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Horse and Hound
Welsh equine charity opposes ban on tetheringAn equine charity in Wales has opposed a suggested ban on tethering horses. Sw
Welsh equine charity opposes ban on tethering
Horse and Hound / Posted 4 hours ago
An equine charity in Wales has opposed a suggested ban on tethering horses. Swansea City Council has received calls for a ban to combat the widespread problem of tethering in public areas. However, the Community Horse and Pony Scheme (CHAPS) has... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ecos Centre Ballymena gets £1.6m investment as Northern Ireland Science Park expands into Mid and East Antrim Ecos Centre Ballymena: Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Billy Ashe (c
Ecos Centre Ballymena gets £1.6m investment as Northern Ireland Science Park expands into Mid and East Antrim
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Ecos Centre Ballymena: Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Billy Ashe (centre), NI Science Parks Director of Corporate Services,... Read more
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Forres Gazette
Cluny Hill could be lit up this yearPublished: 10/02/2016 08:55 - Updated: 09/02/2016 12:52 THERE’S light at the e
Cluny Hill could be lit up this year
Forres Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Published: 10/02/2016 08:55 - Updated: 09/02/2016 12:52 THERE’S light at the end of the tunnel for planners of a new event in Forres. Cluny Hill's paths could be lit up like The Enchanted Forest near Pitlochry. Local businessman and community... Read more
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heraldscotland
Digital champions will be backed by £500,000 to get reluctant Scots onlineTarget groups include people with disabilities, young adults seeking work, pens
Digital champions will be backed by £500,000 to get reluctant Scots online
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
Target groups include people with disabilities, young adults seeking work, pensioners and also the 77 per cent of people offline who claim lack of interest is the main factor putting them off. The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisation (SCVO)... Read more
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Northern Echo
Work underway on new Esh Winning Community CentreThe work is expected to take 24 weeks and be completed by this summer. Council
Work underway on new Esh Winning Community Centre
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
The work is expected to take 24 weeks and be completed by this summer. Councillor Barbara Armstrong, chairperson of Cornsay Parish Council and Durham County Councillor for Esh and Witton Gilbert, said: “Local residents have been very enthusiastic... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Westminster message...by Ronnie Cowan MPTHE dominant ‘story’ in Inverclyde has been the announcement that Texas Instrum
Westminster message...by Ronnie Cowan MP
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
THE dominant ‘story’ in Inverclyde has been the announcement that Texas Instruments (TI) are relocating their local manufacturing site abroad. The detrimental impact on the Inverclyde community is potentially immense with the possibility that 365... Read more
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walesonline
The worrying parallels between Kids Company and Wales' Awema scandalIn his report into the scandal that engulfed the publicly-funded Kids Company c
The worrying parallels between Kids Company and Wales' Awema scandal
walesonline / Posted 10 days ago
In his report into the scandal that engulfed the publicly-funded Kids Company charity in London, Bernard Jenkin MP was scathing. He wrote: “In the course of this inquiry the committee has heard what can only be described as an extraordinary... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Everton pioneer mental health awareness against NewcastleEVERTON will become the first Premier League team to dedicate a themed matchday
Everton pioneer mental health awareness against Newcastle
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
EVERTON will become the first Premier League team to dedicate a themed matchday to mental health issues. Time to Talk Day, highlighting awareness of the stigma around mental health, is on Thursday, February 4 - and the Blues have dedicated their... Read more
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express
Free seed kits for community groups, families and friends from Grow Wild campaign FEBRUARY is traditionally the month when Britain's gardeners start buying veg
Free seed kits for community groups, families and friends from Grow Wild campaign
express / Posted 11 days ago
FEBRUARY is traditionally the month when Britain's gardeners start buying vegetable and flower seeds for this year's growing season. And there is still time to get... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Lloyds Bank launches social entrepreneurs' support packagesLloyds Bank and the School for Social Entrepreneurs are offering entrepreneurs
Lloyds Bank launches social entrepreneurs' support packages
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
Lloyds Bank and the School for Social Entrepreneurs are offering entrepreneurs across Liverpool with a desire to inspire social change to realise their dream by offering them a fully-funded place on a 14-day course, a grant and a business... Read more
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Farming Life
Care home gardens to be landscaped in dementia-friendly projectCare home gardens will be landscaped with scented flowers, seats and bird feede
Care home gardens to be landscaped in dementia-friendly project
Farming Life / Posted 13 days ago
Care home gardens will be landscaped with scented flowers, seats and bird feeders using a National Lottery grant, in a bid to provide familiar settings for people with dementia. Outdoor spaces in many dementia care homes are rarely used, a charity... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Care home gardens to be landscaped in dementia-friendly project Those afflicted by dementia will be helped by landscaped gardens Care home g
Care home gardens to be landscaped in dementia-friendly project
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Those afflicted by dementia will be helped by landscaped gardens Care home gardens will be landscaped with scented flowers, seats and bird feeders using a National Lottery grant, in a... Read more
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Gazette News
Mental health unit staff "bogged down with paperwork"A WOMAN who has received care from the mental health trust in Colchester said i
Mental health unit staff "bogged down with paperwork"
Gazette News / Posted 16 days ago
A WOMAN who has received care from the mental health trust in Colchester said it appeared to be understaffed. Felicity Moy, 33, has spent periods of time in the Lakes unit in Turner Road since 2010 when she suffered a breakdown. She said: "The one... Read more
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chroniclelive
Burradon and Camperdown residents win lottery grant to help with new community centreCampaigners in a North East village have won a lottery grant to see if it is po
Burradon and Camperdown residents win lottery grant to help with new community centre
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
Campaigners in a North East village have won a lottery grant to see if it is possible to have a new community hub for residents. After the closure of the Camperdown Social Club in February 2014, the North Tyneside village was left without any venues... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Golden boy Michael Conlan is a cut above lifting Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year award World King eyes Rio joy after lifting top award Winners all: Telegraph Sport
Golden boy Michael Conlan is a cut above lifting Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year award
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
World King eyes Rio joy after lifting top award Winners all: Telegraph Sports Star of the Year Michael Conlan, flanked by Coach of the Year Michael... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Michael Conlan named Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year as Tele salutes the stars who made 2015 a year to remember Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Mi
Michael Conlan named Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year as Tele salutes the stars who made 2015 a year to remember
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, Belfast Telegraph's... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Youngsters Conor Ferguson and Olivia Mehaffey show the way at Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards In the swing: Olivia Mehaffey's father Philip accepts the award for his daugh
Youngsters Conor Ferguson and Olivia Mehaffey show the way at Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
In the swing: Olivia Mehaffey's father Philip accepts the award for his daughter's golf exploits from Paralympian gold medallist Kelly Gallagher and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill is a high quality arrival into Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards Hall of Fame Great sport: Republic of Ireland manager and former Northern Ireland captain
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill is a high quality arrival into Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards Hall of Fame
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Great sport: Republic of Ireland manager and former Northern Ireland captain Martin O'Neill is inducted into the Belfast Telegraph... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Michael Conlan knockout winner of Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year Award Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness with Michael Conlan pictured at the a
Michael Conlan knockout winner of Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year Award
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness with Michael Conlan pictured at the awards nightSports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
A year to remember for Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill Kyle Lafferty scored seven goals in nine Euro gamesMain man: Michael O'Neill
A year to remember for Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Kyle Lafferty scored seven goals in nine Euro gamesMain man: Michael O'Neill receives his Coach of the Year award from former Northern Ireland international Neil Lennon and Belfast... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards salutes the stars who made 2015 a year to remember Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Mi
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards salutes the stars who made 2015 a year to remember
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, Belfast Telegraph's editor Gail Walker, and Linwoods head of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: Michael Conlan is Sports Star of the Year as Northern Ireland athletes shine at big awards night Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Mi
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: Michael Conlan is Sports Star of the Year as Northern Ireland athletes shine at big awards night
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Sports Star of the Year: Michael Conlan . Trophy presented by Deputy First Minster Martin McGuinness, Belfast... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Council set to treble local charity fundingFORGET what you hear about the "cuts". For charities in Banbury, there is fina
Council set to treble local charity funding
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
FORGET what you hear about the "cuts". For charities in Banbury, there is finally some good news to shout about. Banbury Town Council has announced it will be trebling the amount of grant funding it is offering groups this year. It will give away... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: live updates as stars get ready to shine at big awards night In the spotlight: David Healy receives his Hall of Fame award last year from
Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: live updates as stars get ready to shine at big awards night
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
In the spotlight: David Healy receives his Hall of Fame award last year from Rachael Weir (Belleek Living), Michael O’Neill and Martin O’Neill The 2015... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Drop-in session for people left behind by technology launchesThe ‘Brek n Tech Drop-in’ allows those who are nervous about laptops and tablet
Drop-in session for people left behind by technology launches
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 20 days ago
The ‘Brek n Tech Drop-in’ allows those who are nervous about laptops and tablets to handle and practice on a range of equipment to help them understand the benefits of getting online. Sponsored by the Big Lottery Fund, the drop-in is a project being... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Reopening of town's landmark theatreWorkington's oldest theatre is getting ready for its reopening after a £500,000
Reopening of town's landmark theatre
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 23 days ago
Workington's oldest theatre is getting ready for its reopening after a £500,000 refurbishment. The Theatre Royal won a bid for £500,000 to renovate and expand the theatre. Peter Inglis and Pat Brinicombe in the theatre. Pic Tom Kay Friday 2nd... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Oswaldtwistle park set for £2m investment - including cafe and training kitchenAN OSWALDTWISTLE park is set for a £2million investment which will include crea
Oswaldtwistle park set for £2m investment - including cafe and training kitchen
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted a month ago
AN OSWALDTWISTLE park is set for a £2million investment which will include creation of a cafe and training kitchen. Rhyddings Park has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Big Lottery Fund (BIG) after help from Newground... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Leeds United hero’s ‘Wembley’ savedThe park where former Leeds United legend Jack Charlton learned to play footbal
Leeds United hero’s ‘Wembley’ saved
Yorkshire evening post / Posted a month ago
The park where former Leeds United legend Jack Charlton learned to play football is to be handed a £2.3m boost to its facilities. Hirst Park, in Ashington, Northumberland, is one of 12 parks and cemeteries across the country receiving a share of... Read more
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