Watford to host Spice Girls exhibition

September 30, 2015 by  

If the thing that you really, really want is an exhibition devoted to the Spice Girls, then Watford will be the place for you next summer.

The town’s Colosseum venue will be [Read more]

Warrington to get a new Cineworld

September 29, 2015 by  

It has been confirmed that Cineworld has agreed a deal with Warrington Council and Muse Developments to launch one of its cinemas within the town centre.

This will form part of the regeneration project in [Read more]

New Aldi store will provide jobs

September 29, 2015 by  

The supermarket chain Aldi is opening a new store in Swindon this month – its fourth there overall – with jobs set to be created for local people in the process.

This latest outlet will be located on [Read more]

Primary school opens in Tunbridge Wells

September 28, 2015 by  

Parents in Tunbridge Wells now have another option when it comes to choosing a school for their children, following the opening of a brand new primary school.

Skinners’ Kent Primary School, which is a [Read more]

Twickenham houses oddball rugby balls

September 28, 2015 by  

The 2015 Rugby World Cup has got much of the nation in a state of excitement, but the town of Twickenham is whipping its residents’ enthusiasm up further, with a collection of outsized rugby balls.

These were [Read more]

Stoke-on-Trent’s Battle of Britain efforts honoured

September 27, 2015 by  

The key role that Stoke-on-Trent played during the Battle of Britain in World War Two has been recognised, with the city being presented with commemorative medallions.

This presentation was courtesy of the [Read more]

Redditch to get Prezzo restaurant

September 26, 2015 by  

It has been announced that Prezzo, the popular Italian eatery, will be moving into Redditch’s Kingfisher Shopping Centre.

This will add to the [Read more]

Local teenager claims gold at School Games

September 25, 2015 by  

A young runner from Potters Bar enjoyed real success at this year’s Sainsbury’s School Games, when she won the gold medal for the 800 metres.

Isabelle Boffey, aged 15, had already [Read more]

Architect proud to work on bus station

September 25, 2015 by  

The architect handed the role of designing the multimillion pound Preston Bus Station revamp has told the local press that he is delighted to take charge of such a major project.

John Puttick’s firm is based in [Read more]

Friends team up for charity trek

September 24, 2015 by  

A bunch of friends from Wrexham are joining forces to attempt to climb the highest point of Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, as a charity fundraiser.

Among the four-strong team is [Read more]

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