Throughout 2017 and 2018 Influence have been raising money for Eton Avenue Growers Association based in Newark. The Association took over an abandoned allotment site and are well known for helping local people with mental health issues, long term unemployment and those on long term sickness benefits.
On Wednesday 25th April our Associate Director, Shona Hatton hosted our stand at the Property & Business Investment Lincolnshire Show. The day proved a huge success, enabling us to network with colleagues old and new across the local construction and property industry.
On the hottest day of the year so far, Influence attended the LI East Midlands AGM to hear about the Gedling Country Park Development; a restoration of the former colliery site, including a walk round the site.
Click the icon below to read the article Influence wrote for the International Bomber Command Centre Opening Ceremony Brochure. Influence would again like to thank everyone involved in the project design and planning: Lincolnshire Bomber Command Memorial Trust, Place Architecture Ltd, Allen Archeology, Gardiner & Theobald, Alan ...
A team of volunteers from Biffa Award, The Eton Avenue Growers Association and Influence spent a day on site at International Bomber Command on Friday 16 March getting their hands dirty creating and forming the International Peace Garden Beds. Over 20 volunteers arrived on site ...
On 6 March, Influence hosted a Silicon Forest event, a campaign funded by the Newark and Sherwood District Council to promote Newark as the next hub for technological innovation, highlighting technology in 'hidden industries' and sharing what future technology is in store for Landscape and Planning.
On Thursday 30 November, at DoubleTree Hilton in Lincoln, Team Lincolnshire launched its search for Ambassadors to ‘Fly the Flag for Greater Lincolnshire’. Influence were pleased to be there to join the charge and show our support.
Influence have joined the bank of employers for Ideas4Careers, who, on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council are delivering a project called Careers Local, in line with the D2N2 Employability Framework.