News archive from 21 February 2015, page 14

Property Insider: Llangollen country house goes on sale for just under £1.4m

A Grade II listed Georgian country house has gone on the market for £1,395,000. Dinbren Hall in Llangollen was built in 1779 and sits among rolling hills with views to Castell Dinas Bran and the Eglwyseg limestone escarpment. The six bedroom property...

 
Oscars: Short Films Shoot For The Big Prize

Oscars: Short Films Shoot For The Big Prize

Hollywood is awash with film posters and multimillion pound ad campaigns with studios spending big to persuade Academy members to vote for them. An Oscar win obviously means acclaim and credibility for those that pick them up, but it also equates to...

 
England call-ups for Hull KR youngsters show future in good hands

England call-ups for Hull KR youngsters show future in good hands

Hull KR's development of future stars is heading in the right direction after four young Robins were selected for international honours for the 2015 campaign. That's the view of Pete Grayburn, who has seen trio Chris Brown, Elliott Windley and Owen...

 
Come election day, forget the mainstream parties

Come election day, forget the mainstream parties

Recently, I read of a council in denial - Rotherham. The shameful, sad case of a pensioner burning himself to death over an £800 debt, not of his own making, but due to government austerity cuts and the incompetence of his local authority. The inquest...

 
Where is the cheapest petrol in Nottingham on Saturday February 20?

Where is the cheapest petrol in Nottingham on Saturday February 20?

1. Asda Hyson Green, Radford Road, 104.7p 2. Asda Nottingham, Loughborough Road, West Bridgford, 105.7p 3. Basford Express, Valley Road, 105.9p 4. Sainsbury's Arnold, Nottingham Road, 105.9p 5. Tesco Cinderhill, Nuthall Road, 105.9p 1. Asda, West...

 
Blue Barrel cider becoming apple of Clifton's eye

Blue Barrel cider becoming apple of Clifton's eye

CHILLED or room temperature, cider is cool. Britain is the world's biggest producer and consumer of fermented apple liquor and sales figures are sparkling. The two main drivers of growth have been new drinks from the volume producers - like the...

 
DEAN WALLING: Jordan Burrow was let down by his team-mates against Chester

DEAN WALLING: Jordan Burrow was let down by his team-mates against Chester

My heart went out to Jordan Burrow on Saturday when I watched Lincoln City fall to a 1-0 defeat against Chester. Burrow was playing the centre-forward role, and it brought back all the frustrations I used to feel when I was in that position as a...

 
Lincolnshire hospitals workers attacked nearly 1,000 times in five years

Lincolnshire hospitals workers attacked nearly 1,000 times in five years

Health workers at Lincolnshire's hospitals have been assaulted almost 1,000 times in the past five years. The dramatic new figures show there are more than 180 attacks on average a year in the county. In total, 947 assaults have been recorded by...

 
Yours for just £3.375 million

Yours for just £3.375 million

One of Harrogate's most exclusive addresses has been sold for a record sum. The sale of The Esplanade on Montpellier Hill fetched £3.375million, believed to be the Harrogate District’s most expensive residential property deal. The three houses on a...

 
Firms head to U.S. to promote Stoke-on-Trent as the 'World Capital of Ceramics'

Firms head to U.S. to promote Stoke-on-Trent as the 'World Capital of Ceramics'

THREE pottery companies will be promoting Stoke-on-Trent as the "World Capital of Ceramics' at an international trade show - 3,500 miles away in the U.S. Keeling and Walker, James Kent Group and Mantec Technical Ceramics will be showing off their...

 
Yours for just £3.375 million

Yours for just £3.375 million

One of Harrogate's most exclusive addresses has been sold for a record sum. The sale of The Esplanade on Montpellier Hill fetched £3.375million, believed to be the Harrogate District’s most expensive residential property deal. The three houses on a...

 
Retired Sheffield firefighter walking from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £10,000 for charity

Retired Sheffield firefighter walking from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £10,000 for charity

A retired firefighter is preparing to take on an amazing charity challenge - walking the 874 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats. Gary Williamson hopes to raise £10,000 to share equally between Cancer Research and The Fire Fighters’ Charity from...

 

VIDEO: Chinese lion dance entertains shoppers at Crystal Peaks

Staff and shoppers in Crystal Peaks celebrated the Chinese New Year in spectacular style. The shopping centre welcomed the Sheffield Lion Dance Team to entertain the crowds. The team performed a traditional lion dance to mark the arrival of the...

 
Sports activities cut in Sheffield suburb

Sports activities cut in Sheffield suburb

Youth activity sessions in Sheffield which were due to be axed due to funding changes have been saved by a group of councillors. Activity Sheffield currently puts on two sessions per week for young people living in Nether Edge. But due to the...

 
Retired Sheffield firefighter walking from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £10,000 for charity

Retired Sheffield firefighter walking from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £10,000 for charity

A retired firefighter is preparing to take on an amazing charity challenge - walking the 874 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats. Gary Williamson hopes to raise £10,000 to share equally between Cancer Research and The Fire Fighters’ Charity from...

 


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