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Diversification is a great way for heritage organisations to stay relevant, generate additional income and appeal to new audiences.
Considerations of looking after a heritage building.
Following implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25th, the UK entered into a new age of data protection.
Many charities are opting to change their business models, both for financial reasons and in order to progress. When a charity's business model changes, their exposure to risk does too.
Moving to a smaller property or downsizing your home is becoming increasingly popular in today’s straitened times.
Decluttering your home can seem like a daunting task, but our tips help you cut the clutter one step at a time.
Churches have always been the focal point of their community, a place where people could turn to for companionship and support. We’re pleased to say that community spirit is still very much in evidence today, as the inspiring entries to our church competition, ‘Reaching Out, Inviting In’ prove.
Charities admit they struggle to hire trustees, we want to promote the benefits of taking up such a challenging yet rewarding role.
Taking up this challenge can bring benefits on many levels. The overriding principle is, of course, the global issue of climate change but measures to save energy and other resources can translate into cost savings too.
Most burglaries tend to be opportunistic rather than planned. So if your home does not look secure or seems unlived in it could be at risk. Understanding what burglars look for when choosing their target will help improve your home's security.
There are potential fire risks throughout your home but by knowing where they are and what you can do to mitigate risks you can greatly reduce the likelihood of a fire.
Protecting the reputation of your charity clients.