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posted 6 Nov 2014, 16:15 by Mersey Bells   [ updated 6 Nov 2014, 16:15 ]

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Veterans Day weekend: Here's what's going on in the next few days - Loveland Reporter-Herald

Posted: 06 Nov 2014 12:42 PM PST


Loveland Reporter-Herald

Veterans Day weekend: Here's what's going on in the next few days
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mountain View Presbyterian Church will recognize veterans during the worship services. Cub Scout Pack 11 honor guard will present the colors at both ... 4 a.m. Loveland bell ringers will head through the streets to ring a remembrance to the end of ...

Video: Ex-serviceman honours Manton miners of WWI in his new book - Worksop Today

Posted: 06 Nov 2014 08:10 AM PST


Worksop Today

Video: Ex-serviceman honours Manton miners of WWI in his new book
Worksop Today
“My research led me to a man, Sgt William Henry Johnson, a deputy at the pit who lived at Shelley Street and was also a bell ringer at Worksop Priory Church.” “His courage in WWI was such that he was even awarded a Victoria Cross.” Sgt Johnson lived ...

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Buildings lit up red to mark First World War centenary - LoughboroughEcho.net

Posted: 06 Nov 2014 06:06 AM PST


LoughboroughEcho.net

Buildings lit up red to mark First World War centenary
LoughboroughEcho.net
... church red because of technical difficulties with the existing antiquated lighting, but we are undaunted and will create a special - and beautiful – red-lit area beneath the tower illuminating the memorial to the three Taylor bell foundry boys ...

Concert will mark start of war memorials move - LoughboroughEcho.net

Posted: 06 Nov 2014 04:03 AM PST


LoughboroughEcho.net

Concert will mark start of war memorials move
LoughboroughEcho.net
And to mark the start of the process, the project is hosting The Road to War – Dulce et Decorum est. Bill Brookman, a member of the Charnwood Great War Centenary Project, said: “It is our big event before we move the war memorials which have been badly ...

Ghostonbury Festival, a short story by Michael Malaghan - Shepton Mallet Journal

Posted: 06 Nov 2014 03:48 AM PST


Shepton Mallet Journal

Ghostonbury Festival, a short story by Michael Malaghan
Shepton Mallet Journal
It felt as if someone had used the heel of their hand to push him stumbling from the shelter of the tower and onto the small plateau beyond; yet when he looked around he was completely alone, no sign of an attacker whatsoever. He thought, perhaps ...

Remembrance Day events launched - LoughboroughEcho.net

Posted: 05 Nov 2014 10:56 PM PST


LoughboroughEcho.net

Remembrance Day events launched
LoughboroughEcho.net
The Remembrance Service will be held at the Carillon Tower in Queen's Park at 10.45am and will be led by the Rev David Featonby and the Rev David Owen. Coun Day said: “The service and parade in Loughborough has grown to be one of the biggest in ...

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Driving force Inayat becomes Heritage Angel - The Bolton News

Posted: 05 Nov 2014 10:08 PM PST


The Bolton News

Driving force Inayat becomes Heritage Angel
The Bolton News
THE man who led the decade-long battle to transform a historic but derelict church into a £4.9 million community centre has received a top award before it has even opened. Chairman of All Souls Bolton Inayat Omarji has received the English Heritage ...

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Stocksbridge Christian Centre transformed following £25000 makeover - Sheffield Telegraph

Posted: 05 Nov 2014 10:00 PM PST


Sheffield Telegraph

Stocksbridge Christian Centre transformed following £25000 makeover
Sheffield Telegraph
The project, which has been led by the church, was refurbished in two phases - the first involving the installation of new double-glazed windows, and a new boiler and heating system. The second involved a new gas meter and ... what they do and to ...

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Brean, Som

Posted: 05 Nov 2014 04:00 PM PST

Indication of toilet facility added

St Decuman's, Som

Posted: 05 Nov 2014 04:00 PM PST

Indication of toilet facility added

Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground? - Daily Beast

Posted: 04 Nov 2014 08:20 PM PST


Daily Beast

Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground?
Daily Beast
They aren't bell-ringers but could end the gridlock to get Congress functioning again. TPA would ..... The gunmen lined them up—men, women, and children—in the village of Ras al-Maa west of Baghdad and unceremoniously slaughtered them all. That was ...

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