Sunday, 13 April 2014

Egg Donations are Eggceptionally Good

Over the past three weeks, Access Self Storage stores from across the nation have been receiving Easter egg donations on behalf of a number of charities.

So far the donations have been eggscellent and notable mentions go to:

  • Access Self Storage, Northampton collecting over 154 eggs for the Northamptonshire County Council Adoption Team 
  • Access Self Storage, Manchester collecting over 100 eggs for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust
 Access Self Store Northampton, Store Manager, Robert Samuel. 

A big thank you to every person or organisation who has donated to this wonderful cause. We are still hoping for an eggstra push at the following stores to achieve that lucky 100 eggs: Acton, Boston Manor and Ealing (for Acton Homeless Concern), Coventry ( for Tiny Tim’s Children’s Centre), Cricklewood (for The Children's Society), Derby (for Rainbow Children's Hospice), Kingston (for Kingston Food Bank), Portsmouth (for Rowan's Hospice), Selly Oak (for Queen Elizabeth Hospital Charity), Southampton (for Rainbow's Centre), Sunbury (for The Friends of Hounslow Portage) and Sutton (for Sweets for Life).

Last year the Access Self Storage stores collected over 500 eggs from 11 stores. Click here to read more or go to or

And that’s all yolks.

Friday, 11 April 2014

Meet the Most Desired People in Britain

Golden Goose PR were delighted when waking up on Saturday morning (albeit with sore heads thanks to team drinks at our new local) to discover that our client,, had made the front cover of The Times Magazine.’s very own Prince Charming, Nicholas, was the poster boy for the most desired people in Britain. Nicholas was also joined in the piece by the beautiful Grace who is also a member of Click here to meet Britain's most wanted.

If you fancy trying your luck with our very own Posh and Becks then why don’t you sign up to to see if you make the cut?

Friday, 4 April 2014

The Geese Have Flown to a New Nest!

As of yesterday, we left our office in the pretty streets of Marylebone and moved into the heart of Covent Garden. We truly LOVE it.

The area is buzzing with people and we feel amidst all the action. Lunch breaks may begin to involve an occasional window shop or even a trip to Flesh and Buns or Food for Thought with an afternoon pick-me-up from Scoop, the gelateria for chocolate lovers (twenty flavours means twenty reasons to visit).

We are also very excited to have gained Stretch as our amazing office neighbours including the adorable Jack Russell, Rocco.

Rocco often runs in for a tickle.

At the moment, we are having fun decorating our new space, but when it’s finished, celebrations are due!