10Eighty appoints Clancy Murphy as Non-Executive Director

Clancy Murphy - Non-Executive Director

We are delighted to announce that Clancy Murphy has recently joined 10Eighty as a Non-Executive Director.

Clancy’s remit is to bring fresh ideas, debate and challenge preconceptions about how 10Eighty currently does things. She will also help us to become more focused on new product offerings and better understand our target market.

Our CEO Michael Moran said: “Clancy’s appointment is a breath of fresh air. 10Eighty is determined to make significant progress and growth over the next 12 months and I’m confident that Clancy is the best person to help make this happen.”

Clancy Murphy - Non-Executive DirectorClancy will be bringing some substantial experience to the 10Eighty party. She worked at Deloittes for 20 years where she set up their experienced hire recruitment function and got involved in several projects to help reshape the company for growth. She was also the first female Executive Committee member at Equiniti.

In her most recent role at Drax, the international executive search firm, she built and led a high-quality Leadership Advisory Practice for CEOs, Chairmen and PE investors that supported the development of high performing leadership teams.

Clancy told us “I’m very excited to be joining 10Eighty in a capacity of Non-Executive Director. As an organisation, 10Eighty do not shy away from criticism and are very open to new ideas and approaches. In my work as a coach and mentor, I regularly see significant results from challenging the norm, and Michael tells me he’s ready for the challenge!”

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Christmastime is here – happiness and cheer at the 10Eighty Xmas Party


They say as you get older, the years seem to pass by more quickly. So call us ‘old’ because by the time the 10Eighty Christmas Party on Monday 27 November at the Royal Exchange came around we couldn’t believe it was 12 months since the last one!


We were joined by 90 people for the festivities and some impressive festive refreshments which included homemade lemonade, beers and a plentiful supply of white i.e. Blanc de Blanc-Sec, Jean-Paul Gascogne (no relation to Newcastle’s famous son Gazza) and red i.e. Rhone, France, 2015 and Cuvée Jean Paul Rouge, Pays De Vaucluse, Rhône France 2015.


The canapes did flow and included some yummy bite-sized morsels: cured beef carpaccio on toasted crostini with rocket pesto and truffle oil, duck breast, hoisin sauce, spring onion in a pancake wrap, a soft-boiled quail egg sesame & ginger relish on rye toast, grilled lamb skewers with green harissa dipping, chicken satay with peanut butter and coconut dipping and roasted fennel sausages, honey mustard glaze.


Meat dodgers were well served with parmesan creme, sable tartlet poached pear, balsamic and spicy Spanish omelette with pequillo peppers on a brioche bun.


Everyone took part in a raffle to raise money for Crisis at Christmas who support people out of homelessness for good. They do this through education, training and support with housing, employment and health and they offer one-to-one support, advice and courses for homeless people in 12 areas across England, Scotland and Wales.


We raised £780 on the night, which 10Eighty will match, so £1560 will go towards supporting homeless people this Christmas.

1st prize in the raffle was a £100 Christmas hamper and 2nd prize a £50 John Lewis voucher – congratulations to winners Urvashi Desai, Strategic HR Business Partner at The Crown Estate and Paul Chappell.

Mid-way through proceeding CEO Michael gave one of his 90-second ‘thank you’ speeches which obviously included Christmas and New Year wishes too.

Although ‘last orders’ were officially 9pm, everyone enjoyed themselves so much, the festivities drew to a close around 10pm.10Eighty-Christmas-2017

Thanks to all our clients, associates and friends who joined us on Monday. Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year from everyone at 10Eighty!


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10Eighty at the Global Outplacement Alliance Conference 2017


Michael Moran, 10Eighty’s CEO spoke at the Global Outplacement Alliance conference and was joined by our Head of Leadership Development Joan O’Connor for the 2-day event which took place on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 October 2017 at Guernsey’s Newport Resort & Marina in Newport, Rhode Island.

The Global Outplacement Alliance is a network of national and international career service specialists that provide ‘seamless, best in industry career management, outplacement, and talent management services.’

10Eighty has been a GOA partner since January 2016. GOA partners provide outplacement services for businesses, non-profit organizations, education-related ventures, municipalities, and other employers. They also provide coaching, career advancement, spousal employment assistance and other services to help clients advance to the next stage in their career.

This year’s conference was hosted by Peggy McHugh and Laura Poisson of ClearRock, Inc and it included many speakers including:

Sandra Long, Author/Speaker/Consultant, Post Road Consulting who looked at ‘LinkedIn for Personal & Professional Branding’.

Laura Poisson, ClearRock who spoke on the trends and statistics of GOA Partners and The Future of Outplacement, which was followed by a group discussion.

John Humphrey and Deeta Lonergan discussed the “Process for Addressing Quality Issues” and Michael led a session on membership of Association of Career Firms Europe (ACF Europe).

To add some context, 10Eighty joined ACF Europe 5 years ago and the organisation itself began over 20 years ago to bring together and represent the interests of the European outplacement industry.

A non-profit organisation, ACF Europe represents more than 100 companies in the career management industry across Europe and has strong links with the EU. Their goal is to raise awareness across Europe on effective outplacement.

In his talk Michael covered the key objectives of ACF Europe such as ‘provide a voice for the Career Industry at Government and key stakeholder level’ and ‘to provide research and project capability to ensure innovation in our sector’. He advocated that members of GOA become active participants of the ACF with a view to providing thought leadership on both a local and global stage.


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If you would like to find out more about the work of ACF Europe and the GOA please get in touch.

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10Eighty finalist in 2017 UK & European Employee Engagement Awards


We were delighted to discover on Friday that 10Eighty is a finalist in the 2017 UK & European Employee Engagement Awards for the category of ‘Employee Engagement Vendor of the Year Award’.

It’s the first and only global dedicated Employee Engagement Awards that aims to inspire and educate people to change how their organisations think about and engage with their people to achieve their goals.

This now annual event provides a platform to recognise excellence in engagement that inspires action and drives the industry and progresses the employee experience agenda.

10Eighty’s CEO Michael Moran tweeted his pleasure about the news

ds-smith-engaging-mangersMBNA Employee EngagementAnd he told us: “I am delighted that we have been shortlisted for this award. It reflects the hard work and dedication of our team and the great success we have enjoyed driving employee engagement with businesses such as DS Smith and MBNA.” (Click on the thumbnail images for more information about each project).

The Gala Awards dinner is taking place at the home of England and Spurs (temporarily), Wembley Stadium on Thursday, January 25, 2018. TV presenter, Rick Edwards, who you may know from Channel 4’s Paralympics and athletes coverage, is compering the awards evening and musical duo Feathers & Dice will be leading after-dinner entertainment.

Some of the finalists will be selected to present their case studies at the 2018 Employee Engagement Conference which takes place next spring in a best-in-class conference for the Employee Engagement industry.

You can follow our fortunes next month via the hashtag #EmployeeEngagement on LinkedIn and Twitter account @ee_awards.

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Our Kiwi partner Fuel50 raises $2.5m


Fuel50-LogoWe were delighted to recently hear the news that our New Zealand partner, Fuel50, who developed the career pathing software CareerCENTRE™ (known as Fuel50 in other countries) raised $2.5 million in Series A funding, which brings total funding to an impressive $4.6 million.

Two prominent southern California firms, Rincon Venture Partners and Bonfire Ventures led this latest round of funding

The funding will help Fuel50 and 10Eighty to continue enabling leaders to engage and motivate their teams, and empower employees to have a visible career path in their organisation.

With high-quality candidates in short supply and increasing costs of talent turnover, career pathing has become more critical than ever – Deloitte named career pathing a key area that organisations should focus on.

More than 80 percent of companies want better talent mobility while 70 percent of employees leave due to lack of career development and growth opportunities.

Solutions that impact on engagement

The technology in CareerCENTRE™ addresses these gaps with solutions that directly impact on engagement, performance and retention — enabling employees to drive their own growth and performance within an organization.

Anne Fulton, CEO and Co-Founder, Fuel50 said:

“The way talent traditionally climbs the career ladder and develops skills is broken, leaving talent frustrated and companies lacking the levels of engagement and performance required to move at the pace of business today,”

“In our short history, our customers have already realised real engagement wins while top talent has developed in meaningful ways. We’ll use our funding to service our growing corps of clients and to expand our reach even further around the world.”

The funding round also introduces Jim Andelman, co-founder and Managing Director of Rincon Venture Partners and Bonfire, to Fuel50’s board.

“Career pathing is one of the next frontiers of HR technology, and Fuel50 is at the forefront of this shift, equipping companies with the tools and technology to give their talent a meaningful career trajectory,” commented Andelman.

Launched in 2014 by co-founders Anne Fulton and Jo Mills, Fuel50 (aka CareerCENTRE™) is currently used by 75 Fortune 500 companies, across 33 countries and in 28 languages, supporting hundreds of thousands of employees.

Find out more

If you would like to find out more about CareerCENTRE™ please click here.

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Save Time Save Money Save Stress in Solihull


We are pleased to let you know that the West Midlands date in the national Workplace Mediation event series ‘Save Time, Save Money, Save Stress – Resolution at Work’ is taking place on Thursday 19th October 2017 at Lloyds Banking Group, Group Learning Centre, Creynolds Lane, Solihull, B90 4ES.

The event is designed to be informative and interactive with audience polling, and case studies from a range of organisations from the public and private sectors. It will be focussed on helping you sell the benefits of mediation and facilitation within your organisation.


Speaker sessions

Workplace Conflict Interactive Session with Audience Polling – Professor Paul Latreille, Professor of Management and Deputy Vice-President (Education), The University of Sheffield

The Evolution of Mediation within Lloyds Banking Group – Jackie Carey-Smith, Issue Resolution Team Manager, Lloyds Banking Group

Introducing an Internal Workplace Mediation Scheme – The Journey Catherine Anderson, Learning & Organisational Development Manager, One Source

How I saw the Light: Moving from Sceptic to Convert – Karl Cockerill, Health & Wellbeing Practitioner & Mediation Coordinator, ELHT NHS Trust

Successful Mediations in Practice – Anne Pemberton, Patient experience Operational Manager, Birmingham Community NHS

The Challenge to Have Courageous Conversations – Bruno Daniel, Senior Officer, Royal College of Nursing

Unsuccessful mediations – Turning Refusal or Failure to Your Advantage – David Whincup, Partner, Head of Employment, London, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP

Audience and Panel Q&A
Rebecca Foreman, Director of Operations, CMP
Pat Hicks, Senior Adviser, Acas
David Whincup, Partner, Head of Employment, London Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP Moderator Pamela Whitehead, ADR-ODR International
Paul Christer, Lloyds Banking Group


2: 45pm – Registration
3.15pm – 6.15pm – Conference – important insights into the process of making mediation the default option in workplace and employment disputes.
6.15pm onwards – Drinks reception.

Book your place

It’s not too late to join us at this event tomorrow, please click here to secure your place.

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We’re in HR Grapevine’s Guide to Outplacement & Career Transition 2017/18


We wanted to let you know that 10Eighty is featured in a double-page article “Career transitions in the modern workplace” in HR Grapevine’s  Guide to Outplacement & Career Transition 2017/18.

The article by 10Eighty’s CEO Michael Moran looks at the modern approach to outplacement. He says that there has been a shift over the years from providing advice about CV and job hunting to understanding what an employee wants and helping them to develop self-marketing skills that put them in a good position to thrive in the contemporary competitive job market.


Michael discusses the importance of employability to provide employees with a more stable career path, and thanks to an analogy from LinkedIn founder, Reid Hoffman, likens the 21st-century employer-employee alliance to that of a professional sports team.

HR-Grapevine-Guide-to-Outplacement-2017-10EightyHe further argues that career transition should be integrated into the talent agenda, rather than being a service that’s reserved for those being made redundant, also that CVs are becoming a thing of the past as LinkedIn profiles and social media activity have become the new norm for marketing your skills and experience.

If you’d like to read an electronic version of the article just click here, then scroll to pages 22 and 23 to read the article in full.

Find out more

If you would like to find out more about 10Eighty’s career transition services please get in touch.

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Lightbox – Fuel50 for happy and engaged employees


It is National Quiet Day on Thursday 14th September 2017. Take a moment for yourself and enjoy a little sanctuary in silence. See more at quietday.co.uk/

Professor Stephen Stansfeld says that in a busy world quiet and tranquillity may have beneficial effects on our stress levels and wellbeing.

National-Quiet-DayThe benefits of quiet come in many forms, from lowering stress levels to unleashing creativity, enhancing your senses and awareness of the world around you. Thursday, 14th is the perfect opportunity to tune out the noise of life and let in a little serenity.

Find some ear plugs and give your thoughts some space, take time to reflect on your life. Quiet time allows you to be more conscious about your actions, giving you time to consider whether you are doing what you want with your life.

When you feel the urge to rush, stop and think. Give yourself a little quiet time, only do what enhances your life.

Swedish author Charlotte Eriksson says that “Sometimes you need to sit lonely on the floor in a quiet room in order to hear your own voice and not let it drown in the noise of others.”


A few years ago Susan Cain had a surprise success with “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” in which she suggested that rather than sitting back and asking people to speak up, managers and company leaders might lean forward and listen.

Cain’s thesis is that shyness, sensitivity and seriousness are often seen as being negative; she shows how the brain chemistry of introverts and extroverts differs, and how society misunderstands and undervalues introverts. She gives introverts the tools to better understand themselves and take full advantage of their strengths.

Quiet people seem to be disadvantaged at work as well as socially. If you just want to do your work and try to stay in your calm, quiet world, letting everything else slide by unnoticed then you are likely to be seen as anxious, shy or unfriendly. The extrovert, outgoing and louder-mouthed members of the team don’t understand your way of working of being.

Susan Cain says that introverts can be highly creative and are more sensitive to external stimuli than extroverts, which means that an over-abundance of boisterous group work can be more exhausting. While they often need time away from colleagues in order to work effectively, quiet, private spaces are often lacking in work environments.


The list of famous introverts includes great public speakers, innovators, and leaders such as Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, Vincent Van Gogh, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, Frederic Chopin, and Audrey Hepburn.

Mahatma Gandhi, renowned spiritual and political leader – and introvert – said it best: “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.”

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Join us for the official launch of 10Eighty Cymru at Jury’s Hotel, Cardiff


We would be delighted if you could join us for the official launch of 10Eighty Cymru on Tuesday 3 October in conjunction with Introbiz.

As well as our launch being a great place to enjoy a drink and some networking, we’ll be addressing some of the key issues facing the workplace, including ways to kick-start the conversation around employee engagement in Wales.

We’re running a short session on Making Difficult Conversations Easier with our Head of Leadership Development, Joan O’Connor.Strengths-and-difficult-conversations

The event is being held at Jury’s Hotel, Cardiff  and will start at 3.30pm and finish at 6.30pm

Please get in touch by Thursday 28 September to let us know if you will be attending on 3 October and would like to bring any of your colleagues.

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Join us at the Global Strengthscope Practitioner Conference on 5 October


We wanted to let you know that the 2nd Global Strengthscope® Practitioner Conference is taking place on Thursday 5 October at the Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, just a minutes’ walk from Bloomsbury tube station.

There are so many reasons to attend:

  • The key note speaker is Cath Bishop, an Olympic athlete, diplomat, and all round inspiration.
  • Live case studies from Channel 4, Siemens & more
  • Networking drinks with other practitioners
  • Engaging workshops (but get your first picks in quick!)
  • The industry’s first strengths-based award ceremony.

The day will provide an opportunity for Strengthscope® practitioners to learn from leading experts and fellow practitioners from both the corporate and consulting sectors. Best practices and excellence in a number of strengths-based talent solutions areas will be recognised during a short awards ceremony at the end of the conference.Strengthscope-Practitioners-Conference-2017 Here’s the packed agenda for the day:

09:00 | Arrival and complimentary breakfast and refreshments
09:30 | Keynote speaker: “How leaders of strong teams leverage the strengths of their people to overcome challenging times.” – Cath Bishop, FCO.
10:10 | Strengths Workshops (choose 2 of 4, see options below)
12:40 | Sharing learning
13:00 | Complimentary Lunch
14:00 | Case study: “Creating a strengths-based team culture to provide a competitive edge in disruptive times” – Shetel Khimashia, Talent and Culture Manager at Channel 4
14:15 | Case study: “Unlocking leaders’ awareness and agility to deliver more positive leadership and a culture of excellence in turbulent times” – Karen Stone, Head of Learning and Development at Commonvault
14:30 | Case study: “Improving employability and career flexibility using a strengths-based approach” – Neema Pasha Head of Careers at Henley Business School
14:45 | Case study: “Attracting and selecting the best entry level hires with a strengths-based approach” – Louise Blanchett, Entry Level Talent Specialist at Siemens
15:00 | Strengths Energizer
15:30 | Keynote speaker: TBC
16:00 | Award Ceremony
18:00 | Networking Drinks
20:00 | End


  1. Using strengths-based leadership to accelerate a culture of positivity, learning and growth
  2. Are you leveraging the strengths of your diverse workforce?
  3. Using strengths coaching to build the emotional resilience of your people
  4. Improving your company’s performance management process to optimize strengths, motivation and agility

Book your place at the Strengthscope® conference today

If you would like to join us on October 5 just click on this link to secure your place.

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10Eighty begins to forge post-Brexit business relationships across the pond


10Eighty has recently become a member of BritishAmerican Business (BAB), a transatlantic business network dedicated to championing its members’ ideas, interests, people and values.

BAB’s 460 members are a select group of international businesses ranging from small to large, startups to established institutions, and supported by dedicated teams in London and New York.

They count some of the world’s most prominent business leaders as core supporters, thought-leaders and influencers and operate across “the best business arena on the planet – New York and London.”

British-American-Business In addition, BAB have a broader network of like-minded business associations in the major cities across North America and the UK and valued connections with the US Chamber of Commerce and the global AMCHAM network. ‎

Michael Moran, 10Eighty’s CEO said: “10Eighty’s membership of BritishAmerican Business sees us at the beginning of a new chapter in the UK’s economic journey. As we move inexorably towards post-EU trading arrangements in 2019, the special relationship between the US and UK and our close economic ties become even more significant.

That BAB’s objectives are closely attuned to the 10Eighty ethos is a bonus. Like us, they believe that the best business is personal, that all business is practical, that networking is essential to support business success and that global mobility in the workforce is critical for businesses to maintain international competitiveness.”

BAB membership complements 10Eighty’s longstanding membership of Global Outplacement Alliance, a network of national and international career service specialists supporting businesses and organisations in North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia.

As a member 10Eighty can attend a wide range of BAB events including a Women’s Conference, hosted by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, which is being held on 1 November 2017 when 10Eighty’s Head of Leadership Development, Joan O’Connor will be in attendance.


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Join us at our lunchtime event ‘Connected Conversations’ on 5 Sept

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We wanted to let you know about an interactive ‘Connected Conversations’ lunchtime session on Tuesday 5 September 2017 at the 10Eighty offices, 50 Liverpool Street, EC2M 7PD

The hour and a half hour session, which starts at 11.30am and ends at 1pm will give you the chance to explore how career conversations help us feel cared for, listened to, developed and stretched.

connected conversations

The session will be facilitated by Emma Mitchell, our 10Eighty career management expert, and you will learn how to call upon your skills to help you manage career conversations with confidence and success.

Read our recent blogpost Careers: why it’s time to have connected conversations to get a flavour of our career conversations’ philosophy. As we say in the article:

Our belief is that every employee is entitled to job satisfaction and career success – and every employer will benefit from helping them get there. Talking to employees about the work they enjoy doing and committing to helping them with personal development and opportunities to meet their career aspirations is the starting point of a more connected conversation – and a more connected business.

Join the conversation on 5 September

If you would like to take part in our ‘Connected Conversations’ lunchtime session it’s easy to register and completely free too. Just click here

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Team 10Eighty take on JP Morgan Corporate Challenge 2017


Once more unto Battersea Park dear friends, once more. 10Eighty have taken part in the annual JP Morgan Corporate Challenge since our inception and this year was no exception.

On Wednesday 5 July Team 10Eighty were amongst 14,000 other runners (another cohort of runners took part on Thursday) that braved the balmy conditions and the 5,600m, which on paper seems a short distance but in a racing context the road goes on forever… or for 50-odd minutes at least!


Emma and Nigel warm up pre-race

CEO Michael, Non-Exec Director Nigel, Business Development Director Emma, Collaborative Learning guru Trevor, Web editor Ian and Team-10Eighty-For-A-Day Natasha, good friend of Emma’s and 11th hour substitute for Operations Manager Sarah.


Due to sheer numbers, although the starter’s pistol was fired at 6.45, most of our team didn’t reach the starting line until around 7.30. Trevor started upstream in the ‘blue stream’ for those committed to running the entire circuit.


Natasha and Emma relax in the park….

Cheerleaders peppered the circuit, encouraged tired legs and provided motivation. Particularly noisy/motivating was the Cancer Research UK contingent positioned around the halfway mark and reminding participants of the primary reason for taking part in this fun run.

As you can see from the finishing times, Trevor and Nigel ran away with the best times, with Ian the fastest walker/jogger of the rest of us. Mind you Emma and Natasha would probably have given him a run for his money but for their strategic comfort break, early doors…

Trevor Merriden 32:58
Nigel Williams 42:26
Ian Christie 51:36
Emma Mitchell 53:47
Natasha Malby 53:54
Michael Moran 54:20

Here’s a gallery of our 6 runners taken along the route. Just click on any image to view the full-size photo and to start the slideshow:

Everyone got their ‘2017 Finisher’ t-shirt, staggered back to our meeting place, close to The Pump House Gallery, where Head of Leadership Development and self-appointed ‘bag lady’ Joan was waiting with everyone’s gear. A meal at Director Liz’s favourite Italian provided a welcome respite from the heat and solace for sore limbs as everyone looked forward the 2018 Corporate Challenge…


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Another fantastic night at the HR Excellence Awards 2017


The HR Excellence Awards were held earlier this week (is it us or do these awards seem to come around quicker each year?!). They are the longest-running, most prestigious and most hotly-contested awards in HR, now in their 22nd year with a record number of entries.

Since 10Eighty started up we’ve always supported the HR Excellence Awards, initially sponsoring the Rising Star and Young Talent categories, but for the last two years have supported the HR Future Leader of the Year category.


This award recognises game-changing HR directors of the future and is open to any HR practitioner below HR director level, the rising stars who have already made a big impact on their organisations.

This year the awards were hosted by comedian Meera Syal on Tuesday 27 June at the London Hilton on Park Lane.


Congratulations and high fives to Steve Othen, Head of HR at REC for winning this amazing accolade, but not forgetting  Rachel Kent, Senior HR Advisor at Shakespeare Martineau for being shortlisted, which is still a great achievement. Here’s a nice pic of Steve with our CEO Michael Moran and host Meera Syal:10Eighty-HR-Excellence-Awards-2017

The night was a huge success and a great opportunity to network, let your hair down, and celebrate truly strategic, innovative and business-critical work with fellow HR professionals.

10Eighty would like to extend our congratulations to all the winners, highly commended, and shortlisted entries on the night.


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Support Trevor’s Long Walk (100km) to Exmouth


Trevor MerridenWe wanted to let you know that our Head of Collaborative Learning, Trevor Merriden, along with 20 cricketing Dads from St Albans, Herts, is walking 100km from Weymouth to Exmouth for charity.

Trevor and his merry band from the Garden Fields Cricket Club – also known as “Men of Fields”, or MoF for short – are a collection of Dads who play friendly evening matches of 20 overs against similar Dad teams within the St Albans area.  MoF are described as “gentlemen, proper players and the rest are, well let’s just say. ‘useful chaps'”!

great-ormond-streetThey’re raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Children’s Charity in memory of Maisie Ryan of Garden Fields JMI School. All their children attend this school – and when Maisie died suddenly, aged 6 last year, they wanted to do something to honour her memory. So with the support of her parents, we came up with the idea of the walk.

Over the years the Men of Fields have  raised money for charity by undertaking challenges such as the L2B bike ride, Cycling to Devon from St Albans and walked the circumference of the Isle of Wight.

When they heard of the tragic loss of little Maisie they came up with this idea – a long-distance 100km walk (60+ miles in old money) from Weymouth to Exmouth starting tomorrow 23 June and finishing on Sunday 25 June. They’ve had a fantastic response so far and have raised over £11K, but there’s still time to support MoF:


Their target is £20,000 so they still need your help. Please find it in your heart to give a little (or a lot if you want) for a great cause!

Long Walk update

We got an update on Wednesday 28 June from our ‘Man in the field’, Trevor:

“The final brave man crossed the line at about 8.30pm on Monday (26 June) night – broken but alive (just) after 3 days, 65 miles (over 100km) and just under 9,000 ft of climbing – and descending again (think Ben Nevis twice and then some).

To say it was tough was somewhat of an understatement – it was brutal – and your generous sponsorship has been well and truly earned! However lots of laughs and stories – never a dull moment – and, of course, lots of blisters. Thanks to everyone who has already made a donation!”

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Please donate and share the Just Giving link with others on your social media channel of choice. And if you’d like to follow Trevor’s progress before, during and after the walk, you could ‘like’ the Garden Fields CC Facebook Page or follow them on Twitter: @GFcricketclub

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