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You might be planning an office party or a smaller shindig, but whatever it is, take a look at our guide to some of the best Christmas party venues There's nothing like a good old knees up at Christmas, and while the Christmas celebrations seem to start earlier each year, you won't regret getting a date in the diary for your Christmas party.
6 hrs ago | This is Local London
Ewell St Mary's Morris Men hosted members of Les Rabalbots de Fleac, over the Bank Holiday weekend, after staying with them in France last year.
10 hrs ago | Market Rasen Mail
Its occupants were once called 'inmates' and although they do not own their homes, they are not tenants, but residents.
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PROUD bosses and staff at Bolton firm Travel Counsellors received royal approval of their outstanding performance when they received the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
Simon Cunnick sent this photo of the collision in West Maitland Street in Edinburgh between a tram and a bus this morning at 07:44.
The next phase in plans for a major overhaul of public transport in south east Wales reveals a vision for a rapid one-ticket system for travellers.
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey.
They show from the air the A 6.5 billion Thameslink rail project, which connects Brighton and Gatwick Airport with central London and stations north of the Thames, including Luton Airport and Bedford.
The flood of big international brands like H&M and Sephora into the Australian retail scene has kicked off a new round of shop-swapping musical chairs in Sydney's Pitt Street mall.
THE Scotch whisky business is all about timing, ruminates Jim, a distiller at Glengoyne, a 181-year-old outfit not far from Glasgow.
HEALTH bosses have sought to reassure Bury residents about the future of Fairfield Hospital - as part a public consultation into the biggest shake up of the NHS in more than 60 years.
Candida Lycett Green and her husband Rupert with her father, Sir John Betjeman, right, after her wedding at SS Peter & Paul Church, Wantage, in 1963 Candida Lycett Green, from Uffington, was a journalist and author whose great passion was an appreciation of the beauty of England and its buildings, much like her late father, the former Poet Laureate ... (more)
Train ticket prices are to logic what reindeer are to scrabble. In other words, they've nothing in common.
Leading Scotch whisky figures - including Edrington 's CEO and the former chairman of William Grant & Sons - have signed a letter backing the campaign for Scotland to stay part of the United Kingdom.
Jane Aldridge may be shoe-obsessed, but it's a sea of glasses she's got her eye on now.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 01:27 pm
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