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The Corps aims to help young people towards responsible adulthood by encouraging valuable personal attributes and high standards of conduct, using a nautical theme based on the customs of the Royal Navy. For boy between the ages of 10-12 years. The Corps aims to help young people towards responsible adulthood by..
If you would like to meet new friends and take up new interests in a relaxed atmosphere, then why not join Springfield Ladies Club? Open to all women over the age of 18 years. Weekly meetings every Thursday. Activities include talks on a wide variety of subjects, demonstrations of crafts of..
South Yorkshire finance firm Lifetime is delighted to announce the exciting news that we have acquired a new office! The building, formally owned by the Brook Group, is handily located adjacent to our current home at Lifetime House - and will help with the continued expansion of the company. Lifetime is committed to making the client experience one of our priorities. It is hoped that the new office will mean we now have the ability to create further client meeting facilities at our Great Cliffe Court..
Saint Catherine’s Hospice in Scarborough is the latest beneficiary of the generous hospice referral scheme from Barnsley-based financial management company Lifetime. Lifetime has set up a scheme whereby it donates 10% of fees generated on new accounts to a hospice chosen by the person who referred them the business. Saint Catherine’s has received a cheque for £131 (see picture) after the company received a referral from a Scarborough client who wanted their local hospice to benefit. It was handed over to the hospice’s Director of Funding Development, David Marshall, by Lifetime Relationship Manager Janette Town, who has a number of clients in the North Yorkshire seaside town. A delighted Mr Marshall said: “This is a very generous scheme by Lifetime and it is great that hospices all over the country will benefit,..
Sixty-one per cent of adults in the UK do not have a current will. And the main reason why? Those people 'have just not got round to it'. That's according to research carried out on behalf of Standard Life. And one of the most worrying aspects of the survey is that the 'just not got round to it' statement was given by over half of those aged between 55 and 64. Now having a will is important for everyone, whatever their status, but in particular it should be classed as a priority for the group of..
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Want hair extensions but cannot afford to pay out all in one go? As Christmas is getting ever closer, Z3N Hair Design + Beauty is offering you to pay for your hair extensions in installments. Just choose when you would like your hair extensions fitted and...