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  • BBC Essex: NHS unit to fold later in the year
    A body supporting NHS groups in the eastern region is to fold at the end of September.
  • BBC Beds Bucks Herts: NHS unit to fold later in the year
    A body supporting NHS groups in the eastern region is to fold at the end of September.
  • BBC Humberside: Farbrace named as England assistant
    Former Yorkshire second XI coach Paul Farbrace is close to being named England's new assistant coach after quitting his role as boss of Sri Lanka.
  • BBC Kent: Farbrace named as England assistant
    Former Kent wicketkeeper Paul Farbrace is close to being named England's new assistant coach after quitting his role as boss of Sri Lanka.
  • BBC Oxford: Death of boy, 10, was 'accidental'
    A coroner rules that the death of 10-year-old Freddie Perry, who was hit by a car as he crossed the road outside his house, was accidental.
  • BBC Manchester: Januzaj elects to play for Belgium
    Manchester United's teenage winger Adnan Januzaj commits his international future to the Belgium national side.
  • This is Nottingham: Villagers plant seven trees to remember the seven soldiers who never came home from war
    Seven trees have been planted to remember seven soldiers who from a village who gave their lives in the First World War. A plaque was also unveiled today to go alongside the trees in Manor Road, Barton-in-Fabis, while seven bird boxes have been built and placed around the village. It has all been done to remember villagers James Adams, Frederick Atkinson, Thomas Brogdale, Albert Priestley, John Towers, Arthur North and Harry Pepper. All of them came from the village, near Clifton, and all lost their lives during the Great War. The plaque was unveiled on a wall today.

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  • This is Lincolnshire: Lincolnshire hospitals scoops information award
    The United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has won national recognition for the quality of information it produces for patients. And is one of only 27 trusts to be recognised. It has been given a quality mark, demonstrating that its information is trustworthy, accurate, evidence-based, balanced and current, by the Information Standard which is supported by NHS England. Patient Experience and Engagement Manager Sharon Kidd said: "We are all committed to making sure patients have clear and accurate information.

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  • This is Somerset: TristanCork published Camilla 'utterly devastated' at death of her brother Mark Shand
    The Duchess of Cornwall said she was 'utterly devastated' after her brother Mark Shand died following a fall in New York last night. The 62-year-old, West-educated brother of Camilla sustained a head injury in a freak accident outside a party held following a charity auction. As chairman of the charity he set up called The Elephant Family, Mr Shand was in New York for a fundraising auction, and outside the after-party, he went outside to have a cigarette, slipped and hit his head on the...

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  • This is Nottingham: Pudding Pantry set to open in Nottingham's Trinity Square
    SWEET-toothed customers will be catered for at a new city centre desserts-based artisan coffee shop. The Pudding Pantry, located in previously unoccupied units in Trinity Square, will officially open on Monday, April 28, following a soft launch this week. Owner and managing director Anthony Quinn, a former restaurant and bar manager at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel,worked with head chef Georgina Mak to set up the business. They've spent a total of £95,000 on their new venture, after receiving a £20,000 start-up loan from First Enterprise Business Agency (FEBA) and a £40,000 loan from Nat West

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