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  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Post-accident procedures

    No matter what precautions you may take, or what procedures you may have in place, the possibility of a serious accident at work can never be ruled out. In such an event, an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) would inevitably follow with the possibility of a prosecution ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Business Leaders' Garden City event

    In April this year Golding Homes’ Director of Regeneration and Development, Chris Blundell, was shortlisted for the prestigious Wolfson Economics Prize for his response to the question on ‘How would you deliver a new garden city which is visionary, economically viable, and ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Top agri accidents

    Farming is a hazardous industry and in the last ten years almost one person a week has been killed as a result of agricultural work and many more have been seriously injured. Good farmers and employers should recognise the benefits of maintaining high standards of health and safety and ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Howzat By cricket correspondent David C Brown

    At the time of writing Gullands has played three matches this season at The Mote in Maidstone, with another two scheduled for the rest of the summer. Read on to find out how the team have fared. The first was against our friends from Lambert & Foster. On a sunny evening in early June Gullands ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    The Weald of Kent Ploughing Match

    The annual ploughing matches will once again be taking place across the county this autumn. The largest, the Weald of Kent Ploughing Match, will take place on Saturday 20 September 2014 at Gatehouse Farm, Marden, TN12 9SG. As well as the ploughing competitions there will also be a true ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Gullands puts on thinking caps to raise £1,250 for the Heart of Kent Hospice

    Gullands hosted a corporate quiz night on Monday 16 June at Maidstone United’s Gallagher Stadium and raised £1,250 for the Heart of Kent Hospice. Nine teams from the local business community, including Barclays, BTF Partnership, Crowe Clark Whitehill, Invicta IFA, DSH, NatWest and ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Gullands enjoy a day on the green

    Gullands joined NatWest and around 80 other golfers on 9th June at the Weald of Kent Golf Club to raise over £5,000 for children’s hospice Demelza. The Gullands team comprised David Brown with a handicap of 27, Barrie Jones with a handicap of 18, Martin Curd, from Birkby Construction ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    R.A.B.I dinner raises £10,000

    Blair Gulland joined the Kent division of The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (R.A.B.I) at Frasers Barn, in Egerton, earlier this year to celebrate Great British Beef Week and to raise money for the charity. “Over 200 were in attendance and we enjoyed a glorious roast dinner with ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    On your bike...

    Gullands proudly sponsored Philip Le Grys on a charity bike ride from London to Brighton on Sunday 15 June in aid of the British Heart foundation. Philip was one of 40,000 cyclists to successfully finish the 54 mile route which began in Clapham Common and finished on Brighton’s sea front, ...

  • Friday 12th September 2014

    Taking an early look at the battle for No.10

    The 2015 general election might seem a long way off but many will soon begin predicting who will win, who will lose their seat and whether there will be an outright winning party ruling once again. Will we be faced with another coalition? How will UKIP do following their success at the ...

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