During these challenging times the Grosvenor team have continued to keep up with their commitment of raising money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW). There has been a great response from the advisers and admin team in completing various endeavours for the 2.6 challenge from a sit up challenge to cycling, walking & yielding a wheelbarrow. In addition the team
Dear All I am writing to update you on our current working practices and how we can ensure that we continue to provide support in these difficult times. Our phones in head office will be monitored but we would ask you to email any queries in the first place. Please only use the office phone number if it is very
Dear All I am writing to reassure you that we are fully operational during this business-critical and uncertain period. Following new guidance from the UK Government on 16 March, we’ve prioritised staff wellbeing and asked our colleagues who are at higher risk to return to home as well as asking our staff to follow Government guidance on self-isolation, where relevant.
Ben Olson and Tom Burley were delighted to present Children’s Hospice South West with a cheque for £8,346.37. The total was as a result of all of Grosvenor’s fundraising efforts for 2019 which included a 5k run, a 205 mile cycle ride, a marathon, a skydive and a Jail & Bail. Ben comments “we would like to thank all of
As we have passed the half way point of the year, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with an update regarding all of the exciting things that have been taking place in order to raise funds for our chosen charity partner, Children’s Hospice, South West (CHSW). In addition to company-wide events, there have been some outstanding personal
Thursday 27th September 2018 saw the annual Grosvenor Charity Golf day take place and once again it was held at the picturesque Wrag Barn in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. The weather was at it’s beautiful autumnal best and the competitive nature between staff, fund managers and clients was at an all-time high. The standard of golf seems to