Rolling Stonehage

Previous articleRBC in the Super League
Next articleTwo way Street

Stonehage Fleming made a formal presentation to the Jersey Sports Association for the Disabled (JSAD) of 3 new sports wheelchairs that they helped to fund in partnership with the Lady Taverners Charity. Attached is a picture of the occasion with Lauren Syddall, Senior Associate, representing them (back right). The JSAD were extremely grateful for these essential additions to their stock and will help the organisation in giving access to various disabled sporting activities for the island. They will also be used in the Jersey Wheelchair Basketball Outreach Programme later in the year (November), which Stonehage Fleming will also be supporting. Outreach 2018 event is a week-long programme whereby 8-10 Jersey schools are visited and 20+ students at each school are introduced to, and given training in, wheelchair basketball. This is part of the schools’ curriculum in diversity/inclusivity.

- A word from our sposor -

Will Holland: Big Cheese

The Atlantic's Executive Chef, Will Holland will be joining James Martin, Michel Roux Jr, Marco Pierre White and a host of other celebrity chefs...

Hello Sunshine

With panoramic views of St Aubin’s Bay and the sight of yachts gently bobbing up and down in the marina quite literally on your...

Dragonboats 2022

DRAGONBOAT FESTIVAL The Albert Pier. 18th September Since 1997, thousands of people in Jersey have raced dragon boats and raised more than £700,000 for Jersey Hospice Care....