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The seven-piece folk-fusion ensemble Skerryvore will be paying a visit to Forest Folk on Monday. First formed on the tiny lsle of Tiree off Scotland’s west coast in 2005, the band then consisted of Tiree-born brothers Daniel and Martin Gillespie who bonded with holidaymaker Fraser West and friend Alec Dalglish over a shared love of music: everything from traditional to rock and jazz. The group took its name from the Skerryvore lighthouse that lies 12 miles off the coast of Tiree.They recently released their fifth...
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THE classroom was swapped for the custody suite when teenagers took over police stations for the day. Young people sat down with inspectors at a debrief meeting and got an insight into crimes that occurred overnight in Waterlooville and Portsmouth.And they hit the streets to join PCSOs on patrol and find out what issues matter most to the general public.The initiative, at Waterlooville and Fratton police stations, was part of Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day 2014, a national event led by the Children’s Commissioner for England...
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THE classroom was swapped for the custody suite when teenagers took over police stations for the day. Young people sat down with inspectors at a debrief meeting and got an insight into crimes that occurred overnight in Waterlooville and Portsmouth.And they hit the streets to join PCSOs on patrol and find out what issues matter most to the general public.The initiative, at Waterlooville and Fratton police stations, was part of Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day 2014, a national event led by the Children’s Commissioner for England...
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CHECKING your feet regularly is crucial for diabetes patients – Barrie Smith should know. The 74-year-old Type 2 diabetic had to have his lower leg amputated after a thorn became stuck in his heel.Diabetic patients can suffer from loss of blood circulation in their feet, which means they do not always feel pain.Barrie walked around with the thorn in his foot for two months before it became infected, causing the need for the amputation.Now, ahead of giving a speech on Monday at an event in...
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CHECKING your feet regularly is crucial for diabetes patients – Barrie Smith should know. The 74-year-old Type 2 diabetic had to have his lower leg amputated after a thorn became stuck in his heel.Diabetic patients can suffer from loss of blood circulation in their feet, which means they do not always feel pain.Barrie walked around with the thorn in his foot for two months before it became infected, causing the need for the amputation.Now, ahead of giving a speech on Monday at an event in...
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