Citizens Advice Column – October/November 20

COVID-19 Update – Part III – Endgame!

By the time you read this, either lockdown will have started to be a memory or we will be subject to a ‘second wave’ and local or national restrictions. In either circumstance, the way ahead will be uncertain and complex as the post-Covid ‘new normal’ collides with the final lap of Brexit negotiations. Here, for the final time, are a few issues to look out for. […]

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Castle Medical Centre – October/November 20

Focus On Flu

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, it is essential that we are ready to deal with likely future illness during the winter months. Flu season will soon arrive and we at Castle Medical Centre are fully prepared to vaccinate all vulnerable patients in a safe way from September when our vaccinations arrive. The success of this campaign will be vital to protecting patients from flu in a year which could see a resurgence of Covid-19 cases, alongside flu and norovirus infections. […]

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Baking Recipe Gingerbread Skeletons – October/November 20

Gingerbread Skeletons

Kids will love helping to make and decorate these fun spooky Halloween treats!

Makes 20
Ready in 1 hour, plus cooling […]

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Halloween Apps – October/November 20

The Best Apps For Halloween Fun

For spooky stories: Creepypasta

Fancy some spine-chilling reads for the month of Halloween? Creepypasta is a collection of thousands of scary stories that have been delighting and frightening people all over the internet. Unlocking the full collection – over 14,500 terrifying tales – is just £2.99, and you can search by title, author and keywords. […]

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Blue Daisy Garden Diary – October/November 20

Garden Maintenance – How Low Can You Go? by Nicki Jackson

Ask a client what they want from their new garden design and 9 times out of 10 the phrase ‘low maintenance’ crops up. If it’s something that is high on your wish list too here are a few things to think about that, if implemented, will start moving your garden along from the high, towards the low, end of the maintenance spectrum. […]

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Horoscopes by Christine Chalklin – October/November 20

 

Your Horoscopes for October and November 2020 by Astrologer Christine Chalklin

October: October starts off with a powerful full moon in fiery Aries, with Mars still in the retrograde phase this could cause some heated arguments and sparks may fly. Fortunately the balanced sign of Libra is in the spotlight, helping us to weigh up any situation we may find ourselves in. Libra is ruled by Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, and during October as she travels through this discerning sign, you might need to spend time evaluating your partnerships and relationships, taking the opportunity to make some adjustments where necessary. The new moon in Libra on the 16th offers an excellent opportunity for starting up any creative new projects that you have in mind. Your ideals and beliefs come into focus at the second October full moon in Taurus on the 31st – Halloween! This is a passionate and creative full moon, ripe with possibilities and learning experiences. Intimate relationship matters, personal comfort levels and values will all figure prominently as the month progresses. […]

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Community News – August/September 20

Community News From Around Our Area

An ‘Enchanting Walk’ to Remember Loved Ones Returns to Birmingham this Autumn  

Warm hearted individuals are being invited to take a walk, in memory of their loved ones this October, at a special autumnal, evening stroll organised by a local charity, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice. […]

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Community News – August/September 20

Community News From Around Our Area

The Heart of England Co-operative Society Hands £2,500 to Nuneaton, Bedworth and District Mencap Society

The Nuneaton, Bedworth and District Mencap Society has received a surprise windfall of £2,500 thanks to shoppers at the Heart of England Co-operative Society. […]

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Community News – August/September 20

Community News From Around Our Area

Two Young Children Complete a 350 Mile Cycle Challenge!

At the start of lockdown, two children from the Warwick District, Grace, 9 and Sam, 6, started a 350 mile cycle challenge to be completed by the end of May with the aim of raising £500 for The Friendship Project for Children. Little did they know it was going to be the sunniest month since records began and they would be battling the heat too! […]

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Community News – August/September 20

Community News From Around Our Area

What’s Happening at Kenilworth Town Council?

Since the last “Your Call” was released Kenilworth Town Council have written to Warwick District Council to request that the Leisure Facilities Plan be revised to address several concerns that residents have brought to our attention. […]

By |September 18th, 2020|Community News, Magazine Articles|Comments Off on Community News – August/September 20
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