News archive from 14 April 2014, page 12

Tick-start for town hall clock

Tick-start for town hall clock

Spen's most iconic clock will tick once more as work finally starts to bring back the time to Cleckheaton's skyline. The Spenborough Town Hall clock has stood still for years, but, after an area committee grant was secured for its repair, its hands...

 

Punch Taverns debt puts North Staffordshire and South Cheshire pubs at risk

DOZENS of local pubs and hundreds of jobs may be at risk after pub company Punch Taverns stacked up £2.6 billion of debt. The pub chain must agree a new payment plan with investors tomorrow, or it could face administration. Punch Taverns owns around...

 
Notts: Love Food, Hate Waste challenge venues revealed

Notts: Love Food, Hate Waste challenge venues revealed

Nottinghamshire County Council and Veolia Environmental Services (Nottinghamshire County Council's Waste Contractors) are proud to announce the dates for 3 exciting upcoming Love Food Hate Waste "Feed 1,000' Challenges! The challenges are being...

 
Tick-start for town hall clock

Tick-start for town hall clock

Spen's most iconic clock will tick once more as work finally starts to bring back the time to Cleckheaton's skyline. The Spenborough Town Hall clock has stood still for years, but, after an area committee grant was secured for its repair, its hands...

 
Your News: School welcomes acclaimed lecturers

Your News: School welcomes acclaimed lecturers

It has certainly been a busy term for pupils at Oakham School, with a raft of acclaimed lecturers visiting the School to inspire its pupils, including James Astill, the Political Editor and Bagehot columnist for The Economist. James, a former Oakham...

 
Tick-start for town hall clock

Tick-start for town hall clock

Spen's most iconic clock will tick once more as work finally starts to bring back the time to Cleckheaton's skyline. The Spenborough Town Hall clock has stood still for years, but, after an area committee grant was secured for its repair, its hands...

 
Trefoil team sew up 150m of bunting!

Trefoil team sew up 150m of bunting!

Last September the ladies of Todmorden Trefoil Guild agreed to join many others in the Valley in accepting the challenge to create the longest stretch of bunting in existence. This will create a new Guinness World Record, that of creating the longest...

 
Long-haired duo cut locks for wig trust

Long-haired duo cut locks for wig trust

A long-haired duo who had locks as long as their shoulders had their heads shaved to raise money for a children's wig charity at an Alfreton salon last week. Chris Hall, 33, and Andy Warburton, 31, had their heads shaved at the Hair & Beauty at...

 
Dance glory for Archie

Dance glory for Archie

A nine-year-old Jacksdale schoolboy, one of the Awsworth-based Team Revolution School of Dancing's newest recruits, has achieved a stunning success in what was only his fifth competition. Archie Dobbin (pictured), a pupil at Jacksdale Primary, was...

 
Future of healthcare in district

Future of healthcare in district

IVF treatment will be available to couples living in the Harrogate district for the first time since 2010 after the area's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) agreed funding for a range of healthcare provision. The Harrogate and Rural District CCG...

 
Traffic and weather blog LIVE: Monday April 14

Traffic and weather blog LIVE: Monday April 14

Refresh automatically On | Off Welcome to another working week. Weather No bad weather warnings yet, but the MET office are warning the far north of Scotland to wrap up warm - it's going to feel like an icy 1 degree today. Bet you wish you hadn't...

 
Monday morning travel updates for Derby and Derbyshire

Monday morning travel updates for Derby and Derbyshire

7am There is queuing traffic on A6005 Derby Road in Long Eaton at the College Street junction. We will keep you updated throughout the morning with any more news on the roads. In the meantime you can follow these links to plan your journey: LIVE...

 
Patients have room to breathe at last with £6.6m centre

Patients have room to breathe at last with £6.6m centre

CYSTIC fibrosis patients are being offered a "home from home" today as a purpose-built £6.6 million facility is opened at the City Hospital. The Wolfson Cystic Fibrosis Centre will cater for up to 250 patients a year and offer tailor-made...

 

A good move, but what next for old stations?

FOR more than a century, Nottingham's central police and fire stations have been a reassuring presence in the heart of the city. The emergency services' use of the site between Burton and Shakespeare Streets goes back to the age when coppers actually...

 
Future of healthcare in district

Future of healthcare in district

IVF treatment will be available to couples living in the Harrogate district for the first time since 2010 after the area's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) agreed funding for a range of healthcare provision. The Harrogate and Rural District CCG...

 


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