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January 27, 2018 6:01 AM Town's top photographers showcase their work at Creative Lens exhibit

EYE-CATCHING prints by Bolton's keen photographers is the focus of a new exhibition. The exhibition has been staged by professional photographer Suzanne Cope who invited students from her photography courses at Create Bolton to exhibit their snaps. She said: "It’s such a privilege to share my knowledge and see others express their creativity through 16

December 28, 2017 12:06 PM Miles’ picture perfect project

A YOUNG photographer has made numerous visits to York's St Nicholas Fair to capture the perfect picture of independent traders at their stalls. Miles Halley, 17, a photography student in year 13 at All Saints RC School, has taken the festive portraits for an A-level project investigating street photography. He has given each of the traders a hard copy of their 23

December 20, 2017 4:00 PM Castledon School for pupils with learning issues to expand

A school and college providing learning opportunities for children with learning difficulties is hoping to expand in order to provide a host of new vocational training opportunities. Castledon College, on Bromfords Drive, Wickford, has applied to Basildon Council to build 16 new outbuildings on the school field. If approved, the college is hoping to use the outbuildings 28

December 19, 2017 6:03 AM Market Place hosts University of Bolton photography exhibition

PHOTOGRAPHS taken by Bolton students have gone on display in the town centre. The exhibition entitled Full Exposure, features the work of students and will be on the display at Market Place, until January 5, from 11am to 4pm. The majority of students exhibiting are third-year undergraduates studying a BA (Hons) photography course, together with MA students 27

December 7, 2017 5:01 PM Davidse overcomes illness to lead Joburg Open

JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Keenan Davidse showed he was over the illness that confined him to a hospital bed for four days by shooting an 8-under 63 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Joburg Open. The 28-year-old South African missed the cut in Mauritius last week as a flu virus ran through his family, and he checked himself into the hospital 17

December 6, 2017 12:52 AM How to beat the bloat at your Christmas party: The EASY food swaps to make at the buffet (and it can save you nearly 1,000 calories)

Christmas is a time to unfasten your waistband and let your belly out - but before the big day, there's the festive party dress to fit into. And shiny new outfits can start to feel tight all of a sudden if you over-indulge at the Christmas party buffet. Though some may want to enjoy as much festive fare as possible, others may want to try and beat the bloat 20

December 3, 2017 5:31 PM Left your sleigh at home, Santa? Charity runners take to the Tube dressed as Father Christmas hit the streets of UK for annual fundraising event

Thousands of Santas surprised Londoners today when they appeared on the Tube while making their way to a charity run as joggers across the country took part in Father Christmas runs. The London Santa Dash - based at Clapham Common in the capital's south - is held every year to raise cash for the Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. Two thousand 24

November 21, 2017 4:48 AM Roadshow is a lesson for aspiring teachers

PEOPLE are encouraged to discover the rewards and opportunities a career in teaching offers at the Train To Teach roadshow at the University of Brighton tomorrow. The roadshow is part of the annual Get Into Teaching campaign, aimed at encouraging more graduates with the passion and potential to teach. The event allows aspiring teachers to have all their 17

November 12, 2017 8:58 AM Record numbers using soccer training ground

THE Albion’s training ground saw record levels of use by the local community last month. The American Express Elite Football Performance Centre in Lancing is home to a 3G pitch that is solely designated for use by the local community. The Community Pitch, as it is called, is operated by Albion in the Community, the club’s official charity, and is available 37

October 29, 2017 1:56 AM Ground down by the price of your £2.50 high street cappuccino? Well... look at the Costa all these crazy coffees!

Long gone are the days when going out for a coffee meant ordering a mug of scalding instant. Even the humble £2.50 cappuccino has fallen out of favour, as coffee connoisseurs demand more than a standard caffeine fix to help them through the day. Last week, Costa Coffee – the UK’s largest coffee shop chain – announced that its pre-tax profits had slipped 14