The Royal Manchester School for the Deaf first opened its doors in 1825. Since then the school has grown considerably, both in the number of students and the range of difficulties that they face. Known as The Seashell Trust since November 2008, they now work with students with an increasingly complex range of communication and physical difficulties.
Gyron are a leading provider of data centre services. Established in March 2000, the dynamic company has consistently grown, leading them to require more space than they had available at their London Docklands facility. The decision was made to open a new data centre at Hemel Hempstead, which will give Gyron the capacity to continue growing their business.
Peckforton Castle is an enchanting hotel in the heart of Cheshire, described by English Heritage as ‘the only intact medieval style castle in the country’. Extremely popular for leisure breaks, corporate events, conferences and weddings, Peckforton Castle has been used as a location for various films and TV shows.
Manvers Waterfront Boat Club is a multi-water sports centre on Manvers Lake, based in Wath-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire. The centre specialises in paddle sports, with canoeing being at the heart of its activities. Manvers is an ideal place for grassroots learners to train in a real Olympic setting.
The centre works in partnership with Canoe England, the national governing body for canoeing, set up by Sport England. Sport England receives a yearly capital grants allowance from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport to support the development of certain sport across the country.
My CRM Group are a forward thinking software development company based in Newport on the Isle of Wight. Established in 2009, they specialise in the design of innovative software applications, specifically customer relationship management (CRM), providing solutions for clients all over the world.