Home » News » Henley agent reveals PM’s sartorial stop-over before Sturgeon visit previous nextHenley agent reveals PM’s sartorial stop-over before Sturgeon visitTheresa May was in town, reports column writer, to visit her favourite boutique.Nigel Lewis29th March 201701,172 Views If you’re wondering where Theresa May bought the clothes for her controversial meeting with Nicola Sturgeon on Monday then a Henley agent may have the answer.In her ‘Diary of an Estate Agent’ column for local newspaper the Henley Standard, senior sales manager Margaret Connerty (pictured, right) yesterday revealed that last Thursday Henley’s high street was awash with police as Theresa May went shopping at her favourite clothes boutique.While previous PMs including David Cameron have relied on fashion gurus to give them sartorial guidance, three years ago the then Home Secretary Theresa May told Desert Island Discs presenter Kirsty Young that her fashion choices were her own.Henley boutiqueShe also said that her favourite shop was Fluidity, a tiny boutique on Henley’s Bell Street, opposite the local branch of sales and letting agent Davis Tate, where Margaret works.“I have a particular shop that I go to and they know the sort of thing that I like to wear, so they will sometimes ring me up and say ‘there’s something really nice in’,” the PM told the programme.On Thursday she was presumably on her way to Chequers from London in between Brexit negotiations, or on the way to her constituency in neighbouring Aylesbury when she was spotted by Margaret.She says the prime minister, who is well known for her love of leopard-print kitten heels and £400 brown leather trousers, was seen by locals going in to the boutique.But Theresa May’s visit was not the only news Margaret revealed. She also says that her colleagues at Davis Tate ring a bell in the branch every time clients exchange on a property – and it “ding, dinged” twice last week. Perhaps the boutique should get one.Prime Minister Henley Davis Tate Theresa May March 29, 2017Nigel 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 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
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Oxford City Council have announced a new crowd management system for May Morning, set to be implemented this year.A record-breaking 27,000 people descended on the city last year, with large numbers congregating on the High Street and Magdalen Bridge.To help with manage these large crowds, one-way channels will be put in place along Magdalen Bridge, in order to allow people to move easily during and after the event. There will also be stewards and signs in place, while bicycles will not be allowed to cross the bridge.The new strategy comes after reports of a ‘crush’ at last year’s May Morning, when a gridlock occurred on Magdalen Bridge as people tried to leave. According to the Council, this was due to people leaving the bridge towards East Oxford being met by “an unusually high number of people wanting to come into the city from the Plain Roundabout”. The Council hopes that the one-way channels, as part of the new crowd management system, will ensure that this problem will not happen again.Paula Redway, Oxford City Council’s cultural development manager, said: “We take crowd safety incredibly seriously and, following last year’s May Morning, the City Council and event partners have been working hard to make sure that the crowd problems are not repeated.“Magdalen Bridge will look different during this year’s event, with signs, barriers and stewards directing people to keep the crowd flowing on the bridge. We ask that those wishing to attend make themselves aware of the new plans and follow instructions on the day.”Demand also looks set to be high for other May Day events in Oxford, with special all-night club events at The Bullingdon and O2 Academy selling out months in advance.
Dear Friends,I take a tour every Friday afternoon with city team members to check on the status of various projects in the works. I’m happy to report that by next weekend, walkers, runners and bicyclists will be able to travel the full length of the boardwalk. The reconstruction project between Eighth Street and 10th Street is making good progress, and the contractor will have a stretch of completed decking in place along the storefronts. Work to restore the full width of the boardwalk and re-install railings and light posts will continue. The Ocean City Boardwalk is perhaps our greatest treasure, and I want to thank everybody for their patience during this important project.On Thursday, City Council approved a five-year capital plan to fund improvements to every part of Ocean City. The biggest portion of the plan is dedicated to road and drainage projects, and it addresses countless other needs from the beach to the bay. As part of the plan, we moved financing for a proposed public safety building renovation/addition back by a year. The concept of a new public safety building has been a multiyear process for us, and like any other major project, it’s important to gather the facts and present the concept at a town hall meeting. Before we make such a substantial investment, we will hold a public meeting with details from our professionals and seek input from the community. (See summary of full five-year plan .)Council also approved a contract for work to begin on a major drainage project for the area between 26th Street and 34th Street. A pre-construction meeting was held today and work will begin shortly. While no drainage system can possibly stop all flooding in Ocean City, residents of that neighborhood should see long-awaited relief soon.As part of its commitment to community education and safety, the Ocean City Fire Department is organizing classes for CPR, AED and First Aid training. For people with busy schedules, an online course is available for the classroom portion — with fire personnel later conducting skills checks in person. For more information on the program and to sign up, visit ocnj.us/cpr.I hope you all have a great weekend.Warm regards,Jay A. GillianMayor
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I was working on a magazine piece this week on nostalgia gardening. We tend to think of nostalgia gardening as growing something that is heirloom or antique. It is also represented in a plant that reminds you of another time or place. One plant that I hated to leave out was the emperor’s candlestick. Its Latin name is Senna alata, formerly Cassia alata. Emperor’s candlestick is considered a shrub in the tropics, yet where I have seen them growing wild, they appear dwarfed in comparison to how they look in our landscapes. This is probably due to the shallow topsoil. Though the plant is seen in gardens as a beautiful flower, it is a valuable medicinal plant in developing countries. In Mexico and Samoa, it is used to treat snakebites. In other countries, it is used to treat herpes and venereal diseases, ringworm and digestive disorders. Butterfly lovers treasure it as a host plant for sulphur butterflies.Emperor’s candlestick can be successfully grown as an annual just about anywhere in the country. Here in Savannah, Georgia, it is an annual flower and is as stunning as it gets from summer through frost. The candlestick plant is in the legume family, and even though it does not bloom until midsummer, the large, pinnately compound foliage provides a textural extravaganza even when flowers aren’t present.Since it does grow large – up to 8 feet tall with the compound leaves stretching out 3 feet in each direction – you will want it close to the back of your border. I have grown them in beds where I had over a dozen, and while pretty, it was a little overwhelming. The way to go is probably with two to three plants in a mixed border. One of my favorite partners for emperor’s candlestick is the spicy jatropha, or Jatropha integerrima. Another terrific combination could include Cuphea ‘Vermillionaire,’ which has scarlet flowers and reaches about 3 feet tall and just as wide.My one bone of contention or frustration with garden centers is that they usually do not have emperor’s candlestick early enough to allow us time to grow them into the 8-foot-plus range. Actually, they are now getting harder to find. Once you do start growing them, you are in business, because they produce long pods loaded with seeds. These dried seeds will give you the opportunity to grow them whenever you want. In recent years I have found seeds well priced through online shopping.Once you start collecting seeds, store them in a dry location over the winter. Next spring, pop open the pods and plant the seeds about three-quarters of an inch deep in full sun in well-drained, well-prepared beds. I like to lightly scratch these seeds with sandpaper to help speed up my germination process. If you want to see your plants reach that 8-foot monolithic stature, feed them monthly during the growing season. Even though they are considered drought-tolerant plants, watering and mulching them keeps them looking lush and ever so tropical for your little corner of paradise.
21SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jeff Owen Jeff has over 12 years of experience in the financial services arena. Prior to Rochdale, Jeff worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and was part of the … Web: www.rochdaleparagon.com Details It’s that time of year again: strategic planning season! Boards and management teams are busy analyzing, discussing and strategizing for the next three to five – hopefully even ten – years. Discussions revolving around technology, fields of membership, branches, mergers, financials, relevancy, technology, competition, and products and services abound. Detailed analyses are occurring around asset and loan growth as credit unions strive to quantify the earnings needed to support new technology, to understand increased regulatory burdens, and satisfy members’ ever-evolving needs and desires.As exciting as strategic planning season is, the challenges seem to grow more daunting each year as both member and regulatory expectations grow, competition becomes more fierce and opportunities to generate income become more strained. In all these discussions, however, the key to conquering so many of these challenges – our people – so often goes undiscussed.It seems to me that there is a general expectation that if we can build the plan, our people will just fall in line. Our people and their acceptance of and involvement in our plan is the last thing that crosses our mind. It’s not that we don’t care about our people, or even that we fail to recognize that they are critical in executing our carefully prepared plan. It’s that we take it for granted that they will execute the plan. They have historically performed when called upon, and we take for granted that they will continue to meet our needs and demands, whatever they may be.What I think gets missed is that our people have their own strategic plans. Even if it’s not formal, documented, or even fully understood, most people have some thought as to what they want to do, how they want to spend their time, where they want to go with their careers and lives, and what it takes for them to excel. If we are unable to achieve some sense of alignment between our plan and theirs, or if they don’t understand where the two intersect, we risk undermining our plan from the beginning. Our long-term plans depend entirely on our ability to engage our people and get their buy-in; what is most important to us needs to be important to them.Over the past two months, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with several credit unions that have made the decision to include their staff in the strategic planning process. While the management and board set the general direction and objectives for the organization, they also value the input of their staff enough to solicit their ideas and opinions as well.I read a quote recently that went something like this… Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something we love is called passion. The question that entered my mind is what are we doing to articulate the intersection of strategy and stuff that our staff love to do. Simply stated, I think it involves defining a higher purpose than just performing financial transactions. Maybe you’ve heard the story about an exchange between President Kennedy and a janitor during the early days of NASA. On a visit to Cape Canaveral, President Kennedy supposedly asked a man with a broom what he did, to which the janitor replied, “Well, Mr. President, I’m helping to put a man on the moon.” How well do we engage our employees around our higher purpose? What would your people answer if the same question?Study after study has shown that a workforce motivated by a strong sense of higher purpose is essential to engagement. One survey found that working for an organization with a clearly defined purpose is second only to pay and benefits in importance to employees, ranking ahead of promotion opportunities, job responsibilities, and even work culture. Two-thirds of the respondents said that a higher purpose would motivate them to go the extra mile in their jobs. Another study showed that almost half of today’s workforce would take a 15% pay cut to work for an organization with an inspiring purpose.Whether you are moving into or wrapping up your strategic planning process, don’t forget to include your people. Ensure that you are defining your vision – your higher purpose – and that you effectively communicate it to your staff. Put in the time definitively linking your strategy with your higher purpose, and the staff will understand the why behind your goals and objectives.
The organisation’s CEO Yasuharu Inoue hopes athletes and supporters alike will use the truck.”I want athletes to compete with their utmost motivation and for the audience to cheer on with their utmost motivation as well. That is why I made this,” said Inoue, pointing to the white truck parked next to Tokyo Tower on Wednesday.”I hope it brings awareness that there are many different people in this world and to promote a non-discriminatory, peaceful Olympics and Paralympics.”Tokyo 2020 said on Wednesday that they were looking at various avenues to provide appropriate facilities for all religious groups.”The Organising Committee is preparing a list of religious or faiths centres that could be contacted or visited if requested by residents of the Villages during the Games,” Tokyo 2020 told Reuters in an email.”In the Games’ venues, multi-faith prayer spaces for athletes and spectators are under consideration in venue operations planning.”According to a investigation by Waseda University, there were 105 mosques in Japan at the end of 2018. But with these spread across the country and many of them small and on the outskirts of Tokyo, it may be difficult for Muslims who need to pray five times a day.Inoue said he has already spoken to several Olympic committees, including most recently Indonesia, about helping their athletes.Topan Rizki Utraden, an Indonesian who has lived in Japan for 12 years, came to the Mobile Mosque for the first time with his daughter.He said it can be challenging to find a quiet place to pray in Japan, particularly outside Tokyo.”It is really difficult to find mosques near your place,” said Utraden.”If you are in the city there is no problem but if you take a road trip outside Tokyo it is difficult.”Sometimes I pray in a park but sometimes the Japanese look at me like ‘what are you doing?'”Topics : There is also a dearth of prayer spaces in hotels and public areas across the Japanese capital.This is where the Mobile Mosque, a fully-equipped 48-square-metre prayer room that opens up on the back of a parked truck, comes in.The back of the modified truck can be widened in seconds and the vehicle also includes Arabic signage and outdoor water taps for pre-worship cleaning.The Yasu Project, the organisation behind the enterprise, plan on pitching up outside venues during the Olympics, which run from July 24 – Aug. 9. For the thousands of Muslim athletes, officials and supporters arriving in Tokyo for the Olympic Games later this year, it may be a struggle for them to find an appropriate place to pray.The answer might just be found roaming the streets of Tokyo on the back of a truck.By the time the Games start in July, there will be prayer rooms available at the currently under-construction athlete’s village. However, some venues may not have a designated space.
Brazil reported a record 1,349 coronavirus deaths in a 24-hour period Wednesday, the health ministry said, as the pandemic continued to take a grim toll on Latin America’s hardest-hit country.The figure brought the total death toll from the new coronavirus in Brazil to 32,548, with 584,016 confirmed infections — the second-highest caseload worldwide, after the United States.Brazil’s death toll, which has doubled in 17 days, is currently the fourth-highest worldwide, after the US, Britain and Italy. Experts say under-testing in the country of 210 million people means the real numbers are probably much higher.President Jair Bolsonaro has fiercely criticized coronavirus isolation measures, even as the number of infections and deaths continues to soar in Brazil.The far-right leader has urged business leaders to wage “war” on state governors who order stay-at-home measures, arguing they are needlessly hurting Latin America’s biggest economy.Bolsonaro, who famously compared the virus to a “little flu,” appears to have pinned his hopes on the drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine to stop it. Mexico death toll surges Underlining the pandemic’s new epicenter in Latin America, Mexico meanwhile reported more than 1,000 coronavirus-related deaths in a 24-hour period for the first time.The daily death toll of 1,092 was more than double the 470 fatalities reported the day before.Health undersecretary Hugo Lopez-Gatell explained the stark jump by saying that some of the deaths recorded on Wednesday had occurred more than two weeks earlier.The country of more than 120 million people has now recorded 11,729 deaths — the second-highest toll in Latin America, after Brazil — and 101,238 cases, the office said.Despite the rapid rise in cases, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s government began gradually reopening the economy this week, in what he called a transition to “the new normal.”The Pan American Health Organization warned Tuesday of a possible jump in infections in Latin America after some countries, including Mexico, started relaxing stay-at-home measures. He has gone through two health ministers since the pandemic began, firing one and reportedly falling out with the other over his insistence on recommending hydroxychloroquine despite a lack of scientific consensus on its safety and effectiveness against COVID-19.The former number two under ousted health minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta, Joao Gabbardo, told AFP that Brazil was now facing a complex scenario with different trajectories of infection in different regions.”We have several curves,” Gabbardo said, adding Brazil could face a similar situation to Italy, “which had a large number of deaths in the north and not in the south.”Brazil has been hardest hit so far in the southeast — the business and industrial corridor that includes Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro — the impoverished northeast, and the north, including the Amazon region with its vulnerable indigenous population.The impact has been felt less in the south of the country so far.However, Gabbardo warned that if the coronavirus starts to spread rapidly in the south, which is about to hit cold winter temperatures and peak season for respiratory infections, “there could be very high pressure on the health system.” Topics :
United look set to finish outside the top four (Picture: AFP)‘They’ve spent a lot of money but still they have a big job to do,’ Wenger told BeIN Sports.‘What will be interesting in the summer for me is that you have many big clubs who are out to buy players. I think there will be more money than good players on the market.‘So it will not be easy to get it right because you have Real Madrid out there, Bayern Munich out there, Paris Saint-Germain out there, Man United out there, then Arsenal and Chelsea out there on the market’.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsFew could have envisaged the extent of Manchester United’s decline when Sir Alex Ferguson stood down in 2013.Wenger is probably best placed to speak on such a monumental change and the Frenchman says the club’s current state is not just down to Ferguson’s retirement.‘I would say it is because of three main factors, he was a huge personality, Alex Ferguson in the game, and his importance at the club, his quality was dominance. After that, when he stopped I believe it was the end of a generation,’ said Wenger.‘For me the end of the generation was coinciding with Ryan Giggs, an exceptional player who came to an end, and the second thing is the recruitment policy was not successful.‘The older generation was a famous period of United, so they lost the quality and the spirit because all these players were ready to die for Manchester United, plus the players they bought have not all been successful.‘All these three things together show that it’s not easy to keep continued success, it’s going in cycles up and down.’MORE: Gary Neville critical of Manchester United’s handling of Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford Advertisement Comment Arsene Wenger fires transfer warning at Manchester United Metro Sport ReporterSunday 28 Apr 2019 11:25 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link548Shares Arsene Wenger has a warning for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Picture: BeIn Sports)Arsene Wenger has warned Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he faces a mammoth task to get the club back on track.United’s hopes of finishing in the top four are hanging by a thread after they failed to capitalise on defeats above them with a 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Old Trafford.The draw means United have won just two of their last ten matches and there’s likely to be a mass exodus at the club this summer with the likes of Ander Herrera, Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo all likely to depart.AdvertisementAdvertisementHowever, attracting players to the club without the lure of Champions League football will make things even more difficult and Wenger has warned Solskjaer he’s already flagging behind Europe’s elite.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement