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  1. Sebastian Shakespeare: The Guy who will be next heir to LongleatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    ... Novelty Knits, for which she has modelled. 'Emma tells me she was going to call the baby Guy, as it's due on Guy Fawkes Day,' says Brandreth. David Cameron might have described the Queen as 'purring' after he told her the result of the Scottish ...


  2. Littlehampton bonfire almost set - but don't dump rubbish yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2014 | Littlehampton Gazette

    The Littlehampton Bonfire Society has issued a reminder that on no account should any rubbish be deposited on the bonfire site, at the East Green car park, before Monday, October 20. Richard Cooper, society secretary, said: "We have permission to commence building the fire on Monday, October 20. Anyone dumping rubbish on the site prior to this will be acting illegally, and will face prosecution." Mr Cooper is urging people to be careful what they do leave at the bonfire site, when building is allowed to start.


  3. NZ Fire Service Adopts a Neighbourly ApproachRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    The New Zealand Fire Service has completed a three month trial using New Zealand's first neighbourhood website, , and is reporting a significant increase in overall awareness of key fire safety messages. Eleven Auckland fire stations have been trialling Neighbourly to communicate their fire safety messages including smoke alarm installation material, fire prevention campaign information and details of faulty product recalls, as well as updating neighbours on local events involving the New Zealand Fire Service.


  4. The Powerful Protest Art Behind Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Revolution'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Mashable

    The umbrella was initially used by activists in Hong Kong to shield themselves from police pepper spray. But it has quickly emerged as an unlikely symbol of resistance in ongoing pro-democracy protests there.


  5. Hong Kong protests spark new memes: umbrella revolution, yellow ribbonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Canberra Times

    The viral nature of the internet and globalised news ensure that new demonstrations often produce a set of iconic images that turn to memes. In no time, those images act as a shorthand for the movement itself.


  6. Littlehampton man's stunning fundraising celebratedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Littlehampton Gazette

    FOR almost 40 years he has been collecting for charity, and now Tyndall Jones has collected the latest honour awarded for his fundraising feats. His tally stands at a staggering A 88,000, most of it achieved since 1999, at his 'home' event, Littlehampton Bonfire Night, and a host of other bonfires and parades across Sussex and London.


  7. Alice is just mad about YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | York Press

    Treasurer's House has no deer park to walk around. Instead, as its contribution to this year's National Trust 'Great British Walk' season, it is offering ghoulish guided tours of York's sickelways in the company of Mad Alice.


  8. #AutumnStafford: The top five things we love about autumnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    A fresh round of horror films hit cinemas; Ouijja, October 24, Dracula Untold, October 3, Annabelle, October 10. See what's on at The Stafford Cinema HERE. 2) Comfort food: Hallowe'en treats, chilli for bonfire night, overuse of pumpkins, mushroom and chestnut risotto, root vegetable soups, apple crumble, damsons and more! Let us know some of your favourites by commenting on this story on our Facebook page.


  9. This web of intrigue has everything it needs to go viral: PATRICK...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Daily Mail

    'She begged me for a baby so she wouldn't be an old mom and paid $30,000 to our surrogate.'


  10. Will Front Street's bike lane make Harrisburg more bike friendly?: Q&A with TLA recapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 |

    Brian Ostella: Considering this is only a two mile stretch of the park, I doubt this will be the case. And besides, its not like it will be that far away from the Greenbelt.


  11. Theater Review: Equivocation : The Conscious ShakespeareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Messenger

    ... Men.' It's supposed to provide the government's official version of The Gunpowder Plot, a date that became Guy Fawkes Day (an unsuccessful scheme by Catholic rebels that Fawkes led to blow up Britain's Parliament). Of what moral concern does an ...


  12. BritWeek comes to Orlando: A Harry Potter connection?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | The Orlando Sentinel

    BritWeek, a Los Angeles-based event that highlights Britain's ties with the U.S., will be held in Orlando in November for the first time. BritWeek organizers said local British influence will be highlighted, such as the large number of British tourists that come to Central Florida, British-founded Tavistock Group and, possibly, Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter.


  13. Hazards highlighted at Staffordshire Fire Service well-being...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Burton Mail

    Venues include the Bagot Arms in Abbots Bromley , Morrisons, Chase Terrace and St Mary's Church, Lichfield . Information on nutrition, smoking and exercise will also be available as well as safety advice specific to the winter months.


  14. Fireworks and Bonfire Night displays in BerkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Get Reading

    As Guy Fawkes' Night draws closer we round up fireworks and bonfire nights taking place across Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell. If you are organising a fireworks night and you would like to be included in this round-up email the location, date, time, entry fee and ticket outlets to DUNSDEN: Bonfire & Hallowe'en Evening at Dundsen Village Hall, RG4 9QG.


  15. News from WhittlesfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Cambridge Evening News

    The ancient Whittlesford Parish Church and the Church Room in its adjoining new extension are the venue for the village's Harvest celebrations this year and the launch of Harvest Week. everyone is invited to the United Harvest Festival with Communion at 10.30am and to Harvest Lunch in the Church Room at 12.30pm.


  16. Staffordshire firefighters launch community wellbeing dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    SCORES of safety events, talks and demonstrations are to be held across Staffordshire next week as part of the fire and rescue service's first Community Wellbeing Day. Employees from every department in Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service will be supporting the special safety campaign on October 1, which is being organised to coincide with national Older People's Day.


  17. Class of the Week: Wortham Primary SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Diss Today

    Wortham, Suffolk. Class of the Week - Wortham Primary School - Reception children of Bumblebee Class with Mrs Jane Durant and Mrs Amanda Brydon ANL-141009-140452001 The 15 new reception children, who join the Year 1 pupils at the school to form the Bumblebee Class, are this week's Class of the Week.


  18. Darker Nights campaign targets rogue firework dealersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Shields Gazette

    PUTTING IT OUT ... the annual Darker Nights campaign is targeting dealers who sell bootleg fireworks, or sell to people who are underage. A CRACKDOWN on the illegal sales of fireworks is to be stepped up as South Tyneside heads towards bonfire season.


  19. Climate justice now! Occupy the climateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Washington Examiner

    It's hard to make a really big protest march about just one thing. Back in the days of giant rallies against the Iraq war, all sorts of groups wanted in on the action.


  20. Kaboom firework display planned at Castle HowardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | York Press

    The 'Kaboom' explosive night is being planned on Saturday November 1 by Rockin' Horse Promotions, which ran displays at Rawcliffe Country Park in York for the past two years. As reported recently, the business is currently in dispute with City of York Council over a clear-up bill from the 2012 event.