Bingham Entrepreneur Launches Log Cabin and Home Offices Website

Bingham Entrepreneur Launches Log Cabin and Home Offices Website

Bingham Entrepreneur Launches Log Cabin Website as Home Worker Numbers Reach New High Bingham businessman Steven Turner has today launched a new website selling log cabins and home garden offices. Steven noticed that there has been a big rise in the number of people in Bingham as well as UK-wide who are working from home, either full-time or part-time. According to the Guardian website, the proportion of people working from home has reached a record high of 13.9% of all those in work in the UK! Steven commented, “Whereas some people might just set their home office up in a bedroom or living room, others like to get outside the house so they separate their home and work life. Log cabin offices can be set-up quickly and at a low cost even in the smallest garden. They can easily be serviced with a power extension cable and a wifi connection” The website address is www.uniquelogcabins.co.uk  – here you can find a great range of garden offices as well as log cabins and summerhouses to use for leisure purposes. Log Cabin Prices Log cabin prices start from as low as £1,000 although the largest garden office has a price tag of nearly £14,000. For that money you get a building that is 5m by 6m and has lockable doors, windows and soundproofing. Even the top-of-the-range log cabin offices have a much lower cost than the smallest built extension to your home. In nearly all cases, log cabins do not require planning permission and can be erected in a few days either using the professional Unique Log Cabins installation team on...
Emma Mc Clarkin MEP: East Midlands Press Release: EU referendum result

Emma Mc Clarkin MEP: East Midlands Press Release: EU referendum result

Emma McClarkin, Conservative MEP for the East Midlands, has reacted to the result of the British EU Referendum. Emma said: “A new day has dawned for the British people. The destiny of our great country is in our hands. Britain will now be a freer, more democratic and prosperous country. Our future today is bright. Having campaigned for a Leave vote, I am naturally absolutely delighted that, against all the odds, the force of our arguments has cut through and resonated with a majority of the British people. I hope that those in the remain campaign will now accept the result as the settled will of the British people, and work positively to help ensure a swift, orderly and friendly exit from the EU for the United Kingdom. “We must now all work in the national interest and it is now up to us as politicians to deliver the will of the British people. I look forward to helping out in any way I can in the days months and years...
Andrew Lewer MBE MEP – Exit Result Reaction

Andrew Lewer MBE MEP – Exit Result Reaction

ANDREW LEWER MBE MEP I welcome the UK’s – and in particular the East Midlands’ – truly remarkable and historic decision to leave the European Union. It seems a long time since I carefully weighed up the remain and leave arguments and decided “on balance” to vote and campaign against staying in the EU. There’s no doubt the outcome has come as a shock to many – not least the financial markets. It is important that we act carefully and reasonably to plan and negotiate our exit. I do not believe the “Leave” vote means we are turning our back on our European neighbours. Rather, we have chosen to take control our own destiny and reject the ever-closer union that was the EU project. I believe we can maintain and secure mutually beneficial relationships across Europe and beyond to strengthen trade, education, and cultural opportunities. We do not leave the EU today, there is a long period of careful negotiation ahead. The fundamentals of the British economy are strong. We continue to be a tolerant society, including to those who have come to work here and make their lives here. David Cameron was right to give the country the chance to have its say over our continuing membership of the EU. He has shown extraordinary leadership over the last six years. It is sad to see him announce he is stepping down but statesmanlike of him to postpone that to help to ensure there is a period of calm and stability. I will continue to work hard as a Conservative East Midlands MEP to support the exit negotiations, to...
Summer scholarships now being awarded for Nottinghamshire day camps

Summer scholarships now being awarded for Nottinghamshire day camps

Nottinghamshire YMCA launched its scholarship programme to ensure its day camps can be experienced by even more children and teenagers from across our county. From bases in Kimberley and West Bridgford, YMCA day camps are the perfect environment for children to learn, grow and have fun this summer. YMCA day camps have been specially developed for 4 – 15 year olds and offer a wide range of educational activities, sports and creative workshops hosted by experienced and enthusiastic camp leaders. “Camp Williams provides a safe and fun environment lead by great role models for children to experience new activities and make lifelong friends. At Nottinghamshire YMCA, we are extremely proud of our camp offering and we work hard to increase the variety at our camps so that children can experience something new every time they attend.” – Todd Cauthorn, Operations Manager for Families, Children and Young People at Nottinghamshire YMCA Nottinghamshire YMCA offers scholarship contributions towards camp for children who receive free school meals. What’s more, to make the camps even more accessible there’s a free bus service. Childcare vouchers can also be used to secure bookings. Trying something new can be daunting, so this summer Nottinghamshire YMCA has also launched a competition for campers to bring their best friend to their newest site; Camp Williams, free of charge. All entries must be submitted by Tuesday 28 June. Visit the YMCA day camps facebook page for more information. Day camp dates and locations for Summer 2016; · Summer holiday dates: week days from 25th July – 1st September · YMCA Camp Williams is at The Nottingham Emmanuel School, West...