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Hannah’s Trekking Challenge

We're very proud of our accountant Hannah and her daughter Mollie, who will be climbing Snowdon and trekking the 26-mile Sarsen Trail to raise money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Winston's Wish. Mollie and Hannah aimed to raise £250 as a thank you to the services for their...

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How Interior Design Can Effect Patient Recovery In Hospitals

Interior design can have a massive impact on patient recovery; whether it's colour schemes or curtain fabric, visitor space or patient privacy. Key factors can be considered in the design stage to create greater patient comfort down the line. We've created a handy guide on how you can create...

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CQC Ratings – What They Are Looking For, And How You Can Improve

The CQC are an independent regulator that monitor and inspect health and social care services across the UK. The CQC aim to ensure that a compassionate and high standard of care is provided across all parts of an organisation. Springfield, Chocolate Works Care Village What are the regulations?...

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BS 5867: Flame Retardant Ratings and Regulations

The BS 5867 regulation was updated and republished in 2008. The Standard sets requirements for different ignition levels of fabrics and fabric combinations for use as curtains, drapes and window blinds – and even includes combinations of curtains and linings. The Standard assists those involved in the supply...

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The Future of Student Accommodation

The UK student housing market consists of a competition between purpose-built student accommodation and privately-owned properties. Despite a growth in students deciding to rent privately, student halls and housing continue to attract a large sum of students, and also, investments. So what’s in store for the future of...

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#NHS70: The NHS’s 70th Birthday

On the 5th of July 2018, the NHS is turning 70. The NHS was launched when in 1948, Aneurin Bevan (pictured below), a Labour politician, founded the first NHS at the Park Hospital in Manchester, today known as Trafford General Hospital. Over the last 70 years, the NHS...

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#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek – How Hospital Design Can Aid Recovery

This week we've been supporting #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. Research has shown that two-thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, this comes alongside a huge increase in the number of people being admitted to hospitals for mental health illnesses. So it's important that rooms and wards are equipped, and...

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#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek – How You Can Cope

Mental Health Awareness Week is set up by the Mental Health Foundation, and runs from the 14th to the 20th of May; and this years’ Mental Health Awareness Week is focused on stress. While stress in itself isn’t a mental health problem, it can sometimes lead to such....

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