- The Maynard teams up with Meningitis Trust
AA rosette restaurant The Maynard in Grindleford teamed up with the Meningitis Trust on Thursday 28 June to hold a fundraising coffee morning.
(Filed: Wed Jul 04 2007)
- Monster ride for bikes in Africa
After a gruelling 22 mile cycle ride through the Lea Valley, tired but happy playground equipment manufacturer Paul Quinn was able to recuperate knowing his efforts had raised more than £700 for the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD).
(Filed: Fri Jun 29 2007)
- LIVING WITH TINNITUS FOR 25 YEARS IS TOUGH, SAYS MUM OF TWO
Kate Cook of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, has had noises in her ears for about a quarter of a century. Five years ago, it became a constant distraction that she had to live with 24 hours a day. As she struggles to cope with tinnitus, the 41-year-old is struck by the lack of awareness, support and treatment for sufferers and believes there is a shortage of funding for research.
(Filed: Thu Jun 28 2007)
- UK THAI BUDDHIST TEMPLE OFFICIAL OPENING
The official opening of the Buddha Vihara Temple at Alrewas Road, Kings Bromley, Burton on Trent Staffs DE13 7HR will take place on Saturday 30th June at 2pm.
(Filed: Sat Jun 23 2007)
- ESPORTA PLATINUM CARD LADIES REWARDED WITH LUNCH @ THE MAYNARD
AA rosette restaurant The Maynard in Grindleford is teaming up with leading leisure brand Esporta Health Clubs in Sheffield, offering Esporta ladies Platinum Card Members a day out in the Peak District - including a free course when they order lunch at The Maynard.
(Filed: Wed Jun 20 2007)
- The Maynard Teams Up With Meningitis Trust
AA rosette restaurant The Maynard in Grindleford is teaming up with the Meningitis Trust to help the charity raise much needed funds. The Maynard will hold a coffee morning on Thursday 28 June from 10.00am – 12.00pm.
(Filed: Thu Jun 14 2007)
- ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY UNPREPARED FOR NEW LEGISLATION ON EAR PROTECTION
New research shows that majority of bar and club staff in the UK will remain without hearing protection, despite new laws that will come into effect next year. A recent poll of 200 businesses revealed that 68% didn’t even know they had to comply with the new laws.
(Filed: Tue Jun 12 2007)
- Dieting Research Wins Funding Award
The founder of a leading problem eating and weight control charity has been awarded a university funding package to conduct a detailed academic study into the West's dieting obsessions.
(Filed: Wed Jun 06 2007)
- New MA to meet demand for Life Coaches
With a boom in demand for coaching, it is important that coaches are fully trained and qualified. In line with demand for regulation,a post-graduate level course leading to MA, is now available in London through weekend study over two and a half years.
(Filed: Tue May 22 2007)
- H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to visit London
H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is making a rare London appearance to conduct a program entitled Health and Happiness – providing practical tools and techniques on how to achieve better health and wellbeing in the modern world and to spread his message of celebrating diversity and service.
(Filed: Mon Apr 30 2007)