Entries by Laurie Stewart

Corporate Ambassador, Mark Beaumont completes eighty-day challenge achieving two Guinness World Records titles

Ultra-endurance athlete shatters cycling world record by forty-three days Mark Beaumont completes eighty-day challenge achieving two Guinness World Records titles Ultra-endurance athlete  Mark Beaumont has set a new Guinness World Records title, taking one third off the current record (123 days) for the Fastest circumnavigation by bicycle, completing the challenge in just 80 days on […]

FareShare Corporate Challenge Days – Edinburgh

At the start of September, the team from our Edinburgh and Borders offices spent the day at the Fare Share Edinburgh depot.  FareShare is Bruce Stevenson’s chosen charity for 2017 and the idea was to spend the day helping them out with jobs that they often don’t get the chance to get round to. Both […]

Scottish Disability Golf Partnership Annual Golf Competition

We are delighted to once again be supporting the Scottish Disability Golf Partnership. On Thursday 6th July, we attended the annual competition held by the SDGP at Ralston Golf and Country Club. This year marked the fifth year of the SDGP visiting the club and playing alongside members and sponsors in a fun competition on […]

Bruce Stevenson helps open doors at the Old Leith Theatre

We were delighted to sponsor the fourth Hidden Door festival in Edinburgh earlier this month. This non-profit and 100% volunteer-run multi-arts festival brought ten days and nights of music, theatre, visual art, film and the spoken work to the old Leith Theatre bringing this stunning venue back to life. Left derelict and decaying for some […]

Why business cover is crucial

Nick Morrall, Our Risk Management Consultant here at Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers reinforces why business cover is crucial no matter what industry you work in. A batch of cheese linked to a fatal E.coli outbreak in Scotland last year was reported to have caused the death of a three year old child from Dunbartonshire with […]

Fun Facts from Lloyd’s of London

Opened in 1686 by Edward Lloyd, Lloyd’s Coffee House quickly became a popular establishment for London’s sailors and merchants. Its clientele soon realised that this was the perfect place to begin transacting marine insurance, and in the immediate years that followed, became the birthplace of many insurance practices that we are familiar with today. 331 […]