West Bridgford, England Newswire

West Bridgford, England Newswire

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  1. The black and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier has been named TeddyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Nottingham Evening Post

    A dog has been rescued by the RSPCA after being chained to a sign in a park in West Bridgford . The black and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who has been named Teddy by his rescuers, was left with no food or water and was underweight.

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  2. FOOTBALL: Westfields invite Carlos Moreira to train with themRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Hereford Times

    The winger, who played a number of games for Pegasus Juniors last season, featured for Westfields in their first pre-season game at Longlevans on Friday night. "But I know he did particularly well for Robbo [Anthony Robbins] at Pegasus for the last part of the season, so I've kept it on the back burner.

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    Monday Jul 17 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Footballers including Michael Dawson, Marlon Harewood, Tony Woodcock, Mark Draper and David Norton have all ventured into the world of business Life in football can be a sweet but infuriatingly short experience for those lucky enough to reach the pinnacle of the sport. With careers usually lasting no more than between 15 and 20 years and more pros becoming aware of the perils that retirement can bring, preparing for life after hanging up their boots is more important than ever.

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  4. Top 5 places to live if you're a tennis fanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Western Gazette

    With Wimbledon fever gripping the nation, we started our quest to find the best place in the UK to live for tennis fans. We've combed through the data with our Locality Reality tool to find the highest-scoring areas with some of the UK's leading tennis clubs.

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  5. Colder Than Here, West Bridgford Dramatic Society - reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Nottingham Evening Post

    This is a play about dying. But it isn't morbid. By the end of the evening you might emerge feeling quite positive; but not in a shallow, sentimental sense.

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  6. Watch Wimbledon at Shooters.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 10 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Tennis fans can lap up all the action of Wimbledon on the biggest TV screens at any Nottingham city centre pub. Shooters, in Friar Lane, is screening all the matches, vowing: "It's the next best thing to actually being at SW19."

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  7. Flower Festival Poster JPEGRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Nottingham Evening Post

    St. Martin's Flower Festival // A story of 'Restoration and Transformation' told through flowers // Friday, 14th July 2017 Festival open 11am to 8pm Saturday, 15th July 2017 Festival open 11am to 6pm and West Bridgford Social Singers Concert 7pm for 7.30pm Tickets 6 Sunday, 16th July 2017 Festival open 11am to 4pm and Service of Thanksgiving 5.30 pm with Rt Revd Anthony Porter, Bishop of Sherwood, Followed by buffet supper

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    Wednesday Jul 12 | Nottingham Evening Post

    NHS England has released the latest findings of its GP Patient Survey which ranks all GP practices in the country according to what patients think. The survey covers everything from the trust patients have in their doctor, to the attitude of receptionists and how easy it is to get an appointment.

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  9. Council moves to reassure people on fire safety after... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Nottingham Evening Post

    People living and working in Nottinghamshire have been re-assured that their council-run buildings are safe, after the county council outlined what has been done after the Grenfell Tower disaster. However, concerns have been raised that all buildings at which a safety inspection has been requested will not all be checked until the end of July, more than six weeks after the tragedy.

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    Thursday Jul 6 | Nottingham Evening Post

    More than 5,000 people will descend upon Nottingham this weekend for Europe's largest multi-sports festival aimed at business employees. The UK Corporate Games offers people of all abilities working at companies across the UK the chance to take part in activities ranging from football, netball and tennis to poker, go-kart racing and dragonboat racing.

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  11. Burger King staff offered support after 'traumatic' fire at... 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Support is being offered to Burger King staff after a 'traumatic' fire which has shut the fast food outlet until further notice. Yesterday a blaze broke out in the kitchen area of the restaurant in Lady Bay Retail Park at around 9.20am, and crews from West Bridgford, London Road and Carlton stations were called to the scene.

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  12. Fire brigade saved Nottingham Burger King from going up in flamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Nottingham Evening Post

    After a fire broke out in the kitchens at Burger King in Lady Bay Retail Park at around 9.20am today , crews from West Bridgford, London Road and Carlton stations were called to the scene. A decision was taken to immediately enter the building wearing breathing apparatus and the fire, in the kitchens and in the roof space and ventilation ducts, was tackled by firefighters.

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  13. West Bridgford schoolgirl has sights set on America to rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 29 | Nottingham Evening Post

    West Bridgford schoolgirl Eben Goode may only have been rowing for two years - but she has already set her sights on a coveted scholarship in the USA. The 15-year-old has a tough training programme ahead of her to qualify for a place at prestigious UCLA, California - a university with specified courses for talented rowers from around the world.

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  14. Nottinghamshire dad behind viral videos is up for award 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | Nottingham Evening Post

    A dad's viral videos including using a toolbox as a lunchbox and skip for a paddling pool have seen him nominated for a national award. Millions of people have seen the Ladbaby videos of the antics of first-time parent Mark Hoyle - from West Bridgford and now living in Hemel Hempstead - after they were shared across social media and featured in national newspapers.

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  15. West Bridgford's newest bar and eatery Avenue opens this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Nottingham Evening Post

    A new bar and eatery is set to open its doors in West Bridgford with street food, cocktails, gin, fizz and Guinness on draught. enue is a new venture based in the building that was previously charcuterie cafe Cured, in Central Avenue.

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    Monday Jun 26 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Distinct Recruitment is one of the new kids on the block in Nottingham's recruitment scene, but it has some familiar faces. Not only is it led by one of the sector's most experienced CEOs in the city, but it is backed by star footballer Michael Dawson.

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  17. School forces girls to kneel on chairs over skirt lengthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 26 | Daily Mail

    Teenage son of former Atlanta Braves player Keith Lockhart is on life support after being hit in the face by a baseball Parents blast 'draconian' school after teachers force girls to kneel on chairs to check their skirts are no shorter than 1.9ins above the knee Parents have blasted 'draconian' school which is now forcing girls to kneel on chairs to check the length of their skirts. The old-fashioned measuring technique was outlined by The West Bridgford School, in Nottingham, in a letter sent to parents regarding a crackdown on uniform 'compliance'.

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  18. School Orders Girls To Kneel On Chairs To Measure How Far Skirts Ride Up Their LegsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 26 | Small World News Service

    A secondary school has been accused of using "draconian law" after issuing a letter saying that girls should KNEEL on plastic chairs to have their skirt length measured. Parents have blasted a school as "draconian" for measuring the length of girls' skirts by ordering them to KNEEL on chairs to see how far their hems ride up their thighs.

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  19. The new Brewhouse & Kitchen - a big difference to Riverbank.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2017 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Some of the beers at Nottingham's newest pub Brewhouse & Kitchen pay homage to the city, its heroes and local history. Keg and hand-pulled ales will brewed at its own microbrewery, a centre-piece in the middle of the bar, on Trent Bridge, which until January was Riverbank.

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  20. 55 jobs created at new West Bridgford bar and restaurant The BotanistRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2017 | Nottingham Evening Post

    "We think the food, cocktail and beer menus, from our hanging kebab to the ale anthology with its 60 different beers, will deliver a great dining and drinking experience for the residents." The Botanist , owned by The New World Trading Company, will play host to live music with daily energetic evening gigs along with "lazy Sunday afternoon" sessions.

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