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Our magical touring circus is coming to Northampton.. circus acts, stage theatrics, giant inflatables, immersive themed décor + headline artists performing! The world's most magical club night.. 25 Cities : 30,000 People : 1 Magical Adventure. Our magical touring circus is coming to Northampton.. Join us on..
Make a film from start to finish in 5 days Whether you're interested in being in front of or behind the camera our residential Film School will give you an insight into the exciting world of film and TV. Learn how to act to camera, write, produce, direct and shoot a film using professional, broadcast quality, filmmaking equipment. For students aged 12 to 15 & 16 to 18 years. Cost £650 (includes all activities, boarding and meals) Go to our website for more information; www.ukfilmschool.org.uk We are a Duke of Edinburgh Award Approved Activity Provider. Our courses fulfil the criteria for a residential for..
Valentine’s Day 14 February 2018 While chocolate and red roses make a popular Valentine’s Day gift, many would agree that a romantic meal is undoubtedly the best way to earn a loved one’s affections and be sure to impress without the hassle and stress of preparing a meal. At Westone Manor Hotel with our deal, you will find you can wine, dine, romance and impress your valentine for less. Discover the ingredients for romance at Westone Manor and treat someone special to a romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner,..
Customers at the Travis Perkins branch in Daventry got down to some serious fundraising activity this week. For one day, the branch’s regular clientele of tradespeople tried their hand at The Travis Perkins Planking challenge - by holding the..
National housebuilder Persimmon Homes is providing much-needed funding support to two Midlands community groups. Friends of Little Harrowden Primary School, Northamptonshire, and Bedford and District Cerebral Palsy Society (BDCPS) will each receive £1,000 from Persimmon’s Community Champions scheme to enable them to help local people. The national match-funding initiative seeks to support local groups and charities working to improve the quality of life or environment..
Local beneficiaries of a charity campaign which has seen more than £1.5m given to good causes have gathered in Birmingham to celebrate their success. More than 1,800 charities and groups have benefited from Persimmon Homes’ hugely successful Community Champions campaign, including more than 60 from the company’s Central branch, covering Birmingham, Coventry and Leamington Spa. Some of the winners met for a coffee morning at Avery Fields, a development providing a cross-section of homes and two-bedroom apartments..