Home » News » Agencies & People » New Spicerhaart group MD is former Countrywide mortgages chief previous nextAgencies & PeopleNew Spicerhaart group MD is former Countrywide mortgages chiefPromotion of Antony Lark to the key role is part of recent moves to bring new blood into the top team at the seven-brand estate agency corporate.Nigel Lewis11th November 201901,202 Views The Spicerhaart group of estate agencies has promoted a former Countrywide chief to be its new Group Managing Director as it brings fresh blood into the senior team.Antony Lark (top, right) joined the company seven years ago from Countrywide where he headed up its regional financial services division for just under 17 years.“I am over the moon to have been given this great opportunity. Spicerhaart is a very special business,” says Lark.He joined to head up the company’s Just Mortgages broker division in Colchester, Essex, which distributes mortgage products both direct to other agents but also through the company’s branch network. It has 200 employees and was established in 2012, growing to be one of the stars of the Spicerhaart group.As we reported last month, he has overseen the Welsh pilot of a new online service at Just Mortgages that offers both its own and competing estate agents a ‘no ties’ mortgage broker hub, and also launched a service for Prime London agents.Up the ranks“He’s roared up our ranks into our most senior role and now responsible for delivering our five-year plan,” says CEO Paul Smith (top, left).“Congratulations and I know you’ll make the role a roaring success; just a shame you’re a gooner!”.Lark is not the only recent internal promotion. Spicerhaart’s Sales Director, Steve Williams, was promoted to be Managing Director of its Chapter division.“One of the most important roles of a CEO is to nurture talent and promote the very best people in your company,” says Smith.Spicerhaart’s agency seven brands include haart, Darlows, Chewton Rose, Felicity J Lord, Haybrook and butters john bee. haart Haybrook butters john bee Chewton Rose spicerhaart Darlows Felicity J Lord November 11, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP Email* Horse Sport Enews Dawn Ianson, a Canadian student living on Vancouver Island who is doing her Masters out of the University of Edinburgh, invites horse owners to take part in a survey about cannabinoids (CBDs) in relation to use in their horses.“Vets cannot prescribe cannabinoids [the non-psychoactive derivative of the Cannabis plant] and they are being used and marketed throughout the country with limited scientific evidence of their effectiveness,” notes Ianson. “The Canadian Government still has them listed as a schedule 2 controlled substance, making research very difficult. There needs to be a greater awareness on the limitation and the current equine-related studies.”The study, entitled Cannabidiol (CBD) Use Amongst Horse Owners in Canada has been approved by the Human Ethics Research Committee, R(D)SVS, University of Edinburgh. Dr. McBride is a professor at the Aberystwyth University and supervisor of MSc Graduate student Dawn Ianson at the University of Edinburgh The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Together they are trying to understand the prevalence of, and outcome satisfaction of, CBD use in the Canadian equine community and to understand if it is being used as a primary or alternate therapeutic option for either physiological or psychological conditions in horses.All horse owners who live in Canada who are 18 years or older are invited to take part. You will be asked to complete a series of questions as honestly as possible and there are no ‘right or wrong’ answers. The questionnaire should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed HERE.(Link to French language version HERE) Tags: CBD, University of Edinburgh, cannabinoids, More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes.
View post tag: Kanawha View post tag: Defence View post tag: years View post tag: Roosevelt Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Theodore Roosevelt Refuels at Sea after Four Years View post tag: Defense View post tag: sea View post tag: usa View post tag: Naval USS Theodore Roosevelt Refuels at Sea after Four Years Share this article View post tag: USS USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) pulled alongside the supply ship USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196) Sept. 17 and conducted its first underway replenishment (UNREP) in more than four years.Kanawha transferred more than 600,000 gallons of JP-5 jet-fuel to Theodore Roosevelt during the UNREP, which is a complex undertaking that involves the entire crew and demonstrates the ship’s ability to sustain itself at sea. “We ensured that the ship was on station on time and got to the rendezvous point safely,” said Quartermaster 2nd Class Meghan Carter. “We assisted the Officer of the Deck with a safe course to steer and recommended a speed to get us there.”Sailors aboard Theodore Roosevelt spent a considerable amount of time training for the UNREP to ensure the event went as smooth as possible. A number of Sailors were sent to other ships to receive more extensive training.Boatswain’s Mate Seaman Henry Cole said Sailors were sent on temporary assigned duties (TAD) to USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) and USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) to learn how to properly execute an UNREP. “We all have put in a lot of training for it and to see it come together is great,” said Boatswain’s Mate 3rd Class Colton Miles.The UNREP was a good opportunity for TR Sailors with limited sea time to gauge their skills. “I am excited to be a part of Theodore Roosevelt’s first replenishment [in over four years],” said Cole. “I felt like the replenishment went well and I am glad to be doing my job during it.”“We can always get better as we go on,” said Miles. “This was many Sailors’ first UNREP and what we didn’t do right the first time, we will get right the next time.”[mappress]Press Release, September 23, 2013; Image: US Navy View post tag: Theodore View post tag: Navy View post tag: four September 23, 2013 View post tag: Refuels
View post tag: HMAS Canberra Royal Australian Navy’s landing helicopter dock HMAS Canberra which was deployed to Fiji in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Winston is set to return to Australia March 30.Following a request from the Fijian government, HMAS Canberra was deployed to Fiji on March 1 to deliver humanitarian aid and assistance.HMAS Canberra was loaded with 60 tonnes of emergency relief supplies, three MRH-90 helicopters and around 760 Australian Defence Force personnel including engineers, carpenters, electricians and plumbers. Australian forces worked closely with Fijian authorities to conduct recovery efforts and engineering assessments.At the request of the Fijian government, around 200 Defence personnel will remain as a Suva-based humanitarian assistance and disaster relief force. Four MRH-90 helicopters from Townsville’s 5th Aviation Regiment will also remain to support Fiji’s National Disaster Management Office.According to the Royal Australian Navy, HMAS Canberra will unload Queensland-based personnel and equipment in Brisbane today before arriving in Sydney later this week. View post tag: Royal Australian Navy Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today HMAS Canberra concludes Fiji relief mission View post tag: Fiji HMAS Canberra concludes Fiji relief mission March 30, 2016 Share this article
× Christopher Silva proudly holds the American flag during the opening ceremonies of the New Jersey Special Olympic Area 1 Bowling meet. The meet was held recently at Hudson Lanes. This is Christopher’s first event as a member of the Bayonne Recreation Special Olympic bowling team. He came in first place, taking home a blue ribbon. He now waits for his next event the North Sectional Bowling meet to be held in March.
IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook By Network Indiana – August 30, 2020 4 541 Banks introduces bill to penalize people caught looting, vandalizing while protesting Google+ Pinterest Google+ Pinterest Previous articleOne person recovering after shooting on Huey Street in South BendNext articleBall State University students put on notice about ignoring COVID-19 safety measures Network Indiana Twitter (Photo supplied/Jim Banks for Congress) People caught rioting would have to pay for the cost of federal policing and would not be able to get federal unemployment, if a bill introduced by Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), passes the U.S. House, the Senate and becomes law.It’s called the “Support Peaceful Protest Act”, and penalizes people who are caught committing acts of violence, looting, or vandalism.Banks said in an interview Friday that he posted a picture on his Twitter account of a Ft. Wayne couple, which he describes as leaders in the community, who were at the White House to hear Pres. Trump speak, being accosted by a mob as they left.“The photo of them leaving…has gone viral on the internet,” he said. “As they left the angry mob got in their face. A violent mobster with both middle fingers in this woman’s face, trying to incite them.”Banks said the couple kept on walking.“Antifa thugs are descending on suffering communities, disrupting peaceful protests and leaving violence, looting and vandalism in their wake. They turned Milwaukee, Seattle and Portland into warzones, and now they’re moving the chaos to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Who knows which community is next?” said Banks.“Due to enhanced federal benefits, taxpayers are giving wages to jobless rioters that are destroying our communities. We need to cut them off from their funding and make them feel the full financial consequences of their actions.”Banks said anyone who is convicted of rioting would have to remit payment for the hours of federal police who protect government sites in DC and all over the country.He said he supports peaceful protests, but believes that the people who are not protesting, but are rioting, are largely unemployed.“Many of these people are not working. They have the time to show up every day at some of these violent protests like in Washington, D.C. and they’re getting $600 a week of unemployment to do it, and that’s got to stop.” Facebook Twitter
Facebook WhatsApp TAGSantibodiesantibodybloodcoronavirusCOVID-19donationsMedical FoundatonSouth Bendtest By Brooklyne Beatty – October 19, 2020 0 843 (Tom Franklin/95.3 MNC) All South Bend Medical Foundation blood donation centers will now test for COVID-19 antibodies.The antibody test helps identify and recruit potential convalescent plasma donors, who can in turn help severely ill patients recover from COVID-19.Test results will indicate if the donor’s immune system has produced antibodies to the coronavirus, regardless of whether they developed any symptoms.Donors can expect to receive antibody results via email approximately 7-10 days following their blood donation.Donations are by appointment only and can be scheduled at GiveBloodNow.com or by calling (574) 234-1157. Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Blood donors now tested for COVID-19 antibodies at South Bend Medical Foundation Pinterest Google+ Google+ Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Previous articleUPDATE: AMBER Alert for toddler from Lansing Township canceledNext articleSuspect arrested in east side shooting Brooklyne Beatty
It’s time to book your tickets for the biggest hoedown in the bakery calendar – British Baker’s Baking Industry Awards.We’ll be raising the roof in September with a Wild West-themed ceremony, when we will recognise industry achievements in 11 categories:Baker of the Year – sponsored by Brook Food Processing EquipmentBakery Manufacturer of the Year – sponsored by SonneveldBakery Innovation of the Year – sponsored by European Process PlantCelebration Cake Business of the Year – sponsored by RenshawFree-from Bakery Product of the Year – sponsored by IngredionSupermarket Bakery Business of the Year – sponsored by Lantmännen Unibake UKSpeciality Bread Product of the Year – sponsored by BakelsThe Craft Business Award – sponsored by Dawn FoodsThe Customer Focus Award – sponsored by CSM Bakery SolutionsThe Rising Star Award – sponsored by RondoOutstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry – sponsored by DélifranceThe entries are now in and, over the coming months, our expert judges will have the tough job of selecting the winners.These winners will be announced in a glittering Wild West-themed ceremony on 6 September at the London Hilton on Park Lane.As well as offering fantastic food and excellent entertainment, the awards night is a great opportunity to network with the biggest names in Britain’s baking industry.Tickets cost £285 + VAT. A table of 10 costs £2,575 + VAT. To get yours now, go to www.bakeryawards.co.ukFor more information, contact Elizabeth Ellis on: 01293 846593 or [email protected]
Afterschool programs in Regional School Unit 9 and MSAD 58 are announcing open enrollment and are accepting applications for students immediately.In the 21st Century Kids of F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. afterschool program, K-5 students from Regional School Unit 9’s W.G. Mallett School, Cascade Brook School, Academy Hill School and G.D. Cushing School take part in challenging and exciting enrichment activities in the arts, prevention, physical activities, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and receive help with homework and tutoring. The RSU 9 program runs from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Monday through Thursday.The Northern F.R.A.N.K.L.I.N. afterschool program as the same offerings for students grades K through 8 from MSAD 58’s elementary schools in Strong, Phillips and Kingfield. The MSAD 58 program runs from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.Thanks to a partnership between the Franklin County Children’s Task Force and the school districts, and the use of awarded grant funding, there is currently no fee for these programs.Applications may be found on the program’s website at www.fcctf.org, or at the FCCTF office at 113 Church Street in Farmington. Please call 207-778-6960 with questions or for more information.
Two University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences food scientists have been presented awards of excellence from the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus Larry Beuchat and Professor Francisco Diez were recognized at the association’s annual meeting held July 21–24 in Louisville, Kentucky.Beuchat received the Maurice Weber Laboratorian Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the laboratory. The award also honors his commitment to the development of innovative and practical analytical approaches in support of food safety.He joined the Department of Food Science and Technology on the UGA Griffin campus in 1972 and has since published five books and 530 refereed scientific journal articles.Beuchat is a world authority on the microbiology of fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes; methods for detecting yeasts, molds and pathogenic bacteria in foods; metabolic injury of bacteria and fungi; relationships of water activity to microbial growth; antimicrobial compounds in foods; fermented foods; thermal resistance of mold ascospores; and food preservatives.Most of Beuchat’s research at the UGA Center for Food Safety in Griffin focuses on how food safety issues relate to foods of plant origin.Diez is one of four recipients of the IAFP Fellow Award, which is bestowed on professionals who have contributed to IAFP and its affiliates with distinction over an extended period of time.Diez joined UGA in 2016 as director of the Center for Food Safety on the UGA Griffin campus. Previously, he was head of the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Minnesota, where he conducted food science research for 17 years.Diez has authored 95 peer-reviewed articles and 13 book chapters. His research focuses on the control of foodborne pathogens, low water activity foods, the safety of organic foods and pathogens associated with fresh produce.He serves on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods, a group that provides impartial scientific advice and recommendations to the secretary of agriculture and the secretary of health and human services.For more information on the Center for Food Safety, visit cfs.caes.uga.edu.IAFP represents more than 4,300 food safety professionals including educators, government officials, microbiologists, food industry executives and quality control professionals who are involved in all aspects of growing, storing, transporting, processing and preparing all types of foods.