Weather London
Electoral Commission News
  • Community Fibre Partnerships- Grant scheme for schools
    Technology is shaping the modern world, from creating more engaged citizens through to driving global growth and finding solutions to some of society’s biggest challenges. That’s why BT has made a long term commitment to build a culture of tech literacy in the UK – starting with the next generation. For information about the scheme […]
  • Digital Gwynedd Newsletter
    Find out how Digital Gwynedd team has been helping people to get online Download the Digital Gwynedd newsletter    
  • How to Save Money Online drop in session at Hove Library
    Searching the internet – for fares, energy suppliers or items like washing machines or clothes – has become one of the best ways to compare prices and get a good deal. However, price comparison sites and online supermarkets can be off-putting for some first time users. As part of Brighton Digital Festival, Hove Library is […]
  • Natalie helps learner to navigate the benefits system
    Mae Natalie yn Aseswr Porth Maes gyda CAB (Cyngor ar Bopeth). Yn ogystal, mae’n hyrwyddwr digidol gyda Gwynedd Ddigidol ac am helpu pobl sydd angen cyngor budd-daliadau neu i ddefnyddio’r rhyngrwyd. Un o gleientau Natalie yw Gwennan, mam sengl plentyn anabl a ddaeth i weld Natalie yn uned symudol CAB. Roedd Gwennan eisoes wedi gwneud […]
  • Digital Champion Dan helps learners get online
    Digital Champion, Dan shares his experiences of helping people to get online. Please click here to view the video
  • Rachel gets online with Digital Highland
    Rachel from the Highland Council discusses the benefits of being a digital champion. Please click here to view the video      
  • Free social media workshop for job seekers in Brighton & Hove
    Social media and networking sites can be used for careers research, job seeking and to market yourself to future employers, as well as arranging your social life! In order to help you learn new IT skills and find out how social media can help you with your job search, the National Careers Service is running […]
  • Building your community fibre network
    As part of the Community Fibre Partnership scheme, BT has made £2m available via a grant for Community Fibre Partnerships that could benefit their local school. This enables communities in the final 5% of the UK not covered by fibre broadband rollout plans to apply for a grant of up to £20,000 toward the cost […]
  • One Digital – the “poster child for collective impact”!
    Collaboration, not competition – that was the overriding theme at the One Digital stakeholder event in London on Wednesday 25 May 2016. Around 60 people from a wide range of organisations attended to hear the latest from One Digital, a national digital inclusion programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The programme is helping thousands […]
  • Internet class helps Jack get online
    At a time when the UK is moving to ‘digital by default’, over 12 million people still lack basic digital skills¹. One Digital is a unique collaboration between six diverse organisations to create a sustainable and far reaching digital inclusion solution. Age UK, the Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations, Citizens Online and Digital Unite with […]
Arastos Aggregator aggregator - aggregated feeds
Energy Maintenance aggregator - aggregated feeds
News in Britain aggregator
News in Britain - aggregated feeds
The Local - aggregated feeds
  • BBC London News Feed: Tube train device controlled explosion at North Greenwich
    A suspect device found on a London Underground train is destroyed in a controlled explosion.
  • BBC London News Feed: Body cameras given to Guy's and St Thomas' hospital staff
    Body cameras will be given to security personnel at two south London hospitals as attacks on staff increase by almost a third in six months.
  • BBC Birmingham News Feeds: Burton Albion v Birmingham City
    Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Burton Albion and Birmingham City.
  • BBC Cambridgeshire News Feed: Widow's outburst in Peterborough pizza delivery man's death trial
    The widow of a pizza delivery driver killed in an attempted robbery of three pizzas screams "you're evil" at accused man.
  • BBC Beds Bucks Herts News Feed: Luton body in bin: Woman found dead had just given birth
    A woman, whose death has been linked to the discovery of a body in a bin, had recently given birth is it revealed.
  • BBC Beds Bucks Herts News Feed: US GP: Lewis Hamilton says he will 'take it like a man' if Nico Rosberg wins title
    Lewis Hamilton says "everything is possible" as he fights for the drivers' title with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
  • Cornwall Council News feed: Cornwall Council prepares to transfer sites to St Austell Town Council

    Cornwall Council has posted public notices for a number of St Austell’s sites, including public open spaces, so that they can be transferred to St Austell Town Council next month as part of its devolution programme. The devolving of the sites to the town council, which includes 39 different areas of public open space, follows 18 months of discussions between St Austell Town Council and Cornwall Council.

    The Town Council will take on both the care and services relating to the transfer of this ‘total place’ package including, for example, the grounds maintenance of the sites. This means that most of the grass cutting in the town will now be done by St Austell Town Council. By transferring services and running them locally they can be delivered and managed in a more efficient, effective and flexible way.

    As well as managing public open space including eleven play areas and two closed church yards, one property, Pondhu House, is being transferred to the Town Council. 

    This marks the start of a phased package where by a number of other services and assets will be transferred to the Town Council over an agreed period of time. The next phase will include local sports clubs, the library, Priory car park and other buildings.

    Mayor of St Austell and Town Councillor Jackie Bull said, “It is very good to see that the Cornwall Council Localism team are now posting notice that some of the key sites in St Austell and the care of them are to be transferred to St Austell Town Council.  I would like to thank both Cornwall Council and St Austell Town Council for the work that has been done to get to this point where we, locally, can care for our town.  It has been forward thinking of both Councils to facilitate this devolution and we look forward to greater involvement of both Councillors and community in shaping our place. There has been good co-operation between Cornwall Council's Localism team and St Austell's Town Clerk which just demonstrates what can be achieved from working together.”

    Jeremy Rowe, Cornwall Council’s Cabinet Member for Localism, added: “I am really pleased that those involved at both Cornwall Council and St Austell Town Council have worked hard to support the devolution programme.  The Town Council’s devolution programme is bold and exciting. As a whole range of assets and services will be transferred over the next 12 months we have agreed a phased approach to do this.  We look forward to continue working in partnership with St Austell Town Council over the next year so that the programme can be implemented successfully. I am grateful to the Town Council for their positive approach to taking over these assets and services, many of which are very important to local people.”

    The Council’s devolution programme offers local councils and communities the opportunity to take on services often enabling a better level of local service provision.

    In June this year St Austell Town Council was awarded a grant of £26,601 by the area’s Community Network Panel, using money allocated from Cornwall Council’s ‘Local Devolution Fund’ to support the town’s major devolution programme.  Some of this funding was used towards the purchase of equipment to help support the Town Council’s new horticultural team maintain public open spaces in the town.

    Posted 20 October 2016

  • BBC Birmingham News Feeds: Walsall report profit for 11th successive season
    Walsall report a profit of £417,000 for the 2015-16 season - the 11th year in a row that the club have been in the black.
  • BBC London News Feed: Pentonville stabbings: Call for prisons safety inquiry
    The Prison Governors Association (PGA) calls for an inquiry the state of jails in England and Wales.
BBC News - Magazine
Content from Toxic Fuels campaign – Tar sands, Canada
Representatives from The Co-operative went out to Alberta, Canada, to see for themselves the destruction caused by tar sands developments. Everything they knew about these developments could not have prepared them for what they saw – destruction as far as they eye can see. Find out more about this shocking The Co-operative's campaign to stop the expansion of tar sands – <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>
Clifton Lodge Hotel

Clifton Lodge Hotel
210 West Wycombe Road,
High Wycombe,
Buckinghamshire,HP12 3AR
Telephone 01494 440095
News Aggregator aggregator - aggregated feeds
Your Sports Page
Your Sports Page
Get Your Local News
Get Your Local aggregator
Get Your Local - aggregated feeds
Foreign Office
Announcements on GOV.UK
News in Britain
News in Britain
  • So we are on way way out of The European Union

    The option to Vote has now driven us out of The Union.

    We now have to take the advantage and not carry on blaming ourselves or others.It was a shock the way it went BUT GET OVER IT.

    The European Union is an organisation that tries to represent Europe.
    It is now nervous that a country has dared to take control of themselves.

    It will not be easy to deal with them because they want us to fail.
    We will not fail and maybe others will split away.That is their biggest fear.

    Northern Ireland now needs to be used as a trade Area to negotiate with Europeans direct.Taking advantage of its doorstep location with Southern Ireland. The UK needs to lower corporation rates to be the same as Ireland.This will be an advantage for all business.

    We need to create a small coordinating and marketing organisation and use CBI and Group Trading organisations to promote Great Britain.The commonwealth needs to be a bigger part of our trade. Our main objective must be to trade globally.
    The social legislation and general laws need to be rewritten and but back into British Law. Maybe a 5 year project.There is going to be lots to sort. In the meantime we can still use Modified European Law and call it that.

    For Info
    The European Union is a politico-economic union of 28 member states. It has an area of 4,324,782 km², and an estimated population of over 508 million, and operates through a hybrid system of supranational ... Wikipedia
    Area: 4.325 million km²
    Founded: November 1, 1993, Maastricht, Netherlands
    Headquarters: City of Brussels, Belgium
    Unemployment rate: 9.6% (Apr 2015) Eurostat
    Government debt: 87.4% of GDP (2013) Eurostat
    Largest city: London
    Founders: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands, Germany

  • Lonn

    Online news and magazines-other publications on solicitors, and information on towns

  • Street Shop

    Clothes online

Key Biz