Putting our best foot forward to beat cancer BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Energetic cyclists and runners are signing up in their droves for the popular annual Fun Run of the Glens (FROG) charity event through the scenic Glens of Antrim on Saturday. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/health/putting-our-best-foot-forward-to-beat-cancer-38214137.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article38214136.ece/beb8d/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-06-13_lif_51080505_I1.JPG Email Energetic cyclists and runners are signing up in their droves for the popular annual Fun Run of the Glens (FROG) charity event through the scenic Glens of Antrim on Saturday. Now in its 14th year, this successful fundraiser has gone from strength to strength and organisers hope to attract a record number of participants to raise as much as possible for Cancer Focus Northern Ireland. Last year 620 cyclists and 160 runners took part, raising £45,000 for the local charity, which is celebrating its 50th year. … [Read more...] about Putting our best foot forward to beat cancer
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THE heartbroken family of girl scout Jodie Chesney have revealed their agony over her 'random and unprovoked' murder. The 17-year-old was stabbed in the back by masked thugs as she listened to music with pals on a park bench in Romford on Friday night. Police said Jodie’s attacker is described as black and in his late teens. No arrests have been made. Jodie's uncle Dave Chesney, a vicar at an East London church, said the family are 'devastated' over their loss. He told ITV News: “This was a totally random and unprovoked attack on a beautiful, lovely and quirky young girl with her whole life in front of her.” The Metropolitan Police said the group had been aware of two men in the park who left around 9pm without interacting with them. This was a totally random and unprovoked attack on a beautiful, lovely and quirky young girl with her whole life in front of herJodie's uncle The force added in a statement: "Around 30 minutes later the pair returned to the park and … [Read more...] about Heartbroken family of ‘beautiful’ girl scout, 17, stabbed in back by ‘silent’ killer as she listened to music with pals in park reveal agony over ‘random’ murder
In our quest for the best brekkie in the county, this week we're in Wisbech. Last week we reviewed Bohemia in St Neots, and the week before that we tried out the Argo Lounge in Peterborough. And it was Cafe D-Licious fighting Wisbech's corner this week. Located at 14 Old Market, the café sits right next to the bridge over the River Nene. I was in high hopes for the cafe as it has got rave reviews online, with a 4.9 on Facebook, 4.5 stars on Google and a huge 5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor. But in the flesh did D-Licious hold up? Whats it like inside? Walking into the café you're greeted with a hubub of sounds mostly emanating from the kitchen which is in the same room as the diners. There's also black and white flagstone floor and metal seating so there's more noise from other guests moving about. All of this is partially drowned by out-of-date chart music courtesy of MagicFM which adds to the busy atmosphere of the café, so if you're looking for somewhere quiet for a relaxed … [Read more...] about Cafe D-licious review: Which town has the best breakfast in Cambridgeshire?
Let’s face it - there’s no keeping kids away from screens these days. In fact, many of the jobs that they will end up doing don’t actually exist yet, such is the speed at which technology is developing. If you have ever been occupied for a few seconds and come back to find that your child has dropped your phone down the loo or disfigured your iPad, it might be time to consider investing in their own child-friendly tablet. From indestructible bumper cases to un-smashable screens, these devices can survive just about anything. Here’s what to look out for if you’re in the market. Features First off, if you want your child to be able to take photos, you need to check out the quality of the camera. Even though most of the tablets have one, few are actually of any real quality. There’s also the matter of the apps available - are you looking for them to use it for homework? For coding? For reading? Several of the operating systems on offer, such as … [Read more...] about Tech talk: The 6 BEST tablets for kids 2019
March looks set to be another stellar month for clubbing in the capital, with London’s best venues coming through with an eclectic selection of after-dark delights. There’s a festival showcase, the launch of a highly anticipated residency and the return of an iconic grime rave — and that’s just for starters. In fact, it's such a good month that some of the biggest nights are already sold out or close to being; tickets on the door are still available for everything, though. This is the GO Clubbing guide to March. March 1-3 Midland, Phonox Midland is holding down Phonox’s Friday night residency throughout March, kicking off with this all-nighter. Check back later in the month for appearances from Ruf Dug, Elias Mazian and Sofay. Friday March 1, 418 Brixton Road Brixton, SW9 7AY, phonox.co.uk Butterz with Flava D, DJ Q, Royal-T and more, XOYO A long-time champion of UK bass, the Butterz record label has put together this hard-hitting lineup for a … [Read more...] about These are the best London club events this March