Leverhulme Hotel & Spa
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... café. I haven't made up my mind if this would have felt freeing or like a slight imprisonment. However, the general belief here is that Lord William Lever truly did care about his workers' wellbeing and, hence, the village was created. The town is truly amazing and has some brilliant history.
1. Previous to development, the location ...
Finally I have been granted my 18 months career break from the work from May 2015. Been saving like a ******* since November but know it's going to be worth it. Plus will be selling my camper van (Gonna miss that beauty) and me car to add to the funds. Kicking it off with India so first things first, flights and visa. This is gonna be ...
Today is Tuesday 17/6/14
The boys went to golf and Linda & I went to Port Sunlight.
William Lever purchased this land to build a bigger factory and houses for his workers - actually he built a whole village complete with sporting facilities, medical facilities, a school etc He believed that his workers would work better if they had ...
Today we travelled “across the water” to Port Sunlight which is Southwest of Liverpool, across the river Mersey on the Wirral Peninsula. Port Sunlight was built by the philanthropic Lever Brothers to accommodate workers from their soap factory (now part of Unilever group). Work commenced in 1888 on Port Sunlight as Lord Lever could not believe the conditions his workers lived ...
Off again on travels to Burma with my uncle. Hoping to be able to keep a blog providing I can get Internet access inside Burma. If not then I will be keeping a travel journal and writing retrospectively.
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