Of all the jobs we have had posted this is probably one of our most worthwhile to date. A user has contacted us via twitter about moving a fairly large item (a 17ft Kayak infact) that they need in order to do some very good things for an arthritis charity from York to Southend. Now we always do what we can for charity so we’re really pushing this one.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Those of you who have been following us for a while might remember that we helped Garrison Girls, a charity for members of the armed forces and their families who suffer from PTSD, deliver cards and letters from a group of children to Prince William on Valentines Day.
Oh yes it’s that time of the year again, all be it a little earlier than usual. This April looks set to be one of the hottest since records began and the nation looks set to take full advantage. The recent warm weather has been giving the likes of Rome and Athens a run for there money with temperatures reaching over 25 C on Tuesday and looking to stay in the low to mid 20′s over the next few days.
Yesterdays moto GP left Casey Stoner frustrated and without any points after a collision with Valentino Rossi going into turn one ended the Australians race. Nine time World Champion Rossi attempted to overtake second placed Stoner but couldn’t keep control and both riders ended up hitting the tarmac.
Local Councils have said the increase in the number of potholes in England and Wales is due to a lack of funding to repair them. This lack of funds combined with the harsh winter weather has left our roads falling into a sorry state and motorists having to dodge potholes in order to avoid damaging their cars.