20 Years National Living Wage

The Living Wage Campaign is an independent movement is an independentmovement of businesses, organisations and people who believe a hardday’s work deserves a fair day’s pay. Employers can voluntarily choose topay the real living wage, providing an ethical benchmark for responsiblepay. The campaign was launched by members of London Citizens in 2001,where parents found that […]

#WeAreSupporting Men’s Mental Health Month

Men’s HEALTH STATISTICS November is #Movember, a movement which aims to give boys and men the tools, skills and understanding they need to navigate their mental health and make it through tough times. #Intervention saves lives. 50% of adults experiencing mental health problems, experience them before the age of 14. Suicide is the biggest killer […]

100 miles in support of Breast Cancer Now

Throughout the month of October, Pinnacle’s Financial Accountant, James, will be running 100 miles in support of Breast Cancer awareness month – the most common cancer in women the UK with one woman diagnosed every 10 minutes. The Challenge… Throughout October, James will be completing 3.2 miles per day. James mission, to raise awareness and […]

Running for Bone Cancer

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On Monday 1st February, James Hopkins-Tovey, Financial Accountant at Pinnacle, will commence a 28-day challenge in aid of the Bone Cancer Research Trust. Every 10 minutes, someone around the world is diagnosed with Bone Cancer. Sadly, the predicted survival rate of such a diagnose is dreadfully low. For James, these statistics really hit home. By […]

pinnacle donate uniform bags to Nhs workers

Pinnacle Documents Solutions Group have donated cotton bags to the NHS staff at Wotton Lawn
Hospital, Gloucestershire Health & Care and Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. These bags have been donated by Pinnacle to ensure the safe transition and launder of staff uniform, to further prevent the unnecessary spread of Coronavirus.

Marie Curie receives donation from Pinnacle

February saw Pinnacle’s People’s Choice Charity Marie Curie receive a donation following a month of staff dress down days. The Charity was nominated by Pinnacle’s Sales Secretary Helen Williams. Helen comments on the nomination “This charity is close to my heart after losing my mother in law (Our queen mother of Neath) 2 years ago […]

Pinnacle donate a special educational needs desk to local student

Pinnacle donate a special educational needs desk to local student share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin During the Inspire teachers conference held at The ValeResort in July where Pinnacle were exhibiting, the Head of Upper RhymneyPrimary School, Sam King discussed the challenges faced when children havespecial needs in the […]

Pinnacle donate a special educational needs desk to local student

During the Inspire teachers conference held at The Vale Resort in July where Pinnacle were exhibiting, the Head of Upper Rhymney Primary School, Sam King discussed the challenges faced when children have special needs in the school.  She went onto talk about a lovely boy called Josh who has Achondroplasia. (Known as Dwarfism)  He has […]

pinnacle charity dinner

So, a day or so after the Pinnacle Group Annual Charity Dinner and time to reflect on the evening… Firstly I wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone that bought a ticket and helped make the evening a great success for our 2 wonderful Charities this year, without you all being there these […]