Grooming parlour in Potters Bar reopens

September 30, 2016 by  

A grooming boutique and salon for dogs that is located on Potters Bar High Street has reopened to the general public with a big ceremony, having undergone a comprehensive rebranding.

Fetch Groomers can be [Read more]

Home Bargains and Aldi to open in Llangollen

September 29, 2016 by  

Two well-known budget stores are poised to start doing business in Llangollen.

Sainsbury’s intended to open a [Read more]

Schools to get book by writer from Poole

September 28, 2016 by  

Schools to get book by writer from Poole

Every single secondary school within the [Read more]

Clydebank to host games

September 27, 2016 by  

Having had the Invictus Games in Florida during May, the Paralympic Games in Rio last month, lets head to the exotic location of Clydebank where disability sport has increased massively, even before the success of the likes of Hanah Dines from just outwith the area.

The overseeing body is Scottish Disability Sport and they say that this area has seen almost a 300% increase in participation numbers from school pupils alone.  This covers all sports including the fairly new but very successful football team the Fortune Flyers.  Having been set up only three years ago they have achieved promotion to the top league as well as winning a national cup too.  The football is organised with options for 5 a sides as well as ladies teams.

Table tennis is another sport that is doing well with a local being the Scottish champion last year as well as being World  number 5 in their age category.

With the advent of disability sport being prime time TV these days and the names of the competitors being well known, there is no better time for locals with disabilities to look out for a club, or for parents to find something attractive sports-wise for their children –  they will gain confidence and for the top few, fame!

Sports Clubs can use local printers to promote their activities using leaflets and flyers.

Oxford gets a brand new pub

September 27, 2016 by  

Anyone who fancies a pint in Oxford and chooses to pay a visit to the city’s brand new pub will find themselves faced with a pleasing problem – which beer to buy.

The Pint Shop has [Read more]

Culture Club to make Wembley return

September 26, 2016 by  

Pop band Culture Club is to feature in a gig at Wembley this December.

Culture Club was big in the 1980s and the group made [Read more]

Bright Christmas planned for Norwich

September 25, 2016 by  

Christmas is already considered to be the highlight of the year for many people, but residents of Norwich can look forward to [Read more]

Car show near Watford raises money for charity

September 24, 2016 by  

Croxley Green near Watford has been used as the location for a charitable car show.

Organisers of the show hoped to [Read more]

Sharps coming to Northampton

September 23, 2016 by  

It has been confirmed that major home office and fitted bedroom furniture provider, Sharps will be moving into [Read more]

Half marathon for woman from Milton Keynes

September 23, 2016 by  

A woman from Milton Keynes is all set to enter next month’s Blenheim Palace Half Marathon organised by [Read more]

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