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As in previous years, Mr Gold will be opening his Garden for the National Garden Scheme charity and St Catherine’s Hospice.
This year it will be open on Sunday 3rd April 2016 & Sunday 10th April 2016 – 11.00am to 4.30pm. Entry is £5 for adults, children are free.
Entertainment will be provided for both days, see below for more information.
Directions to The Chalet:
From the North: Take the Croydon Road into Caterham Town Centre, go straight over the roundabout onto the B2208 (Godstone Road). Tupwood Lane is the 2nd turning on the right. Continue reading...
The TalkEasyTrust, in association with Mental Health Research UK (MHRUK) is delighted to announce that it is planning to hold a flash mob on Sunday 19th January in at 2pm in Trafalger Square, in order to raise awareness of depression and SAD, primarily focussed around the concept of “Blue Monday” – historically the most depressing day of the year.
MHRUK is once again hosting Blooming Monday in order to help break down the continuing stigma attached to mental illness. One in four people will have some form of mental illness in their lives. Continue reading...
The Talk Easy Trust is holding its launch event on the 10th May at Carshalton Athletic. Gates will be open at 6pm and game kicks off at 7pm. It will be a football match John Fisher Staff 11 Vs Carshalton Boys Staff 11. There will be many special guests who include David Gold (Owner of West Ham United Football Club), Tom Brake (MP Carshalton and Wallington), Simon Osbourn and Ryan Innis.
Mr Gold says:
“I am delighted to be there to support The Talk Easy Trust. I believe it is very important for students of all ages to be able to talk to both students and teachers when needed.
Last night the Bickley Restaurant in Chislehurst played host to the latest in a series of fundraising dinners held to raise £30,000 to purchase a minibus for the Charlton Upbeats, a project for young people with Down’s syndrome, run by the Trust.
David and Vanessa Gold were the guest speakers last night and were a big hit with the packed audience.
Trust Vice Chairman Peter Varney, said, ‘It was a brilliant evening and David and Vanessa were informative and witty and you could tell how much the audience enjoyed listening to them so much so that we overran. Continue reading...
Football Must Get Its House In Order
Posted by: David Gold, Chairman West Ham United
Top-level football in this country is on the brink of diving into the financial abyss.
An alarming statement, you might say, but if someone told you 12 months ago that Glasgow Rangers, one of the biggest clubs in the world, was in desperate danger of being broken down and dismantled, you may have found that even more alarming.
The truth is the English Barclays Premier League, despite all of its riches, is spending far more than it earns. Continue reading...
“Hydraulics. Check.” “Collective switch. Check.” “Twist grip. Check.”
David Gold is hunched forward in his business suit, perring intently at the illuminated control panel of a Eurocopter 120. Outside, snow continues to fall and the gleaming black helicopter begins to rock and shake as it powers up. Continue reading...
On the evening of Thursday 9th February the John Fisher School in Purley hosted its very own Young Apprentice Competition, attended by three prominent businessmen: chairman of West Ham Football club David Gold, chairman of House of Fraser Don McCarthy and owner of MOMA Food’s Tom Mercer who acted as the judges for the event. The competition was organised by the collaboration of two teachers in the school Mr A. Dean and Mr E. Miller. The prizes included an invitation to the executive box, containing ten seats, at West Ham’s Upton Park, House of Fraser vouchers, autobiographies from David Gold and Alan Sugar, and MOMA food samples. Continue reading...