Research shows that the UK spent over £200 million on Christmas Cards in 2018, which is higher than anywhere in the world. Once Christmas is over, one billion of those cards end up in landfill because they can’t be recycled.*
Did you know more than six million people visit Bali each year? They have a great holiday, see a few sights and go home refreshed. But how much do they really learn about the Indonesian culture, or how fantastic, and warm and welcoming the people are?
An exciting opportunity has emerged to support the start-up of new international programmes. This is a high profile programme supporting existing and new programmes around the world. The Programme Manager is the key person responsible for the successful managing of the new SwimTayka programmes.
If you stayed around for the last wave of the Henley Swim Festival mile swim, you would have seen Bryan from SwimTayka swimming with his dog a black labrador named Poppy. This is the first time that a dog has completed the Henley Mile and the crowds certainly came out in force to cheer her on.
Avoiding ferries and tug boats, six swimmers tackled the 21-mile stretch of water to raise money for drowning prevention project.