News archive from 16 August 2013, page 12

WEATHER: Remaining warm with a risk of thundery showers

WEATHER: Remaining warm with a risk of thundery showers

But the county will face the risk of thundery showers throughout the afternoon. Winds will stay mainly light, with the day becoming warm and afternoon high temperatures of 23C. Hurry Up!!! Special £5 Voucher for Nepalese and Indian Takeaway Everest...

 

Family fun at bushcraft day

Parents and children turned into outdoor adventurers for the day as Oakwell Hall hosted a family bush craft day. Survival skills of those taking part were finely honed through shelter building, lighting fires and creating a cooking area. Jake...

 
Parking will never be the same again ...

Parking will never be the same again ...

Whether you are a resident, tourist, business owner or accommodation provider major changes to parking in Whitby and Sandsend unveiled last week will affect everyone. The principle of the new parking controls, which are set to cost £447,000 to...

 

600-name petition and 200 letters opposing fresh parking charges handed in to council

A petition containing 600 signatures and an additional 200 letters objecting to the introduction of more parking charges in Todmorden and about permit systems have been handed to Calderdale Council. Collected by businesses who fear more charging will...

 
Stamford is proving a magnet for retailers and businesses

Stamford is proving a magnet for retailers and businesses

Stamford town centre is in high demand with retailers and businesses, despite the economic struggles across the country. A quick walk around the main shopping areas reveals many empty buildings will soon have new tenants moving in. And according to...

 
Stoke-on-Trent care home may shut to save £600k

Stoke-on-Trent care home may shut to save £600k

Stoke-on-Trent City Council has four options for the site, which specialises in dementia care. But the preferred choice is to shut it down, with the seven long-term residents transferring to Marrow House, in Meir Hay, or privately-run homes. Around 80...

 
In the courts of Lincolnshire...

In the courts of Lincolnshire...

Steven Woodcock, 52, of 10 Beech Rise, Sleaford, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Magistrates' Court to assault. He was fined £35, ordered to pay compensation of £130, a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85. Lulu Connan, 26, of Schoffer House, Woodfield...

 

Viral Video Chart: Spurs get a US coach and Ellen plays Facebook trick on staff

While English Premier League football fans eagerly await the start of the season this weekend, we bring you an American take on the art of being a football manager. NBC's hilarious video, which features Jason Sudeikis, was filmed at Tottenham Hotspur...

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Charity on the up with new distribution centre

A dog rescue charity is opening up a new showroom and distribution centre and shop to help raise more vital funds. A dog rescue charity is opening up a new showroom and distribution centre and shop to help raise more vital funds. Tia Greyhound and...

 
Peter Toms launches campaign to transform Uppingham

Peter Toms launches campaign to transform Uppingham

A campaign was launched this week to transform Uppingham market square into a community space with a "cafe culture". Peter Toms, an organiser of Uppingham Feast, one of the biggest community events held each year in the town, has started the...

 
In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

Ten cancer patients will benefit from a break after a woman from Mirfield ran the length of Wales for charity. And Nicky Spinks’ fundraising effort don’t end with the Dragon’s Belly challenge - she’s now arranged a fundraising run of her own to take...

 
Stamford is proving a magnet for retailers and businesses

Stamford is proving a magnet for retailers and businesses

Stamford town centre is in high demand with retailers and businesses, despite the economic struggles across the country. A quick walk around the main shopping areas reveals many empty buildings will soon have new tenants moving in. And according to...

 

Czech president to call early election for October 25-26 - report

(Reporting by Jason Hovet; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

 
Traffic update: Surface water left after heavy rain overnight

Traffic update: Surface water left after heavy rain overnight

In terms of traffic there are no hold-ups in and around Derby this morning so far. LIVE CAMERAS: Check the M1 through Derbyshire with our live traffic cameras Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247 View details...

 
Deadline set for City Sentral development

Deadline set for City Sentral development

Just last month Realis Estates - the group behind the project to clear the former Hanley Bus Station and build a new retail and leisure complex - claimed the £350 million project was on schedule. But Stoke-on-Trent City Council leader Mohammed Pervez...

 


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