It's dedicated to a baby boy who only lived for three months Nottingham Forest football legends and a host of TV soap stars will be playing in a charity football match dedicated to the memory of a youngster born with Down's Syndrome. This Sunday's (August 8) game in Ilkeston will raise money for Nottingham-based charity Footprints Conductive Education Centre.
Nottingham Forest football legends, TV stars and local heroes are rallying together to stage a football match to raise money for Nottingham-based charity Footprints Conductive Education Centre. Forest legends Kenny Burns and Archie Gemmill will lead the two sides playing for this year’s Footprints Cup at Ilkeston Town FC on Sunday, August 8 at 2.30pm.
A well-established fruit and vegetable grower on Anglesey has achieved the much sought-after food stamp of approval for their rhubarb. Having been in business for nearly 50 years, Hootons Homegrown have recently secured the Red Tractor accreditation with the help of Menter Môn’s Môn Larder Scheme.
Lisa Riley and Bradley Johnson play Mandy and Vinny Dingle in the ITV soap Emmerdale fans reckon two co-stars could be real-life mother and son thanks to their latest outing. Lisa Riley and Bradley Johnson play Mandy and Vinny Dingle in the ITV soap. And as well as being close on-screen, the pair get on like a house on fire off it and are regularly spending time together now that lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Emmerdale actor James Hooton’s private life might come as a surprise to many - for one, the soap star is a talented bare-handed rock climber. On top of that, James’ real accent is a far cry from that of his character, Sam Dingle, who he has played for the past 26 years.
Life for Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) isn’t set to be a quiet one for a while as soon the Emmerdale character will face a violent attack. Lydia’s world turned upside down when she discovered Paul (Reece Dinsdale) had left her with mountains of debt and to make things worse, Lydia sees what’s been posted about her online and she’s heartbroken by it.
David Rudman Memorial Match fundraising event to boost Rotherham Hospital and Cash for Kids charities
The family of a man who died after a short battle with ill health will be hosting a memorial football match in his memory.A host of celebrity and amateur footballers will join forces on July 18, 2021 at the Phoenix Sports and Social Club in Brinswirth to celebrate the life of David Rudman, who died aged 66, in July 2020 following a short battle with liver and kidney failure and pneumonia.
Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) has been the calming presence Mandy (Lisa Riley) and Vinny (Bradley Johnson) have needed after Paul Ashdale’s (Reece Dinsdale) death in Emmerdale.However, she was far from calm when she recently discovered Paul had left her in mountains of debt and to make matters worse, she is framed in upcoming episodes – and Mandy is left furious.
EMMERDALE favourite Lydia Hart has been on the soap for five years, but is she leaving anytime soon?The actress has spoken out.Lydia Hart (played by Karen Blick) has been in Emmerdale since 2016 and she has become a firm favourite with those watching at home.
Coronation Street’s Jennie McAlpine has celebrated her twenty-year anniversary of playing Fiz Stape.Jennie shared a tweet yesterday (April 22) that said: ‘I can’t quite believe I’ve been pretending to be Fiz for 20 years @itvcorrie.I remember that frightening but brilliant first day like it was yesterday.
Emmerdale actor James Hooton, who plays Sam Dingle on the ITV soap, has revealed he is ‘pro immune system’, and his active lifestyle and varied diet will save him from needing the Covid jab Emmerdale actor James Hooton has left Twitter users “disappointed” after he revealed that he “may not” have the Covid vaccination. The soap star, who plays Sam Dingle, instead believes his lifestyle choices will keep him safe – but fans urged him to reconsider for the “sake of others”. He told his 18,700
The soap star says with his vitamin intake and regular exercise he doesn't need it Long-standing Emmerdale actor James Hooton says he 'may get called anti-vaxer' after confessing he might not take the jab Emmerdale star James Hooton has sparked controversy this week after confessing he may not take the coronavirus vaccine. The actor, who plays Sam Dingle on the ITV soap, says it is because he is "pro immune system and pro informed choice". The star has been loved by Emmerdale fans since 1995, but prompted a
Emmerdale's James Hooton disappointed his fan base when he said he may not get the Covid jab in a controversial tweet on social media Emmerdale's James Hooton said he may not be taking the coronavirus vaccine...James tried to reassure his fans' fears he takes a number of vitamins, regular exercise and eats a varied diet.
EMMERDALE star James Hooton has sparked a backlash from fans online, as he revealed his theory as to why he may not have the coronavirus vaccine.Emmerdale actor James Hooton, 47, who plays Sam Dingle in the soap, received criticism as he insisted taking several different types of vitamins could protect him from coronavirus, instead of the jab.
James Hooton plays Sam Dingle on the ITV1 soap and has been slammed by some social media users An Emmerdale star has been criticised after refusing to have the Covid-19 vaccine.James Hooton plays Sam Dingle on the ITV1 soap and has been slammed by some social media users.
Paul Ashdale’s (Reece Dinsdale) secrets are seemingly set to be exposed, after Emmerdale favourite Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) successfully tracked down Connor Cooper (Danny Cunnigham).
HOMER Simpson says cheers – but Victor Meldrew is as miserable as ever.They are a couple of verdicts on Rishi Sunak’s Budget this week.Now a host of TV characters help us to understand who will benefit from changes ...