There was no blog from me last month as August is my family time when we go down to the Mediterranean and do little but enjoy the sunshine. However it was very noticeable this year, whilst driving down through France and into Spain, that we saw far fewer British number plates amongst the cars and motorhomes wending their way South. Perhaps it is true that there was a trend in the UK for a 'staycation'. Certainly it felt like that to us and, no wonder, given that spending a Euro this year seemed to be the same as spending a Pound Sterling!
Ensuring that people from a variety of backgrounds, with different experiences, and from all parts of society, are represented is important to democracy.
Did you know that many businesses who submit a research and development (R&D) tax credit claim, receive more than £50,000 a year in the form of a cash repayment and/or corporation tax reduction? That represents an incredible boost for any company – and one that many of your clients may be missing out on.
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Society members installed their new president (2017-18) Kara Williams at its AGM on 18 May 2017. The meeting was held at the Vale Resort in Hensol with over 70 fellow members and invited guests in attendance.
Government continues in Wales despite the general election.
You should have all been made aware of the new provision of a “drop-in centre” for members that is now available in Cardiff