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South London roller skaters seek new home

InYourArea area ambassador, Andrew Cleminson, speaks with London-based skate collective, Wavy On 8, about finding a new permanent home. Roller skaters in South London are looking for a new permanent home IMAGES: @Kreative1988 @OceanDaCosta and Andrew Cleminson Written by Andrew Cleminson It’s a bright sunny Saturday, crowds have descended on Clapham Common, music is playing and everyone’s having fun.

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South London roller skaters seek new home

New Addington primary pupil shares school's green space journey

11-year-old aspiring journalist, Eli Lacko, shares the 'dangerous journey' InYourArea area ambassador, Andrew Cleminson, is assisting an aspiring journalist in documenting a transformation to the green space at his primary school in New Addington, South London. Written by Andrew Cleminson Eli Lacko is 11-years-old and will soon leave Castle Hill Academy in New Addington, South London.

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New Addington primary pupil shares school's green space journey

Two thirds of people think lockdown lifting should go ahead next week

We asked InYourArea readers what they thought about the plans to delay easing restrictions Two thirds of people in England think lockdown restrictions should be lifted as planned next week. Boris Johnson is poised to sign off plans to delay the lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England amid growing concerns about the surge in case of the highly transmissible Delta variant.

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Two thirds of people think lockdown lifting should go ahead next week

Meet the Buckinghamshire residents nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

We've heard about so many wonderful people across the country. Here's a selection of the nominations we have received from Buckinghamshire. InYourArea is supporting the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness, and there's still time to nominate YOUR local heroes. Do you have a neighbour who is always willing to lend a helping hand, does someone in your community raise funds or support their local charity or community group?

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Meet the Buckinghamshire residents nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

Couple desperate for baby had dramatic weight loss surgery but still turned down in IVF bid

The couple have tragically had four miscarriages and spent five years trying for a baby naturally A DESPERATE couple who had dramatic weight loss surgery in a bid to have a baby have been turned down for IVF treatment - despite being told they would be eligible if they lost the weight.

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Couple desperate for baby had dramatic weight loss surgery but still turned down in IVF bid

How to find the perfect local pub to watch Euro 2021

ChronicleLive has a new tool which will help you find the best spot for the big game The time is finally here. Euro 2021 has arrived, albeit a year later than we'd initially hoped. The tournament kicks off this weekend with the continent's 24 best teams battling it out over the next month to be crowned the winners.

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How to find the perfect local pub to watch Euro 2021

Brighton litter hero nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

You can nominate your local hero too - a chance to say thank you to someone in your community who has shown kindness to others Brighton beach. Photo: Adam Gerrard InYourArea is supporting the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness, and there's still time to nominate YOUR local heroes.

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Brighton litter hero nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

Meet the Birmingham residents nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

We've heard about so many wonderful people across the country. Here's a selection of the nominations we have received from Birmingham. Kirsty Preston of Birmingham FoodCycle InYourArea is supporting the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness, and there's still time to nominate YOUR local heroes.

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Meet the Birmingham residents nominated for the Mirror's A Thousand Acts of Kindness

Manchester residents nominated for the Mirror's local hero campaign

We've heard about so many wonderful people across the country. Here's a selection of the nominations we have received from Manchester. Dr Haider Ali. Image taken from Manchester Evening News InYourArea is supporting the Mirror's 1,000 Acts of Kindness, and there's still time to nominate YOUR local heroes.

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Manchester residents nominated for the Mirror's local hero campaign

The People's Kitchen Newcastle: Volunteers nominated for the Mirror's 1,000 Acts of Kindness

We've heard about so many wonderful people across the country. Here's a selection of the nominations we have received from Newcastle. Volunteer Lucy Oliver packs Christmas hampers at The Peoples Kitchen in Newcastle. Image credit:Iain Buist InYourArea is supporting the Mirror's 1,000 Acts of Kindness, and there's still time to nominate YOUR local heroes.

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The People's Kitchen Newcastle: Volunteers nominated for the Mirror's 1,000 Acts of Kindness

Community acts of kindness: nominate your local hero

It's your chance to say thank you for someone in your local community who has shown kindness Do you know someone who goes the extra mile for your community and helps a neighbour out when they're most in need. Does a friend, family member or someone you know raise money for good causes, helps a neighbour with shopping or volunteers at a charity shop?

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Community acts of kindness: nominate your local hero

Council denies Runcorn Shopping City buyout rumour

The local authority said it has worked closely with the centre on supporting retailers and regenerating the wider area Halton Borough Council has quashed a rumour it is looking to buy Runcorn Shopping City. A statement from the local authority to InYourArea said it “has no plans” to acquire the site, which remains owned by Guernsey-based Runcorn One Ltd since buying the freehold in 2011 according to Land Registry documents.

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Council denies Runcorn Shopping City buyout rumour

Enter to win the InYourArea Father's Day giveaway

Say thank you with a prize worth £50+ With Father's Day fast approaching, InYourArea is back with another giveaway to help you gift your dad, uncle, brother, granddad etc. with something unique. Sunday, June 20 is an opportunity to recognise the father figures in our lives and say thank you; it's also a nice excuse for a cool drink out in the sun, too, but hey.

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Enter to win the InYourArea Father's Day giveaway

Cash for Connectivity helps 5,000 northern families get connected

Launched back in January, the emergency appeal has helped connect 5,000 low-income households to the internet. Robert Robinson and family, in Sheffield, who received a dongle and SIM card to help with home learning on the laptop. Pic: Liam Flaherty Earlier this year, InYourArea joined the Cash for Connectivity appeal to help provide internet access for households in need across the North.

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Cash for Connectivity helps 5,000 northern families get connected

The selfless charities supporting our community

Our local businesses are having a night of celebration this June 15 The beating heart of our community, charities and non-profit organisations have been a saving grace this past year for many. Sharing their expertise in places of uncertainty and providing services simply to help others, these companies have shown how deep their selflessness truly runs and will be recognised at next month's 2021 Birmingham Post Business awards.

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The selfless charities supporting our community

Scientists fear global temperatures will reach danger levels within five years

Global averages of 1.5C above 19th century levels are seen as threshold beyond which the most dangerous impacts of climate change will be felt A stark climate update claims the chances of global annual temperatures hitting 1.5C above pre-industrial levels in the next five years, have risen by 40 per cent.

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Scientists fear global temperatures will reach danger levels within five years

How a local business is coping post-lockdown

Local businesses have now been up and running for more than a week, and we catch up with one duo at the heart of Liverpool It has been just over a week since life started returning to normal after lockdown restrictions eased. On Monday May 17, restaurants, pubs and local eateries opened their doors once again for indoor dining with normality is returning after almost 14 months in and out of lockdown.

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How a local business is coping post-lockdown