Ainsley Gill, McPhersons director, was one of the lucky guests of Let’s Do Business last weekend at Crowhurst Cricket Club. The club were entertaining the world famous Lashings All Stars. Guests enjoyed a junior tournament, corporate hospitality lunch, followed by
As part of our commitment to donate to B1G1 each time a new client chooses McPhersons, our impact on global projects is increasing. Just this week, two Kenyan families have been given a goat with breeding infrastructure. While the breeding
Phillip Selby from McPhersons took part in an annual charity football match on 30th May at Horntye Park to remember Tim O’Reilly who died suddenly four years ago of cancer. Tim’s two sons have set the tradition and each year
Sunset Screenings in association with McPhersons Chartered Accountants Films are shown on the sea-facing wall at sunset (approx. 8.30pm). Dress up warm and bring something to sit on! The film times and dates can be found below: Sat 18th July
McPhersons sponsor Best Start-up Business at the 1066 Awards 2015.
The latest draw for the McPhersons dress down Friday donations was won by Julia Beaney who has selected the Bluebell Ridge RSPCA Cat rehoming centre. Bluebell Ridge is owned and operated by the Sussex East and Hastings Branch of the
The McPhersons team have partnered with B1G1 to incorporate giving into their daily business. B1G1 (Buy1GIVE1) was founded in 2007 when a group of business owners realised it was too difficult to give back effectively while running their own businesses.
The lastest monies from dress down Fridays have been counted and David Winchester at McPhersons has chosen Christian Aid as the charity to benefit. Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed
The staff at McPhersons have raised an impressive £162 from their Macmillan Coffee morning this year – all in a days work. Cakes…and more cakes!
Lloyds in Devonshire Road, Bexhill held a Charity raffle for Glyne Gap School on 9th October. Glyne Gap School is a day school for children with special needs. It caters for up to 110 pupils aged 2-19. Most pupils at the