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Cowes Enterprise College: ‘Island children’s futures are being sacrificed’

A Northwood Parish councillor calls on action by the Isle of Wight council over ongoing problems at Cowes Enterprise College

Parish Councillors' Surgery

Our Parish Councillors (Windlesham Parish Council, Bagshot Ward) are holding a surgery on Sat 19th Jan frmo 10.30am – 12 noon at The Brook Church, ...

Chasetown FC add to Hucknall Town’s woes with 4-0 victory

The margin of Chasetown’s 4-0 home win against Hucknall Town could have been even greater had it not been for visiting keeper Alex Mallong...

Location needed for new Cardiff farmers market

A new farmers’ market could be on its way to Cardiff – but first organisers need your help to find the perfect venue. The people behind the city’s ...

Lichfield girl to sing in front of thousands in competition at the 02 in London

A Lichfield girl is set to sing at the 02 Arena in London. Chloe Adams, 14, has made it through to the grand final of the Open Mic UK national comp...

Lichfield MP’s ‘better understanding’ of speed limits after speed awareness course

Lichfield’s MP has admitted he now has a “better understanding of UK speed limits” after he was caught speeding. Michael Fabrican...

Martin Bell to launch Independent Election Campaign on the Isle of Wight

UNICEF Ambassador, former war correspondent and Independent MP Martin Bell OBE will launch the Isle of Wight Independent Group's election campaign ...

Jonathan Dodd: Bridging the Gap

Jonathan returns with his Sunday column.

MP meets Trades Union and raises ferry issues in Parliament

Not a very encouraging response from Leader of the House after Turner raises Islanders' concerns over ferry cuts.

Niton residents call for action over non-salted roads

Village residents unite over non-salting of Niton roads and call for the Isle of Wight council to reconsider their salting routes.

Daft Old Duffer: Empty Tank?

Daft Old Duffer returns with his regular weekly column.

Your jolly news: An antidote to bad news

Here's a bundle of your personal-updates that let us know that there are loads of good things happening on the Island (74 and counting!), even if m...

Surrey Heath Museum Exhibitions and Events

You can download the Surrey Heath Museum Events brochure which lists the events and exhibitions for Jan-June 2013.  There's a range ...

‘Keep It Rural’ group will fight large-scale developments

New campaign group aims to oppose large scale development in rural villages

Liz Earle to open new fulfilment centre

This looks like some positive news. Most welcome after the last few days of various jobs losses on the Island.

Notcutts and Waitrose Public Exhibition

Notcutts Garden Centre in Bagshot and Waitrose, part of the John Lewis Partnership, would like to invite you to view and comment on plans to re-dev...

Notcutts and Waitrose announce plans to re-develop Bagshot garden centre

Notcutts Garden Centre in Bagshot and Waitrose, part of the John Lewis Partnership, have announced plans to re-develop the existing garden centre o...

Planning round-up: January 2013

View Planning round-up: January 2013 in a larger map There were just seven applications on the agenda for Cardiff Council’s planning committe...

Chasetown FC suffer league cup hammering at the hands of Northwich

Northwich Victoria blew Chasetown away in a five-minute second half spell that turned the game in the Doodson Sport League Cup. A quiet first half ...

Windlesham United Charities Clerk

The trustees of Windlesham United Charities are seeking to appoint a person to take over from their present clerk who is retiring at the ...

Primark to take over city centre BHS store

Budget fashion chain Primark is planning to restore the façade of a city centre building to reflect its historic heritage, when it relocates from i...

Furniture store steps in to help Lichfield Players promote new production

Shoppers at a Lichfield furniture store are set for a glimpse of a new theatre production. The Lichfield Players will be hosting a photo shoot at R...

Lichfield RUFC return to winning ways with confident display at Barkers Butts

Lichfield RUFC returned to winning ways in the opening match of 2013, overcoming Barkers Butts 10-31. The pitch played well, and conditions were fa...

Bagshot Scouts Celebrate a Raft of Awards

Bagshot Scouts has a lot to celebrate at the moment.  Three Beaver Scouts - Tom, Campbell and Bradley - received their Bronze Chief Scout Awar...

2012 Schools Christmas Music

Well done to Hall Grove, Connaught Junior and Bagshot Infant Schools for a fantastic musical celebration of Christmas in Bagshot.  The childre...

Bournville’s Heritage Mapped

AN innovative new map has been developed that highlights the region’s historic buildings, allowing users to access more information about the...

Woking Hospice Shop is Five

The Woking Hospice shop is celebrating its 5th Birthday in Bagshot this coming Monday 10th December 2012. "We want to say thank you to all of our l...

Your views wanted on Aberdeenshire Council budget

The Aberdeenshire Council Budget is in the process of being finalised for the 2013/14 year with the final proposals going before the councillors fo...

Christmas Events in Bournville 2012

Christmas is nearer than you think so we thought it worth a round-up of some of the upcoming events in and around Bournville with a Christmas theme...

An Appeal from Poors Allotments

"Winter fuel grants have now been sent out by the government to those who qualify for them. As these grants are paid regardless of income, you may ...

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