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2014/11/25 19:19
2014/11/25 19:19
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She painted it in the winter of 1961. Now the painting has been reproduced on new entrance signs to the park as councillors try to secure funding for a £2m refurbishment of the facility which opened...
2014/11/25 19:19
2014/11/25 19:19
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2014/11/25 14:53
2014/11/25 14:53
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A YOUTH group in danger of closing due to lack of funding has been saved after it was decided to cut services and lose one staff member to save money. Ferryhill Ecafe was set up in 2001 in a...
2014/11/25 08:28
2014/11/25 08:28
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Pensioners around Britain have flooded a helpline, within the first year of its creation, due to loneliness, isolation, domestic abuse, and neglect. The Silver Line, which was only founded a year ago...
2014/11/24 17:49
2014/11/24 17:49
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VOTES are now needed in an 'X Factor' style TV phone-in to help a South Lakes community group win £50,000 for a new children's play area. The Millerground Enhancement Group's 'Windermere RePlay'...
2014/11/24 08:20
2014/11/24 08:20
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A day centre that’s facing closure could be saved – if the people of South Wales get behind it. Adamsdown Day Centre in Cardiff looks set to close in the New Year due to a lack of funding but now a...
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2014/11/23 23:45
2014/11/23 23:45
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The critics were wrong – a harmless flutter hasn’t led us straight to the bookies or a degenerate life – but it has boosted the country, writes Lori Anderson IT IS the powder pink paper of promise....
2014/11/23 21:47
2014/11/23 21:47
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For 20 years we have been playing the National Lottery, hoping to win a life-changing jackpot. Each week most of us have been disappointed but consoled by the knowledge that some of our stakes go to...
2014/11/23 14:55
2014/11/23 14:55
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Worle High Street Shops. Big Worle Hub launches open week WORLE’S answer to Strictly Come Dancing and The Great British Bake Off could feature among some fresh events staged at the new community...
2014/11/21 22:31
2014/11/21 22:31
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Olivia’s efforts rewarded by Get Set to Make a Change programmeCliff Park Ormiston Academys Olivia Lovatt with Jessica-Jane Applegate (left) and Goldie Sayers (right) at Norwichs Dunston...
2014/11/21 10:58
2014/11/21 10:58
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BUDDING stars from across East Lancashire are being encouraged to attend open auditions organised by producers working for Simon Cowell. The music and entertainment mogul will send his top talent...
2014/11/20 19:45
2014/11/20 19:45
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A SET of maquettes that were used to launch the The Kelpies in New York will be on display in the UK at an outdoor public space for the first time. The equine art works will be effectively stabled...
2014/11/20 18:31
2014/11/20 18:31
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Work on Filby’s new £629k village hall gets under wayThe first sod cut at Filby’'s new village hall by councillor David Thompson. Picture: James Bass Work has begun in earnest on Filby’s new village...
2014/11/20 12:34
2014/11/20 12:34
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FAMILIES in South Gloucestershire will benefit from a £145,000 Big Lottery grant. The charity Home-Start Bristol has been awarded the grant to help support families with young children. The money...
2014/11/18 19:48
2014/11/18 19:48
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Almost £500,000 has been awarded to a charity to protect young people from abusive relationships formed through sexting. The Federation of Community Association in South Tyneside (FOCAST) received...
2014/11/18 17:51
2014/11/18 17:51
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Farrelly was at Birmingham’s Paragon Hotel as over 100 young legacy leaders took centre stage to showcase their fantastic work on 'Get Set to Make a Change' last year. The programme, funded by the...
2014/11/17 22:20
2014/11/17 22:20
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A corridor of wildflowers leading to the city centre will be planted after Manchester won a funding bit with a little help from its traditional rivals. Council chiefs united with Liverpool Council to...
2014/11/16 02:41
2014/11/16 02:41
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Published at 09:09, Monday, 31 October 2011 PUPILS at Stamfordham First School have become pint-sized librarians to help with running their brand new library. Reading matter: Don White from the...
2014/11/14 13:31
2014/11/14 13:31
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Andrew Raeburn in action at the Highland Games in Halkirk in 2011. Picture: Northern Studios NEWS that Caithness could be in line for a £250,000 windfall to benefit sports, the arts and volunteering...
2014/11/14 08:31
2014/11/14 08:31
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Norfolk mental health charity fears cuts may deny help to the vulnerableJulian Support, based in Norwich. Helen Davies, trustee, and Ben Curran, head of operations, Norfolk service. Photo: Bill...
2014/11/12 10:26
2014/11/12 10:26
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A new play written and directed by acclaimed Liverpool playwright Dave Kirby will be premiered to students at a Liverpool school next month. Heaven for a Day is a joint project between Dave Kirby and...
2014/11/25 19:19
2014/11/25 19:19
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