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2 hrs ago | Maldonandburnham Standard
Presidents Community Hall Association has received A 8,666 for its project to bring new life to an old community hall, in Laindon, with new equipment and the start of a new club, JFK Alliance . The project will also see a new cooker installed, which will enable the hall to be hired out with a fully operational kitchen.
7 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News
Our gardens are bone-dry, dusty, thirsty and patiently waiting for the refreshment of the autumnal rains. Yes, we can water or irrigate them, but the end-of-summer dryness has a chokehold on them.
10 hrs ago | WBAL-TV Baltimore
Carrie Engel from Valley View Farms answers plant and gardening questions about a rotting begonia, a crepe myrtle tree that's stopped growing tree limbs, and when to bring in potted hibiscus trees for the winter. DEGREES AND A 30% CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
14 hrs ago | Hereford Times
TRADING standards is warning sellers to ensure plants are labelled clearly after a child suffered a hallucinogenic experience after ingesting part of a leaf in her grandmother's garden. Six-year-old Lily Lloyd- Clokie's 'caterpillar' game brought her into contact with a dangerous plant belonging to the belladonna family, and within hours she was having hallucinations and rushed to Hereford County Hospital's A&E department.
Seniors learned how to put a new spin on the leafy greens most often used in Portuguese soup as part of a collaboration between the Senior Center, New Bedford Mass in Motion and Coastline Elderly Services. Using vegetables grown in a community garden new this year to the Senior Center, Coastline dietician Jamie Buccheri demonstrated how to make kale chips and a healthy version of a Caesar salad, substituting kale for romaine lettuce.
PEOPLE with dementia are being urged to volunteer to take part in a pioneering new gardening project in York city centre. A courtyard in Tanner Row is set to be regenerated to form an 'oasis' and meeting point for people affected by the condition.
Orange County Fire Authority firefighters extinguish hot spots near homes on Silverado Canyon Road as crews battle the Silverado Fire in the Cleveland National Forest on Saturday. Orange County Fire Authority firefighters extinguish hot spots near homes on Silverado Canyon Road as crews battle the Silverado Fire in the Cleveland National Forest on Saturday.
Olive Garden's business is under scrutiny after a hedge fund published a 294-page takedown of the brand that criticized its breadsticks strategy, inauthentic menu, and "barely edible" food. 12:21 p.m. We arrive at the restaurant, which is mostly empty.
Gorgeous MSV home in Vedic City on the market for the first time! Architect Henry Dearborn. Built by Badgett Construction with highest quality construction.
Whenever someone in your family is sick or one of your friends go to the hospital, you, most likely, send them your thoughts and prayers to get better. Does it work? Some sciences thought they should test it out! A Garden of Prayer: Every Tear You Cried Is Water for the Garden of Your Victory is a 2014 American fictional drama for children based on a community of people located in a small town when it that come together in a tough time to work together for one common denominator, which is to save their church.
In the southeast area of the Las Vegas Valley is Henderson , the second largest city in Nevada. The city of Henderson offers opportunities to start a business, build a business, or find employment in new developments and growing industries.
A freeze warning means that temperatures below 32A are highly likely for the warned area. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.
A foundation in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is starting a program aimed at improving children's long-term health by teaching them how to grow, prepare and appreciate fruits and vegetables. Keweenaw Community Foundation Executive Director Barb Rose says the program will offer nutritional instruction, gardening, food preparation and lots of tasting.
BRITAIN'S smallest park has been named a category winner in a gardening competition rescued from the brink of cancellation. But, following an outcry from some of those who did enter, organisers from Darlington Borough Council teamed up with The Northern Echo to run a stop-gap form of the competition in a bid to ease gardeners' disappointment.
The former Whitfield Rural Activity Centre for people with mental health problems was temporarily closed by the NHS in 2013 and had been falling into disrepair. Now Futureroots, a not-for-profit organisation, has refurbished the site as a hub for the community, and officially launched the new facility at a celebratory open day.
A COMMUNITY fete in Chard has raised an impressive A 881 for the residents of St Gildas Extra Care Retirement Living Scheme. People living at the care home invited others to view their gardens, flourishing flowers, and raise money for their amenity fund.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 07:51 pm
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