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Friday, May 12, 2017

Rotary Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival 2017

It was an absolute delight to attend the wonderful 2017 Royal Windsor & Eton club Jaguar Festival arranged by the Rotary club team.






Over 2,000 Jaguar cars joined the colourful parade on the high street of the historic town of Windsor in Berkshire, UK passing by the Guild Hall where superb commentary was shared by Jaguar teams.
As I am a member of Rotary I am able to attend any club in the world so of course I also attended the Welcome Buffet at the Castle Hotel with hundreds of Jaguar owners, businesses & the Rotary club team. I was also very fortunate to sit next to the Major of Eton so was able to network and share more info about my work with W1PR and Rotary International as an Image team member covering the UK.
On the Saturday Morning the Windsor & Eton Rotary club met to manage event duties together with the local council and police. I had a very important job collecting entrance charges & making sure visitors were met and advised accordingly about the event.
The whole event was managed beautifully and also gave me and all the guests a unique experience to see and even sit in some of the most treasured Jaguar cars in the world.
My special thanks to the members of the Windsor & Eton Rotary club that where so very very kind and helpful in every way I could ever image and so definitely worth a visit if you are looking to learn more about Rotary in the Royal county of Berkshire.
Here is a link to my twitter post: https://goo.gl/photos/G3j323ZYVexbP9KF9 my Twitter  

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Rotary UK President Interview

Take a look at @kazaston's Tweet: https://twitter.com/kazaston/status/836911415533371392?s=09

Thursday, March 2, 2017

The #Probate debate & latest news.

On the 2nd of March 2017 I read the following headlines about: Probate
Worth a read......

•Probate fees set to rise by up to 93 times their current level for families
•Fees would reach £20,000 for the most valuable estates, constituting a stealth tax on death
•Families face having to pay these bills upfront in order to gain access to their inheritance

The Government’s decision to increase probate fees from £215, or £155 if families are using a solicitor, to a tiered system based on the value of the estate is patently unfair for many families according to Kings Court Trust, one of the UK’s largest estate administration specialists.

While those inheriting estates worth less than £50,000 will no longer pay for probate, all other estates will be subject to increased fees in line with the value of the estate in question. For example, the fees associated with an estate valued at £150,000 will increase by 40% to £300, while a family inheriting an estate worth £500,000 would need to find £4,000 to cover the cost of probate. The fees increase dramatically on a sliding scale, up to a maximum of £20,000 for the wealthiest estates.

Interesting....

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Fab #London Rental Accommodation Options

Just want to share info about #myrooms a super accommodation finder for people of all ages, occupations & back grounds.
Very good as also helps students find house shares as very good prices.
Here is their website: MY ROOMS