The word "hangry" officially entered the Oxford English Dictionary last year and if you are one of those people who turn bad-tempered or irritable when hunger strikes, then this list is for you. SurreyLive has found 26 perfectly positioned places to eat in and around Surrey that will sort out your cravings wherever you may be. From an ice cream van outside Asda, to a burger van in a B&Q car park, we have even found a pub on a train station platform. Our guide features everything from restaurants with spectacular views, to fast food chains conveniently located for when you roll out of a club on a Friday night. We have also added family friendly pubs located just outside the gates to Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures, perfect for grabbing dinner after a busy day at the theme park when you can't be bothered to cook. If we have missed your trusty kebab shop or favourite chippy off our list, feel free to email your suggestions to [email protected] 1. Platform … [Read more...] about 26 convenient places to eat including a pub on a train platform
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Where are they now? The ODT takes a look to see what the 2009 recipients of the Otago Daily Times Class Act award have been doing since leaving high school. Bayfield High School JEFF NOTMAN 2009: Was head boy, had won various duathlons and mountain bike races and was in the Otago road cycling team. He planned to study carpentry. 2019: Is the owner and manager of JN Carpentry Ltd, a Dunedin firm that works mainly on residential renovations, new home builds and small commercial projects. Notman, who has a national certificate in carpentry, is no longer involved in competitive cycling but rides as a hobby. ROXANNE WHITE 2009: Was head girl, co-captain of the senior A netball team and part of a major push to make her school more environmentally sustainable. She hoped to study physiotherapy and commerce. 2019: A chartered accountant, White works in the forecasting and analysis team of an asset management company in London. She played social netball for four years after … [Read more...] about Class Act: Where are they now?
A-level results day has arrived, but you might be unsure about what to do next. Deciding your next move after studying A-levels can be a difficult and daunting decision, but there are a number of reasons why The City of Liverpool College (COLC) could be the right choice for you. The COLC is in the top 10% of colleges in the UK, with specialist facilities and award-winning tutors. Here are just some of the reasons why you should consider applying to study there. Above average pass rate In 2018, The City of Liverpool College achieved a pass rate of 99.6%, beating the national average of 97.6% for A-level results. In 17 out of its 18 subjects, students accomplished a 100% pass rate in STEM subjects including maths, further maths, biology, chemistry and physics. In addition to this, the college also obtained an impressive 100% pass rate in modern languages. Unsurprisingly, many of The COLC graduates choose to stay to continue studying at honours degree level. With a range of qualifications … [Read more...] about Reasons to consider The City of Liverpool College after A-levels
Riders are wanted for a charity bike run due to take place in aid of disadvantaged young people, starting and finishing at RAF College Cranwell. The ‘sportive’ will take place on Sunday, September 22, in support of the Jon Egging Trust.The organisation was founded by Dr Emma Egging in 2012 after her husband, Jon, lost his life in a crash while performing as part of The Red Arrows aerobatic team.It aims to help young people that may not benefit from the opportunities that most people their age are given. The event in September – the Jon Egging Trust Ride (or JETRide) – will offer two routes, one 50 miles long, the other 80.They start and finish beside the RAF College Hall, and at the end of the ride participants will have the chance to cycle around the smooth red asphalt circle that forms the parade ground from which toyalty and British heroes such as Douglas Bader have graduated at the end of their officer training.A spokesman for the fundraiser said: “For … [Read more...] about Call made for riders for charity bike run
Norfolk 1 July 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-48826841 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A man has been jailed for four years and a woman for two years after they admitted running fake distance learning courses which … [Read more...] about Fake distance learning courses pair jailed