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  • The directors and staff from Ogilvie Fleet are delighted to announce the four charities we will be supporting this Christmas, in lieu of our usual corporate gifts. Each office has selected a local charity to make a donation to and help them to continue the critical work each of them does. The four charities we have selected are: Start Up StirlingStart Up Stirling has been supporting local people in need since 1994. The project is focussed on relieving poverty, suffering and distress of people in crisis across Stirlingshire through food banks, helper packs including essential household items and financial ...
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  • Ogilvie Fleet, one of the UK’s leading contract hire and leasing companies, are celebrating a 10 year partnership with the Sheffield Steelers. Ogilvie opened an office in Chapeltown a decade ago as a customer service and sales base for the north of England with just 6 members of staff. That number has now risen to over 30, with 5 of the original 6 still employed by Ogilvie. Ogilvie’s long-standing relationship with the Steelers has included shirt sponsorship, dasher boards and sponsored games, with this year’s support including the warm-up shirts and the Ogilvie logo on the ice. Ogilvie Fleet ...
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  • You’ve sold your existing property, you’ve got your mortgage sorted out and you’re about to pick up the keys to your new home – you can imagine the added pressure of moving home at Christmas between shopping for presents and organising Christmas day dinner. However, with careful planning, it doesn’t have to be that stressful. We all dream of a white Christmas, playing in the snow with the family and building a snowman, but snow on the day you’re moving can be a hinderance, so make sure you have plenty salt to put on your path, driveway and even the ...
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  • Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivered his second Budget speech today (Wednesday, November 22, 2017). Below we highlight the Chancellor’s key Budget measures that will impact on the company car and van sector and wider motor industry. ...
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  • 21st November 2017
    Living in Laurieston
    More and more people like to separate their home life from their work life, which is why living and working in the same town doesn’t have the same appeal that it used to have. With better road links, more advanced public transport and even the ability to work from home with today’s technology, it’s not surprising that people want to move out of the city where they work to enjoy a more relaxed way of life. The good news is you don’t have to move out to the wild countryside, at Laurieston you can experience the best of both worlds. ...
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