On Wednesday 29th March, we hosted the Wandsworth Chamber Big Breakfast networking event with the theme: ‘Designing out crime and the impact of theft and shoplifting’. We were pleased to see so many local business owners make it bright and early to attend the event in order to discover how they could enhance effectively and efficiently the security of their premises. Read more ►
On Wednesday 8th March, Banham Academy attended the South Thames College 2017 Employability week. The Academy was one of the many employers and apprenticeship providers present at the college’s Wandsworth campus which was full of young learners, all of whom were eager to find the right career path for them. Great interest was shown in the Security Systems Apprenticeship we offer; especially by those currently undertaking electrical installation and trade based courses. There was also interest from those who are looking to change direction from their current studies. Overall it was refreshing to see so many young people give real thought and consideration to the benefits an apprenticeship can offer. We wish all students at South Thames College the very best in their studies and hope to see some of them join us here at Banham Academy in the near future.
On Saturday 25th February we had the pleasure of attending the 11th Annual Emerald Ivy Ball; an event we were proud to sponsor. The Ball celebrates the partnership between Cancer Research UK and the Marie Keating Foundation which raises funds for the Cancer Awareness Roadshow Units. On this particular night, an amazing £638.000 was raised. Read more ►
On Saturday 18th February Highgate Safer Neighbourhood team are holding another crime prevention and awareness event, running between 10am – 4pm at Sheldon Avenue, Highgate, at the Junction of Denewood Road (near to Highgate golf club). Read more ►
Banham is proud to announce that as part of its overall commitment to being a responsible ethical business we aim to continuously improve the efficiency with which we use all forms of energy. Read more ►
In an attempt to raise awareness and help people secure their properties over the coming Christmas period, Banham exhibited at a pop-up stall in Barclays bank on Kensington High Street yesterday.
In keeping with the intention and spirit of the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Security Systems Policy and in conjunction with the Metropolitan Police, Banham initiated a method of filtering Personal Attack signals that is effective in reducing the number of false alarms passed to the Police.