THE CHARLATANS are currently on their (Covid) delayed 30th Anniversary tour and recently released a 6 vinyl LP Box Set to celebrate the anniversary. ‘A Head Full Of Ideas’ is a five album, and exclusive 7”, career-spanning box set that sums up their remarkable progress from 1990 Manchester scene hopefuls to one of
The first ever Pantaenius sponsored West Country Classics Series, for classic and heritage sailing boats took place in 2021. Results for two or more of three Classic sailing events which included Dartmouth, Falmouth and Fowey Classics were combined to identify four winners. The prizegiving was hosted by Saltash Sailing Club
Taking Care, the UK’s largest private provider of personal alarm services, has announced a new partnership with the RAF Benevolent Fund. The partnership will see Taking Care donating a portion of alarm sales made via the RAF Benevolent Fund page on Taking Care’s website to the Charity, in order to
Peter Hayes FRPS said he was honoured that his work had been recognised. Peter only took up still photography in a serious way ten years ago when he joined the RPS. He then achieved the three photographic Distinctions, Licentiate (LRPS), Associate (ARPS) and Fellowship (FRPS) in just over a year.
The Freemasons have signed the Armed Forces Covenant during a ceremony at Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden on 20 October led by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent. The partnership aims to support members of the Armed Forces community and ensure they have the same access to government as
Egg-ceptional MULTI-AWARD-WINNING, high welfare free range eggs! Owners Sharon and Andrew Jeffery photographed with late Poultry Industry Hero Winston Westcott Sharon and Andrew Jeffery, owners of Little Hollacombe Farm, pride themselves in raising their hens to lay only the best eggs. Following excellent welfare practices, the Jefferys have been awarded
St Margaret’s Hospice is inviting people across Somerset to come together and be part of this year’s Light up a Life campaign. Traditionally Light up a Life is the time when the hospice invites the local community to gather in churches across the county for a simple service of remembrance.
The Husbandry School is set in the green rolling hills between Ashburton and Newton Abbot and is run by Carole and Jonty Williams. The Husbandry School is not an upmarket dating agency or finishing school for eligible young ladies in but draws upon the old English word hūsbōnda dating back