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  1. Hi @Sarah Wise, I've contacted our support team and our web developer regarding your issue. Hopefully we can fix this issue for you. I'll keep your updated. Kind Regards, CitySafe
  2. UAP will be showcasing their latest innovations at the MLA Expo 2021 and provide a preview of their upcoming launches. If you're attending, make sure to visit stand H1: 25, 26, 27 & 28 and say hello! Here are some of the things you can expect from UAP's stand: Experience the NEW Fullex Kinetica+ K4 3* cylinder - a game changer for security and reliability. As well as Kinetica+ K4, the stand will also feature the Locking Systems Milos 100 and Milos 900 cylinder ranges. Get a sneak preview of a new range of Fullex AI electronic locks! PLUS! The highly respected auto locksmith Martin Pink aka @rapidlockswill be leading FREE Genuine Lishi training. Martin has been at the forefront of the development of tools and techniques for picking, decoding and opening many of today's toughest locks. And more! If you've not yet registered to attend, you can do so here: https://locksmiths.yarringtonevents.co.uk/ - it's FREE!
  3. @PaulCawkwell - issue fixed and we've added the images to your original post
  4. Hi @PaulCawkwell, We have received your messages about not being able to upload an image. Please can you email the image you'd like to upload to the following email address: digital@uapcorporate.com and we can get our web developer to look into this error. Kind Regards, CitySafe
  5. Hi all, The fourth instalment of UAP's Hardware Intel: Ear Edition podcast is out now! This month, host and property expert Sian Astley is joined by UAP’s Business Development Manager Richard Morris and Locking Systems General Manager Bill Murray who lead a discussion about hardware safety for global urbanisation. Listen to Episode 4: https://bit.ly/36EjFyQ&nbsp Find out more about Episode 4: https://bit.ly/3aE8rvs  Watch Episode 4:
  6. Hi all, Happy New Year! Again, I hope you're all keeping safe and well. The third instalment of UAP's Hardware Intel: Ear Edition podcast hit the airwaves today. Host and property expert Sian Astley, UAP's Chief Financial Officer Bonnie Hodson, and Marketing Director Kamila Kasperowicz discuss how hardware can be made sustainably, and how that can contribute to a greener world. Listen to Episode 3: https://spoti.fi/2XikNCV Watch Episode 3: https://bit.ly/3rYinrb Find out more about Episode 3: https://bit.ly/3pXwqvg
  7. The second episode of UAP’s new podcast, Hardware Intel: Ear Edition is out now; this episode features a conversation between host Sian Astley, UAP Operations Director Wendy Rushton and NJJ Business Consultant Nicola John about the importance of effective staff training in a modern business. Listen to Episode 2: http://ow.ly/6kEP50CBmxk Watch Episode 2: http://ow.ly/J1wz50CBmxj Find out more about Episode 2: http://ow.ly/Hg9X50CBmxl
  8. Hi all, I hope you're keeping safe and well. The owners of the forum, UAP Limited, have produced their first ever podcast! Hosted by TV presenter, interior designer and property consultant Sian Astley, the podcast will run over six episodes released month, and each focusing on a different topic - from home security for every day life, to fire safety and regulation. Each topic is discussed between Sian and two of UAP's experts, who each bring vast experience and knowledge to the conversation. The debut episode is out now! Host Sian chats to UAP CEO David Jennings and National Sales Director Barry Halpin about how COVID has/will affect the door hardware industry, smart tech and more. Listen to Episode 1: http://ow.ly/pRco50CddK7 Watch Episode 1: http://ow.ly/ch2e50CddK9 Find out more about Episode 1: http://ow.ly/vN2W50CddK8
  9. Note to any new members: Any post created for the purposes of selling will have to be approved by the Admin and Moderating Team - this is to stop people using the forum purely for profit. Any new members of accounts created (i.e. members who have joined for less than 12 months and/or not contributed at least 20 times to forum threads) will be required to pay an up-front donation of £5 to the Mizen Foundation before your advertising post will be approved in the For Sale & Wanted section of the forum. A link to the forum charity is: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/shoe-repairer-forum-mizen-foundation Any current members or accounts are allowed to advertise for free, as long as they have been a member for at least 12 months and contributed to forum threads at least 20 times. They must guarantee they will donate to the fund once the sale is complete. Anyone disregarding this will be warned once and then banned for any further infractions, on top of being named and shamed. CitySafe
  10. We felt it was only right that the Shoe Repairer forum fully supported Barry and Margaret with their new charity the Mizen Foundation, following the news that they had parted ways from the charity they founded, most recently known as For Jimmy, now known as Smart Choices. Any posts created for the purposes of selling need approval from the forum’s Admin and Moderating Team. This is to stop people using the forum purely for profit. New Members Any new members or accounts created (i.e. members who have held an account for less than 12 months and/or have not contributed at least 20 times to forum threads) will be required to pay an-upfront donation of £5 to the Mizen Foundation fund before their advertising post is approved. Current Members Any current members or accounts (i.e. members who have held an account for at least 12 months and contributed to forum threads at least 20 times) are not required to pay an up-front donation before their advertising post is approved. We ask that current members donate to the Mizen Foundation fund once their sale is complete. Anyone disregarding this will be warned once and then banned for any further infractions, on top of being named and shamed. Here is a link to the Shoe Repairer forum Just Giving page for the Mizen Foundation, please make any donations here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/shoe-repairer-forum-mizen-foundation
  11. Hi all, We are currently looking into the forum charity, as it come to our attention that Barry and Margaret have parted ways from the charity they founded, most recently known as For Jimmy, now known as Smart Choices to establish a new charity. We would love to continue our support to the Mizen family, and have contacted them in regards to supporting their new charity. You will notice that banners promoting what was ForJimmy.org have been removed and our Virgin Money fundraising has been closed and is no longer accepting donations. Updates to follow.
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