Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, I hope 2019 brings you joy and prosperity. Thank you to all who posted this year and helped grow our community.

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Guidance from Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service to keep you safe at home this Winter

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We have a vacancy for a creative, hard working, diligent kind of person. Have a look at our Facebook page. If you would like to help make these kinds of items, please get in touch. If you know someone who this might suit - name check them. - https://www.facebook.com/Sandblastsignco
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Tickets available now!

Great chance to network, find some hidden gems close to home, and build new relationships

If you'd like to come along, drop us a message and we'll give you the details...see you there!

#MSBusEx #suffolk #business #local #network

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I’m very excited to be completing a marathon dog walk this June to raise funds for Service Dogs UK
Being a military wife with family links to the RNLI, Service Dogs UK was an obvious choice to be my charity to support.
Are you veteran? Or do you know someone struggling with PTSD through serving?
Service dogs UK trains and provides assistance dogs, selected carefully from mainly rescue, to support members of the Armed Forces, Emergency Services, Coast Guard & RNLI Who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
If you would like more information or are able to help please message me. You can also donate via my just giving page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/suffolkdogwalkingservices #suffolkdogservices
Read Karen's story
Read Karen's story
justgiving.com

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Our MD attended @normitnorfolk business continuity course yesterday. Read his thoughts and more about Normit here: http://norfolksafety.org/news/business-continuity-dont-wait-disaster-strikes/

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Most of these posts are very old. How many people are active?

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A #responsive #WordPress site I completed last week for a Facilities Management provider based in ‪‎Coventry - http://nfg-facilitiesservices.co.uk/ #facilities  

Email etiquette - Always capitalise someones first name in an email - if you don't it shows you consider them unimportant. Refrain from using capitals and loads of exclamation marks - this comes across as you are shouting and can appear rude.
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