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Supporting vital children's mental health charity Place2Be

Register for a ticket for a very special live-streaming event

Please help us to support one of Rigby Group's chosen charities - Place2Be - who are holding a very special virtual Christmas Carol concert on Thursday 3 December to raise funds for the vital children's mental health services that  they offer.  

There will be some amazing familiar faces taking part including the charity's ambassadors author Sophie Dahl and broadcaster Katie Thistleton, plus actors Nina Sosanya, Damian Lewis, Kiera Knightley and Ben Miller, amongst others. 

For details on how to buy your ticket to this live-streaming event hosted in St Marylebone Parish Church, please visit:   https://www.place2be.org.uk/carolconcert20

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Our priority is to ensure we keep our people, customers and partners as safe and well as possible, whilst ensuring we are able to continue to deliver a seamless service to all at this difficult time.

At Rigby Capital, we are working with each of our businesses to ensure that business continuity plans are in place. Our policy is to follow the latest advice and guidance from World Health Organisation (WHO), Public Health England, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and Governments in each of the jurisdictions in which we operate.

With the exception of a core team of  staff on site, the majority of our team will be working remotely from home using agile working technologies to deliver work and carry out meetings. To test our readiness for a further escalation of the Coronavirus / COVID-19 situation we have as part of Rigby Group completed a large-scale business continuity exercise to ensure our people are prepared as fully as possible.

We currently refrain from hosting visitors in our office, as a step to reduce risk for both our partners and our people, which is in line with the approach taken by many other firms and businesses. We are, of course, also promoting basic good hygiene to minimise the spread of germs.

Currently we do not have any cases of COVID-19 recorded amongst our partners and staff.  If you need more detail on any part of our business continuity planning, please contact us.