We would love you to take part in this year’s challenge which is running from 5th June – 14th July. All you need to do is sign up your team to the Challenge, get the rest of your organisation on board and log as many journeys as possible walking, cycling, car-sharing or by public transport. You can log your
Monthly Archives / May 2017
Knowle West Health Park has been commissioned by Bristol City Council to deliver free workplace health checks in Bristol North. Pip A’Ness, Health Checks Outreach Worker: “There are two ways in which workplaces can work with us: 1. Promote the health checks being offered locally in community venues to staff via email and noticeboards. 2. Alternatively, with sufficient
Fire swept through the main farm building on the evening of Monday, March 20, 2017 causing extensive damage to the building, offices, toilets and kitchen. The fire brigade attended the fire and brought the fire under control. None of the animals were harmed. “This is a dreadful thing to happen in our 30th year –
The next Health and Safety Peer to Peer Group will be hosted by The Bristol Port Company at St. Andrew’s House, Avonmouth. Date: Weds 13th July at 09:30. Please email email@example.com if you’d like to come along.
The next Transport Forum will be on 17th May 2017. This is a valuable and informative platform bringing stakeholders together to discuss local transport challenges and opportunities. If you’re interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colleagues, friends and family from across the SevernNet Area are once again getting together in The Black Peak Challenge. The last event raised £12,500 for charitable causes, and was supported by a number of local businesses. If you’re interested in getting involved check out the information here, download the poster here or email Phil Radford
Last March, Etex Building Performance (Siniat) received an email from the BBC asking us if they would be interested in helping them with a project they were doing just across the Severn. Scott Stronach “We jumped at the chance before we even read the story of the Fairlie family from Monmouth.” “We donated all the
Do you use bore hole water for industrial use in the Portbury/Avonmouth area? One of our members who abstracts water from two bore holes locally is looking to improve the quality of the abstracted water. They would like to share practice and experience with others using bore holes across the area. Please email Kate Royston
Locally based business Nisbets (Catering equipment supplier), has been awarded a highly prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise, for International Trade. Originally formed in Bristol in 1983, Nisbets trades in 100 countries worldwide and has direct sales operations in 9 territories including Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Spain and Australia and 35 retail outlets around the world.