10th June 2019 How to switch off as a small business owner

According to a study conducted by Simply Business, almost half of small business owners cancel social plans at least once a week because they are too busy with work-related matters and 25% have fallen ill due to stress and overwork. As a small business owner,...

7th May 2019

A guide to caring for your church, all year round Winter Winter has blown in and the appeal of sitting in your home with a mug of tea in front of a roaring fire is strong – but first, there’s work to do. Following the fallen leaves of...

30th April 2019 Put your home under the spotlight this spring

Home > Content Library > Put your home under the spotlight this spring Spring is the perfect time to don your rubber gloves and get organising your home for the summer months. Here are some of our favourite tips to bear in mind during this years’ big spring clean. Declutter your...

23rd April 2019 Holiday home insurance: Q&A

Owning a second home is a multi-faceted venture. It can be a getaway for you and your family when Blighty gets the better of you, providing winter sun or summer shade. For business heads, house ownership is a solid investment regardless of what you plan...

15th February 2019 Me, myself and I

Lone working can apply to anyone. Whether someone spends all day away from the business premises or they’re only alone for half an hour each day to open or lock up, it’s essential to consider the health and safety of any employee who works on...

1st February 2019 Protecting construction workers against cold stress

Whilst many of us have the option to turn the heating up when cold weather stikes, wear a few extra layers and supply both ourselves and our co-workers with a constant stream of hot drinks, construction workers must face the elements head-on. Even in the...

23rd January 2019 3 questions to ask when protecting your income as a tradesperson

  Should I take out insurance? At the risk of instilling gloom, you can take the greatest of care with your health and still meet with an accident or be diagnosed with an illness that takes you away from your work. If you’re employed, you’re entitled to statutory...

18th January 2019 When are landlords allowed to access their property?

As a residential landlord, you tread a fine line between actively maintaining your property while leaving tenants to live in peace.   What is a landlord’s right of entry? Tenants are likely to regard the property as their home. Under “the covenant for quiet enjoyment”, UK law entitles...

11th January 2019 Support your local pubs with ‘Tryanuary’

Founded in 2015, Tryanuary is a nationwide campaign, implemented to encourage support for beer producers and suppliers throughout the month of January. The founders of the campaign hope to encourage the nation to support their local businesses including breweries, pubs and bars throughout this usually challenging month. Take...

9th January 2019 Expert claims handling to get you back to normal quickly

Every year, homes and businesses are affected by the disruption caused from a wide range of events including major losses linked to fires and flooding, etc. If the worst should happen, your insurance company are likely to appoint their own Loss Adjuster or other specialists to act...