It was smiles all round when CJAM’s Lucy Mitchell took up her new role at the Colchester-based marketing and association management agency.
Tracey Bleakley has been appointed the new Chief Executive of Hospice UK, the national hospice charity which supports and champions the work of more than 200 hospice care providers across the country.
CJAM will be bringing its expertise in marketing and online communications to Harnessing the Web 2015 – the UK’s biggest sell-out conference for senior association and membership professionals.
A BROMSGROVE hotel has adopted the Stroke Association as its charity of the year for the third consecutive year. The Hilton Hotel in Birmingham Road has once again adopted the charity, which has its national headquarters – the Life After Stroke Centre – in Church Road, Bromsgrove. If you would like to read more, please…
As the euphoria of Great Britain’s Davis Cup triumph last weekend begins to subside, the Lawn Tennis Association yesterday brought in a new head of performance in Peter Keen, the former head of British cycling. The appointment, how-ever, is only on an interim basis.
Hundreds of women officers from around the world have marched through Cardiff to celebrate 100 years of policewomen.
The UK’s former Olympian Sebastian Coe has been elected as president of the athletics governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations.
The British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) has announced that it has closed and that some of its functions have transferred to children’s charity and adoption and fostering agency, Coram, and to a new entity, CoramBAAF Adoption & Fostering Academy.
Bob Brett’s short tenure as the Lawn Tennis Association director of player development is over.
The Association of Robotic Milkers (ARM) is a new offshoot of the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF), aiming to give farmers focused on this relatively new sector a collective voice.