Community News – August/September 21

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Unexpected Sequence of Events Leads to High Sherriff Cadet Position for Freya

When Freya Pinnick broke her toe whilst attending an event at Edgbaston Stadium, it turned out to be a pivotal moment leading to a series of events which have since helped steer the course of her life, ultimately creating a plethora of new opportunities. […]

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“Public Transport is Safe and Ready,” says Mayor Andy Street

West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street, says Solihull’s train and bus services are safe, ready and waiting to welcome more passengers back on board following the relaxation of Covid-19 lockdown measures. […]

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What’s Happening at Kenilworth Town Council?

The Town Council finally held their first full council meeting back in the Jubilee House Council Chamber in June. The Mayor of Kenilworth, Cllr Peter Jones chaired, and shared with members how he had enjoyed celebrating the success of the Kenilworth Nature Watch week. Various competitions were launched re art and photography, in addition to the shop window competition, and he had been pleased to present the prizes to the talented winners. He also reported on the first ever raising of the LBGTQI flag outside Jubilee House for Pride Month, and his hope that these would both be events that will become staple events in Kenilworth’s social and commemorative diary. […]

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Dash Arts Announces Immersive Theatre Experience as Part of Coventry City of Culture Year

International arts organisation Dash Arts has announced a brand-new production The Great Middlemarch Mystery, bringing to life the world of George Eliot’s Middlemarch as an immersive site-specific theatre experience in Coventry as part of its City of Culture year in April 2022. […]

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The Albany Theatre Trust Appoints Coventry North West MP, Taiwo Owatemi, as New Board Member

Coventry’s Albany Theatre warmly welcomes Taiwo Owatemi, Coventry North West MP, as a new member of the Board of Trustees responsible for this important community venue. […]

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The Heart of England Co-operative Society Gives £11,500 Boost to India’s Covid Appeal

The Heart of England Co-operative Society has donated £11,500 towards the fight against Covid in India.

The donation has been put towards an appeal organised by Co-operatives UK in partnership with SEWA (Self Employed Womens’ Association). […]

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Update from Hinckley and District Parkinson’s Branch

With all the uncertainties about the pandemic we have not yet been able to finalise dates for the restarting of actual meetings for those in the Atherstone area – at Hinckley. We look forward to seeing those with Parkinson’s, their carers or families for our regular monthly meetings at the Mary Forryan Centre, Hinckley weekly exercise classes, Friday evening singing therapy sessions and the relaxed, informal ‘drop-in’ afternoon teas at Dobbies Garden Centre at Stapleton. Let us hope that these will be underway again by September. Watch this space! […]

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Recipe Sesame Chicken and Crunchy Veg Stir Fry – August/September 21

Sesame Chicken and Crunchy Veg Stir Fry

Stir-fries are a great way to use up any left over veggies in the fridge. This one has added crunch with red cabbage and a nutty sprinkling of sesame seeds. […]

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Gardening: Plant Hunters Article – August/September 21

Crocosmia – Stars of the Late Summer Garden by Martin Blow

Crocosmia are better known as “Montbretia” in Britain and have often had a bad name as invasive plants. However, there are lots of choice varieties that are less spreading and worthier of their other common name, “Falling Stars”, after their cascade of brilliant, fiery, starry flowers. […]

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Pets Corner – August/September 21

Pet Insurance

You could be really lucky and never have any cause to need more than routine veterinary visits for your pet. But should something happen, at best you’ll have a hefty bill and at worst be in a position where the condition or injury is so serious that you can’t afford to pay and risk losing your pet. […]

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