Petrol station in Preston could become supermarket

August 30, 2016 by  

A petrol station located on the edge of Preston, on one of the area’s busiest roads, may be [Read more]

Watford football tournament held for charities

August 29, 2016 by  

A commemorative football tournament is raising money for charity at the [Read more]

Theatre in Potters Bar to stage Evita

August 28, 2016 by  

Fans of musical theatre in the Potters Bar area are in for a treat later this year, with the news that [Read more]

Wembley writer tells fairy tales in a new way

August 27, 2016 by  

An author from Wembley has decided to use fake newspaper stories to narrate fairy tales.

Wembley-based writer Zanib Mian is using make-believe newspaper articles to [Read more]

Date with the Queen for teenager from Poole

August 26, 2016 by  

A teenager from Poole is set to make a trip to Windsor Castle during September, so that she can perform as part of [Read more]

Glyndwr University plans football coach training

August 25, 2016 by  

Wrexham Glyndwr University (WGU) is teaming up with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) to teach football coaching.

WGU will bring out a degree course in [Read more]

Plans submitted for new housing in Warrington area

August 24, 2016 by  

Fresh proposals for over 1,000 houses in the Warrington area have been submitted by Cheltenham-based developers, Satnam.

The plans of Satnam envisage [Read more]

Wilko opening new Tunbridge Wells branch

August 24, 2016 by  

Retail chain Wilko announced that it will open a Tunbridge Wells store soon, revealing that it will [Read more]

Balloch Library to update facilities

August 23, 2016 by  

In some long overdue and very welcome news, Balloch Library is to finally get some new toilets for the public to use.  Currently with no public loo, the library is to have around £20,000 spent on the new toilets which will a big relief to library users.

In more good news for the library and its users, there will be a major upgrade to the IT section as well as the government has provide a grant of £30,000 to increase the number of computers that the public can use from 6 to 12.  This is tying in with the West College online learning as well and means that the users in the library can access more courses than ever before from the library.  Free wifi was installed last year and has proved popular with library users

With all this happening, along with routine improvements and upgrades, the library will sadly have to be closed for one week, although the full programme will take a further five weeks to be completed.  Apart from the one week of full closure, the library will be open as per normal hours.

Works like this together with all the benefits can be brought to the users attention when local printers are used to produce informative leaflets letting the public know what can now be done.

Space NK launching new Oxford store

August 23, 2016 by  

Those living in Oxford are set to have a new option when it comes to buying beauty products, with Space NK, the [Read more]

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