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Thank you everyone for biking it, bussing it, walking it or car-sharing it for our Green Day on 23rd August. Our colleagues at the PCT ensured that extra car sharing spaces were available for all their staff who took part and special thanks go to the team from Liquid who achieved a saving of 134 miles between them by car sharing.
Thank you also to Lorraine and Helen from Future Home Care and Jeremy Hall from Shout PR who all cycled in, not forgetting our own Ransomwood staff who left their cars at home. We managed to help the environment and do a bit of exercise all at the same time and saved 261 miles, the equivalent of 90,000 grams of carbon. Thanks to Forever Green for rewarding our Greenies with a hot cup of coffee and a Danish pastry.
Our M.D., James Cannon, had a tough time of it as he cycled in from Bolsover. – we think he took the scenic route as it took him 5 hours to get to the office!
After abandoning his car at a car park in Bolsover James got on his bike and cycled to Cuckney. He then joined National Cycle Route 6 which runs from Worksop to Hucknall but after taking a wrong turn ended up somewhere on the A614. He dodged the cows (!) and found his way to the A617 into Rainworth.
And here’s the proof that he did finally get here!
For his journey home he decided to take the bus but as he’s now found out, you can’t take bikes on the bus! So he had to cycle all the way back again – another 2 hour journey. He managed to save 16 miles and got enough exercise to last him until we do the whole thing again next year!
Published: 23rd May 2019
There is a special connection at Ransom Wood to Night Jars – learn a bit more about this in our Nightjar article.
Published: 14th January 2013
Say hello to our old man of the woods. Isn’t he great! He was carved for us by Mark Butler who has won several prizes for his work.
Love this place
We rent an office here and it’s just such a lovely place to drive into everyday
Still love to walk around. I used to live in the big house at the top of the drive, it was Oak House then and I nursed at Ransom Hospital , Byron Ward which was on the left side of Ransom Hall car park. Oak House used to be Sisters accommodation. I think the main chef lived upstairs when I lived there and just me downstairs mostly. I loved it but had to keep my kitchen door closed because of the squirrels. Loved looking down the drive out of my bedroom and lounge windows, beautiful in Autumn and when it snowed, I worked at Ransom Hospital until it closed in 1987. Wonder why Oak House was later named Ash House? Lovely dining at Forever Green in the grounds whilst I reminisce.
Absolutely spot on as regards setting up a virtual office. Really friendly and helpful reception staff, with onsite meeting rooms available if needed. Very pleased.
Great place for taking pets a walk, lovely cafe with meeting rooms.
A great place
Brilliant place, they have all sorts of businesses there. A cafe, hypnotherapy, hypnopuncture as well many others. Worth a drive up just to see what's there. Furthermore, it's in lovely surroundings.
Just go there and walk for miles! Beautiful views from strawberry hill too.
Great place,hidden away
Set in beautiful woodland.. a very relaxing place to work.
Very tranquil here, feel at real ease could get lost in my own thoughts
Lots of meeting rooms. Follow signes not sat nav to find entrence as its moved. Plenty of parking.
Nice business offices and restaurant
Love it. Great setting, and reasonable rents.