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Reading's new mayor is a heavy metal fan
The gold chains were exchanged on Wednesday night to honour the new ‘heavy metal’ mayor of Reading. Councillor Marian Livingston, 70, is a rock fan, according to her colleague Cllr Paul...
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Dementia week sends message that talking changes ...
By ROBERT GIBSON firstname.lastname@example.org Last updated at 12:16, Thursday, 23 May 2013 TWO decades ago, Alzheimer’s was considered a normal part of ageing. Chairman of the Alzheimer's Society,...
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Volunteers meet shoppers for Dementia Awareness W...
DEMENTIA sufferers and families affected by the condition are being encouraged to speak up. The Alzheimer's Society said the more people knew about dementia the better sufferers could face up to...
Read more at Coventry Observer
Packing up in aid of charity
Staff from a Lincolnshire-based home care agency have raised nearly £300 for the
through a sponsored bag pack. The team from Home Care Solutions spent time at Morrisons in...
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Can bubbly improve your memory?
Sir John Mortimer drank a glass of champagne every morning and said it was the secret to a long life. He died aged 85. London - It’s a perfect reason to crack open the champagne – new research...
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Conservative stalwart takes on Mayoral role
THE Mayoral chains were being passed to Councillor John Hudson during the Mayor-making ceremony at Oldham Civic Centre today. The long-serving Conservative councillor takes over the role from...
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Dementia Solutions Event Southport > UK News > Ne...
Sefton with support from key partners including local law firm Maxwell Hodge, is holding a free event offering advice on dementia issues. Experts say that by 2021 one million...
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Vitamins That Cost Pennies a Day Seen Delaying De...
A cheap regimen of vitamins in use for decades is seen by scientists as a way to delay the start of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, a goal that prescription drugs have failed to achieve. Now, in...
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Two generous businessmen awarded by the Rotary Cl...
Two generous businessmen awarded by the Rotary Club of Basingstoke Deane From left: Terry Thornhill, of Toucan Travel, Julian Ricketts, president of The Rotary Club of Basingstoke Deane, and Rafi...
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Chelsea beckons for Nigel
Nigel Osborne with Adam Frost Chelsea beckons for Nigel PORTISHEAD gardening enthusiasts visiting the Chelsea Flower Show this month may spot a familiar face in the Homebase show garden. To send a...
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My dad, dementia and me
My dad, David Elleray, was never stuck for words. Talking was his number one hobby. He held court at parties and was of the view that everyone would want to listen to his knowledge on any given...
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Events to focus the mind on dementia
Events to focus the mind on dementia A RANGE of events will be held across Bury next week to coincide with Dementia Awareness Week. Activities include awareness talks, coffee mornings, a trip to the...
Read more at Bury Times
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Exciting first week for new mayor Geoff
Published at 12:06, Thursday, 16 May 2013 COPELAND’S new mayor Geoff Garrity has spoken of his “pride and honour” at becoming the borough’s first citizen. new role: The new mayor of Copeland Geoff...
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What’s on this week?
Friday (May 17) Andy Stone: GF Club, Banbury, 9pm, members free, guests £1 Raw Condition: The Dolphin Inn, Middleton Cheney, 9pm, free Saturday (May 18) Tess & The D’Urbervilles: Banbury Trades...
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Stevenage couple ‘betrayed’ by friend who stole i...
Ian Bamford was sentenced at Stevenage Magistrates' Court on Monday Stevenage couple ‘betrayed’ by friend who stole iPad and vibrator A COUPLE who had an iPad and vibrator stolen from their home by...
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Stevenage Magistrates’ Court
Tributes to 'crème de la crème' of local snooker
A SNOOKER legend and member of a Byfleet billiards club had died at the age of 80. Chris Ross won snooker and billiards championships from the 1950s through to the 1970s, including the prestigious...
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Norfolk boys bid for County Cup tennis glory
Norfolk 14&U team: Back row (left to right) - Owen Tudor, Nicky Crawley (assistant captain). Chris Stocker (captain), Will Davies. Front - Matthew Cott, Laurie Ollerton, Matthew Samson. The Norfolk...
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New Taunton Deane Mayor Libby Lisgo coins in £2,0...
New Taunton Deane Mayor Libby Lisgo coins in £2,000 at inaugural dinner dance Mayor Libby Lisgo with consort Alan Britton. LIBBY Lisgo got off to a flying start as Mayor of Taunton Deane when she...
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The 10 Best sponsored cycle rides
... British Heart Foundation London to Brighton Night Ride A well-organised 60-mile ride with a great atmosphere that sees around 5,000 cyclists ride through the night. There are two rest stops, but...
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Monday 13 May 2013
Kings Place (round the back of). Scene of a couple of interesting talks tonight. (See below) GIVE BLOOD: Today’s opportunity to donate blood is at Lambeth Town Hall in Brixton. Free, just turn up,...
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Lambeth Town Hall
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