CELEBRATIONS IN NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS
CELEBRATIONS took place in Newton-le-Willows on 11 July 2008,
when Mayor of St Helens, Cllr John Beirne opened the town’s first
Cllr Beirne was at the office of financial services company Edward
Jones, based on the High Street, Newton-le-Willows, and run by
Stockbroker & Financial Adviser Andrew Harrington.
Speaking at the opening Cllr Beirne said:- “I am delighted to
open Newton-le-Willows first stockbroking business. I am sure Edward
Jones will be a great asset for the local area and wish Andrew every
success for the future.”
Said Andrew Harrington:- “I have been working in the community
for some time now and am very pleased to be opening my new office
where I will be offering services associated with both a stockbroker
and financial adviser.”
Also joining in the celebrations was Tim Niemann, a General Partner
of Edward Jones. Mr Niemann commented:- “It is great to see
Andrew doing what Edward Jones does best – helping individual long
term investors plan for their financial future and retirement. The
Edward Jones philosophy is based on a personal face-to-face service
with customers, which is the ideal way to get to know them and their
personal financial goals.”
Andrew Harrington added:- “We are pleased to help all
individual investors, regardless of their net worth and they are
always welcome to call into the office.”
Andrew Harrington can be contacted on 01925 224076. Edward Jones
Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services
Authority and is a member of the London Stock Exchange. Registered
in England and Wales No 3403976 and based at 11 Westferry Circus,
Canary Wharf, London, E14 4HH.
PERSONAL PORTRAITS UNVEILED FOR EXHIBITION
LORD and Lady
Derby are to share their favourite paintings with the people of
Merseyside as Knowsley Hall gets ready to open its doors.
As part of this year’s public opening in August, ‘The People
Behind The Portraits’ will bring together paintings from the
Derby’s personal art collection, which up until now have remained
housed in their private residences.
Works by world-renowned artists including Sir Godfrey Kneller, a
leading portrait painter in England during the late 17th and early
18th centuries and William Hogarth, an 18th century printmaker and
pictorial satirist, will be exhibited for the first time.
Emma Tate is curator of The Derby Collection, she said:- “The
Hall has been the ancestral home of the Stanley family since 1385
and over the years the Earls of Derby have amassed a stunning
portrait collection. The exhibition will display work dating
as far back as the early 17th century and feature famous historical
faces including King Charles I, the poet John Dryden, as well as
several members of the Stanley family themselves.”
Lord Derby said:-
“We are extremely proud of our art collection and felt that this
exhibition was a fitting tribute to the city in its year as European
Capital of Culture.
We have derived much pleasure from the
Derby Collection over the years and are sure that visitors to the
Hall will be equally impressed and inspired by these magnificent
The People Behind The Portraits takes place as part of the Hall’s
public opening from the 14 August 2008 to the 20 August 2008.
Tickets cost £12
and are now available at
knowsley.com or by calling
0151 489 4827.