Enjoy Christmas With the Children in La Plagne

Enjoy Christmas With the Children in La Plagne

Christmas decorations have started to appear in the shops, meaning that now’s the time to start preparations for the festive period (especially if you have little ones!). If you want to treat the family to a special Christmas and something a little different this year, then I highly recommend spending the holidays in the snowy La Plagne. Chalets serve as fan-tastic holiday havens, and there are many cosy and family-friendly ones to choose from. Additionally, the resort is always transformed into a winter wonderland. What could be better than a magical white Christmas?
I adore the holiday season in La Plagne, and families always seem to have an unforget-table celebration. Here is what you can expect over the Christmas period.

 

Atmosphere

It is impossible not to get caught up in festive excitement, as everybody is on their holiday and the entire area looks like something out of a Christmas film! This creates an electric atmosphere that simply cannot be matched back at home.

Decorations

Christmas decorations and lights are placed all over the resort, transforming the area and creating a festive vibe. There is also a gigantic Christmas tree in the centre, which will take your breath away.

Skiing

Skiing in La Plagne is an absolute must, and you can even do this on Christmas Day. It is a great way to get some exercise before indulging the rest of the day! The ski lifts and schools operate as normal, but there’s a unique atmosphere in the air. Be sure to look out for skiing Santas!

Christmas Events

La Plagne has many cheerful Christmas events that the whole family can enjoy. Im-merse yourself in the festivities by checking out a fun play or show, or spend time trawl-ing the bustling Christmas markets. Here you can discover all kinds of great gifts or find something tasty to eat.

Santa Visits

No Christmas is complete without seeing jolly old Saint Nick, and he always stops by on his sleigh to visit the kids and bring plenty of festive cheer (and presents, of course!).

Fireworks and Street Parades

Another reason that the atmosphere is so spirited is because wonderful street parades take place around La Plagne. These colourful, lively and often musical parades really unite the village and bring people together. There are also brilliant firework displays that are set against the stunning backdrop of the Alps and the twinkling blanket of stars above.

Restaurants

Need another fantastic motive for coming for Christmas? You don’t have to cook or wash up! Simply book a table at one of the many terrific restaurants, which have special festive menus with traditional dishes and all the trimmings. If you want to enjoy Christmas dinner at a restaurant, be sure to book in advance.

It gets better: the cosy accommodation is perfect for a snug Christmas in La Plagne. Chalet catering is available as well, which is convenient if you want to take a break from cooking and have all of your food taken care of.

Gifts

Whilst you may be able to find a few presents at the markets and around town, it is im-portant to be aware that the shops are quite limited, so it is best to bring your big presents with you.

Insurance and Driver’s License for Courier Workers

Insurance and Driver’s License for Courier Workers

Most responsible people who earn a living from a courier job will have some form of insurance coverage.
Some may be mandatory (such as third party vehicle cover) but other components may be strongly recommended for your own protection – such as carriage of goods and professional indemnity protection.

Insurance and Driver’s License for Courier Workers

However, it may be easier than you think to risk it.

Tenants Basic Insurance

It is often overlooked that many insurance policies can become invalid (thus giving fewer covers) under one of four general circumstances: • You failed to make a material materially important statement when you took out the cover. This is sometimes called ‘cheat apps’. • You have not complied with the policy requirements (eg mandatory requirements to notify your provider of changing circumstances). • The reason your claim arises as a result of your engagement in a criminal activity. • You do not comply with laws relating to your activities.

Reality

There are some circumstances that can make you face a big bill, without the support of your existing insurance policy. Take, for example, driving with an expired SIM. If this is not renewed when necessary, some form of cover of your insurance may become null and void. So if your vehicle is then damaged in an expensive accident, your insurance may not cover you.

Another example may arise if you fail to state a medical condition that has an impact on your driving ability. This not only becomes your cover insurance issue, but it can also cause your problem from a legal standpoint.

The final and classic scenario is when a person starts working on a courier job using their own vehicle. It is important to realize that, by operating your car or van to ‘hire or reward’, you can automatically cancel personal covers that you may have in a vehicle. Insurance and Driver’s License for Courier Workers

Keeping on top of everything

In many cases where worker employment insurance is inadvertently invalid, it arises from lack of awareness.

Some people are quite relaxed to renew their driving license and others consider it possible to start using their own vehicles for courier work without taking on certain commercial covers.

While true insurance can be tricky, there is little reason to make such a mistake. Most insurance providers are more than happy to answer questions and clarify where you might need to do things differently to keep your cover on.

So it’s important to be careful in checking regularly of all your current documents and nothing has changed since you completed the policy application form first.

If you want to rest easily at night knowing that you are fully and securely fulfilling your messenger work activities, we recommend that you review quickly with your insurer.

Norman Dulwich is the correspondent for the Courier Exchange, the world’s largest neutral trading center for the same day courier work in the express goods exchange industry. More than 4,000 transport exchange businesses are combined through their websites, trading jobs and capacity in a secure ‘wholesale’ environment. Insurance and Driver’s License for Courier Workers

Ready for the Road: The World’s Most Epic Motorcycling Routes

Ready for the Road: The World’s Most Epic Motorcycling Routes

Is there anything quite like seeing the world glide by from behind your motorcycle helmet visor? Nothing but you, your buddies and the open road. The unbelievable rush of roaring along Route 66 at a tidy 75 mph beats a lazy beach holiday any day of the week.
For the ultimate rush of a roadtrip with just your bike, backpack and the road, give one of these epic adventure routes a go.

 

Route 66, USA

The mother of all road trips, this 3,939km route starts in Chicago and cuts through the country all the way to LA. Depending on how much time you have and what interests you the most, you could either drive a section of it or go the whole hog (on your hog!) and see the whole thing. It winds through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, and doing the whole shebang would take 3 to 4 weeks according to seasoned bikers who’ve lived the legend.

With our USA travel insurance, you’ll be covered for as much of the journey as you take. Spend some more time getting to know (and win big in!) Vegas, experiencing Death Valley and admiring the Grand Canyon.

The South Island, New Zealand

This stretch of land is just breath-taking. Expect to see awe-inspiring landscapes, forests, fjords, mountains and beaches along the way. The other-worldliness of the backdrop to much of the Lord of the Rings movies will be amazing to drive along to. Other bonuses of this route include the lightness of the traffic, the smooth tarmac road surfaces, and the incredible scenery really must be mentioned again.

Stop and enjoy the Franz Josef Glacier, revisit civilisation in the city of Nelson, relax on the shores of Lake Mapourika and visit the Aspiring National Park. These are just a few attractions on the 2,100km stretch of road.

The Transalpine Route, France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy

If staying closer to home with the added bonus of bringing you bike without a huge amount of effort, this is the route for you. Starting in Grenoble in France and winding 2,400km all the way through the Alps to end in Venice, Italy, you’ve got a couple of options when it comes to traversing the Alps with more easy routes right up to a couple of more challenging ones. Expect spectacular mountain landscapes, steep gradients and a hell of a lot of tunnels, bridges and viaducts. Don’t forget to bring a load of loose change for the tolls, and don’t miss out on the climb to the Stelvio pass!

Ruta 40, Argentina

At 5,301km this is one of the world’s longest roads. It starts in Cabo Virgenes in Santa Cruz and snakes its way up to Quiaca in Jujuy, with gorgeous views the whole way along the route which runs beside the Andes. This route cuts through or drives by a whopping 20 National Parks! With incredible scenery on offer as well as the chance to ride from the South to the North of this huge country, this route is rightly popular.

Whether you opt for New Zealand, the Alps, Argentina or the USA, travel insurance by Let’s Go Insure gives you the cover you need to make the most of your roadtrip without stress.

Drive carefully and to drive safely, keep to the speed limit. Always have the necessary documentation and safety gear at hand.

French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

River Marne has inspired artists, such as Cézanne and Pissarro, for many years, and continues to inspire everyone who meets today. Barging vacations in France are an ideal way to experience the rich history of Marne, as well as learn more about technical accomplishments that help make it an important trade route across the country. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River
To the Seine: The River Marne Basics

The French waterway is 514 kilometers long and starts in the Langres highlands. The river headed west, joining the famous Seine Seine in the upper reaches of Paris. On its way through the French countryside, Marne passes through a captivating location like Meaux – famous for its ‘Prince of Cheese’ brie – and Jouarre village, home to a stunning 12th century Benedictine monastery. Along with its centuries-old heritage, this French region has an impressive wine-growing tradition. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

The oldest lotus in France?

The Canal de Cornillon at Meaux was built about 800 years ago at the beginning of the 13th century. This canal is the oldest in France and built as a 500m short cut, bypassing a very generous watering river. In the nineteenth century, Marne became an important trade route, connecting Paris with the eastern rivers, therefore many lateral canals were built to aid its navigation. The most impressive canal is the 64-kilometer Canal latéal à la Marne, which handles a height difference of over 30 meters with 15 keys.

What to Look For in Barge Vacations in France

If you are lucky enough to sail along Marne during your barge vacation in France, there are some sites you should not miss. The countryside around the river was very important in the second world war. In fact, Château-Thierry – best known for its multiple war graves and warnings – is at the center of the last German attack on WW1. Visit the funeral that runs in Belleau Wood, which was established in honor of the 4th Marine Brigade of the 2nd Army Division of the U.S. The remains of the nearby trenches and shell holes serve as a visual reminder of the battles that occurred in this area.

With a lighter note, you should visit the delightful city of Epernay – the Champagne capital (the drink!). The famous Avenue de Champagne is lined with impressive mansions and is home to the region’s most prestigious wine producers, if not the world. You’ll find people like Moët et Chandon, Mercier, Veuve Clicquot, Pol Roger and de Castellane. As you roam around town remember that over 200 underground cave miles are under your feet. Sprinkled with some of the world’s most whiny bubbly, some of these cellars are open for tours, a wonderful introduction to the Champagne magic world.

Perhaps this glimpse of Marne River culture and history has encouraged you to venture into its waters for the next barge vacation in France. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

Paul Newman is a Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider if you are looking for a complete luxury barge vacation in France or other great destinations. Part of an experienced barge team, Paul first queued to support a slow-paced barging cruise facility for anyone looking for a unique holiday experience. French Cruise Secrets: Marne River

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands wildlife is the most unique species in the world. At that time in the archipelago, off the coast of South America, the naturalist Charles Darwin based his research which later became his “Theory of Evolution”.
Currently the archipelago is a popular place for ecotourism, with wildlife cruises in the Galapagos often sitting at the top of the list of nature lovers desires. However, apart from – and, in some cases, because – the remote geographic position of the island, many species face a serious threat to their survival, and some are extinct. Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

The ground birds in the archipelago are a declining group, the most prominent being the Finches Darwin (which are actually 15 separate species) – so named as their “light bulbs” in Darwin’s theory of natural selection. Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

Saving the Land Bird

The Charles Darwin Research Institute (CDRI) in Santa Cruz, is a site that is in the travel plans of every wildlife voyage in the Galapagos. Their precious works are essential to the preservation of wildlife archipelago, and one of their many projects is focused on controlling the parasitic flies endangering Finches Darwin.

Philornis Downsi is an introduced species, whose larvae live and eat children from finch chicks, causing many to die in their nests. Ectoparasites are also believed to be responsible for the decline of other poultry species.

Philornis Project

Research conducted by CDRI begins with attempts to enlarge the Philornis larvae downsi in the laboratory, without the help of a poultry host. This difficult task is achieved for the first time by a dedicated undergraduate thesis student, although increasing the number of flies in large quantities required for research purposes continues to cause problems.

Researchers from the CDRI went to Panama to observe the work of the Missile Defensive Maintenance Program, where millions of “sterile” flies were produced regularly to help the project to eradicate invasive caterpillars. The researchers can transfer what they get from this very successful project and apply it to very positive results.

Although CDRI flies are bred in greater numbers because of the team’s achievements to improve some of Panama’s project techniques, making flies into regular marriage still proves a challenge. However, there is a large and dedicated team working on this project, and they are confident they will reach a solution.

Learning more about fly biology is essential for the next step in the program to develop successful methods for controlling the numbers. Once a regular breeding program is conducted, research on flies management effectively will provide a major step forward in the conservation of the domestic birds.

Small Project Makes a Big Difference

For anyone planning a wildlife voyage in the Galapagos, understanding CDR’s vital work will offer greater insight into this incredible world and the challenges it faces. The ongoing Philornis project is just one example of how seemingly small conservation projects have the potential to make a big difference to the archipelagic ecology.

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

The Anatomy of an Archipelago

The Anatomy of an Archipelago

For anyone with an interest in natural history, the group of islands collectively known as the Galapagos Archipelago is one of the most fascinating places on the planet. The region is renowned for its unique wildlife and the vital role it played in naturalist Charles Darwin’s research, from which he developed his revolutionary Theory of Evolution.
While the majority of visitors on guided Galapagos holidays arrive to experience a close encounter with the iconic wildlife, learning a little of the area’s geologic history can enrich the experience even beyond expectation.

 

The Anatomy of an Archipelago

The most common way for an archipelago to form is through constant volcanic activity. (They can also form from continental islands, due to erosion or evaporation of water.) Volcanic archipelagos can form in the ocean and in rivers or lakes as they erupt on beneath the surface of the water. When oceanic, the resulting land masses are known as an “island arc”. In many cases this forms as a result of a “hot spot”, in which parts of the Earth’s crust (tectonic plates) continually shift and create friction.

Where two tectonic plates meet and create a hot spot, magma (red-hot molten rock) can push through the sea floor to create an underwater volcano. As tectonic plates continue to shift over the hot spot, the constant eruptions cause lava to build up and up over millions of years until they emerge from the surface of the ocean to create an island.

In some cases, activity ceases when the tectonic plate eventually moves away from the hot spot. But in others, for example in Hawaii and Japan, the island chains continue to evolve, with many of the volcanoes still active today.

The Geology of Galapagos

The Galapagos Archipelago was formed through the repeated movement of the Nazca tectonic plate over millions of years. As it took place over such a long time period, the eastern islands in the chain are actually millions of years older than some of those in the west. The younger ones, like Isabela and Fernandina, for example, are thought to only be around a few hundred thousand years old, and are still in formation today. Some of the older ones, like San Cristobal and Espanola, may be up to five million years old – still relatively young in the history of the world. With the exception of Isabela (which, as the largest, is made up of six), each island was formed from a single volcano.

Due to their volcanic nature, most of the islands in the chain have a similar conical appearance, but they range from those with very low, gentle slopes to some that soar steeply more than 5,000 feet above sea level. It is this varied of topography that has created the astonishing diversity of habitat that supports the magnificent array of unique wildlife – much of which is endemic.

Discover a Unique Region on Galapagos Holidays

The geology and ecology of this isolated island chain make it one of the most unique places in the world. For those who want to learn more, organised small group Galapagos holidays provide the opportunity to explore this rich, bio-diverse part of the planet in an intimate, educational and truly memorable way.

What Can We Offer to The Most Prestigious Bar Company

What Can We Offer to The Most Prestigious Bar Company

Those who previously did not have to make a big challenge to fix a bar can easily underestimate how far the requirements of different parties are. We certainly do not believe in the ‘one size fits all’ approach to our Bar Furniture inventory or related services we provide in Design & Contract Furniture.
This has obvious implications for a more exclusive bar business in the UK that might turn to us. Whether you have the most appropriate requirement for individual pieces of bar furniture such as bar stools and tables, or instead wants us to help you closely with your complete reshuffle of places, Design & Contracts can help.

What Can We Offer to The Most Prestigious Bar Company

The extraordinary bar needs a great approach

To gain a fuller appreciation of the level of help we can provide at the establishment of your prestigious bar, you may see individual items as we have provided in the past as Asolo benches with chrome frames and leather seats, or unashamedly . The contemporary Bull SG002 is composed of steel frame and polyurethane shell. It is also suitable for outdoor use.

Alternatively, you may be interested to learn more about the experiences of many high-end places that have long been looking for our expertise.

Note the VIP Club XS room at JJ Whispers, for example, which is designed and built with the advantages of our knowhow. As Larry Whispers CEO John Simpson remembers, “The project is completed on time and with a very high standard.Build quality furniture, along with a bespoke bar made for Club space, superb and competitively priced.”

Talk to us now about your matching or updated bar

Another option, and perhaps its best option, is to simply talk to us directly about all the improvements and adjusting services from us that have gained considerable recognition throughout the UK, and how we can apply it to your own prestigious bar needs. .

Whether you want to relive obsolete items from bar furniture or get a full set of attractive bar stools that will also reflect the perfect branding and aesthetics you want, there is little need to look beyond Design & Contracts.

Work with bar furniture, fitness experts and refurbishment today to ensure that your profits are derived from a perfectly perceived solution from a proven company in the field. What Can We Offer to The Most Prestigious Bar Company

A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Winter sports fanatics can quickly become exhausted with the normal activities on offer. For those who crave a call that is really exciting and close to nature, leave skiing in this winter chalet. Walking on the ice and the thrill of every crunch under your feet on the glacier should be the next winter adventure. Glued to the screen at the end of your seat, you have watched a documentary about people climbing the ice, so now is the time to bring the sensation to yourself: try climbing the glacier for a unique experience that has additional benefits. takes place amid some of nature’s most beautiful natural sites. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!
Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

The world-famous glacier is only accessible by helicopter, so all the ducks lined up to visit here to be one of the most amazing trips to mark your bucket travel list. Thisglacier continues to move, so the surging streams and floods and falling ice and rock slides are not uncommon. Be sure to check accessibility before you make your way there. But once you’re out there on the ice surrounded by a network of ice niches, blue ice and ice caves, you’ll be burdened by your own sincere feelings in the face of this big and powerful glacier. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Chadar Trek, Ladakh, India

This lifelong Indian adventure is a challenge for those who like their difficult treks. The 100km-long 9-12 day journey has a ‘tough’ rating and not for a weak person. You will walk on the frozen Zanskar River, and may even be able to see the icy cold water pouring beneath the ice-frosted layer like the glass where you stand. This is truly an unending adventure: you will be camping in caves along the way and carrying all your own gear. It really is a baptism of fire (or ice!).

Maligne Canyon Icewalk, Canada

If you’d rather have more ice decomposing than plunging into Chadar Trek, then this two hour icewalk complies with the doctor’s orders. High-quality equipment including necessary boots and ice is offered on-site, so you are free to explore frozen waterfalls, towering ice pillars and underground caves in Maligne Canyon Icewalk safely.

Glacier gray, china

Chilean patagonia is bound to make this list, and Gray Glacier is often regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. The glacier itself and surrounding area is very beautiful. There are a number of hiking routes with varying degrees of difficulty leading to the glacier, with some very challenging treks offered for the toughest explorer out there! Strong winds, freezing temperatures and terrain that try to beat you before you even make it to the ice run, but still survive. The mesmerizingly beautiful landscape at the end is more than worth it. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Insurance against Use and Tears …

If you have your sights on ice hiking at this destination or elsewhere, you will need winter travel insurance. While the most common policies can be expensive and limiting, there are renowned winter holiday insurance providers such as Let’s Go Insure that offer affordable rates for ice trekking and related activities. With the right insurance rates, even the most famous powdered dog and sensual seeker hunter can go through their own winter wonderland scenario with peace of mind. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Ethan Bailey is an experienced adventure traveler and insurance expert with Let’s Go Insure team. Ethan’s spirit is to inspire his clients to go further, deeper and higher on their journey and his expertise in providing ideal insurance allows them to do just that. If you are looking for the best winter sports insurance Let’s Go works with the most experienced underwriters, intermediaries and insurers to offer competitive insurance without sacrificing protection.

Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

Every dedicated teacher continues to look for ways to encourage the imagination of young learners. Organizing a school trip to bring a dusty page of history to life is (or should be) at the top of the list. No subject benefited more than the opportunity to visit sites where past monumental events had occurred, and no subject offered so many choices when planning school trips.
Exploring the Normandy Heritage Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

The Normandy region of France is a logical choice for school trips, with several sites related to medieval studies to the bloody battles of World War II. From the foundation level to the GCSE level, students can benefit from various programs in museums and monuments, many of which can be tailored specifically to curriculum requirements.

History of the Middle Ages

For students studying the Norman Conquest, the trip to Normandy led them to where it all began. Visiting the Bayeux rugs introduced them to early medieval art; these preserved magnificent artifacts are one of the most valuable historical sources available to teach the period to the students. As a complete and compelling visual narrative of the events surrounding the Norman Conquest, this serves as a real learning aid to inspire deeper appreciation of the era, both for the primary and secondary groups. Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

Falaise Castle is another very important site for those who focus on the Middle Ages. The birthplace of William the Conqueror is a great example of medieval architecture, and visiting the site allows students to give knowledge of this important sovereignty, the first Norman King of England, into the historical context.

Modern history

For young people who study the events of World War II, Normandy is an active learning center, with many sites and monuments related to combat performed on French soil. No amount of textbook reading can come close to a deep experience of visiting beaches and battlefields where these events took place and so many youths lost their lives.

The WWII site in the region serves as a serious war heritage and provides an excellent source of education, not just for historical subjects, but also related to politics and social studies. The tour of the cemetery and the battlefield brings home the real reality of war and can not but leave an indelible imprint on young hearts and minds, while a museum with cutting-edge technology serves to bring the drama of the Normandy invasion into real life.

But more than simply providing an opportunity to elaborate facts and meet the curriculum requirements, visiting the WWII site in Normandy is an opportunity for an educator to give young people an insight into the gravity of war, its consequences and impact. Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

Accessible Destinations

This beautiful part of France is capable of sparking a passion for history and learning in groups of various ages in curricular studies, making it the perfect destination for school trips. It’s also very practical in terms of budget and logistics, with the Channel Crossing from Folkestone ensuring a quick trip from the UK.

John Gardiner is Managing Director of The School Travel Company, a tour operator specializing in school trips for schools and youth groups to the UK, Europe and beyond. As a father and avid traveler, John is keen to provide students with a valuable and exciting learning experience outside the classroom. By sharing expert advice with teachers, he allows them to inspire their students and continue their studies into life. Bringing Life on a School Trip to Normandy

Keep in mind That We Provide True National Service

Keep in mind That We Provide True National Service

London may be a distant center of the UK economy, but is far from the only part of the country with an urgent requirement for proper Restaurant and Bar Furniture and its corresponding repair and conformity services.
While it’s easy for some of our competitors to concentrate all their energy in the capital, it’s not our own Design & Contract philosophy – and this is reflected in everything we’ve done up to now, and everything we continue to do business like yours

Keep in mind That We Provide True National Service

Why we are not just other London-centric furniture suppliers

As a trusted furniture provider for everything, we will always be proud of the many top-tier projects in London that we have successfully managed. However, we are not a London furniture supplier, and not just UK.

Our own headquarters, however, is in Ascot, Berkshire, and we recognize the important roles that bars, restaurants, cafes and similar businesses outside the capital can make the economy, culture and public life of the UK wider.

This is reflected in the vastness of non-London organizations that we have provided bespoke services. They include people like the Reading University Students’ Union (RUSU), where we provide a variety of colorful furnishings to modernize the appearance of the entire building, as well as Azuza at Bristol, which benefits from the provision of such items as the Framed Tub PN Chairs, Sofa Chairs Nico 2 and seat side DC-0145.

The Children’s Unit and Spinal Unit at Salisbury Hospital are also utilizing our services, the latter being licensed by our bespoke Dado modular seating from our Jive range and special Tonda desks with Zebrano Kuadra chairs.

Across the UK, in fact – from Real Eating Cafe in Witney to Brasserie Rhone Restaurant in Old Woking – there are many non-Londoners who put their trust in Design & Contracts when they need restaurants, cafes, offices, nightclubs. or bar furniture or related services and expertise.

Contact us now to become one of our clients

If you want your business to play its part in the ongoing history of British economic success, there is no need to look beyond Design & Contract Furniture.

Ask now to learn more about contract furniture and other services we can provide to ensure that your bar, restaurant, cafe or similar company enjoys a bright future – wherever it may be based in the UK. Keep in mind That We Provide True National Service