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Bishop's Move ensure minimal disruption during University library renovation
Bishop’s Move ensure University of Surrey library users are not disturbed
19 January 2018

As a long-standing supplier to the University of Surrey, Bishop’s Move became involved in the project of installing updated shelving within the existing library. The University had been given the opportunity to refurbish areas of the older, original buildings to provide more modern and upgraded study spaces with new shelving for the collections. This also allowed for updating group study ...

Rupert Guiel - officially the youngest competitor at 2017’s New York City Marathon
Bishop’s Move’s General Manager's 18-year old son officially the youngest competitor in NYC marathon
15 November 2017

50,000+ runners yet Bishop’s Move’s General Manager, David Guiel’s 18-year old son officially the youngest competitor at 2017’s New York City Marathon Rupert Guiel, an 18-year old running ...

Bishop's Move's, David Guiel, with son Rupert - set to be the New York City Marathon's youngest runn
Bishop's Move Employee's Son set to be Youngest Competitor at this Weekend's New York City Marathon!
03 November 2017

Bishop's Move would like to wish David Guiel, General Manager, and his son Rupert Guiel, the very best of luck at this weekend's New York City Marathon! Rupert Guiel, currently a 17-year old running enthusiast, is ...

Ease the Squeeze customer has great holiday in store
Thanks to manager, Ease the Squeeze customer has a great holiday in store!!
31 October 2017

When Francesca Langhorn realised that her passport was accidentally left in storage in Ease the Squeeze, Brighton, it looked highly likely that her forthcoming holiday would have to be cancelled - it was Sunday...

Bishop’s Move saves London's oldest chess club from a final checkmate
Bishop’s Move saves London's oldest chess club from a final checkmate.
24 October 2017

Battersea Chess Club, which has served the London area for 132 years, was facing the alarming prospect of being turfed out of its home south of the river when it received an unexpected rent hike. Based in Falcon ...