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Images Dated 8th July 2021

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080721Pryzm Featured 8 Jul 2021 Image


A general view of Pryzm nightclub in Nottingham City Centre.
Preparations continue at Pryzm nightclub in Nottingham, ahead of full reopening. The nightclub has not been able to operate at capacity due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Photo: Wednesday 7th July 2021.
(Photo: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

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080721flowers Featured 8 Jul 2021 Image


Catherine Anne Strang, of 20 Forrest Street, Shotts, ML7 4DX. She has been nominated by her daughter, Lauren Strang, who has just given birth to her first baby girl.
In pic- Anne Strang holding two week old grandaughter Aaliyah Barr with daughter Lauren holding flowers. At front l-r are grandchildren
Kian Collins (4), Ethan Strang (1), and Grace Collins (1)
Photo by staff photographer Douglas McKendrick

08/07/2021CouncilFlag Featured 8 Jul 2021 Image


The flag of St. George is now flying proudly above a stunning focal point in the centre of
Newcastle to celebrate England reaching the final of a major football tournament for the first
time in 55 years.
England has made the final of the UEFA European Football Championship after beating
semi-final rivals Denmark 2-1?n a nail-biting, extra time clash at Wembley last night.
Council Leader Simon Tagg has raised England? national flag outside Castle House, in the
award winning Queen? Gardens, in honour of Gareth Southgate? team who now face Italy
on Sunday.
The English national flag ?which the Council uses every year to celebrate St. George?
Day and to mark other national events ?replaces the Union Jack and remains in place until
Council Leader Simon Tagg said: ?hree years after England reached the semi-finals in the
World Cup, here we are going one better by reaching the final of a major football
tournament for the first time since 1966. I am pleased to hoist the St. George? flag so it
flies proudly outside the Council? main offices in the Queen? Gardens as Gareth
Southgate and the England players go for glory against Italy.
?n Newcastle-under-Lyme we?e proud of our town and proud of our country so it? fantastic
that we?e flying the English flag to get behind our national football team at this hugely
exciting time. It? nice to have something like this to look forward to, especially after the
tough time we?e all gone through. Football is coming home! I hope everyone enjoys
themselves safely and responsibly in the build up to the final on Sunday.?England has progressed through the Euros ?which has involved 24 sides ?conceding only
one goal, enjoying earlier wins against Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany and the

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