With three amazing hampers to win with a German Christmas Market theme November’s Charity day was a great success. Read the rest of this entry »
We are hiring.
If you would like to work for NCI Insurance Services or Rescuemycar.com please have a listen to our Managing Director Neil talking to Harrogate’s Stray FM. Neil discusses all the posts that are available and gives an insight into the history of NCI, plus the visions for the latest recruitment drive. Read the rest of this entry »
Children In Need Friday 13th November 2015
we are looking to raise £500 which the Directors will match fund so our overall target is £1000.
Fund raising has already started and we have so far raised £166, this has mainly come from a sponsored leg waxing
Other fundraisers are as follows:
Craft/Book stall which started Monday
Pudsey pots – for everyone to pop their spare change in
Sell Your Skill – people can bid in a silent auction on skills that their colleagues are happy to share, these include learning to climb, a haircut from a Vidal Sassoon trained stylist, hand knitted or crotchet toy of your choice- we are a talented bunch at RMC.
On the day
Morning tea-run with a difference – the Directors will be making tea for all employees (staff be as awkward as possible, think DIVAS)
Dress down day – with a prize for the best PJs – the prize has been donated byhttp://
Cake sale and more leg waxing.
It should be a very fun day and let’s hope we can reach our target.
Britain’s leading supermarket fuel retailers look to be on course for a price war on fuel and some experts predict that prices may drop to below £1 per litre.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons all reduced fuel cost by 2p a litre over the past weekend. Asda have diesel at a guaranteed 106.7p per litre, which is cheaper than unleaded which will cost no more than 109.7p nationwide.
Brent crude oil is now almost 25% cheaper than it was 2 months ago and is just half a dollar from being the lowest price this year. To see the latest oil prices please click here.
Experts predicted that if crude fell to under $40 per barrel than the prospect of the sub £1 per litre will make a return, today it closed at $39 per barrel so all eyes will be on the retailers to see who reacts first.
With the strong pound and falling oil prices, this is all great news for the British motorist.