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Ruthless uncle and nephew jailed after Wirral store raid spree – wirralnews.co.uk

A “RUTHLESS” uncle and nephew were both branded dangers to society after carrying out a spate of terrifying armed raids on shops across Wirral. In a month, Wayne Jackson senior and Wayne Jackson junior – along with accomplices – held up nine …

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Withnail & I to be screened at place it was filmed in Cumbria – News and Star

The film Withnail and I will be shown in the Cumbrian courtyard where part of it was made later this year. Picnic Cinema, organised by Eden Arts, is showing the film as part of its outdoor screenings. The film, which was made in 1986 and partly shot in…

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Screening of Withnail & I where it was shot – News and Star

THE film Withnail and I will be shown in the Cumbrian courtyard where part of it was made later this year. Picnic Cinema, organised by Eden Arts, is showing the film as part of its outdoor screenings. The film, which was made in 1986 and partly shot in…

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WI enjoy talk on Fairtrade success in Melton – Melton Times

LYNN Marriott of Fairtrade has spoken to Burton Lazars Women’s Institute members about the history and success behind securing Melton’s Fairtrade status. Lynn also brought with her a selection of Fairtrade Divine chocolate bars which went down well…

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Plans put forward for Northampton park’s pavilion – Northampton Chronicle

Mr Carr, whose partner in the project was Bill Evans of St James Boxing Academy, believes he can create a community centre where young people will be able to learn boxing, self-defence and martial arts throughout … food and fair trade goods.

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Susan Morrison: Don’t bank on easy ride just because you’ve got the cash – scotsman.com

In my own defence, I was completely plastered after a Fair Trade wine tasting and, in any case, the MoD wasn’t impressed by my bid of £35.50. Do you manufacture tobacco products? Um, no. I sort of glossed over my consumption of them. Have you ever …

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Dr Sentamu and Dr Morgan: Fairtrade for British farmers – Church Times

THE Archbishop of York, Dr Sentamu, and the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, have urged that Fairtrade principles should be extended to British farmers; and the Farm Crisis Network has asked churches to designate this Sunday as a day of prayer for…

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A month of volunteering with asylum seekers, the National Trust and Fairtrade – The Guardian

But enough of self indulgence: it was soon down to work with a Fairtrade meeting, sorting out the craft fair we’re holding in September in Malton and Norton. The aim is to showcase both Fairtrade and locally made crafts, so you may imagine the …

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