Competition victory for college in Ashton-under-Lyne

April 30, 2017 by  

Students from Tameside College, located in Ashton-under-Lyne, are celebrating after they claimed victory in [Read more]

Wrexham site to receive £2 million boost

April 29, 2017 by  

The Brymbo Steelworks Park will obtain £2 million from the Big Lottery Fund.

Part of the former steelwork site in Wrexham is set to become [Read more]

Local dog show raises thousands for charity

April 28, 2017 by  

A dog show that was held in Potters Bar earlier in the month proved to be a resounding success, bringing in more than £4,000.

Rescue fundraiser Lisa White was the woman behind the event, and she was able to call on [Read more]

Alternative courses offered to sixth form students

April 27, 2017 by  

Milton Keynes College announced in January its intention to revise its sixth form offering, and the college has now revealed the alternative routes available to students wishing to progress to higher education or increase their career prospects.

The changes to the study programme will take effect from [Read more]

Student dissertation print and bind service

April 26, 2017 by  

Here at Minuteman Press in Dunfermline we know that as a student you have put your heart and soul into your dissertation and you want it to look great. We can print it for you in full colour or just black and white and on a range of paper to suit. You can then choose to have it bound with a wire or comb bind ( soft bind ) and also an acetate front cover and a card back to finish it off, after all, presentation is everything. We provide a same day service and a 1 hour service for those last minute extensions.

Dumbarton Church in Need of Repairs

April 26, 2017 by  

A Church in Dumbarton has received some bad news about the condition of the building.  St Patrick’s, which has faithfully served Dumbarton for closing in on 200 years has got a bill for repairs that will cost some £200,000

Sadly recent ceiling issues were not the root cause but rather old and now defective leadwork and guttering were past their sell-by.  The ingress of water an cause not only damp and rot issues, but has brought down ceilings too, putting several rooms out of action.  This comes on the back of news that the bell tower, a well known local landmark, is also in need of attention.

The church will be handicapped because the usual methods of fundraising, such as coffee mornings, sales or dances would all be held in the hall which is now out of use for safety reasons.

The hall plays a major role in the community and is frequently used, meaning that for the immediate future, no bookings can be taken but also existing bookings will need a new location in order to go ahead.

In times like this, organisations can use local printers to produce leaflets detailing the problems with the building as well as various fundraising events and timescales.

Watford Museum to be transformed

April 26, 2017 by  

Watford Borough Council (WBC) is working to regenerate Watford Museum.

WBC is looking to enlist an architect to help with [Read more]

Poole jazz festival to welcome Queen of Swing

April 25, 2017 by  

A festival called ‘Jazz By The Sea’ is set to take place in Poole later this year and will be welcoming one of the most popular jazz musicians in the UK, with the ‘Queen of Swing’ Clare Teal set to perform there.

The singer is well known to jazz lovers through [Read more]

Digital advertising recommended for south London firms

April 24, 2017 by  

The head of the Richmond and Twickenham Times has backed digital advertising at a local seminar.

The theme of the seminar was [Read more]

Blue plaque commemorates eminent chemist

April 24, 2017 by  

Visitors to Manchester city centre may have noticed the appearance of a new blue plaque on John Dalton Street.

Hundreds of people walk down [Read more]

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