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Council announced events to support cleaning campaign – Clacton and Frinton Gazette
Clacton and Frinton Gazette The Council is backing the national campaign to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their local communities between March 3 and March 5. The Great British Spring Clean is the UK’s largest ever community clear up and Thurrock Council is 

First Minister launches week of events to promote Wales to London and the world – WalesOnline
WalesOnline Wales’ appeal as a destination for investment will be highlighted during a fortnight of events starting in London today. Fifty-two events are planned for Wales Week in London, which is intended both to showcase Wales as an opportunity for business and 

DIARY-Top Economic Events to March 29 | Reuters – Reuters UK
Reuters UK Feb 27 (Reuters) -For other diaries, please see:U.S. Federal ReservePolling unit diaryToday in WashingtonPolitical an.

Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events – Nouse
Nouse Netflix’s recent version of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events manages to do what the 2004 Jim Carrey starring film missed: create an engrossing, comprehensive adaptation of Daniel Hander’s series of novels. Rather than shoehorn and 

Libraries prepare for World Book Day events – North Somerset Times
North Somerset Times Libraries prepare for World Book Day events. 16:00 26 February 2017. North Somerset Council. Supplied. Libraries across North Somerset will be taking part in World Book Day celebrations on March 2. Share. Comment. Email this article to a friend. To

Donald Trump is not the first US president to boycott press events – The Guardian
The Guardian So Donald Trump’s decision to boycott this year’s event looks like a serious sense of humour failure, indicative of his rapidly deteriorating relationship with the media. But Trump is by no means the first American leader to fall out with the press and

Two weeks of events to showcase Wales kicks off tomorrow in London – WalesOnline
WalesOnline A fortnight of events and activities to celebrate Welsh business and life begins in London tomorrow. Fifty-two events are planned for Wales Week in London, which is intended both to showcase Wales and leverage Welsh communities in the capital.