This day in 1940 British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gave an impassioned speech and praised the efforts of British serviceman who were fighting in World War 2, saying, “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.”
Seventy years on and the whole country still owes a massive debt to the armed forces fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq. Train4TradeSkills is a proud supporter of Holidays4Heroes and is pleased to announce the recipient of the latest holiday is Liam Brentley. The 25 year old was shot through the head while serving with the Royal Marines in Afghanistan’s Helmand province and miracously survived and is currently recovering from his injuries.
In an extremely kind gesture from Holidays4Heroes co-ordinator Major Terry Butterworth, along with AquaCity founder and CEO Jan Telensky, have given the former Sheffield Eagles rugby player a free week-long holiday for Liam and his whole family at AquaCity, which has been named the world’s number one green resort for the second consecutive year.
AquaCity is a luxury, five-star resort in Slovakia that uses natural energy to power its hotels, water park, spas and all of the facilities on offer, whilst saving money through using green energy and conserving the environment.
The value of an education at the University of Bedfordshire as a gateway to a better job was underlined this week as the University celebrated the graduation of hundreds of its students in Luton.
The first of its ceremonies on Tuesday (21 July) was broadcast live on the BBC Radio 5 Live Victoria Derbyshire Show which discussed the subject of graduate employment.
The distinguished Fleet Street journalist, broadcaster and writer Geoffrey Goodman was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Arts. Entrepreneur and businessman Jan Telensky was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Business Administration while Derek Ludlow CBE, chairman and owner of the Ludlow group of companies was awarded an Honorary Fellowship in recognition of his outstanding service to the University.
Generous Luton businessman Jan Telensky has put a smile on the faces of pupils at Markyate Village School after providing them with a brand new PC suite with £15,000 worth of computers and IT equipment.
The equipment was delivered and installed at the end of June by a team of IT technicians provided by Mr Telensky. Mr Telensky officially opened the new IT Suite during the schools Open Evening.
The children at MarkyateVillage School have already started using the new computers and they are already beginning to have an impact. One of the pupils said of the new IT suite “Kinda speechless, really cool”. Another said “Really good to use, much quicker than the old ones.”
Head teacher, Mr Jon Hood said “I would like to express my gratitude on behalf of the staff and pupils for Mr Telensky’s extremely kind and generous donation of new computers for our suite. The new machines not only look fantastic but a re a huge improvement on the old computers.”
He continued “ICT is a hugely important area of the curriculum and we are now able to support the work of the children with our new mini-suites around the school. Good ICT skills help the children become more independent in their learning and help to motivate pupils in their learning.
Mr Telensky said, “Education is very important and children deserve the best facilities available to enhance the learning experience. IT skills are an important part of our future and IT will definitely play an important part in their futures.
Mr. Telensky has previously dontated a number of computers to Flamsted Village School and recently dontated donated £60,000 worth of state of the art computer equipment to the University of Bedfordshire, to enable the University to open a new Forensics Laboratory.