How to Welcome People With Mobility Impairments to Your Place of Worship

Creating a diverse, well-bonded community of likeminded individuals is essential for any place of worship. In order to create this community, you need to make sure your church, mosque, temple, or other religious building is accessible to as many people as possible. Is your place of worship adapted to meet the needs of worshippers with mobility impairments and physical disabilities? Here are the 4 main criteria you need to meet. Read More 

The Benefits of Differing Anode Materials

In the main, three metals are used as sacrificial anodes. They are magnesium, aluminium and zinc. When acting as a galvanic anode in a sacrificial way, they each protect metallic substructures which are buried, submerged or sometimes simply exposed to moisture in the air. They have differing properties, however, so it is important to know about these before selecting one metal for the job, depending on the application at hand. Read More 

How To Spot Big Deep Sea Fish From Your Charter Boat

If you're planning a day's deep sea fishing with your mates, you'll want to know how to spot those really big catches from the boat.  There are some sure signs that something huge lurks beneath the waves; read on to find out what to look for. Locating and catching bait Before you can start serious fishing, you will need to secure yourself plenty of bait.  Keep an eye out for patches of disturbed water with intermittent white-water pops. Read More 

Retro, Vintage, and Antique Jewellery - What’s The Difference?

When buying old jewellery, you'll notice that some pieces are marked as antique, some as retro, and some as vintage.  The category into which a piece falls can have a big influence on price and future value.  So, what's the difference between each and what factors determine the category into which a piece falls?  Read on for more information. Vintage jewellery For jewellery to be classified as vintage, it should be at least 20 years old. Read More 

Improving the value of your business before you sell it

If you are looking to sell your business in the future you might be wondering how much your business is currently worth and what actions you can take between now and the sale time to maximise the value of your business. It can be useful in this situation to get a management consultant in to calculate an indicative valuation of your company and help identify opportunities to improve the value of your business. Read More