Take on a new challenge for 2015! After the thrilling success of Nightrider event in June 2014, we are pleased to announce that we have 15 spaces available for participants to take part in this magical event on 6th – 7th June 2015. Nightrider is a 100km cycling challenge through London… but there is a twist! It […]
We are now recruiting for an Executive Assistant (EA) – a newly created position which will report directly to our CEO. Based at our HQ at the Fullbrook School, the EA’s main duties will comprise providing general administrative support to our CEO. The EA will also communicate regularly with senior leaders from both the business and public sectors and […]
0 Days to go….and did you know that 0 represents the number of other countries in the world that serve Christmas pudding with their holiday meal??? Merry Christmas!
Research has shown that on average, around £170 is spent on a baby’s 1st Christmas in the UK.
The 2nd candle of Advent (lit on the second Sunday), is the Bethlehem candle.
Dear supporters, friends and family, We would like to invite you to read our winter newsletter! This is jam-packed with plenty of Eikons’ incredible achievements over the last few months, and allows you to gain a brilliant insight into the important work Eikon is currently doing with vulnerable young people in Surrey. Your support is greatly […]
The average shelf life of a store-bought Christmas cake is 3 years!
The number 4 represents the number of Sundays in Advent.
Can you name the best selling Christmas song ever? It’s “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby, which to-date has sold over 50 million copies world wide since its release in 1942. Do you have a copy? If not, buy it through Easyfundraising.co.uk and raise money for Eikon at the same time!
Back to “The Twelve Days of Christmas”…. The 6 Geese a Laying in this song represent the six days of creation. On each of these days, God created: Day 1: The heavens, the earth, light and darkness Day 2: Heaven Day 3: Dry land, the seas and vegetation Day 4: The sun, the moon and the stars […]