News archive from 8 June 2014, page 17

Your News: Young musicians put on a show to remember

Your News: Young musicians put on a show to remember

Pupils from English Martyrs Catholic Voluntary Academy gave an outstanding performance to parents offering a range of songs and melodies. The performance was compered by Year 6 student Emilia Batory with Thomas Menzies (Year 6), Grace Slattery (Year...

 
Football hooligan receives ban

Football hooligan receives ban

A football supporter has received a football banning order for letting off a smoke canister in Alfreton. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, May 28, how Shaun Millward, 31, of Belgrave Road, Macclesfield, pleaded guilty to being in...

 
Help choose a cause for supermarket to support

Help choose a cause for supermarket to support

A supermarket has asked customers to help choose its charity of the year. Sainsbury’s in Ryhall Road, Stamford, wants shoppers to nominate a cause for it to support in the coming year. The retailer’s Local Charity scheme is now in its sixth year. Last...

 

Ex-councillor loses web wrangle

A former Ufford Parish Councillor has been told to hand over ownership of a website he registered in the parish council's name and which he uses to give information about the village. Ex-councillor, Ian Glew, became embroiled in an acrimonious spat...

 
Wayne has eyes on Mount Kenya charity trek

Wayne has eyes on Mount Kenya charity trek

When Wayne Box was given the opportunity to climb Mount Kenya to raise money for Cancer Research UK, he jumped at the chance. The Opticians Manager at Tesco Extra in Hucknall decided he would take part and help raise money. But the idea took on a more...

 

Has Romelu Lukaku burned his bridges at Chelsea?

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku seems to enjoy talking as much as he does scoring goals - and it seems as though he cannot help getting everyone into a frenzy. The 21-year-old was asked about the competition he faces at Stamford Bridge, with the Diego...

Metro, 10:13 in Sport
 
Seven directors of Lincoln City Supporters' Trust resign

Seven directors of Lincoln City Supporters' Trust resign

Seven directors of the Lincoln City Supporters' Trust Board have resigned with immediate effect. In a joint statement on the trust's website, the seven members say they took the decision following "negative campaigning" and "intolerable...

 
Football hooligan receives ban

Football hooligan receives ban

A football supporter has received a football banning order for letting off a smoke canister in Alfreton. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, May 28, how Shaun Millward, 31, of Belgrave Road, Macclesfield, pleaded guilty to being in...

 
Football hooligan receives ban

Football hooligan receives ban

A football supporter has received a football banning order for letting off a smoke canister in Alfreton. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, May 28, how Shaun Millward, 31, of Belgrave Road, Macclesfield, pleaded guilty to being in...

 
Head injury cash raised in 170-mile ride

Head injury cash raised in 170-mile ride

A group of 14 East Midlands Ambulance staff took to Morecambe recently to cycle the Way of the Roses cycle route for charity. Paramedic Mark Smith, of Chapel St Leonards, was raising money for the Ryan Smith Foundation dedicated to his son, to promote...

 
Speedway GPQ at Berwick to be re-staged on Monday

Speedway GPQ at Berwick to be re-staged on Monday

Berwick's weather woes continued on Saturday when the FIM organised Grand Prix Qualifier at Shielfield fell foul of the elements. The meeting has now been re-arranged for Monday (June 9) with a 7.30pm start time, when they will be hoping for better...

 
‘Vapourisers are helping smokers to quit for good’

‘Vapourisers are helping smokers to quit for good’

A vapour cigarette shop owner in Boston has spoken out to defend "vaping' as the ideal way to quit a heavy smoking habit. With an estimated two million people in the UK now smoking e-cigarettes - also known as ‘vapourisers’ - there are increasing...

 
Help is at hand for moving Leeds council tenants

Help is at hand for moving Leeds council tenants

A new scheme has been launched by Leeds City Council to help tenants with the costs of moving home, making it easier for tenants to get a home that is the right size for them. A selection of council homes are being advertised with an incentive package...

 
Football hooligan receives ban

Football hooligan receives ban

A football supporter has received a football banning order for letting off a smoke canister in Alfreton. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, May 28, how Shaun Millward, 31, of Belgrave Road, Macclesfield, pleaded guilty to being in...

 


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