Prestwick appeals for help to light up the town

October 31, 2012 by  

Local authorities in Prestwick, near Print company in Ayr printing services Ayr, have appealed to local businesses and organisations to help them fund this year’s festive light display in [Read more]

Lost doll appeal to Falkirk residents

October 31, 2012 by  

A lost toy doll that was recently found by a local resident has become a focal point for the popular [Read more]

Local star to sing at charity event

October 30, 2012 by  

An Print company in East Kilbride printing services East Kilbride celebrity who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent has been helping to promote a new charity event that is [Read more]

Tax changes proposed for Chesterfield

October 29, 2012 by  

Big changes are being proposed to the way that council tax benefit is worked out in Print company in Chesterfield printing services Chesterfield, and the council has asked people to share their views on [Read more]

Pupil’s motoring website steps up a gear

October 28, 2012 by  

A pupil from a midlands school looks set to become something of a young entrepreneur as he launches his own car review website – despite not being old enough to have a driving license.

North Leamington School pupil William Savage has launched his own website, TopCarNews.co.uk, to give news and information on new cars to anyone who is interested in them, whatever their age. He was inspired to create the website by a simple poster of a car on his wall, just as others have been inspired by the images of sportspeople or musicians that have been reproduced using Print company in poster printing printing services poster printing.

Print company in South Birmingham printing services South Birmingham, Warwickshire and the wider Midlands region has strong links with the motoring industry and so it makes sense that this should be the focus of William’s website.

His father, Andrew Savage, commented on this, saying:

“Living in the Midlands, where there is a strong renewed growth of the motoring industry, William thought he would have a go at creating the website as an adventure.”

William has already received support for his website from local car dealerships that are helping him get access to vehicles to review them.

William himself spoke about the new website, saying:

“I have learnt that it takes a lot of time to turn my classroom idea into reality but I have met some very helpful people on my journey. The website is aimed for anyone aged between three and 83 that has an interest in motoring, becoming a young car designer or engineer, or wants ideas for fun events.”

The website was launched at William’s school on October 17th.

Croydon drivers targeted with Crystal Palace posters

October 27, 2012 by  

Drivers in Print company in Croydon printing services Croydon are soon set to get more than a fleeting view of a local football star thanks to a giant poster that is being erected on the [Read more]

Stoke on Trent pub wins prestigious award

October 26, 2012 by  

An oddly named Print company in Stoke on Trent printing services Stoke on Trent pub has been awarded with the prestigious accolade of ‘Pub of the Year’ at an October 20th ceremony.

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Cycle campaign launches in Hampshire

October 25, 2012 by  

A busy road in Hampshire is set to become safer for cyclists as a new campaign launches to raise awareness of the dangers of the road, with both motorists and cyclists being targeted.

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Medway residents receive kitchen fire warnings

October 24, 2012 by  

Local residents in the Medway region have received advice on how to avoid kitchen fires following two separate incidents that occurred in the area.

Local fire and [Read more]

New road safety measures in Potters Bar region

October 23, 2012 by  

A series of new road safety measures have been agreed this month in the Print company in Potters Bar printing services Potters Bar region to help make the trip to school much safer for local pupils following a campaign to get the measures put [Read more]

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