer of some kind in our lives. An increasing number of us will survive, but many of us won’t.Read More
Our Disability Awareness training scheme stepped up a level when Kathryn Bennett and Phil Bell took an active part in the training of a team of Sainsburys’ staff at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Both Kathryn and Phil had already been through the initial training with Danny O’Brien from the Wolves Charitable Foundation along with more than 100 of their colleagues.Read More
Retired nurse Joan Anderson from Stirling in Scotland was convinced she had never taken out payment protection insurance on any finance she took on.
“It’s just something I don’t do. I never take extended warranties or anything like that,” she says.
Gladstone Brookes has launched its own staff pension scheme, but with a twist.
Instead of simply doing what the Pensions Regulator has instructed, the company has used the launch of the new scheme as an opportunity to support their staff in their future financial planning.