Castle Medical Centre – August/September 20

COVID19 – Reflections on the Pandemic from a Family Doctor’s View

The last few months have been extraordinary for us all with the restrictions imposed on our lives, and tremendous challenges faced, we are proud of the way our community pulled together. Support groups and volunteers stepped up within a couple of days of lockdown being announced and it has been a great example of teamwork. […]

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Beauty Article – August/September 20

Bare-Face Benefits: Why The Natural Look Is Back by Mel Holbrook

For those of us accustomed to the rat race, lockdown offered a very different way of life. And after several weeks trapped at home, many of us got used to seeing a different version of ourselves. With no workplace to attend, no one to visit and nowhere to go except the local park, it made sense to dress casually and ditch our usual make-up routines. […]

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Picnics Article – August/September 20

Pack up a Picnic and Enjoy the Great Outdoors By Lynne Heard

A picnic may have many different meanings and hold a whole variety of memories for each and every one of us. Some may see a picnic as a romantic affair to be shared with a loved one, with shared food and a bottle of wine, in fact my husband proposed to me on a picnic in Stratford-upon-Avon by the river over 26 years ago! […]

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Blue Daisy Garden Diary – August/September 20

Just Add Water by Nicki Jackson

A recipe for success in any garden, a water feature can bring many benefits. Here are our top 5 reasons (in no particular order) to ‘just add water’ to your garden…. […]

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Summer Holiday Special – August/September 20

A Summer Holiday – On Four Wheels

Renting a camper van or motorhome for your summer break is a truly different experience to a holiday home stay. Clearly it’s much smaller, but the ‘wendy house’ feel is a lot of fun and being able to visit a number of places without packing and unpacking every time is a joy. […]

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Horoscopes by Christine Chalklin – August 2020

Your Horoscopes for August 2020 by Astrologer Christine Chalklin

August offers an abundance of dynamic Leo energy; although we are all having to find new ways to enjoy ourselves and are used to doing most things differently, this is still the month to be joyful and make special time for bonding with family and friends. Communication planet Mercury also arrives in Leo on the 5th inspiring us to be generous, affectionate and playful. The love planet Venus moves into the caring sign of Cancer on the 8th, this shift will provide some lessons in evaluating the real worth of family life, relationships and partnerships. […]

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Community News – June/July 20

Community News From Around Our Area

Local Disabled Woman ‘Steps Up’ to Help Raise Vital Funds for Charity that has Supported her for the Last Decade

Zia Clayton, who has Cerebral Palsy and Lupus, has been riding with Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) for ten years as a form of therapy to ensure she stays mobile and supple. Riding allows her to take part in a sport where she feels equal and can achieve and compete against others across the UK, having previously competed at the RDA National Championships based at Hartpury College. […]

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Community News – June/July 20

Community News From Around Our Area 

Why the NHS should be Awarded the George Cross, by Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands

Across the area, local people tried their best to ensure the 75th anniversary of VE Day was not completely disrupted by a new enemy – coronavirus. With social distancing in place, they brought out the bunting to celebrate an event that links us to a past generation who faced another great national test. […]

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Community News – June/July 20

Community News From Around Our Area

£25,000 to be Divided Between Five Local Hospices

Hospices serving adults and children in Coventry and Warwickshire have been given a helping hand from the WPH Charitable Trust in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. […]

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Community News – June/July 20

Community News From Around Our Area

Local Teacher Publishes Her First Novel

Journeyman is the first full length novel by Emma Melville, a Nuneaton teacher and author.

After many years of success with short stories, many involving Inspector Marshall and the sometimes strange cases he has to solve, Emma decided to look at the Inspector’s beginnings in Fenwick in a full length tale. […]

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