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Images Dated 2nd February 2022

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040222rivergate Featured 2 Feb 2022 Image


Last year, Rivergate Shopping Centre selected Crosshouse Children? Fund ?Part of Glasgow Children? Hospital Charity as its chosen charity of the year.
During December, we held our annual Santa? Grotto within the centre. This is a free event, however, we asked visitors to our Grotto to make a donation to our chosen charity.
Gillian Johnstone, Marketing Co-ordinator at the Rivergate, said: ?nfortunately due to the pandemic we were unable to hold many of our usual events during 2021. However, the easing of restrictions meant that we were able to run our Santa? Grotto. Our Grotto was free to visit. However, we asked for donations to Crosshouse Children? Fund, which is part of Glasgow Children? Hospital Charity, We are delighted to be able to hand over this donation of ?855.02 to Crosshouse Children? Fund. This is a fantastic cause and I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who donated.?
Picture by contracted freelance Steve McKendrick

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020222Hair Featured 2 Feb 2022 Image


A general view of the Fothergill Watson building in George Street, Nottingham city centre.
The Hockley Hair Room hairdressers is set to move next door into the Fothergill Watson building in George Street, Nottingham city centre. The business will rebrand as The Hockley Studio.
Photo: Wednesday 2nd February 2022.
Copyright: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

02/02/2022WalleysProtests Featured 2 Feb 2022 Image


The Stop the Stink protesters are back at Walleys Quarry after yesterday when Newcastle MP Aaron Bell used parliamentary privilege to reveal details of the alleged illegal waste activity at the Silverdale landfill as he led the Westminster Hall debate on criminality in the waste industry

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