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Wessex Charity Awards - Results

The stars of the region’s charities and not-for-profit organisations received their prestigious awards for their incredible efforts and vital contribution to the local community at the recent Wessex Charity Awards 2010 gala dinner at the Winchester Guildhall. Charities and businesses from across the region attended the Awards. Heart-warming films of the exceptional work being undertaken in the region by the fifteen finalists were shown to the 300 guests who included The High Sherriff of Hampshire, The Mayor and Mayoress of Winches...

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The Importance of Making a Will - a simple guide to intestacy

When a person dies without having left a valid will, he or she is said to have died “intestate”. The law sets out the rules which apply in that situation, and the following is a simple guide following some recent changes... The above shows that not having a will can mean that your estate can end up with distant relatives that you would not expect to benefit. In addition, intestacy causes significant problems for those you leave behind. It is therefore as important as ever to make a will. Please contact us if you require advic...

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Finalists announced for Wessex Charity Awards

The finalists have been announced for the Wessex Charity Awards, including the category sponsored by Rothmans, the Trustee Board of the Year. The three shortlisted charities in this category are: Brainstrust Community First, New Forest Winchester Churches Nightshelter The award will be presented by Rothmans at the glittering Gala Dinner and Awards ceremony on Thursday 30 September in front of 300 guests at The Winchester Guildhall. Debbie Thrower, the popular TV presenter, will introduce the finalists and announce the wi...

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Rothmans sponsors Golf Day in aid of KIDS Charity

Rothmans has joined forces with solicitors Verisona and other local businesses to sponsor a Golf Day at Rowlands Castle Golf Club on Thursday 30th September 2010 in aid of the charity KIDS. Rothmans will be entering a number of teams and encouraging clients, business partners and friends to enter as well. The format will be teams of four; Stableford full handicap (max men 24, ladies 28) with best 3 scores from 4 to count. There will be team and individual prizes. More details are available here. KIDS Charity enables disabled kids and thei...

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Rothmans Winchester gets baking for Naomi House

Staff at Rothmans Winchester recently held a fundraising tea party in aid of local children’s hospice, Naomi House. Organised by receptionists Yvonne and Charlotte, the tea party raised £106 for the charity that provides support to children and young people with conditions that mean they are unlikely to live to become adults. Members of staff brought in cakes, and then staff, clients and visitors congregated in the kitchen at 3pm to enjoy a cuppa and cake for a donation. Naomi House provides care to families living in communities...

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HSBC Economist Outlines Prospects for UK Economy at Rothmans and HSBC Event

In a presentation to 150 Solent business people, Mark Berrisford-Smith, HSBC’s Senior UK Economist, recently outlined the prospects for the UK economy. Speaking at an event that was co-sponsored by HSBC and Rothmans, Mr Berrisford-Smith told his audience that a steady recovery was likely but that it would be 2013 before the economy was back to the size it had been at the start of 2008. The event was co-chaired by Rothmans Partner Andrew Bennett and HSBC’s Area Commercial Director Simon Smith, and held at the Solent Hotel in Whiteley...

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