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Golf stars make Nailcote return


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F1 legend Nigel Mansell and 2005 US Open winner Michael Campbell are just two of the leading celebrities to confirm they will be playing at the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship to be held at Nailcote Hall, Balsall Common, on 26-29 July. The public is welcome to attend


the event, which will be covered by Sky Sports. One of the biggest golfing events


in England, the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship will this year increase its prize fund by 20 per cent to a record €150,000, with the winner taking home a cheque for €50,000. Rick Cressman, owner of Nailcote Hall where the Championship is hosted


Michael Campbell, US Open winner


each year, said: “The increase in prize fund is another step forward for this special event and we are delighted to host the Championship which continues to develop and expand year after year.” The 2016 edition of the Championship will be hosted for the ninth


successive year by two-time Major winner and the most successful Ryder Cup captain of all-time, Tony Jacklin, who said: “I’ve had a long association with the Championship and it’s been a pleasure to see it grow in size and stature. When I first started hosting the event, the first prize was £5,000 and now it’s €50,000 which just shows you the progress that has been made in such a short space of time.” Also taking part in the Championship will be last year’s winner, Barry


Lane welcome back Ryder Cup player and 2015 British Par 3 Championship winner Barry Lane to defend his title this year. The event will also play host to two Celeb-Am days.


Alliance with Archant


Privately-owned media company Archant has appointed leasing and fleet management specialist Fleet Alliance to help cut costs and improve driver support across its fleet of more than 330 company cars. Archant is the fifth largest


regional newspaper publisher and the largest publisher of regional and local lifestyle magazines and specialist magazine titles in the UK. It also owns a broad


portfolio of digital media assets and marketing services, including a variety of mobile apps, as well as Mustard TV in Norwich. The fleet is used by sales and


editorial staff and management. The company also has an


New recruit: Stephen Newman with Jackie Hendley


environmental agenda and incentivises all staff who are eligible for a company car to choose the lowest carbon-emitting vehicles in return for the payment of a green bonus. Take-up of the green option is


currently running at over 30 per cent amongst Archant staff and


Fleet Alliance will now look to build on this through a number of new initiatives, including the proposed introduction of petrol-electric and diesel-electric hybrids and pure electric vehicle options for the fleet. To improve levels of support to Archant company car drivers, Fleet Alliance is also rolling out its award-winning e-fleet mobile app. The app provides drivers with direct access to all key support services, ensuring they get the help they need quickly without


having to search for the required contact details. Greg Parton (pictured), group


head of procurement and sustainability at Archant, said: “Through appointing Fleet Alliance, we are looking to build on the excellent green record we have achieved across our fleets, as well as reducing costs in key areas. Fleet Alliance managing director


Martin Brown said: “We are thrilled to welcome Archant as our newest client to an expanding customer base.”


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