Day: 29 April 2021

Face-to-face lessons from 17th May – as most students finish for Summer

UK students have been left confused by the government guidelines allowing face-to-face lessons from 17th May 2021. Most students have already finished university for the summer with the exception of some online exams in May. This means some students will be finishing their first year without having stepped inside their university or had any face-to-face lessons. […]

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Tameside Bin Crew Rescue Man from Burning Home

A team of binmen in Tameside, Greater Manchester have been praised for their bravery and quick thinking after they rescued a man from his burning home whilst on their daily rounds. Lee Hewitt, Anthony Hibbert and Stephen Rhodes were working on a street in Ashton-under-Lyne when they noticed smoke billowing from one of the houses. […]

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12,000 Festival goers left heartbroken as Beat-herder is cancelled…again

Lancashire’s biggest music festival, Beat-Herder, has been cancelled for the second year in a row. The festival, due to take place from the 15th – 18th July 2021 in Clitheroe, has been postponed until the 14th – 17th July 2022, upsetting both organisers and festival-goers. In a statement issued this morning, organisers said: “It is […]

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A Manchester eating disorder support group have started a fundraiser to raise £500 for their online sessions

The money will be used to pay for the virtual group’s Zoom subscription to deliver free care sessions to women over 18 recovering from eating disorders. By Katie Parry. Two Manchester women have started a support group for women living with eating disorders. Helen Bourne and Eleanor Shiers set up the group ‘Seeds of Hope’ […]

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