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Behind the 18th Century Brewery which has Banned Mobile Phones in its Pubs

The Yorkshire brewery which was founded by Samuel Smith in 1758 has up to 200 pubs across the United Kingdom. Within these pubs, you are not likely to see any fancy cocktails, but only the traditional ales on offer. These fairly priced ales across the country come with another heavy restriction that the youth of […]

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Manchester protest organised to ‘Kill the Bill’ at Piccadilly Gardens this Saturday

A protest to honour the women lost to gender violence and stop the Police Crackdown Bill will take place from 4:30pm at Manchester Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday 20th March.  Attendees are told to bring flowers, signs, comrades, masks and water. Instagram account @manchestermarch is sharing the hashtag ‘kill the bill’, one of their post’s states: “Those […]

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Holocaust survivors aim to meet Boris Johnson to discuss genocide

Two holocaust survivors are attempting to meet Prime Minster Boris Johnson to discuss the Genocide Amendment. Ruth Barnett and Dorit Oliver Wolff recently created a petition with the aim of meeting the PM ahead of the House of Commons March 22nd vote on the amendment. As genocide survivors themselves the two women want to use their experience […]

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Care Home worker welcomes changes allowing residents to hold hands with family members as ‘long overdue’

A care home worker from Leeds has welcomed government changes allowing residents to hold hands with family members as, ‘long overdue’. From March 8th, some care homes will be making the next step to allow hand holding between the residents and their visiting family members. Malynda Mcintosh, who works at Barchester Care Home in Leeds, […]

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The University Students Raising awareness for the fight against breast cancer

Nearly £2000 has been raised so far and they’re not stopping there.  A group of nineteen to twenty year old students from the University of Swansea are working alongside organisation CoppaFeel to spread the message to men and women, young and old, about the importance of checking yourself and raise cash in a bid to fight […]

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Musicians “won’t take it for granted” as June 21st plan gives music industry hope

Photo credit: www.lewis21pictures.com/live Musicians, venues and gig goers can finally see light at the end of the tunnel after the announcement of the UK’s Covid ‘roadmap’. June 21st could be the day a whole industry has been eagerly waiting for with the possibility of gigs, nightclubs and large live events making a return. It’s a […]

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Chesterfield set to offer Rowe new contract

Susy211, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons The National League promotion hopefuls are set to offer manager James Rowe a new contract to ‘fend off interest’ according to reports. The 37-year-old took over the club in November and has taken them to just six points outside the play-off places. The Spireites also have four […]

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Five-year-olds to sing protest songs by Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell and The Beatles

Five-year-olds are singing their own protest songs as part of a virtual project from The People’s History Museum. The monthly sessions will replace nursery rhymes with songs by the likes of Bob Marley to teach children the value of working together and using their voices for good. The children will sing well-known songs such as […]

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