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Andover mum waiting for operation after being knocked unconscious in hit and run

Clare Wright had hoped to complete the Great South Run The family of a woman hit by a car have said they are 'outraged' after the driver failed to stop and left her unconscious. Claire Wright had aims of running the Great South Run in October. The mum of two, 54, headed out with friend Michelle at around 3.40pm on Thursday (May 12).

hampshirelive.news ,  11 days ago 6
Andover mum waiting for operation after being knocked unconscious in hit and run

Imagination Town in Grantham up for sale

A family-run children's play area is up for sale, with the current owners "ready for a new chapter". The owners of Imagination Town, situated in Springfield Business Park, are looking for someone to take on the business. Tatenda and Amy Chipunza opened the business in July 2019 to give parents in Grantham more choice of activities to do with their children.

granthamjournal.co.uk ,  17 days ago 0
Imagination Town in Grantham up for sale

Let's Rock the Moor licence set to be heard by councillors

A MUSIC festival eyeing to use another field prompts health and safety concerns from Cookham locals. Since 2009, thousands of music lovers have attended Let’s Rock the Moor near Cookham village to see their favourite 80s bands perform their greatest hits. This year’s line-up includes the Squeeze, Wet Wet Wet, Jason Donovan, Heatwave, and many more.

sloughobserver.co.uk ,  21 days ago 0
Let's Rock the Moor licence set to be heard by councillors

Soanes Poultry’s efficient managers join ‘top 1% club’

A Middleton on the Wolds chicken business is celebrating after three of its employees joined an exclusive club that places them in the top 1% of the UK poultry industry. A Middleton on the Wolds chicken business is celebrating after three of its employees joined an exclusive club that places them in the top 1% of the UK poultry industry.

yorkshirepost.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Soanes Poultry’s efficient managers join ‘top 1% club’

Bereaved mum from Cambridgeshire takes on Pier to Pier walk for Each in memory of little Jacob

When Claire Wright takes on the 32-mile Pier to Pier walk in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each), she will remember the incredible support she received there when her son died, aged just 16 months. Jacob had mitochondrial disease and there was no cure or treatment.

cambridgeindependent.co.uk ,  1 month ago 10
Bereaved mum from Cambridgeshire takes on Pier to Pier walk for Each in memory of little Jacob

Mum's 32-mile charity walk for hospice that cared for baby son

A mum from Sutton is preparing for a 32-mile walking challenge to support the children’s hospice that gave her “priceless” time with her baby son before he passed away. Claire Wright’s son Jacob had mitochondrial disease and there was no treatment or cure for it.

elystandard.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Mum's 32-mile charity walk for hospice that cared for baby son

Salford based charity, Foundation 92 to support Ukranian Refugees

Foundation 92 is appalled at the displacement of many innocent members of society following the ongoing situation in Ukraine. This displacement has led to a humanitarian crisis that the European Continent has not seen in over 50 years. Through Foundation 92’s national links, and the commitment of the Foundation’s Veterans Community Support Coordinator, Claire Wright, Foundation 92 is going to support those most in need during this difficult time.

aboutmanchester.co.uk ,  2 months ago 0
Salford based charity, Foundation 92 to support Ukranian Refugees

Winning windows add to town's festive feeling

THE best dressed festive windows in Stratford town centre have been revealed. The town’s annual advent trail of retail windows, organised by Stratforward BID, has seen business owners and shop workers create some sparkling seasonal scenes. Last Friday it was time to choose this year’s Christmas shop window winners, and this year’s voting panel included Stratford mayor Cllr Kevin Taylor, mayoress Pauline Grant-Taylor, former mayor Dr Roy Lodge, Shan Smith and Jasmine Gilhooly, both of Stratforward BID.

stratford-herald.com ,  4 months ago 0
Winning windows add to town's festive feeling