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Marmite wars aside, every little helps Tesco and those that take a long term view

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Tesco’s recent spat with Unilever is all about the consequences of Sterling’s recent weakness following the Brexit vote. As the costs of imported goods start to rise in the coming months, supermarkets like Tesco are all too aware of the potential hit to their profitability. They will be wary about asking consumers to pay more and their suppliers will also be reluctant to take less for the goods they are…

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Football Team Commentary

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Pictured above is Eaton Socon under 7’s following their recent end of season presentations. The team, managed by MSFS’s Kieron Brace, enjoyed a successful first year in the Hunts Mini Soccer league, with some memorable games and performances from the whole team. Kieron commented, “Prior to the season starting some of the players had very little, if any, football experience and to see the development of the individuals and the…

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MSFS Abseils the National Lift Tower for Battens Disease

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On Saturday 15th August 2015 a team of willing and brave volunteers from Moore Stephens Financial Services completed an extreme outside abseil of 400 feet from the National Lift Tower in Northampton. The team of Amy Urquhart, Adam Ellis, Kimberley Tyson, Natasha Duncan, Paige Mills, Sam Patterson and Victoria Allthorpe has so far raised £1255 for the Battens Disease Family Association (BDFA) and are continuing to collect sponsorship. Congratulations and…

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MSFS Run the Mucky Races “Sole Destroyer”

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We recently ran through lakes and mud pits, raising £560 in support of the BDFA! We believe that engaging with the community in which we live and work is an important part of our lives, both when we are working and when we are resting. We want to support good causes where we can, and encourage and take part in sporting and cultural events throughout the region. This page provides…

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BDFA Dragon Boat Race

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We recently took part in a Dragon Boat race in support of the BDFA (Batten Disease Family Association). Unfortunately we were only able to complete two races before the event was called off due to rain. The Batten Disease Family Association (BDFA) is the only UK Charity dedicated to supporting families, raising awareness and facilitating research into the group of diseases known as the NCLs or Batten Disease. The charity aims…

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