Curtain Call – December 19/January 20

Thriving Family Business Looking Forward to a Great 2020!

Keith Walker, Managing Director of Curtain Call in Coventry, has been manufacturing and retailing soft furnishings in Coventry and Warwickshire for 35 years, and with Keith’s son, Harry, as Sales Director, Curtain Call really is a family run business with a reputation for attention to detail and fantastic customer service. […]

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Citizens Advice Column – December 19/January 20

Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline: Your First Port Of Call For Consumer Advice

Consumer rights can be difficult to understand for most people; and may be about to get more difficult if and when the UK leaves the European Union. […]

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Citizens Advice Column – December 19/January 20

Prepare For The Post Christmas Debt Hangover: Save Money On Your Energy Bills

Preparing for the post Christmas belt-tightening period is an annual event; as familiar as that rush to take back all the presents you received that you said you liked, but didn’t really. Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help people cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to, to ensure that you pay no more for heating your property than you can afford. It has moved from its usual spot in the annual calendar, around October time, and in 2020 it will run from 20th to 26th January. […]

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Baking Recipe Cranberry, Orange and Nut Loaf – December 19/January 20

Cranberry, Orange and Nut Loaf

This simple cake makes a delicious alternative to a classic rich fruit Christmas cake. It will keep un-iced in an airtight container for a few days. Add the icing and fresh cranberry topping on the day of serving. […]

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Blue Daisy Garden Diary – December 19/January 20

Green – Making The Most Of Nature’s Neutral by Nicki Jackson

Green – we see it everywhere. Not only is it the predominant colour of nature but also, because of its position on the visible colour spectrum of light, it is the colour most readily seen by the human eye (ranging from yellow-green during the day (555 nanometers) and blue-green (505 nanometers) at night time). This ease of visibility makes for relaxing and restful viewing and being at the mid-point of the colour spectrum it also makes green a harmonising, balancing colour; true green being neither warm nor cool. When it comes to gardens and landscapes green joins the other ubiquitous neutral colours of black, white, grey/silver and shades of brown. […]

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Horoscopes by Christine Chalklin – December 19/January 20

Your Horoscopes for December 2019 and January 2020 by Astrologer Christine Chalklin

My best wishes to all for a joyous and magical festive season and a wonderfully successful and Happy New Year.

December: December is all about the mighty planet Jupiter arriving in Capricorn on the 3rd. Jupiter was last in this sign in 2008 and from past experience we might understand that this transit will bring our attention to material values, finances and the establishment. On a personal level it’s essential to make well-thought-out plans rather than follow spontaneous impulses; if you cultivate a mature perspective you should do well. This year’s winter solstice, the shortest day in our hemisphere, arrives on the 22nd making way for the start of lengthening days. The full moon is in Gemini on the 12th and the Capricorn new moon arrives over the festive season on the 26th. […]

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Community News – October/November 19

Community News From Around Our Area

Teach Your Dog a New Trick – Raising Money on a Sponsored Walk!

Calling all Silhillian pooches – a sponsored dog walk is coming to Waseley Hills Country Park this October to help raise vital funds for a local hospice. […]

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Community News – October/November 19

Community News From Around our Area 

Update From Caroline Spelman MP

Fairer schools funding is critical to ensuring our young people receive the very best education and the Government is committed to ensuring every child is properly funded wherever they are in the country. […]

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Community News – October/November 19

Community News From Around Our Area

Bedworth British Heart Foundation Appeals For Volunteers

This month the BHF Bedworth is appealing to local residents to take some time out of their busy lives, even just for an afternoon, and donate the gift of time. Whether you want to pick up a few shifts or explore volunteering longer term, BHF Bedworth is looking for spare pairs of hands to help them raise funds for life-saving heart research. […]

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Community News – October/November 19

Community News From Around Our Area

What’s Happening at Kenilworth Town Council?

As we look back over the summer, Kenilworth has seen some wonderful community events. The Carnival and Food Festival saw thousands of people out on the streets supporting local groups and businesses. […]

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