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270721bus Featured 27 Jul 2021 Image


Thumbs up for Birmingham's first hydrogen bus from Cllr Waseem Zaffar.
The first hydrogen bus in Birmingham went on display in Centenary Square. Cllr Waseem Zaffar, the cabinet member for transport and the environment sat in the drivers cab and hailed their green promise. The initial cost will be ?500,000 per but as more are made the price should fall. This series of pictures includes safety features including CCTV hubs and screens instead of mirror; signage on the outside, lights and tyres, safety notes, view inside the rear and pictures along the aisles upstairs and down. Featured local landmarks include the Library of Birmingham, Baskerville House, Hall of Memory, Hyatt Hotel and Symphony Hall.
City council release notes as follows:
Birmingham City Council has unveiled the first of its 20 new hydrogen buses, which are set to be in operation later this year.
The new buses have been purchased as part of the Council? Clean Air Hydrogen Bus Pilot, which looks to ?ick-start?the hydrogen market as a viable zero-emission fuel.
Hailed as another solution to tackling the city? poor air quality and a key step towards achieving the council? net zero carbon target.The buses, which are made by Wrightbus and are the world's first zero-emission hydrogen fuel-cell double deckers. They will be operated in Birmingham by National Express ?the first in England (outside of London).
It? intended that Birmingham? Clean Air Hydrogen Bus Pilot will be the catalyst for the next generation of hydrogen buses, hydrogen production and re-fuelling infrastructure development.
It has been funded through OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles), GBSLEP (Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership), Birmingham City Council and JIVE project funding from the FCH JU (European Funding from the Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking) under grant agreement No 735582. The FCH JU receives support from the European Union? Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research.
The council has also collaborated with ITM, which will be producing and dispensing the hydrogen fuel from the new re-fuelling hub at Tyseley Energy Park.
Pictured on July 27, 2021 by Graham Young, Birmngham Mail

Kyle is pictured with the WCTS European belt. Champion Thai boxer, Kyle Donnelly Featured 27 Jul 2021 Image

Kyle is pictured with the WCTS European belt. Champion Thai boxer, Kyle Donnelly

Kyle is pictured with the WCTS European belt.
Champion Thai boxer, Kyle Donnelly, made a return to competitive fighting on Saturday as he travelled to England to defend his WCTS European Title.
The 14-year-old Loudoun Academy pupil made the trip to Barnsley to headline the 10th anniversary Super Show event against Louis Fairhurst from Peel Muay Thai.
The title bout marked the first time Kyle had stepped into the ring since fighting in the Grand Hall on his home show in March 2019.
According to the youngster, despite losing on points on the night he was grateful for the chance to get back to doing what he loves. ?t felt really good being back in the ring and fighting again. The crowds were great, it felt like I? never been away. I thought it might feel weird being back in the ring but it just felt normal.?he told the Standard. ?y stamina might have dropped a bit over lockdown so I was a bit more tired but I? pleased with my performance.
?his was the fourth time I?e fought Louis, he was a strong opponent, I felt good and hopefully I?l get the chance to win the belt back again.?Last week saw the Muay Thai Federation (MTF) officially recognised by the International Olympic Committee, paving the way for Thai Boxing to feature at future games.
After being picked for team GB and being unable to compete due to the pandemic, Kyle hopes he?l get the opportunity to represent his country once again, and is optimistic about where it could take him. ?f I get into team GB again hopefully I will get to fight in Lithuania and Thailand, it could be a bit of a head start to get into the Olympic team too which would be amazing.?Kyle was the first fighter to compete out of the town? new KAMA martial arts academy and will be back in action at the Yakko Open in six weeks time

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270721LochEarnBrewery Featured 27 Jul 2021 Image


PHOTO - Loch Earn Brewery, Hotel & Visitor Centre, and formerly the Drummond Arms Hotel, St Fillans, Perthshire
Pictures by staff photographer Richard Wilkins

And Formerly The Drummond Arms Hotel, Hotel And, Hotel And Visitor Centre, Loch Earn Brewery, Mist20210727, Perthshire, St Fillans, Visitor Centre