The team, 25 of us in total, arrived in Cusco after 24 hours of travelling and we had some time to get used to the altitude at 3,500m above sea level. The following day we took the early train to Machu Picchu which climbed out of the Cusco valley, passing through the spectacular plains around…
In addition to coping with the altitude, the hills and camping, I also aim to raise £6,000 for The Openwork Foundation’s Cares 4 Kids Appeal. The Foundation supports voluntary organisations across the UK and overseas helping socially, mentally or physically disadvantaged children. Further details can be found at The Openwork Foundation. At the end of…
Omnis Investments – Greece update – July 2015
Sonia and Mat battled the torrential wind and rain on Sunday 10 August to finish the Pru100 Ride London-Surrey in just over 5 hours! We are delighted to have raised more money for The Openwork Foundation
I am delighted to announce that Essential Wealth was a finalist at the Retirement Planner Awards 2014 held in London on 11th June.
Essential Wealth hosted its first Black Tie Charity Dinner for Clients, Associated Professionals and Partner Companies on 8th May 2014 at The Lansdowne Club in Mayfair. We celebrated Helen Newport’s retirement and through our Charity Auction raised £16,255 for Young Carers, a charity supported by The Openwork Foundation.
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Managing Director Sonia Wheeler and Technical Assistant/Mortgage Adviser Mathew Bonney are taking part in the Prudential RideLondon100 on 10th August. They will be racing 100 miles on bikes in aid of The Openwork Foundation, supporting disadvantaged children. In 2013 Essential Wealth raised £5,000 for The Foundation.
Hannah Turley passed the CII Investment Principles and Risk exam. Hannah said… It was a hard exam and I am delighted!
Sonia participated in a 450km cycle challenge in the humidity and 40c heat of Vietnam and Cambodia over six days across challenging terrain and traffic conditions. We were delighted to have raised £5,000 for The Foundation and the group (35 cyclists) raised over £137,000. News about our next challenge will be coming soon.