SAM VS COAST

This weekend will see a raft of intrepid adventurers head to Cornwall to take on the brutally tricky Man vs Coast challenge – and our very own Sam Silcocks is among them. With a 23-mile route that includes ascents of 3,000 feet, brooding moorlands rough-hewn rocks, crashing waves, big swells, short swims and water jumps, the course is no mean feat, winding its way from one side of the Cornis...

Motoring Into A Greener Future…

Reducing carbon emissions is hitting the headlines more and more, and it's time everyone did their bit. Andy Groves had a fun day out driving that plan forward. Ever since Harris Lamb formed its Environmental department last year, the business as a whole has taken more steps to think greener – from stepping up its recycling efforts to joining the team in nature surveys, we’re all being tha...

BORN TO BE WILD

Saturday marks the beginning of the Wildlife Trust’s 30 days Wild event and Team HL are all geared up to hit the great outdoors and get involved. The organisation’s initiative aims to get people of all ages outside to undertake 30 Random Acts of Wildness throughout the month of June, encouraging them to appreciate nature and the wildlife around them, be it the local park, the school playin...

DEMOLITION DESIRES

It sounds like people have grand plans ahead, as Harris Lamb’s planning team has been deluged with enquiries regarding the necessity of obtaining permission from local authorities before demolishing buildings. Fortunately, Sam Silcocks is on hand to help. As you’d expect from a planning issue, demolishing a building is not clear-cut and there are a number of issues to bear in mind. When pr...

PEDAL POWER: TEAM HL SET TO CYCLE 100 MILES THROUGH THE MIDLANDS AS VÉLO BIRMINGHAM RETURNS

Team HL will be channelling their pedal power this weekend as they take part in Vélo Birmingham and Midlands. A five-strong contingent from the business will take to the saddle on Sunday as they cycle 100 miles from and back to Birmingham, through a host of surrounding and towns and through the 2021 City of Culture. Fiona Mellor, Andrew Groves, Neil Harris, Chris Jones and Andy Smith have ...