Curry company from Ayr wins award

July 25, 2018 by  

An Ayr-based company that produces authentic and handmade meals from India picked up a top award [Read more]

Bus routes altering in south Birmingham

July 23, 2018 by  

Big changes are being made to bus services within south Birmingham. [Read more]

Glasgow to host movie karaoke event

February 5, 2018 by  

A karaoke event is set to take over Glasgow later this month as Massaoke comes to town to bring local film and song lovers together.

As the name implies, Massaoke is a version of karaoke that involves [Read more]

Basingstoke leisure park project moves forward

July 1, 2016 by  

Plans for the redevelopment of the leisure park in Basingstoke, set to cost £200 million to complete, are now one stage nearer being brought to fruition.

A meeting of the [Read more]

Coatbridge woman celebrates birthday milestone

May 5, 2016 by  

Jeannie Hamill of Coatbridge recently celebrated her 100th birthday.

Born during the middle of World War One, Ms. Hamill did not retire until she was 73. She worked in fish-and-chip outlets and cafés during [Read more]

Bolton-based magazine up for award

May 4, 2016 by  

Xplode Magazine, a charitable enterprise located in Bolton, is on the shortlist for the E3 Business Awards this year.

Xplode has been selected within the category for [Read more]

Dance chance for Basingstoke boy

May 3, 2016 by  

Virtually every young boy nurses the dream of representing their country, and now a boy from Basingstoke is about to make that fantasy into a reality.

A pupil at the town’s Brighton Hill Community School, Joe Hubbard-Bateman, has won a place in the [Read more]

Trampoline park to open in Altrincham

May 1, 2016 by  

A brand new trampoline park is set to become the latest leisure option available to the general public in Altrincham, marking the first such facility to open there.

National firm Jump Xtreme has confirmed that it is planning to [Read more]

New company to run trains from Watford to Euston

April 30, 2016 by  

A new organisation is poised to take over the operation of trains between Watford and Euston.

It has been reported that the train management changeover should take place in November. The idea is that more trains will be put on to [Read more]

Beatles Day to go ahead in Twickenham

April 29, 2016 by  

Twickenham is to host ‘Beatles Day’ to commemorate the final official gig in London which the group played.

The event in question will be held next month when 50 years will have passed since John, Paul, George and Ringo played their historic gig. It is the third time on which a commemorative day of this kind has been put on in Twickenham. Flyer printing and poster printing in Twickenham Hampton Hill could be used to generate extra interest in the celebration.

The venue for the day is a public house with a connection to the Beatles. Back in the day, the movie ‘A Hard Days Night’ was partly shot inside the place. Ringo Starr once played darts within The Turks Head, and fans have frequently paid homage to the group at the pub in the intervening period.

In early May, the pub will contain five bands eager to pay their tribute to the Beatles through their live performances. Special guests will be on hand to appreciate the music. A former chief executive of Apple Records, Tony Bramwell, will represent the record label of the Beatles. He will be joined by two secretaries from the corporation, Viv Jones and Jeni Crowley.

During the day, a raffle will take place in order to boost fundraising for local good causes. In particular, the charities Me Too & Co. and the Hounslow Animal Welfare Society are due to benefit.

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