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August 17, 2018 8:12 AM Students celebrate at graduation ceremony

Pamela Hinton, Access to HE Curriculum Quality Lead, said, “Students were extremely happy and proud to receive their diplomas to mark their successful completion of the course. “These diplomas are testament to their fantastic achievements this year. Access to HE courses are widely respected by universities, because they effectively prepare students for studying 47

August 15, 2018 4:00 PM York College twins Adam and Ben Quilter face the music on A-level results day

THOUSANDS of students from across York, North and East Yorkshire will get their A-Level results tomorrow. Among them are musical twins Adam and Ben Quilter who are looking forward to taking up places at two of London’s top conservatoires. Trombonist Adam and his drummer brother Ben, are going on to study at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Trinity 65

August 2, 2018 6:39 AM County Ground 3G facilities plans wins £1m grant from FA

FOOTBALL bosses have handed a Swindon sports charity £1 million towards a new all-weather pitch and clubhouse. Swindon Town Football in the Community Trust won planning permission in March for the new football and athletics facilities, which will be built at the County Ground. The £1m grant from the Premier League and FA Facilities Fund will mean STFIC 52

July 24, 2018 4:00 PM Hundreds join annual cycling ride for charity from London to Southend

The London to Southend Bike Ride saw hundreds of people travel 52 or 65 miles on Sunday in the heat. The group left Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, and cycled to Priory Park, Victoria Avenue, Southend. There were two courses on the day including a second with an optional extension via Shoebury. The event was held in connection with the British Heart Foundation 46

July 21, 2018 7:50 AM Seaford Town Council hands out grants of £17,650

Care for the Carers was awarded £600 to run two joint cinema trips for carers to the Seaford community Cinema which would support up to 16 carers and the person they each care for. Cuckmere Buses received £750 to meet ongoing annual running costs and void deficits. Seaford Community Events Committee gets £1,500 towards the cost of Event Management and Health 56

July 11, 2018 2:42 PM Trump to face FURIOUS PROTESTS at his two golf courses on Scotland visit

DONALD Trump could face a barrage of abuse when he visits Scotland this weekend, with planned protests set to take place outside his two golf courses. Tens of thousands of people in some of the country’s major cities are being called upon to attend the protests, demonstrating against Mr Trump’s controversial political views since he was elected as President 66

July 7, 2018 2:23 PM School of Macron: French President to train supporter army to TRANSFORM France in EU vote

EMMANUEL Macron is set to train an army of sympathisers of his political party in a £6million scheme ahead of the 2019 European Parliament election, which aims to find volunteers and candidates to ‘transform France’. The aspiring political-enthusiasts will learn what Mr Macron stands for through courses and seminars, which will be conducted by members 64

July 5, 2018 6:28 PM Stretched firefighters spend day tackling deliberately started grass fires

Among the fires crews dealt with included a blaze off Cameron Street, Leigh, where a nearby shop was evacuated because of the smoke. Crew Manager Andrew Kopicki said: "We were busy with grass fires throughout the day, people had reported seen groups of kids running away. "At the fire on grass off Cameron Street we had four fire engines and were there 45

July 3, 2018 5:32 AM World leaders will train students at UTC Swindon in cyber security

A NEW course providing specialist training to tackle future cybercrime will be available to pupils at UTC Swindon in September. The Foundation-level Cyber Security Award will give 16 to 18-year-olds the chance to get work experience in the field, soft skills training and technical advice from some of the biggest tech firms in the world. Principal at UTC Swindon 63

July 1, 2018 11:02 AM University of Brighton is launching a “pop-up” podiatry school

THE University of Brighton is launching a “pop-up” podiatry school to give students an insight into the treatment of foot disorders and diseases. The development of online and off-line “pop-up” taster sessions will be aimed at learners from schools, colleges and communities where people are less likely to go into higher education. This is one of a number 51