A Scarborough based mental health group is holding an open day today to celebrate moving to a permanent new premises. Speak Out Community Support Group is open to anyone over the age of 18 and is inclusive to anyone who needs help with mental health. A statement on the group's Facebook events page says : " After just over two years of Speak Out running, we have managed to secure our own permanent premises with the help of a £5000 grant from Sirius Minerals Foundation, a £200 cheque from the mayors fund and the continued fundraising we do.
How to make a summer cocktail perfect for a jubilee street or garden party Many of us have been making the most of the warmer weather by heading to a beer garden or enjoying alfresco drinks at home. From pints to Prosecco, nothing quite beats a drink in the glorious sunshine.
It's a common thing, but does it work? Lots of us do it, but we probably don't know whether it really works. We're talking about putting an upended silver spoon in the top of an unopened bottle of fizz to keep the bubbles alive.
If there’s a sound more instantly cheering than the pop of a cork, we’re yet to hear it. New Year is almost here, and there’s no better way to celebrate a fresh slate than with a flute of something bright and fizzy.
It’s time for a portable glass of fizz The weather getting warmer means more picnics in the sunshine, and Nasty Gal has launched a new ‘prosecco holder’ just in time. Official figures reveal Prosecco loving brits consume a whopping 131 million bottles each year, equating to 36% of the world’s Prosecco production.
A Derbyshire man known to abuse his partners has been jailed for a year for breaking his girlfriend’s tooth “in half” by launching a bottle of Prosecco at her face. which came about with no warning as she watched TV with the defendant. Derby Crown Court heard how Clarke, 28, had been drinking since 10am when threw the bottle at his partner - at around midnight on January 23.
Prosecco corks axed from podium celebrations after Biniam Girmay’s freak eye injury at Giro d’Italia
Giro d’Italia organisers removed the corks from Prosecco bottles prior to the podium celebrations on Wednesday after Biniam Girmay took one to the face after his historic win a day earlier. Girmay (Intermarche-Wanty-Gobert Materiaux) was taken to hospital after being struck in his left eye – just minutes after becoming the first Black African to win a stage at a Grand Tour.
Biniam Girmay has withdrawn from the Giro d'Italia and therefore won't start stage 11 of the Grand Tour today, after sustaining an eye injury during the stage ten podium celebrations yesterday. Celebrating his historic Giro d'Italia victory on Tuesday, the cork from the winner's bottle of Prosecco struck the Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux rider in the eye.
Biniam Girmay - the first black African to win a Grand Tour stage - was taken to hospital and is now out of the race following podium mishap Biniam Girmay became the first black African to win a stage of a Grand Tour with victory in the Giro d'Italia on Tuesday but his race is now over after an accident during his podium celebration.
Love yourself a bargain? Love yourself some fizz? Well, M&S is bringing the foods ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations with a tempting bottle of English sparkling wine It's time to get the bottles ready to pop, because the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend is right around the corner.
A range of events and activities are taking place in and around Salisbury this weekend. 1. Fabulous Family Fun Day The Fabulous Family Fun Day is back in Salisbury for its 8th year. The event is held in memory of Lyn Futcher who died from breast cancer and raises money for Salisbury Hospice Charity.
AFTER a two-year absence due to the pandemic, a family friendly beer festival in Brockenhurst is back this summer. BrockStock, which is hosted by Brockenhurst Football Club’s Grigg Lane home, will feature live music from 11 local bands, various stalls, large inflatables for the kids and a great selection of food and drink.
A new luxury spa is set to open in Reading town centre with complimentary drinks for guests. Grand Lux Nail Spa is due to open in Duke Street to provide manicures, pedicures and other beauty services to all customers. Ahead of its opening, its owner has applied for an alcohol licence and a licence to play music.
Barrow Hill Roundhouse, near Staveley, will be hosting an unforgettable mix of drinking and merry-making from May 19 to 21, 2022. There will be 400 ales from around the country, a range of ciders, the Rail Ale Gin Palace and the Prosecco and Wine Bar.
A DUNFERMLINE hair salon is raising money in support of a 21-year-old in need of a life-saving liver transplant. Bespoke Colour House is aiming to see up to 90 clients in the space of five hours on Saturday. They are offering Prosecco, cocktails, freshly-made popcorn, and a professional wash, blow-dry, and style for customers, as well as entry into a raffle draw.
'That's bizarre!' - Shock as Mathieu van der Poel fires Prosecco cork into his face on Giro d'Italia podium
There was an unbelievable moment on the podium after Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) won Stage 1 of the Giro d'Italia as he fired a Prosecco cork into his face. The 27-year-old produced a spectacular sprint as he stormed to victory ahead of Biniam Girmay (Intermarche–Wanty) in a breathless finale after the 195km route to Visegrad.
The Bennachie Barnardo's Helpers' Group (BHG) held a most successful Afternoon Tea at the Racquets Court, Fyvie Castle, on Sunday. Almost 90 guests enjoyed a welcome drink of Prosecco followed by a delicious array of homemade food, teas and coffees. During the afternoon, music was supplied by the Fyvie Folk Group and toes were a-tapping as favourite ballads and songs were played.
FLINTSHIRE residents will be in beer and cider heaven this summer when a new festival is launched. Deeside Round Table has announced that their 'Charity Beer and Cider Festival' will be taking place at the Gladstone Centre in Hawarden on Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13.