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GEMMA’S Joggers In Jamas have raised more than £1,415 for Cancer Research UK by taking part in the Race For Life.


The 14 lovely ladies, including Becky, Lynnette,


Emma, Vicky, Thalia, Sandra, Barbara, Michelle, Tiffany, Kerrie, Paula and Alex, donned their pyjamas and running shoes for the fi ve km event in Basingstoke on June 17, along with 3,000 other women. The team received a few shout-outs from the local Heart FM DJ who took a liking to their name as he covered the event, one of Cancer Research UK’s series of fi ve and 10k women-only events raising money to beat the 200 types of the disease sooner. They all completed the course with some running, some jogging and - apparently - some enjoying a lovely, leisurely walk n the cool evening breeze. The Andover-based fi rm is certainly a healthy one, with a 10-member badminton team playing weekly and staff staking part in local football leagues - and HR manager Jane Parkinson recently completed the Coast To Coast bike ride.


The keen cycclist and sailor is about to set off again on the Dorset Bike Ride in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.


Eight male staff members are gearing themselves up for the muddy three-mile and 15 insade obstacles that make up the in the Spartan Sprint in East Sussex on August 25. T: 01264 388400 www.gemma-international.co.uk


Extra day a week for Mark


Happy 60th to Trevor!


WHAT happens in Vegas stays in Vegas – but we’ll be asking Danilo’s Trevor Jones for the lowdown on his birthday celebrations. Trevor’s 60th just happened to coincide with the Licensing Expo in America’s capital of fun where a good time was had by all according to this tweet from Ian Downes at Start Licensing. www.danilo.com


MARK Stockin has been appointed as the new customer services manager for Eight Days A Week. Mark’s career spans 25 years, having worked in a number of print companies in the West Midlands and Derby since leaving Wolverhapton University with a degree in economics.


He went straight into the industry , working across many sectors including commercial and packaging print, greetings cards and gift vouchers. “He also spent several years working in calendar


production,” said Eight Days A Week director Nigel Green, “which has been a major factor in securing this important position. “Mark will ensure a seamless transition for our customers who previously worked with Jane Bunclark, who left the company last month to pursue other interests.


“He will help to maintain the absolute highest levels of quality and customer service that I know people have come to expect and enjoy.” Mark will report in to Alltrade Printers but will work closely with Nigel and the Eight Days A Week team. Nigel himself recently attended a seminar on the Power Of The Mind In Business featuring famous


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hypnotist and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) practitioner,Paul McKenna. Nigel was so impressed with the seminar that he asked Paul McKenna to pose with him for a photograph - pictured above - to commemorate the occasion! Coming up to the company’s 10th anniversary celebrations in November, Nigel is keen to give something back, so is passionate about getting young people into the industry He works with the National


Apprenticeship Service and SSC


Learning to give youngsters the chance to learn the trade and currently has two apprentices. Tanaiya Augustine, above left, is working with the calendar shop business while Lewis Caswell, above right, works directly for Eight Days A Week. T: 08432 898074 www.eightdaysaweek.co.uk


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