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Hyatt Regency Washington Hotel on Capitol Hill, Washington DC, USA

I have always liked staying in the Hyatt Regency Washington Hotel when I have business in Wasginton DC. It is a high rise building in the Penn Quarter of the city. 242 more words

Valerie Penny

Insights from Within

In this special guest blog, we hear from Bill Wells in response to Richard’s recent piece on changing the way children’s services are commissioned. Bill Wells worked in DWP, BIS, and its labour market predecessors, for over 35 years. 1,157 more words

Contract Design

The paybacks and pains of Payment by Results (Part 2)

Our series of reflections on WASH Results’ learning continues by exploring value and costs in a Payment by Results (PBR) programme.

DFID has been clear from the outset about what it wants from the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Results Programme: WASH interventions delivered at scale within a short time-frame and confidence in the results being reported to the UK taxpayer. 1,110 more words

Learning From WASH Results

Head protector, but head turner? Find out more in the product review of Studds Shifter.

I ain’t going to explain why helmets are the most important part of your riding gear because you might have come across many advertisements, campaigns or articles explaining why wearing a helmet is necessary while riding. 711 more words

Dinosaurs and Bell....

I love Bell with all my heart but when I found out Bell was a girl, I was all excited that I would have a girly girl as I did all the Dinosaurs and train’s with Bear but nope …. 276 more words

Triangles Temptations And Talking The Small Stuff (My Review Of The Boux Avenue Summer Collection)

Hey Readers

Like many women I love all  shopping and try to keep myself as stylish as my 50 something years allows me to. Seriously I could get lost when I’m out on a fashion splurge and spend my money on everything from lipstick to lingerie but no matter what I buy one of the key reasons for doing it has to be value for money and I’m a firm believer in the saying mammy taught me in other words you get what you pay for.   809 more words


Value for Money (1955)

Director: Ken Annakin

On the surface, much of Value for Money seems familiar of Hollywood romantic comedies of the 1950s—gold diggers, dance numbers, and more than a little innuendo. 260 more words