Llantrisant Tennis Club has become the first club in Wales to gain the new LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) TennisMark + Award.
TennisMark + installs a framework for maintaining standards and practices for clubs across Britain. It replaces the ClubMark award, which Llantrisant gained in 2010.
Unilever has been named the world’s best company at communicating its sustainability efforts on social media.
The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant is number one in the 5th Annual Social Media Sustainability Index, published by our client, Sustainly.
The company, whose 400-plus brands include Dove, Surf, Knorr and Hellman’s, has shot up the Sustainly rankings, after barely registering in the top 50 in 2011 and 2012, and only breaking into the top 10 in 2013.
Katherine Maddock-Lyon has won the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) Aegon Coach of the Month award for her great work managing the performance programme at David Lloyd Cardiff.
Through her dedication the programme has developed many players who have gone on to represent South Wales and Wales.
A leading litigation lawyer and entrepreneur will reveal some of the secrets of his success at an event organised by our client, Leadership and Management Wales.
Welsh tennis players are making a major impact at all levels of the sport, with success at senior level, and high rankings among the juniors.
In the British Open Seniors Championship in Dudley, Peter Boshier Jones, 77, from Penarth reached his maiden British final in the men’s O75 doubles, while former Wales international footballer Alan Durban reached the semi-finals of the O70s.