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Images Dated 10th September 2021

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Wishaw flowers competition Featured 10 Sep 2021 Image

Wishaw flowers competition

NCT Centre, Newmains.
This weeks winner of the Wishaw flowers competition is Margaret Connelly, she is in her 70s and is a volunteer at Newmains Community Centre.
Pictured with friends Betty Reynolds Kayley Fisher, Maureen Fitzpatrick and Eileen Duffy
She has been nominated by one of the community centre staff members, Kayley Fisher
Picture by staff photographer Stuart Vance

100921MunchBunch Featured 10 Sep 2021 Image


Owner Diane Gillespie pictured outside Scentiments in St Ann's Well Road, ahead of the opening of Munch n Bunch.
Diane Gillespie, owner of Scentiments Florist is set to open a breakfast cafe on the ground floor of her florist shop in St Ann's Well Road, St Ann's, Nottingham. The new breakfast cafe will be called Munch n Bunch.
Photo: Friday 10th September 2021.
Copyright: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

100921her Featured 10 Sep 2021 Image


City Heritage champion cllr James Smith (L) and organiser Andy Perkin (C) at the start of the event.
members of The Heritage Network to launch the Heritage Open Days festival in Stoke-on-Trent. Find out what? in store as participating hosts let you know about events coming up over the next 10 days. Local organisations will have a few minutes to tell you what? on offer and will bring along their displays and curios.
From 2 pm on Friday 10th September, organisers of Heritage Open Days (HODs) events across the city will take to the bandstand at Hanley Park to tell guests about their events ?opening doors to places that are not usually open to the public, waiving entrance fees, or offering special events that bring our unique heritage to life.
In the tradition of the Speakers?Corner, those taking part will have just a few minutes each to talk about what they are offering as part of the festival, after which the bell will ring to remove them from the stage. So, woe betide anyone who over-runs!
The city? Heritage Champion, Cllr James Smith, will open the event and over a dozen organisations will be taking part, representing many of the 36 separate events and open days scheduled between Friday 10th and Sunday 19th September