Tag Archive for 'Aurigny'

Herm Island’s Britain In Bloom entry to be helped by Lloyds TSB staff

May 10th, 2013 by Lloyds TSB Offshore Ltd

Lloyds TSB staff will be helping Herm with its entry into Britain in Bloom’s Champion of Champions competition. In recognition of its consistently high standards in the overall Britain in Bloom competition, Herm has been nominated for the Champion of Champions category along with four other communities across the British Isles. The island’s gardening team, […]

Spectacular musical in Guernsey in September to raise money for YPG

July 24th, 2012 by Investec Bank Channel Islands Limited

A top UK show, ‘Back to Broadway’, is coming to Guernsey to raise money for local charity Young People Guernsey. The fundraiser, which is sponsored by Investec Specialist Bank, is described as the spectacular musical of musicals. The evening show will take place at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts on Friday 21 September […]

Guernsey Dairy milk cartons raise over £13000 for Les Bourgs Hospice

May 30th, 2012 by Les Bourgs Hospice

At the beginning of February 2012, milk cartons with a difference were delivered to every household in the island to raise funds for the Les Bourgs Hospice Redevelopment Appeal. The cartons were to collect loose change. 682 had been returned by the end of April 2012. So far Guernsey residents have collected more than £13,000 […]

Aurigny airline staff clean Guernsey beaches during airport closure

May 10th, 2012 by Aurigny Air Services Ltd

Aurigny employees helped keep Guernsey’s west coast beaches rubbish-free with a community beach cleaning initiative on Tuesday 8 May 2012. Due to the closure of the Guernsey Airport runway on 8 and 9 May 2012, approximately 75 staff took part in team building and community activities. “As a company we have a number of staff […]

Are the Guernsey business sector and the public service provision sector sharing the burden together?

October 7th, 2011 by Julian Winser

Is Corporate Social Responsibility just the latest management tool, or is there a demonstrable relevance for Guernsey by way of sharing the burden of social provision? I will start this by highlighting the principal differences between the two types of organisation that would be involved in the ‘sharing of the burden’ mentioned above – and […]