Directory

 

Please note that free text searching for names, towns, villages and occupations may prove difficult and time consuming. The site may also run slowly on occasion due to the volume of data being searched.

Online Business Directories: Can You Trust Them? - Home Tips for Women

What can you do on 192.com? 192.com tells you more about people, businesses & places in the UK than any other directory. More than just directory enquiries, 192.com lists full names, addresses, age guides, property prices, aerial photos, company & director reports, family records, & much more! Watch an intro to 192.com » See more videos »

Welcome to the Age UK Camden’s Older People’s Information Directory We hope you find our directory helpful and easy to use. It contains a wide range of information and services for older people, their carers, friends, family and loved ones. This directory is designed to make accessing information as straightforward as possible. The best way to find information is by clicking on a subject below, or if you know the organisation you are looking for you click on the Organisations A-Z. You can also type a subject into the Search box above. You can also search for factsheets on topics such as benefits, choosing a care home, being re-housed, local services and much more. If you would like further information, please call our Information Line 020 7837 3777 between 10am and 4pm Monday – Friday, or come to our Information Desk between 10am and 4pm on the ground floor of our offices at Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA

If you would like to search the directory you can do so straight away. You can search for experts in many different ways, including by artists name, period, style and geographical location.

CTRN Online Directory - Android Apps on Google Play
liquidfic
Featured Enhanced ListingShetland Times Ltd, TheAs Shetland’s leading design, print, advertising and media organisation, we offer advice, ideas and solutions for a wide range of associated promotions.Trading since 1872, you can depend on us to provide friendly advice and in-depth knowledge for all your design, commercial print, advertising, online promotion, social media or cross media needs.Drop in along for a chat today and our team will help you get your project organised and under way. Main Reception: View Full Listing

Home improvement Transform your home with Yell’s decorating ideas, DIY tips and maintenance guides. Inspiration Get inspired by interior trends, home accessories and design ideas for every room. Gardens Find gardening advice and plant care tips to help you achieve your perfect garden. Project guides Renovating your home? Make it easy with guides to loft conversions, extensions and more.

Three Online Directory Sites Your Business Needs to Be On - AdPulp

A collection of digitised trade directories, part of the University of Leicester’s Special Collections Online, covering England and Wales from the 1760s to the 1910s. Please note that free text searching for names, towns, villages and occupations may prove difficult and time consuming. The site may also run slowly on occasion due to the volume of data being searched. If you are undertaking genealogical or one-name study research you may find resources supplied by commercial genealogy suppliers more suited to your needs. The directories can be browsed by location and either viewed online one page at a time or downloaded and accessed via a PDF viewer such as Adobe Reader. For advice on searching the collection see the Directories Help page. These pages replace the Historical Directories website, withdrawn in March 2014. The site ran for ten years but could no longer be maintained due to hardware and software obsolescence.

If you would like to use a nanny, please refer to our list of nanny agencies. Some individual nannies/home childcare providers, who have chosen to register themselves on the Voluntary Childcare Register, are included below.

1. To develop an understanding of methodological and conceptual issues across the humanities and the ability to position one’s own research topic among them. 2. To develop skills in debate, analysis, group work and develop contacts with researchers in other disciplines.
London directory 
1. To develop an understanding of methodological and conceptual issues across the humanities and the ability to position one’s own research topic among them 2. To develop skills in debate, analysis, group work and develop contacts with researchers in other disciplines

Need home inspiration? Home improvement Transform your home with Yell’s decorating ideas, DIY tips and maintenance guides. Inspiration Get inspired by interior trends, home accessories and design ideas for every room. Gardens Find gardening advice and plant care tips to help you achieve your perfect garden. Project guides Renovating your home? Make it easy with guides to loft conversions, extensions and more.

Online directory Share Tweet +1 Print this section Age UK Camden has a comprehensive services directory featuring information on local and natoinal services on care, health, housing, money, leisure etc. It also links to written materials from key organisations like Age UK and Camden Council, so you can download factsheets and leaflets at the touch of a button. View the directory We also have links to some of our key partners; click on the link below to access this page. Links to key partners’ website Share Tweet +1 Print this section

– Ability to recognise and validate problems. – Original, independent and critical thinking, and the ability to develop theoretical concepts. – Ability to critically analyse and evaluate one’s findings and those of others. – Show a broad understanding of the context in which the research takes place. – Write clearly and in a style appropriate to purpose. – Construct coherent arguments and articulate ideas clearly to a range of audiences.

Looking for an expert on art or art history? Art Historians & Arts Professionals is our online member directory. What is it? A searchable directory of members’ research specialisms, areas of expertise and skills. It is a platform for interaction, collaboration and the sharing of ideas. Who’s it for? The directory is for AAH members looking to make their skills and expertise available to those offering work, seeking collaboration or counsel. The directory is intended to be used by those looking for experts on art and art history. Who can join? The directory is free to join and use. Any current AAH member can opt-in via the AAH website member log-in area. See below how to create or update your profile (this is linked to your membership record. It may take up to 24 hours for new or updated data to appear online). How do I add my details? If you would like to include your details in the directory please login to the Member’s Area and click “Edit Your Personal Details” to create or update your profile.

Age UK Camden has a comprehensive services directory featuring information on local and natoinal services on care, health, housing, money, leisure etc. It also links to written materials from key organisations like Age UK and Camden Council, so you can download factsheets and leaflets at the touch of a button.

The cost of mediation via the online directory service Mediation costs via the online directory Amount you are claiming Fees per party Length of session £5000 or less* £50 + VAT £100+ VAT 1 hour 2 hours £5000 to £15,000 £300 + VAT 3 hours £15,000 – £50,000** £425+ VAT 4 hours * The mediator/mediation provider should agree in advance whether this should be dealt with in one or two hours. For the one-hour rate the option is available to facilitate settlement over the telephone if appropriate, and if the parties agree. ** If the claim is for more than £50,000, the fees will need to be agreed with the organisation providing the mediation.

192.com tells you more about people, businesses & places in the UK than any other directory. More than just directory enquiries, 192.com lists full names, addresses, age guides, property prices, aerial photos, company & director reports, family records, & much more!

Call Out: Funky Llama Stage Management Crew Funky Llama has another exciting opportunity to train 8-10 people in Stage Management skills in preparation for the Funky Llama Festival, Saturday 10 June 2017. Feedback We welcome any feedback you have about Plymouth Online Directory. We use all your comments (good and bad!) to help make this website as useful and relevant as possible. Please use the contact us online form or email podinfo@plymouth.gov.uk. Not listed or want to update your details? If you would like for your organisation to be added to this directory or need to update your listing please read this article and it should answer your questions. It’s quick and simple to make an amendment and won’t cost you a penny. Veterans Did you know that there are services on POD specific to Veterans? As a Veteran you’re often able to have priority access or added benefits so make sure you tell providers when you access a service. Don’t miss out on free childcare The Government is introducing free 30 hours of childcare to eligible families from September 2017 and we’d like to you know what you think. Pluss Open Day You are warmly invited to come along to the Pluss Learning Disability, Employment and Training Services Open Day on 17 May 2017 at Scott Business Park. Come along, have a chat and see what we do. We look forward to seeing you. Devon and Cornwall Police Community Volunteer Awards Do you know someone within your community that has gone above and beyond? Someone who works towards the improvement of the safety, health and wellbeing of their local community? Nominate them for an award!

Age UK Camden has a comprehensive services directory featuring information on local and natoinal services on care, health, housing, money, leisure etc. It also links to written materials from key organisations like Age UK and Camden Council, so you can download factsheets and leaflets at the touch of a button. View the directory We also have links to some of our key partners; click on the link below to access this page. Links to key partners’ website

Search for People, Businesses & Places in the UK What can you do on 192.com? 192.com tells you more about people, businesses & places in the UK than any other directory. More than just directory enquiries, 192.com lists full names, addresses, age guides, property prices, aerial photos, company & director reports, family records, & much more! Watch an intro to 192.com » See more videos »

About this collection A collection of digitised trade directories, part of the University of Leicester’s Special Collections Online, covering England and Wales from the 1760s to the 1910s. Please note that free text searching for names, towns, villages and occupations may prove difficult and time consuming. The site may also run slowly on occasion due to the volume of data being searched. If you are undertaking genealogical or one-name study research you may find resources supplied by commercial genealogy suppliers more suited to your needs. The directories can be browsed by location and either viewed online one page at a time or downloaded and accessed via a PDF viewer such as Adobe Reader. For advice on searching the collection see the Directories Help page. These pages replace the Historical Directories website, withdrawn in March 2014. The site ran for ten years but could no longer be maintained due to hardware and software obsolescence.

Home > Resources > Online Directory Online Directory Art Historians & Arts Professionals Looking for an expert on art or art history? Art Historians & Arts Professionals is our online member directory. What is it? A searchable directory of members’ research specialisms, areas of expertise and skills. It is a platform for interaction, collaboration and the sharing of ideas. Who’s it for? The directory is for AAH members looking to make their skills and expertise available to those offering work, seeking collaboration or counsel. The directory is intended to be used by those looking for experts on art and art history. Who can join? The directory is free to join and use. Any current AAH member can opt-in via the AAH website member log-in area. See below how to create or update your profile (this is linked to your membership record. It may take up to 24 hours for new or updated data to appear online). How do I add my details? If you would like to include your details in the directory please login to the Member’s Area and click “Edit Your Personal Details” to create or update your profile. If you would like to search the directory you can do so straight away. You can search for experts in many different ways, including by artists name, period, style and geographical location.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Posted by: blair on