Ethical Investments

The Fabulous Sixteen go to the Beach!

Well what a success our Thomas and Thomas 2020 Beach Clean finally was. Despite lockdowns and weather, we finally gathered at Newgale today to scour the sand and stones for rubbish. Katy had brilliantly organised a list of all those who were down to attend. We expected up to sixteen but we weren’t really sure

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Anyone for the Beach?

    Well the sun is shining and the holiday makers have considerably thinned out – so it’s time to clean that beach up! Our long awaited Thomas and Thomas 2020 Beach Clean is on at Newgale for Thursday the 1st of October at 10.00 am for around two hours. It has been a tough

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Katy passes ACT Qualification

The Adviser Competence Training (ACT) from Worthstone Impact Academy is becoming viewed as the benchmark study material for impact and ethical investing in the UK. Launched by Gavin Francis (CEO of Worthstone) and supported by the Cabinet Office, this course considers the various different ways to support impact investing, including their risks, regulation and tax

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And now for something completely different!

Written by Katy Caine and Darren Thomas It has certainly been a volatile week on stock markets as we watched the FTSE 100 react badly to grim recession news and then bounce straight back to much the same levels. Shops opened and more positive medical news arose in regards to the pandemic. The FTSE 100

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Darren feeds back on this years’ Client Ethical Investment Survey:

This years’ ethical survey went out to all 42 of our ‘Pro-Ethical’ client households.   We received 29 responses back which represented a 69% response rate which is still excellent but is a slight fall on last year. Reasons for the lower response rate (after chatting with some of our Pro-Ethical clients) are that our more

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Join Team T&T for our Annual Beach Clean!

The corpse of an Orca whale was found washed-up on the Lincolnshire coast last week. Tests are still being carried out to establish the exact cause of death, however, it has been reported that the whale’s stomach contained no fish – just plastic! This is an incredibly sad example of how plastic and rubbish is

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