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News - 28/08/14

Our series of monthly roundtables kick off again in September after the summer break.

On the evening of Tuesday, 16th September, Richard Russell the Director of Policy & Research at Arts Council England will speak at our September roundtable.

He will speak about ‘How the arts create value and impact on society’.

News - 22/08/14

Bedford has been crowned the UK's most generous town, according to data gathered by the charity fundraising website JustGiving.

JustGiving compiled its list based on the number of givers and the amount donated in relation to populations. The data reflects donations made through their website, and so doesn't take into account other charity donations made by people - such as putting cash in collections, making payments via direct debits and standing orders.

News - 14/08/14

The illegal trade in ivory, rhino horn and tiger bone is never far away from our news coverage. Whilst products made from these items are increasingly socially unacceptable in this country, in some countries they are regarded as a symbol of social status.

News - 08/08/14

World-beating athletes, incredible crowds and volunteers were hailed as helping to make the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games ‘the best games ever’.

News - 08/08/14

Our new report is already resonating with business leaders with downloads being made each day since the report’s launch back in June and organisations wanting to talk to us about how we can help them achieve a sustainable future.

The Reason report seeks to capture the current best available evidence on the probable future and is designed to help inform thinking on business strategies to achieve sustainable success.

News - 01/08/14

July has been the hottest month since records began in 1914, according to Met Office figures.

But recent reports are now saying that August is going to be one of the hottest ever, with temperatures set to reach 100F. Boiling temperatures coming over from the continent and Africa are apparently going to create the hottest summer here for more than 300 years.

Weather forecasters are suggesting that August will start off cooler than July, but that it will then heat up to super-hot status.