Aladdin by local theatre group “Noise Productions” is being performed for charity. William Allit School Swadlincote and Rosliston Village Hall are the venues. Here, Caz Brown from Noise, tells us how we can see it.
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The Princes Trust team have been helping the Burton-on-Trent Kinfisher Project to create a new allotment for local Trent and Dove residents.
Lara de-Leuw went down to Tamworth to see if English wines could be an alternative with Christmas Lunch…
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Sharpes Pottery Museum was the Magic Attic’s venue for their Somme Remembrance Exhibition.
(Originally posted September 2016)
How about giving your child a better send off into the world, watch and see what the Barsby sisters can do for you.
Burton homeless charity, Hope, benefits from Tesco’s charity policy of giving customer donated food to chosen charities each month.
Winter is still with us, but Mark Smith (Garden Guru) is looking forwards to spring.
It’s cold outside…..but there is still plenty to do in the garden before spring arrives.
Christmas Tree tips to keep your tree alive and fresh during the Christmas period, from Garden Guru Mark Smith of Markeaton Garden Centre Derby.
What are “Buddy Bags”, Btv’s Tom Wood finds out and why the Prince’s Trust is involved.
The October Women In Business Seminar is yet another success …no change there then
Mark Smith shows Liz Chmel how to divide plants ready for next year