PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 August 2019 Sam Frost Bank Holiday sunshine brought out the crowds. Archant Plans to connect Weston to a 1,600-mile coastal trail have been revealed, and members of the public are encouraged to have their say. Caritas CharlesNatural England has published proposals to create a 48-mile route from Aust to Brean Down, taking in the sights and sounds of North Somerset's coastline including Portishead, Clevedon and Weston.If the route is approved, it would connect the coastal paths of England and Wales at the Severn Bridge - creating a continuous path of more than 1,600 miles. The proposals include improvements to North Somerset's seaside trails, plus the creation of a seven-mile path between Clevedon and Weston. People can have their say on the plans in a consultation, which will conclude on September 19.Matt Heard, Natural England's manager for Somerset, said: "We have had discussions with landowners and key organisations along the proposed … [Read more...] about Weston to be connected to 1,600-mile coastal path?
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PUBLISHED: 17:32 16 March 2019 | UPDATED: 17:39 16 March 2019 The Siciliano takeaway on Prince of Wales Road has been given a food hygiene rating of one. Picture: Archant Archant A Norwich takeaway has been warned to take immediate action over food hygiene breaches after being given a rating of one. Siciliano pizza and kebab takeaway, on Prince of Wales Road, was warned formal enforcement action is likely after inspectors found a litany of issues.However, staff at the food outlet told this newspaper that improvements have already been made. In the report, inspectors warned of food contamination with a “lack of hand washing” and no hot water running to some of the taps.Inspectors said: “There was no hot water to the wash hand basin - the water upstairs required someone to switch it on and then it failed after 10 minutes. “The basement WC wash hand basin had no hot water.”Inspectors were unable to trace the origin of the food being cooked and sold … [Read more...] about Takeaway on Prince of Wales Road ordered to take ‘urgent action’ over poor food hygiene
PUBLISHED: 10:53 08 February 2019 | UPDATED: 11:27 08 February 2019 Bethany Wales Staff and residents celebrate Windmill Care Home's recent inspection success. Staff have a Hollywood themed party with awards to recognise the hard work they've all put in to achieve the Outstanding result. L-r Gavin O'Hare-Connolly, chief operating officer, Allison Thurston, care team manager, Julie Aldred, Manager, Carlie Phillips, administrator and Gordon Sanders, Chief Executive at Runwood Homes Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2019 Archant 2019 A Wymondham care home has been awarded the highest possible rating, putting it in the top 2pc of care homes in England. Windmill House on Browick Road received an unannounced inspection from the Care Quality Comission (CQC) on December 17, 2018, at which time it was rated good, and blew inspectors away with its “individualised and person-centred care”.Following the inspection, the CQC announced it had found the … [Read more...] about ‘Outstanding’
0 Have your say Police have urged motorists in Scotland to drive carefully overnight and tomorrow due to the risk of snow and ice, with plenty of rugby fans travelling to Edinburgh for the first game of the Six Nations. Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to attend the game against Italy at Murrayfield for the first sell out match of the tournament.A Met Office yellow ‘be aware’ warning for snow and ice is in force today and tomorrow morning for large parts of the country, including East Lothian and Scottish Borders, Aberdeenshire and the Highlands and Islands. Inspector David Hynd said that up to 2ins of snow could fall in affected areas, with up to 4ins on higher routes. Insp Hynd added: “If you are travelling you should ensure you and your vehicle are adequately prepared for the conditions making sure you have sufficient fuel and supplies such as warm clothing, food and water in the event you are delayed for several hours. … [Read more...] about Six Nations 2019: Police urge driver caution over snow and ice ahead of Scotland V Italy
A neighbourhood police officer who had given 27 years of service to the public tragically died when his motorcycle was involved in a collision while he was on his way home from work. PC Kevin Flint - a neighbourhood officer based at Chesham with Thames Valley Police - was a much loved father of two, Rachael and Nathan.Kevin lived with his partner in Tring, and was a lifelong, passionate, highly experienced motorcyclist. Although Kevin, aged 52, had been a police officer for almost 30 years, he spent his early working life as an engineer.He completed an apprenticeship after leaving The Grange School in Aylesbury and went on to work at local firms, Electro Power Gears, Redifon and then Martin Baker, which specialises in ejection seats. Later, in 1992, Kevin joined Thames Valley Police, beginning his career in Chesham.He spent most of his time at Chesham but was also based in Prestwood, Amersham and Taplow for periods of time.Kevin spent some time training as a firearms officer however, … [Read more...] about Tributes paid to Tring police officer Kevin Flint who died in motorcycle accident