Philip Hammond’s budget offered little help for schools, and voices of protest are growing louder.
Feb 24th 2017
Thames Valley Police alongside partner agencies are investigating the collapse of a ceiling at a school in Milton Keynes.Continue reading “Sports Hall Ceiling Collapse Injures Two” »
There has been bad press about caretakers over recent years and through our network of schools and community of caretakers, we would like to change the public perception of caretakers, for the better by sharing good practice.Continue reading “School Caretakers, improving perceptions” »
BARNSLEY Hospice patients, their families & staff have a new outdoor space to enjoy! Continue reading “December 2016 – Barnsley Hospice New IPU Garden” »
BARNSLEY Hospice is set to transform the inpatient unit garden into a tranquil and relaxing place for patients and their families.Read more in the Barnsley Chronicle We contacted Barnsley Hospice after hearing about the potential garden refurbishment project in the hope we could get involved in such a worthwhile cause. We were invited to submit a number of concept designs initially which were very well received. Following approval of the final design work has started on the transformation. watch this space!
Public Health England have updated their collection of Legionnaire’s disease guidance and statistics by adding the reported cases of Legionnaires’ disease in residents of England and Wales with onset of symptoms during 2015. Continue reading “October 2016 – Legionnaires Disease Update” »
A HUGE fire destroyed a landmark building in Barnsley town centre on Tuesday 18th. Continue reading “August 2016 – Barnsley blaze – Fire Safety” »
July is the month when we should be rewarded with fresh vegetables and ripening fruit, Continue reading “July 2016 – Things to do in the school garden in July” »
Our Grounds Maintenance teams took delivery of our new fleet of machinery this month. Continue reading “June 2016 – New fleet put to the test” »