Louise has been in the E-Commerce team at Audley for over two years now and currently looks after South America, the Indian Subcontinent and the Polar region sections of the website. Previously she worked on websites for Steppes Travel and the National Trust. Her favourite travel experiences include scuba diving in the Maldives, sky diving in New Zealand and dog sledding in Alaska, with Nepal and Peru next on her wish list.
Articles by Louise Hayes
FRANK Water are making a splash for World Water Week this week (1st – 7th September) and our India team are joining them.
They’ll be bravely giving up all tea, coffee, squash and juice for a whole week to raise money for the ‘Join Jon‘ fundraising campaign.
Our Latin America team have been busy fundraising over the last couple of weeks for their favourite charities.
They held cake sales in our Witney and London offices, raising over £270, and also a penalty shoot out between the different departments in our Witney office (strangely the South America team won!).
The total raised is just shy of £500, meaning we could pay for a nurse at Casa Mantay in Peru for three months, or buy food for everyone at the house for ten days.
We will be splitting the money with Amigos de Santa Cruz in Guatemala, and many families will benefit from the nutrition classes that the association gives.
Find out more about the charities we support on our website.
In the true spirit of the Tour de France, 35 Audley staff members will take part in a bike ride this weekend to raise money for charity.
Covering roughly 80 miles, from the New Mill office in Witney, to the new London office in Shepherd’s Bush, the aim is to raise as much money as possible for Oxford based charity SSNAP.
The Charity supports sick and premature babies in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital.
To find out more or to make a donation, please visit our ‘Tour de Audley’ charity page.
Good luck everyone!
(29/7/2014) To date we have raised a staggering £3,500 for SSNAP – an Audley fundraising record!
Qualifying to compete for Great Britain in any sport is no easy feat and considering Fiona had no intention of getting involved in the first place, makes qualifying for the 2014 ETU Triathlon European Championships even more impressive.
Here at Audley not only are we keen to develop our staff but we’re always trying to improve systems and processes and last month a workshop was held to present to staff the changes that have recently been made to personal development plans.
Recently we held a competition in our enewsletter, offering readers the chance to win a signed copy of Patrick Moon’s latest book ‘What else is there for a boy like me?’. The deadline for entries has now passed and we are pleased to announce the three winners:
Congratulations go to…
- Gordon Watson
- Carol Knight
- Sarah Little
Signed copies of Patrick Moon’s book will be in the post to you shortly. If you weren’t lucky enough to be picked as a winner you can still check your answers below.
1. In which year was the Jaisalmer Fort built?
2. Which of the following is NOT in Jaipur?
Answer: Jag Mandir Palace
3. Which of these palaces was the first to be turned into a luxury hotel?
Answer: Rambagh, Jaipur