Each year, The BALI Chalk Fund recognise the efforts of top students studying at BALI member training organisations around the UK. Top student at SRUC in Edinburgh this year is Robert Gilholm, pictured here receiving his certificate from BALI Board Director Stuart Simpson, on behalf of the Chalk Fund. In addition to the certificate, all top students […]
Winner of the BALI Chalk Funds Top Student award, <Jo Bloggs> pocketed £500 in prize money for himself and in addition, his college Capel Manor in Enfield North London also received a cheque for £500, which they chose to spend on a new cement mixer for the landscape department.
HL Services chose BALI Chalk Fund as their nominated charity earlier this year, and they got their fund raising off to a seasonal start by wearing their Christmas Jumpers in aid of BALI’s very own charity. As a recruitment company specialising in providing candidates within the horticultural sector, HL Services are all too aware of the skills
The BALI South Thames committee organised a spectacular summer ball at Brighton’s Hilton Metropol (31-08-18), the first event of its kind in the region and with a James Bond theme, there were Tuxedos and bond girls aplenty, and even odd job made an appearance! Apart from being great fun, the purpose of the evening was
Landscape Students at Capel Manor College in Enfield were excited to learn how they would benefit from the pilot of the new “GoLandscape” enrichment programme supported and funded by the BALI Chalk Fund. BALI’s Education Officer Steve Ensell, who heads up BALI’s “GoLandscape” initiative explained how the Trustees of the Chalk Fund had developed a
BALI’s Education Officer Stephen Ensell addressed students the Cannington Campus as part of the launch of BALI Chalk Fund’s new enrichment programme. The innovative scheme is aimed at ensuring that student get the recognition their efforts deserve, making them more employable and work ready than many other students that can ill afford to self-fund the