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Remembrance in Crewe

Speaking about remembrance Councillor Michael Jones said: “An absolutely great turnout, the weather stayed dry, and a very emotional ceremony to commemorate a hundred years but also the new poppy, fantastic. “I mean it’s great that we have such a thing to commemorate a hundred years such an iconic memorial. Not in any way to … Continue reading

The Costs of Evo-Stik Football

Every year the BBC publishes a Price of Football index that compares how much it costs a fan to attend the different Football League and Premier League grounds, along with the cost of a pie, programme, and cup of tea. We decided to have a look what the average admission prices were for the 24 … Continue reading

[Pictures] Senior Forum Fayre

Crewe and Nantwich Senior Forum held their first of two annual Health & Wellbeing fayres at the Oakley Centre, Crewe. The second fayre is due to be held on Monday, October 6, and again is expected to attract around 70 exhibitors and hundreds of visitors. Whilst numbers were down from the 600 plus who attended … Continue reading

Britpop rockers heading to Words & Music Fest

The Words & Music festival, Nantwich, is just over a month away and alongside a UK-wide Britpop revival the festival will be hoping to see the classic rock-driven music genre come back to life. The Words & Music festival takes place in Nantwich, Cheshire, between October 6 and October 12 and champions all things music … Continue reading

Liverpool: Giant Spectacular

To commemorate the 14-18 movement and the 100 year anniversary of the first world war Liverpool hosted a piece of quintessential British street art on a whole new scale as three giant marionettes took to the streets of the city. More than one million people have been confirmed to have attended the parade of the … Continue reading

Viral News: £150K bid looms over dress.

Unusual lots have been a hit on internet auction site e-bay and now this Loom Band dress is looking to sell fore more than £150,000 in Prestatyn, Wales. For anyone wanting a bit of local perspective, if the bid is real that could get you a three bedroom house in the Denbighshire town.  If you fancy looking … Continue reading

Best-selling Hollywood author to perform at Llangollen Fringe

The best-selling author of books such as The Men Who Stare at Goats and The Psychopath Test is to appear at this year’s Llangollen Fringe Festival in July. Jon Ronson, the man who wrote the novel that paved the way for the 2009 Hollywood blockbuster, will be presenting his new one-man show Frank. The show has already been made into another … Continue reading

Calm Down the Amazon is going nowhere – yet

Many of you will have seen the recent uproar over the Paddy Power advertising campaign. The Irish firm circulated a picture of the Amazon rainforest with a difference. The forest looked as though part of it had been cut down to show support of England’s upcoming World Cup Campaign. The Viral marketing campaign caused outrage … Continue reading

Is there a better way to travel?

We all love little Easter Eggs on Google, whether you want to ask it to do a barrel roll or you have decided to head on over to Youtube to type in “Do the Harlem Shake” it’s the little things on the internet that seem to keep us mildly amused whilst we procrastinate from our … Continue reading

Could anything worse happen in your exam?

Imagine that you’ve spent weeks preparing, procrastinating, and dreading what could go wrong in your exams, the day has finally come around and you’re hoping to get it over and done with as soon as possible so you can head straight down to the pub. Well for some students at Bangor University, that didn’t quite … Continue reading