Last week Steven Thomson, from our Eastbourne office, competed in his first major race of the triathlon season representing, Great Britain in the European Triathlon Championships (Swim 1.5km, Cycle 40km, Run 10km).
Plummer Parsons has been made aware of another attempt to obtain your personal details. The scammers are trying their hardest to appear believable and encourage you to part with your personal information but PLEASE DO NOT GIVE OUT ANY INFORMATION.
It's rugby, but not as we know it. On Monday evening, a group of game gentlemen gathered together to engage in a session of Touch Rugby organised by Eastbourne based solicitors, Gaby Hardwicke. Our very own Ian Killick was a keen participant and, along with his fellow professionals, came through the evening unscathed.
2012 Bank holidays have now been announced. The usual May bank holiday at the end of May has been moved to 4th June and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Holiday is 5th June. The idea is to enable a four day weekend of events.
Plummer Parsons stoolball team made their debut in Division 3 of the Eastbourne Red Triangle Stoolball League with two tough opening matches facing opposition from two teams who came down from Division 2.
Well done to Kerry Coates who has successfully completed all her payroll exams and has added Advanced Professional Diploma in Payroll Management to her Diploma in Payroll Supervision. This means that Kerry is now a fully qualified Payroll Manager.
Plummer Parsons are proud to be the first accountants to sign up to the Active Travel challenge for Eastbourne & Hastings organisations. It is a corporate challenge designed to get people moving more – walking, running and cycling.
Plummer Parsons Chartered Accountants have introduced three new Managers into their teams at the Eastbourne & Hailsham offices, they are Julia Carty and Emma Mercer based at Eastbourne and Sardul Kafle at Hailsham.
Congratulations to Sadie Mason, Chief Executive of Active Sussex who was recently appointed to the board of Sport England. She was one of six new members who were invited to join the main board by the Minister for Sport and the Olympics, Hugh Robertson MP.
On a sunny warm evening PP lined up for their crucial game v Roselands. Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances Phil had to drop out at the last minute and was last seen clearing up sick from the kitchen floor courtesy of his son!
The colour car you drive actually says a lot about who you are to your friends, family, co-workers, potential dates and clients. There is some indication that the colour car you drive can have as much impact on that “first impression” as the make and model.
For those of you that didn't realise, the photo competition (open to clients and staff) has now become 'serious'. Up for grabs, is not only the kudos for winning such a prestigious competition, but also a bottle of bubbly.
For those of you that were considering your options of how to become a millionaire, we would suggest that a £40million heist like the one carried out in Mayfair recently is definitely not the way forward.
PP won the toss and elected to field first, putting the Wombles in to bat. With some excellent bowling from the men, Steve T (Shortie) took 3 wickets for 6 runs from 2 overs, and the skipper Phil Harper, taking 3-12 from his three overs.