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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Style: Three Summer Dresses


Well the Spring heatwave came early this year before I'd even sorted out my Spring and Summer wear.  Thankfully Fashion World came to the rescue and asked me to choose and review a couple of women's dresses.  Take a look at these three ladies dresses for summer:
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Throwing A Party For Your Employees



From time to time, you might find that there is cause to celebrate with your employees. This could be due to a particularly good stretch of sales, or it might just be that you want to hold an annual summer or Christmas event. In any case, it is a great idea, and something that can be really effective in drawing people together. If you get it right it can boost morale and make the team considerably stronger when they are back at work, and if nothing else it is a perfect opportunity to allow your colleagues and employees to let their hair down and have a little fun. In this article, we are going to look at some of the things to consider if you are going to throw a party for your employees. Don’t overlook these, and you will have a great event on your hands.
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Saturday, 16 June 2018

Tech Savvy Millennial Employees Think They Are Safe Online But Research Shows This Couldn't Be Further From The Truth


  
We live in a world where pen and paper is becoming increasingly archaic and the majority of us now run successful businesses from telephones and computers with much of our data being stored in the cloudTechnology has infiltrated every aspect our business lives for the simple reason that productivity equates to profit and the internet more often than not, serves our every day needs – quickly and efficiently.  
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Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Top Deals from the Tesco Direct Closing Down Sale



Tesco Direct is sadly closing on 9th July 2018.  On a positive note this means that if you were about to make a large purchase there are savings to be made.  I've spent some time finding the best offers so you can grab a bargain before they close.  My top tip is to look out for items sold by Tesco as items sold by other suppliers will still be available so they have no need to reduce them.  Take a look in their clearance section to save up to half price and check out my top picks of the special offers below:
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Snapshots: Made in Milford Exhibition and Milford Town Band's Brass on the Grass


All this week in Milford Haven we have been celebrating Milford Haven Founder's Day.  The town of Milford Haven was founded in 1793 by Sir William Hamilton after Sir William Hamilton obtained an Act of Parliament in 1790 to establish the port at Milford.  Hamilton first invited Quaker whalers from Nantucket to live here, and then, in 1797, he instructed the Navy Board to create a dockyard for building warships.  Founder's Day is always celebrated on the closest Saturday to June 9th.  At one point the occasion was made biennially but now it's back to every year.  I will always remember the bicentenary Founder's Day celebrations in 1990- every school pupil received a commemorative mug and all the schools were very involved in the events.  I miss the Founder's Day ceremony that used to take place in the Memorial Gardens- it was the only day of they year we got to sing our town anthem and sadly as I haven't sang it for a number of years (not since Danny was little) I find it hard to recall.
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