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Month: April 2024

Auction success for Mid Wales sellers as snuff box collection makes £12,000

Two Mid Wales vendors are in the money following a successful Asian art auction in Shrewsbury yesterday (Wednesday). The owner of a large collection of Chinese snuff bottles saw her 43 lots make £12,000, including buyer’s premium, while another seller…

Motorists at growing risk of number plate cloning, expert warns

Motorists are at growing risk of falling victim to number plate cloning, an expert has warned. Paul Hill from National Numbers said the expansion of ULEZ zones across the UK has meant cloning has become a “pernicious side effect.” His…

Fascinating insight into Bronze Age and 18th century human remains discovered along the Cornish coast

Analysis of the remains of two human skeletons discovered last winter, one near Trevone, Padstow and the other during a beach clean at Sennen in Penwith, has revealed some fascinating insights into who they may have been, why they were…

‘Sustainability Should be Taught in Our Schools’

Lincolnshire parents calling for more to be done in schools to help families adopt a sustainable lifestyle and protect the planet. Liam (38) and wife, Angela, from Crowland near Peterborough are among 40 per cent of parents claiming life with…

Demand for age-appropriate housing creates opportunity for developers says My Future Living

A new report highlights that demand for age-appropriate housing for older people is rising despite a slowdown in the housing market, and that affordability is a key driver, something that My Future Living, the UK’s leading retirement rentals brand says…

On eve of Peter McEvoy trophy former winner reveals how: “it’s brutal on the body, and it turns into a case of who can mentally and physically deal with all the golf

A two-times winner of Britain’s most prestigious amateur golf tournament says the winner will need to demonstrate physical and mental resilience. Jack Lee, who won the title in 2022 and last year,  also paid tribute to an event which launched…

Creative connections: ordinary people doing extraordinary things – NW Live Arts brings new workshops and concerts to London

NW Live Arts have announced a new concert,  Creative Connections on April 17th at St John’s Waterloo. This marks the culmination of a project bringing together professional musicians and members of the local community to explore the value of creative…

Creative agency Milk & Tweed leads rebrand for sustainable sock firm Hedgy in time for its expansion

SUSTAINABLE sock company Hedgy is set to expand its product range into clothing after seeing a 60 per cent sales growth over the last year. The Gloucestershire company, founded by Tom Haines three years ago, sells environmentally friendly chemical-free bamboo…

Major Study Revels Skills Children Need to Navigate an Uncertain Future

Parents value ‘soft skills’ over ‘hard skills’ to future-proof their children’s wellbeing, new research reveals. 38% cited resilience and the ability to cope through change as most important 38% are most concerned with their children developing interpersonal and social skills …

Golden girl Jess has heart set on Paralympics following equine victory

GOLDEN girl Jess Pritchard rode to victory in a prestigious equestrian competition. The Coleg Cambria student won the 1* Grade Three Para Dressage competition at the Addington International Arena. Representing Team GB, Jess – an Entry Level 3 Learner in…