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2015/02/27 04:08
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GISBORNE man Bob Berry has been awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Veitch Memorial Medal for “outstanding contributions to the advancement of the science of horticulture”. The award is an...
2015/02/27 04:08
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2015/02/19 14:44
2015/02/19 14:44
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Late winter or early spring, before buds break from bare tree branches, is the time to prune most deciduous trees and shrubs. This includes fruit, flowering and shade trees. Trees have a unique...
2015/02/19 14:27
2015/02/19 14:27
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A Harrow-born artist has been selected to exhibit her work at a botanical art show. Rayners Lane artist Claire McDermott has been offered a place at the 2015 New Royal Horticultural Society London...
2015/02/18 15:49
2015/02/18 15:49
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Abandoned Marlay Park cottage gets new lease Cottage orné in Rathfarnham’s Marlay Park is new the headquarters and gardening school premises for the Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland Abandoned...
2015/02/15 13:55
2015/02/15 13:55
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Groups share funding kitty ALMOST £40,000 will be given to a village’s community buildings and groups. The Old School Rooms, Congresbury War Memorial Hall and Congresbury Youth Club are all set to...
2015/02/15 13:16
2015/02/15 13:16
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Church celebrates new ministry Rev Julie Sims and the Venerable Andy Piggott Archdeacon of Bath with guest clergy and officials. MEMBERS of the church community gathered to celebrate a new...
2015/02/15 10:55
2015/02/15 10:55
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Workers to protest council budget meeting COUNCIL workers will man a protest at the authority’s next meeting to call for an end to the ‘war on workers’, a union has announced. Unison members will...
2015/02/15 10:55
2015/02/15 10:55
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St Katherines School Pill Theatre company performing Julius Caesar from year seven students. A theatre group from the Bristol Old Vic entertained students at St Katherine’s School in Pill with a live...
2015/02/15 09:55
2015/02/15 09:55
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Hot Topic: Odeon changes win revamp THE Mercury treated readers to a behind the scenes look at the changes being made to Weston’s Odeon cinema last week. The national chain has spent about £250,000...
2015/02/15 08:55
2015/02/15 08:55
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Lifesaving doctors needed Dr James Hickman, chairman and volunteer with SAVES. EVERYONE dreads a call from the emergency services, but for Dr James Hickman it can be an everyday occurrence. Dr...
2015/02/14 17:55
2015/02/14 17:55
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Pupils sing at Wells Cathedral Churchill Academy and Sixth Form's Youthful Spirit gospel choir sing at Wells Cathedral. A GOSPEL choir from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form wowed the audience at...
2015/02/14 16:55
2015/02/14 16:55
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Grease cast donates to baby care unit Cast members from the school production of Grease presenting a cheque for money raised to Anna Shepherd and Laura Madams from the Wallace and Gromit...
2015/02/14 15:55
2015/02/14 15:55
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Plea for toad patrollers to come forward Winscombe Toad Patrol is calling for volunteers. AN ARMY of torch-wielding toad patrollers are about to hit the streets in a bid to save more amphibians than...
2015/02/14 14:55
2015/02/14 14:55
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Fire victim dies despite rescue A 67-YEAR-OLD wheelchair-bound man died after being badly burnt in a fire that ripped through his home, despite the brave efforts of neighbours to rescue him. Peter...
2015/02/14 14:55
2015/02/14 14:55
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Streetlife users concerned by plans for more houses A proposal to build 79 homes on Bleadon Hill has been the subject of some heated discussion on Streetlife this week. Developer Clifton Emery...
2015/02/14 12:55
2015/02/14 12:55
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Hutton village park gets top RHS award Des Phippen Park,Hutton who have just won an award from the RHS. THE Des Phippen memorial park in Hutton has scooped a top award from the Royal Horticultural...
2015/02/03 15:31
2015/02/03 15:31
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Britain in Bloom judges tour Norwich city gardens. Judges Andrew Jackson, left, and Martyn Hird, right, take a closer look at plants in the Assembly House Garden with chairman of Norwich in Bloom,...
2015/02/27 04:08
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