We have taken the time to consider WHO documentation on the current pandemic, its causes, effects and impact.  We believe that our planet and its people should always be the principal consideration and that sensible authoritative decision making is the best way to manage in these circumstances.

Across the UK we have a number of friends, colleagues and clients who have had the virus.  One, who has sadly passed away.  The message which comes through is very clear:

“we would not wish this on our worst enemy”

Additionally, all have said that it leaves them feeling very tired and different people have had to take differing times to recover.  It can be months.

Consequently, we believe that the best position for us to take is to protect ourselves so that we can continue to support you.  If we become ill, we cannot support you, so bear with us and accept that since the majority of our work can be done online be it website support/hosting issues or remote management we will be able to support you.

We will ease into visiting clients having meetings in person during the summer of 2021 subject to our interpretation of the latest data irrespective of government guidelines.


Many thanks to Mr T Parnell who’s image of Muirhouse, Stow (on the front page slide which took you to this page) we have apapted under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike v2.0 licence