Horoscopes by Christine Chalklin – June/July 2020

Your Horoscopes for June and July 2020 by Astrologer Christine Chalklin

As I write this I have no idea if the lockdown will be over, it’s looking like a phased exit strategy will be announced soon. I’m sure we all hope so, as it has been such a difficult and challenging time for us all and we are longing to see family and friends. […]

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VE Day – Stay at Home Victory Party Ideas – May 20

When VE Day dawns on 8th May 2020 it will be 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. Years of carnage and destruction had come to an end and millions of people took to the streets and pubs to celebrate peace, mourn their loved-ones and to hope for the future, but not forgetting those still in conflict until 15th August when it was announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally to the Allies, effectively ending World War II. […]

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Community News – April/May 20

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How Can Men Feel More Confident in Front of the Camera?

Just like their female counterparts, men today are under as much pressure as women to have so called ‘perfect looks’ with many feeling more body conscious than ever before. Whether through social media, television reality shows or men’s magazines, they are being judged against male models with washboard abs and square jaws. […]

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HRH Princess Alexandra Returned to Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice for 40th Anniversary

The Princess officially opened the Birmingham Hospice in 1979 and on Thursday 13th February she returned to unveil a prestigious Blue Plaque to honour the charity’s founder. […]

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Midland Voices Daytime Choirs Raised Over £3,000 For Spencer’s Retreat

Continuing its fundraising for selected charities, Midland Voices daytime choirs run by Musical Director, Barry Todd, have raised £3,154 for Spencer’s Retreat, part of the Langdale Trust, at their recent “Music of the Night” concerts. This brings Midland Voices total charity fundraising to well over £75,000. The charity was chosen by the MD Barry Todd, as it is locally based (Spencer’s Lane, Berkswell) and receives no government funding. […]

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What’s Happening at Kenilworth Town Council?  

The Council has been busy since its last report, working with various residents in working groups. As a result, over the last few council meetings we have received and accepted a cycling strategy, a climate change roadmap and agreement to upgrade our friendship link with Roccalumera into a full twinning link. […]

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Registered Nurse Turned Author

A walk through Coventry City Centre, mid-afternoon, late November 2018, led to the creation of ‘Keep Them Close’. Having retired from nursing a short while before, it was a new experience for me to have leisure time in a week-day afternoon. However, I was extremely disturbed by the sight of so many youngsters sleeping rough in the centre of our local shopping precinct, and I returned home with many questions. […]

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Andy Street Says £15 Billion Plan Will Put Coventry at Cutting Edge of Transport Technology

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street says his new £15 billion transport vison for the region includes cutting-edge ideas that will put the city at the forefront of transport technology. […]

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The Great Pension Robbery

Approximately 34,000 women living in Coventry & Warwickshire have lost around £45,000 each on average in State Pensions. These women were born in the 1950s and have been affected by the State Pension Age (SPA) increase. […]

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The Hargreaves Narrowboat Trust

The Hargreaves Narrowboat Trust is an all-volunteer registered charity (No 1037467), founded over 25 years ago which aims “to improve the quality of life for people, who by virtue of age, infirmity, physical disability, mental disorder or social factors, are disadvantaged or deprived”, and to provide them with an experience outside of their normal environment. The trustees and crew are all unpaid and give their time to support this important community service. […]

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