Music to celebrate Halloween

Halloween is an annual holiday celebrated each year on October 31.  Its origins come from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.  At this festival, people would light fires and wear costumes to allegedly ward off ghosts. By the eighth century, […]

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GCSE Results

GCSE Results Day

Today across the UK, around half a million pupils collected their GCSE results.    A year ago the new grading by numbers systems was introduced for Maths, English language and English literature.  This year a further 20 subjects have been graded […]

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Keeping up with Technology

It’s fairly safe to say that pretty much any business today needs to keep up with the constant advances in technology.  Whether you are equipping a field sales team with tablets and mobile phones or in charge of a fleet […]

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