Rowing Club looking for coxes in Hereford

September 30, 2013 by  

Hereford Rowing Club has launched an appeal to find new coxes after marking the end of another season with a series of victories at the Worcester Autumn Regatta.

The team has prospered in 2013 but is still short of members. It may even be considering enlisting the help of printing [Read more]

Alzheimer’s Memory Walk raises awareness in Cardiff

September 30, 2013 by  

An organised walk around Cardiff has demonstrated the commitment of local people to the Alzheimer’s Society charity.

Around 2,500 people got involved in the Alzheimer’s Memory Walk, which was held earlier this month. A celebrity from the area, television actor [Read more]

How companies benefit from a strong mail marketing campaign

September 30, 2013 by  

There are many ways to get the attention of customers and communicate what a business offers to them, especially in today’s day and age, but what some businesses overlook is using a strong mail marketing campaign. Physical, printed advertisement campaigns can be [Read more]

Digital conference to be held in Twickenham

September 29, 2013 by  

A major digital marketing conference is to be hosted in Twickenham this week, bringing a number of industry leaders to the area.

The iStrategy show provides an opportunity for social media and digital marketing professionals to come together, share ideas and network. This year’s [Read more]

Healthy lifestyle classes open in Medway

September 29, 2013 by  

A series of classes has been organised in the Medway region to encourage local families to learn more about how to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

The programme is known as MEND – which stands for Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do it – and is available to families with children aged between two and [Read more]

Community calls for recycling clarity in St Albans

September 29, 2013 by  

The residents of St Albans are calling upon the local council to clear up some confusion surrounding a set of new recycling initiatives, with many saying there is too much of a grey area around whether or not cardboard can be recycled.

New food waste recycling bins have been given out across the area but some residents have reported that since this happened, [Read more]

Birmingham set for new speed limits

September 28, 2013 by  

A 20mph speed limit could come into force across 90% of Birmingham’s roads, if a new city council proposal is approved.

While major routes around the city would maintain speed restrictions of [Read more]

New farmers’ market for Swindon

September 28, 2013 by  

A new farmers’ market was launched in the Swindon area recently, giving people in the region the opportunity to shop local and meet the producers of the vegetables, meat [Read more]

Budding designers encouraged to support Poppy Appeal

September 28, 2013 by  

There has been a call for young artists in Lutterworth to allow their creative skills to flourish in support of this year’s Poppy Appeal, with a poster design competition [Read more]

Marathon bowling session raises money for charity

September 27, 2013 by  

A group of workers from a Northampton bowling alley recently took part in an epic 36-hour match to raise funds for a local charity.

Karla Pursglove, Alan Beal, Chris Shaw, Dave Atkins and Jack Howley, all of [Read more]

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