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rdfs:comment "BOSSES at a Hampshire domestic abuse charity have hit back at government proposals to scale back funding changes for refuges.[nl]
␣␣It claims the cuts could endanger vulnerable women and children.[nl]
␣␣The Southern Domestic Abuse Service has criticised the plans which have been proposed by the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Department of Work and Pensions.[nl]
␣␣The department has said that it wants to remove refuges and other short-term supported housing from the welfare system.[nl]
␣␣But the charity, which offers support and temporary accommodation to women and children escaping domestic abuse across Hampshire, says the changes will mean vulnerable women will not be able to pay for placements using housing benefit and could be left homeless as a result.[nl]
␣␣Consequently, charity chief executive Claire Lambon registered her concern prior to a backbench debate on the future of the funding.[nl]
␣␣In a strongly-worded statement, Ms Lambon points out that refuges are “more than just a bed for the night”.[nl]
␣␣She said: “Refugees specialist services, providing safe and anonymous shelter and support for women and children escaping domestic abuse.[nl]
␣␣“Demand for refuge remains high; on just one day this year, 90 women and 94 children were turned away. Currently, housing benefit provides around half of a refuge’s total income.[nl]
␣␣“The Government’s proposed model would end a woman’s entitlement to housing benefit – or Universal Credit – when in refuge, and devolve this ‘housing funding’ to local authorities. This would end the last sustainable national income that refuges receive, and result in the full devolution of responsibility and resourcing - at a time when we already have a ‘postcode lottery’ of refuge provision.”[nl]
␣␣The charity runs four refuges across Hampshire. It can house 24 women and up to 57 children at any one time.[nl]
␣␣All the accommodation is shared and each family has their own bedroom and shares facilities with the other families.[nl]
␣␣A Department for Communities and Local Government spokesman: “Until 2020, the government is providing £100m of dedicated funding for tackling violence against women and girls.”[nl]
␣␣He said it will publish a “landmark” domestic violence bill."
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15919150.Young_athletes_receive_sports_scholarship_grants
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rdfs:comment "A DOZEN promising young Wiltshire sportspeople have received sports scholarship grants of £500, including one athlete from Tidworth.[nl]
␣␣Javelin thrower Megan Galpin, 14, from Tidworth, was one of 12 young people to receive the grants at a special ceremony at Wiltshire Council's County Hall base, in Trowbridge.[nl]
␣␣The grants, which are awarded by Wiltshire Council in partnership with local businesses as part of the Funding Future Olympians and Paralympians foundation, were presented by Councillor John Thomson, deputy leader of Wiltshire Council; Cllr Jerry Kunkler, portfolio holder for leisure and sport; Terence Herbert, Wiltshire Council corporate director; and gold medal-winning Paralympic swimmer, Stephanie Millward MBE.[nl]
␣␣The funding is awarded to young people aged eight to 18, who compete at regional or national level in an Olympic/Paralympic sport, or a sport recognised by Sport England with the grant to assist the recipients with training and competition opportunities and the purchase of new equipment and travel costs.[nl]
␣␣Cllr Thomson said: “It was a real pleasure to meet these young people, all of whom are competing at a high level in their chosen sport, and I was delighted to present them with a grant.[nl]
␣␣“We know that these grants make a huge difference to the opportunities for our future sports stars, providing much-needed financial support for training, events and competitions.[nl]
␣␣"We wish Wiltshire’s young sports stars every success, and we’ll be watching their careers with interest. We hope to see them representing Team GB – and Wiltshire – on the world stage, in the future.”"
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rdfs:comment "TWO Andover chiefs have set up a meeting to try and stop a major retailer from pulling out of the town.[nl]
␣␣MP for North West Hampshire, Kit Malthouse, and leader of Test Valley Borough Council, Phil North, have secured a meeting with Marks & Spencer's (M&S) head of public affairs, Tony Ginty, to ask the well-known retailer to reconsider the proposed closure of their Andover branch.[nl]
␣␣The meeting, which is set to be held in Parliament on Wednesday, was secured after M&S announced 50 jobs are at risk as it is consulting with its employees on a proposed closure of the town's only department store.[nl]
␣␣Mr Malthouse has written to M&S' chairman, Archie Norman, and Councillor North has written to every member of the board in hope of saving the branch from leaving the town.[nl]
␣␣Councillor North said the pair have included what he believes are "compelling arguements", adding: "Not least because of the substantial housebuilding programme and population growth in the town in recent years, which is continuing, and allied to this is the massive proposed public sector investment such as the urban park as part of the Town Mills Riverside Project and the creation of a cultural quarter in the town centre.[nl]
␣␣"I‘m concerned that a sufficiently up-to-date assessment of the future of Andover has not been undertaken and used to inform their decision[nl]
␣␣"In short, I believe that there are powerful strategic reasons why M&S would want to retain a presence in Andover, and we will put this forward when we meet them on Wednesday.[nl]
␣␣"In the meantime well done to Cllr Iris Andersen, who is collecting signatures outside the store for them to remain.""
rdfs:label "Andover chiefs set up meeting to keep Marks & Spencer in town"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920361.Secondary_school_league_tables_2017_revealed
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rdfs:comment "ANDOVER secondary schools have soared to success in the latest league tables which took in to account new, tougher GCSEs in English and maths.[nl]
␣␣All Andover-based secondary schools were above the government’s floor standard of -0.5 for the new Progress 8 indicator, which monitors pupil progress made in eight subjects between the end of primary school and their GCSEs.[nl]
␣␣Winton Academy came out top of local secondary schools with a score of -0.08 from the Department for Education on its Progress 8 score.[nl]
␣␣Nathan Thomas, Winton Academy headteacher, said: “Winton was very pleased that for the second year running the Progress 8 score for the academy was in line with the national average.[nl]
␣␣“This is a good measure of a school’s success as it looks at how much progress students have made from the end of KS2 to the end of KS4. [nl]
␣␣“Our ambition is to move this from ‘Average’ to ‘Above Average’ over the next few years. [nl]
␣␣“The students’ results in English and maths last year were particularly positive with the most encouraging results seen in the outcomes of our most able students. [nl]
␣␣“As well as these encouraging progress measures, we were also pleased with the overall attainment of students as the number of students attaining a grade 5 or above in English and maths was above the national average. [nl]
␣␣“I am very proud of the progress we have made and the individual students who achieved these results.”[nl]
␣␣Harrow Way School achieved an ‘Average’ score of -0.12.[nl]
␣␣Scores of -0.21 for Testbourne School, -0.32 for John Hanson School and -0.4 for The Wellington Academy, rated them all as ‘Below Average’, but still remained above the government’s floor standard.[nl]
␣␣However two schools were rated as ‘Well Below Average’ though just missed out on achieving the floor standard, with Test Valley School being graded as -0.51 and The Clere School achieving -0.54.[nl]
␣␣Test Valley School headteacher, Louisa Hiscock, said: “It’s important not to leap too quickly to judgements based on these new headline measures alone as these don’t tell the whole story about any school and what it’s achieving.[nl]
␣␣“They also don’t fully reflect the hard work and outcomes our individual pupils achieved in 2017. [nl]
␣␣“As new performance measures we cannot compare them with previous years but it was in 2016 under the old performance measures we reported record-breaking headline results for our school compared with previous years that were above the national averages. [nl]
␣␣“There are many elements which go towards making a school a good school where pupils are supported and given opportunities to achieve in a variety of ways. [nl]
␣␣“I believe we are a good school – and Ofsted agreed less than twelve months ago having assessed the progress of our pupils over time.[nl]
␣␣“This has not changed but nor does it mean we are complacent.[nl]
␣␣“Our priority continues to be meeting pupils’ needs as fully as possible to enable them to perform to the best of their ability. [nl]
␣␣“Our commitment to this is stronger than ever. [nl]
␣␣“The DfE confirms that there are factors which can make a difference to a school’s reported average scores. [nl]
␣␣“This includes being a small secondary school with smaller year groups where all differences are more significant.[nl]
␣␣“One or two pupils in a year group can have a greater impact on the school’s average scores because each counts for a higher percentage of the total. [nl]
␣␣“We’re not the only small secondary school that has found itself affected negatively under the new measures but it does not therefore mean our pupils are significantly underperforming.[nl]
␣␣“There has also been the ‘push’ for schools to comply with the English Baccalaureate (a curriculum consisting of GCSEs in English language and literature, mathematics, two sciences, either history or geography and either French or German). [nl]
␣␣“At the time pupils reported on in the performance tables were choosing their GCSE subjects in Year 9 we did not make it compulsory to follow the above curriculum fully. [nl]
␣␣“All studied the core subjects of English, mathematics and science but we believed that where pupils could choose they should be able to choose subjects that were appropriate for them and for their future aspirations.[nl]
␣␣“A relatively small number of pupils therefore selected subjects which made them eligible for the full English Baccalaureate. [nl]
␣␣“The Attainment 8 and Progress 8 scores for a school are in part calculated on pupils’ grades in these subjects. [nl]
␣␣“Consequently, we had a significant number of pupils who did not fulfil this criteria resulting in a negative impact on our Progress 8 score as a school. [nl]
␣␣“We will continue to work hard to achieve the best GCSE outcomes for our pupils and continue to address areas we can improve. [nl]
␣␣“Whilst the school’s outcomes in the new performance measures aren’t what we would want they don’t fully reflect the results our pupils achieved in 2017.”[nl]
␣␣The Clere School headteacher Benjamin Bond said: “Although it is disappointing to be labelled an under-achieving school, Progress 8 is only one measure of a school’s success.[nl]
␣␣“Since I became the new headteacher of The Clere I have focused on raising expectations of all. [nl]
␣␣“Of course, the Progress 8 headline reflects only one year group and given the small number in the cohort, alongside several pupils who were educated away from the school, there was an anticipated concern.[nl]
␣␣"Despite this I was delighted we achieved a record number of good passes in the academic subjects and a fantastic set of top grades.[nl]
␣␣”This bodes well for the future and our pupils deserve nothing less.[nl]
␣␣"The performance of other year groups has been widely recognised as good and rapidly improving.[nl]
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␣␣"Our most recent Ofsted inspection bears witness to this and I have been delighted by the response of pupils and staff to these challenges.”[nl]
␣␣Results for independent schools, such as Rookwood School, were not published.[nl]
␣␣Hampshire overall was ‘Below Average’ with -0.14 and Wiltshire was slightly higher with -0.12.[nl]
␣␣Progress 8 takes into account the educational level at which pupils entered secondary school and the results of a pupil’s best eight GCSE results, two of which must be English and maths, which this time were graded 9 to 1.[nl]
␣␣All other GCSEs are graded under an alphabetical system.[nl]
␣␣Progress 8 scores:[nl]
␣␣[nl]
␣␣Winton Academy: -0.08[nl]
␣␣Harrow Way School: -0.12[nl]
␣␣Testbourne School: -0.21[nl]
␣␣John Hanson School: -0.32[nl]
␣␣The Wellington Academy: -0.4[nl]
␣␣Test Valley School: -0.51[nl]
␣␣The Clere School: -0.54"
rdfs:label "Secondary school league tables 2017 revealed"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920386.Andover_Advocacy_gets_back_to_work
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rdfs:comment "A VOLUNTEER-run service is now fully functional again after a year on hold.[nl]
␣␣Andover Advocacy, formed of residents from across Andover, started providing support for vulnerable adults a number of years ago, helping their voices to be heard in situations they may find challenging.[nl]
␣␣The group provides wide-ranging assistance, from help with financial budgeting, to legal issues or even with help just changing a lightbulb.[nl]
␣␣Over the years, the service has been supported by various local charities including Mind and The Enham Trust but, due to funding problems, has been on hold over the past year.[nl]
␣␣But now, the service is up and running again, thanks to the support of Citizens Advice Test Valley.[nl]
␣␣At a recent meeting, Deborah du Val de Beaulieu was congratulated and thanked for her work in helping this to happen by North West Hampshire MP Kit Malthouse.[nl]
␣␣To contact the service for support, or if you would like to become an advocate, email co@testvalleycab.org.uk or call 01264 723641."
rdfs:label "Andover Advocacy Service Re-launched"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920437.Burghclere_Down_s_identity_thrown_into_question_in_parish_boundary_review
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rdfs:comment "A BOUNDARY review in to local parishes has thrown up questions about where Burghclere Down should belong.[nl]
␣␣Parish councils submitted reports to Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) on Monday as part of the Community Governance Review’s (CGR) first round of consultations, with two councils both proposing for the area to be included in their parishes.[nl]
␣␣The CGR aims to review parish arrangements in Test Valley to “reflect the identities and interests” of the borough’s communities and in an effective and convenient way.[nl]
␣␣Burghclere Down currently makes up part of Abbotts Ann Parish Council (AAPC), which wants the community to remain in its district while Andover Town Council (ATC) suggested it would make logistical sense for it to come in to Andover.[nl]
␣␣ATC chair Katherine Bird said: “We had conversations with Abbotts Ann Parish Council about redrawing the natural boundary of Andover to follow the A303, meaning Burghclere Down would come into Andover.[nl]
␣␣“As laid out in our submission, CGR should reflect the community’s interests, we have been asked what makes sense and for community and transport links it makes logistical sense for Burghclere Down to be included.[nl]
␣␣“Obviously we want residents to have a say and they can do that by going to TVBC’s website.”[nl]
␣␣The ATC report also noted how the area has no footpath or transport links to Abbotts Ann, and children attend schools in Andover.[nl]
␣␣AAPC conducted a survey across its Burghclere Down residents ahead of submitting a report to TVBC to help inform councillors of their views.[nl]
␣␣Findings from 62 people surveyed found 38 residents wanting to stay in the parish, while nine respondents wanted to move to ATC.[nl]
␣␣AAPC chair Andrew Hayter said: “The view of the parish council was there should be an overwhelming reason to make a change to parish boundaries rather than tinkering with them unless for good reason.[nl]
␣␣“Because we were aware ATC were putting in a suggestion for Burghclere Down to come into their parish we conducted an informal consultation specifically in Burghclere Down.[nl]
␣␣“60 responses is actually quite good as people were only given a week to comment and overwhelming two thirds of those wanted to stay in AAPC, and out of the remainder the people who alternatively responded said they actually didn’t want to be part of ATC.[nl]
␣␣“Some comments said it was too big, I think ATC has one of the biggest populations in one parish. Burghclere Down is a large part of Abbotts Ann parish so the feeling of people are they are more likely to be listened to and more likely to have the council act on their behalf that was the written comments.”[nl]
␣␣Members of the public can submit their views in the next round of consultations which will be available from 4 May- 6 July.[nl]
␣␣To find out more go to testvalley.gov.uk/aboutyourcouncil/community-governance-review."
rdfs:label "Burghclere Down's identity thrown into question in parish boundary review"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920820.Soldiers_to_face_court_martial_over_death_of_Hampshire_reservist_on_march
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rdfs:comment "TWO SAS soldiers face trial by court martial over the deaths of three reservists on a 16-mile march in the Brecon Beacons.[nl]
␣␣The men, known only as 1A and 1B, both deny "negligently performing a duty" by failing to take reasonable care for the health and safety of the candidates taking part in the exercise.[nl]
␣␣Lance Corporal Craig Roberts and L/Cpl Edward Maher were pronounced dead on the Welsh mountain range after suffering heatstroke in July 2013.[nl]
␣␣Corporal James Dunsby died at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital from multiple organ failure more than two weeks later.[nl]
␣␣1A and 1B, whose identities are protected by an anonymity order, appeared behind a screen at Colchester Military Court on Monday accompanied by their barrister Lewis Cherry.[nl]
␣␣Their names, ranks and numbers were supplied to the judge in writing.[nl]
␣␣1A, a serving captain who was the training officer in charge of the march, and 1B, a former warrant officer, who was the chief instructor on the exercise, each face a single charge of negligently performing a duty.[nl]
␣␣They could face up to two years in prison and dismissal if convicted.[nl]
␣␣Both entered not guilty pleas during a hearing lasting less than half an hour.[nl]
␣␣The charges say they "performed a duty negligently, namely the duty to take reasonable care for the health and safety of candidates taking part in an exercise".[nl]
␣␣The Judge Advocate General, Jeff Blackett, said they faced a three-week trial on September 3 at the military court in Bulford, Wiltshire.[nl]
␣␣The trial by court martial will be decided by a panel of five military personnel."
rdfs:label "Edward Maher death: Two soldiers to face trial after three die on march"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920840.Bike_shop_closes_amid_internet_shopping_pressures__but_says_not_a_negative_move
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rdfs:comment "A TOWN centre bike shop has announced it is “closing its doors for the last time” on Saturday 10 February due to the pressures of internet shopping on retail.[nl]
␣␣Behind the Bikeshed, based on Marlborough Street, will be clearing its stock for the remainder of the week, however owner Bernard Baker told The Advertiser it is not a negative move and that no redundancies have been made.[nl]
␣␣Mr Baker ran the business as a second venture for eight years with family members who also have other jobs.[nl]
␣␣He said: “There just isn’t enough money in any retail at the moment because of the amount of internet shopping and the discount culture that it incorporates, which is particularly bad in our trade.[nl]
␣␣“We looked at the figures and how hard we worked and we are just not going to do it anymore. It is not a negative thing, it was our decision.[nl]
␣␣“It is a shame because we have worked really hard for eight or nine years now but we have got someone to take the lease on which was our biggest commitment.”[nl]
␣␣The bicycle shop was granted approval from Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) in November to change the use of the site from a sales and repairs shop to become a marketing consultancy, which will now take over the premises.[nl]
␣␣Mr Baker, who has been a quantity surveyor for over 30 years is now planning to spend the extra hours earning more money, or having some free time.[nl]
␣␣He added: “The joke of it is when we announced the closure on the Friday night it was the busiest Saturday we have ever had, the first time it has been like that in four to five years. We just can’t continue like that.[nl]
␣␣“Look at the rest of the high street no one is doing enough business.”"
rdfs:label "Bike shop closes amid internet shopping pressures- but says not a negative move"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15920882.Rail_workers_to_take_fresh_industrial_action_over_role_of_guards
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rdfs:comment "RAIL workers embroiled in the bitter disputes over the role of guards are to take fresh industrial action.[nl]
␣␣Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union on South Western Railway will refuse to work any rest days from February 16 to 19.[nl]
␣␣The company, which runs services to and from London Waterloo - the UK's busiest station - is one of five operators involved in long running rows over staffing which have led to a series of strikes stretching back almost two years.[nl]
␣␣RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: "It is frankly disgraceful that South Western Railway point-blank refuse to engage with the union in meaningful talks over their plans to run trains without a safety-critical guard on board across this franchise.[nl]
␣␣"It is the intransigent attitude of the company which has forced us to put on this latest phase of industrial action in an effort to force them to see sense and to drive them back to the negotiating table for genuine and meaningful talks.[nl]
␣␣"We know that this action will have a serious impact on services and the responsibility for the disruption caused will be wholly down to South Western Railway and their pig-headed attitude.[nl]
␣␣"It is time for the company to get out of the bunker and start talking."[nl]
␣␣A spokesman for South Western Railway said: "We will do everything we can to minimise the inconvenience to our passengers from this unnecessary action.""
rdfs:label "Rail workers to take fresh industrial action over role of guards"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15922094.Be_aware__A_cold_snap_is_coming_in_Hampshire
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rdfs:comment "HAMPSHIRE County Council has moved to reassure residents as the county gets ready to experience the coldest week of the year.[nl]
␣␣Temperatures have already dropped and are set to fall below freezing again on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.[nl]
␣␣The Met Office has forecast slightly warmer temperatures on Thursday but it will drop to 0C again on Friday.[nl]
␣␣The county council says its teams have already completed 50 grit runs over the course of winter.[nl]
␣␣Councillor Rob Humby said: "I’d ask people to take care when they are out and about, to drive according to the weather conditions at all times, and to be patient around salting lorries.[nl]
␣␣"Keeping the main roads free of ice will take priority for our highways teams this week.[nl]
␣␣"With the likelihood of almost continuous salt runs, some routine road repairs may need to be postponed, although emergencies will always be treated as such and made safe as a matter of urgency.[nl]
␣␣"If footways are icy, everyone can help in their neighbourhoods by using the salt bins.[nl]
␣␣"Spreading a small amount of salt from the community salt bins on the pavements or smaller access roads not covered by the highways crews can make a big impact on frozen and icy surfaces.""
rdfs:label "Be aware: A cold snap is coming in Hampshire"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15922155.Andover_Advertiser_Suffragette_Spirit_campaign_launch__Nominate_the_incredible_women_who_make_a_real_difference
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rdfs:comment "ONE hundred years ago today, British women were given a voice. For the first time, many mothers, daughters and sisters could have a say in how their country was run.[nl]
␣␣Back then, suffragettes up and down the country would stop at almost nothing to get their voices heard in parliament. The struggle to win the vote was long and arduous, but in 1918 these brave women won.[nl]
␣␣Since then, women around the world have channelled the suffragette spirit to campaign for progress. They have stood up to racism, sexism, homophobia, corruption and much more.[nl]
␣␣Last century’s suffragettes are today’s women human rights defenders. Every day they harness their passionate voices to empower communities and create a fairer world.[nl]
␣␣Amnesty International campaigns to help protect women human rights defenders around the world. These brave campaigners often face surveillance, intimidation, threats, imprisonment and some even risk their lives. But you don’t need to travel thousands of miles to meet women fighting for justice and equality. In fact, there’s probably a woman human rights defender living at your doorstep.[nl]
␣␣This is why Amnesty and The Advertiser wants readers to nominate the incredible women who are making a real difference in their local area. Ordinary women from all walks of life – from students to shopkeepers, office workers to OAPs – are doing extraordinary things.[nl]
␣␣They might have stood up to bullies, helped the homeless, aided refugees, worked to protect the environment or campaigned for better access to healthcare. The list goes on.[nl]
␣␣Every time these women have spoken up, they’ve helped make life better for others - to ensure that you and I, as well as future generations, enjoy a fairer, more equal world.[nl]
␣␣The amazing achievements of these often-unsung heroes deserve to be celebrated, and Amnesty wants to put them on its Suffragette Spirit Map of Britain.[nl]
␣␣The interactive map, which will launch on International Women’s day, will be a symbol of the suffragette legacy – proudly displaying how far we have come over the past century, but highlighting how much life-changing work is still being carried out today.[nl]
␣␣So, over to you: Which 21st century suffragette deserves to be put firmly on the map?[nl]
␣␣To make a nomination, go to amnesty.org.uk/suffragettespirit.[nl]
␣␣Juliet Stevenson"
rdfs:label "Andover Advertiser Suffragette Spirit campaign launch: Nominate the incredible women who make a real difference"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15922304.Father_mounts_challenge_after_judge_says_doctors_can_stop_treating_brain_damaged_Isaiah
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15922395.Business_boost_for_charity_helping_town___s_young_carers
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rdfs:comment "A CHARITY is set for a cash boost with the help of a match funding pledge.[nl]
␣␣Basepoint Andover's nominated charity, Andover Young Carers, is due to be match funded a total of £3,000 by the firm after cash raised by an array of events including an afternoon tea party and working with Test Valley Golf Club with a variety of fundraisers.[nl]
␣␣Basepoint have so far match funded a total of nearly £7,000 since April 2017[nl]
␣␣Lucy Middleton, Basepoint centre manager, said: "We are so pleased to be offering the £10,000 total funding from April 2017 to March 2018. The money raised is match funded through Basepoint and it is great to contribute to such a critical support service for young people in the local area."[nl]
␣␣Andover Young Carers provide support and respite for young people with caring responsibilities, to share their issues and common experiences so that they are free to positive life choices.[nl]
␣␣For further information and to donate to Andover Young Carers please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/andoveryoungcarers"
rdfs:label "Charity helping Andover Young Careers receives funding boost from businesses"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15922423.How_to_make_sure_you_aren_t_missing_Advertiser_stories_on_Facebook
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rdfs:comment "WE know that you would hate to miss out on all the content we at The Advertiser share with you - so here's how you can ensure you never do.[nl]
␣␣Facebook have recently changed their algorithms to deprioritise news stories.[nl]
␣␣If you want to keep seeing our stories appear in your Newsfeed there is a really simple thing you can do make sure you get all the latest stories from us, and it'll only take a minute.[nl]
␣␣First of all, head over to our Facebook page. You can click here to go there now.[nl]
␣␣If you haven't already liked our page, please show us a little love and do so now.[nl]
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␣␣Next, click on the button marked 'Following'.[nl]
␣␣And finally, click on "See first". And that's it![nl]
␣␣This quick step means you'll continue to see updates from the Andover Advertiser.[nl]
␣␣Thanks for taking the time to make this change."
rdfs:label "How to make sure you aren't missing Advertiser stories on Facebook"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15923067.Women_s_suffrage_100_years_on__What_Andover_thinks_still_needs_fighting_for
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rdfs:comment "ONE hundred years ago today women secured a right to vote for the first time, sparking reflection from the Andover community to mark the anniversary.[nl]
␣␣After half a century of women’s suffrage campaigning, the Representation of the People Act 1918 was passed on 6 February giving voting rights to women over 30-years-old who owned property.[nl]
␣␣Andover Afternoon Women’s Institute (WI) took to the town centre in suffragette colours to spread awareness of the achievement today.[nl]
␣␣In purple, white and green they handed out ballot cards to passers-by who would have been eligible to vote under the reform.[nl]
␣␣WI committee member Anne Short said: “Women died so we could have the vote, they were force fed, given illnesses in prison because of being force fed, they were vilified to give us the vote.[nl]
␣␣“There’s no reason why we can’t spend two hours out here getting cold for them.”[nl]
␣␣The group members also agreed gender parity "in full" still needs to be achieved.[nl]
␣␣Historically some evidence also points to the women’s movement coming to Andover in the years leading up to reform.[nl]
␣␣Historian David Borrett told The Advertiser how suffragette icon Emmeline Pankhurst could have stayed in the town.[nl]
␣␣In the 2013 edition of the journal Lookback at Andover, Mr Borrett wrote: “As far as the suffragette campaign is concerned little if anything has ever been written about any movement in Andover to win women the vote, although my own grandmother claimed that Mrs Pankhurst and a companion came to the town, probably around 1907-8 in order to gain support for her cause.[nl]
␣␣“Reputedly the two women lodged here for a week or so with my grandmother’s parents, Mr and Mrs Feltham in Old Winton Road. However, although my grandmother was sure such a visit took place, having heard it from her own mother, it has apparently been lost to history.[nl]
␣␣“Maybe the arrival in Andover attracted little or no comment in the local press- it was before the determined lady had ever been arrested and her later notoriety was something for the future.[nl]
␣␣“However one would imagine that some sort of public event must have taken place, otherwise why come?”[nl]
␣␣The Andover History and Archaeology Society journal editor also referred to an Edwardian-era photograph of well-known local woman Fairlie Harmar of Ramridge House selling copies of The Suffragette on High Street.[nl]
␣␣Mr Borrett suggested it was likely to coincide with a suffragist rally or meeting or perhaps even Mrs Pankhurst’s visit.[nl]
␣␣The Advertiser's archival records also reports on women voting for the first time in the December 1918 general election.[nl]
␣␣A 20 December report read: "In a number of instances husbands and wives attended together, but in others they came at separate times.[nl]
␣␣“It was noticeable that the ladies in most instances voted before doing their shopping, while many of the men waited until they had had their Saturday shave and secured their supply of tobacco and matches."[nl]
␣␣Looking from the past to the future, members of the Andover community have told The Advertiser what they think about the progress in women’s rights, and what still needs to be achieved.[nl]
␣␣Andover Women in Business (AWIB) president Andrea Barry:[nl]
␣␣“First and foremost the issues we have had this year clearly indicated there is a lot that needs to be done. Issue of pay equality, the business with sexual harassment of women, that is the forefront and we still haven’t won these battles, have we?[nl]
␣␣“The other issue is targeted to women as they get older, not only do they become invisible they are just not appreciated for the skills and experience that they have. There is a real issue of ageism which I think is worse for women than men and dismissive attitudes that employers have around women when they are older.”[nl]
␣␣Andover Crisis and Support Centre manager Yvonne Bradbury:[nl]
␣␣“Currently survivors of domestic abuse are allowed to vote anonymously without their address on the electoral register if they can prove their lives and safety are at risk. But they have to prove it with certain types of evidence and court orders. Most survivors don’t have that so lots of women are unable to register to vote and use their right to participate. So if they [the government] can make it easier for women in a refuge to register anonymously it would be amazing.[nl]
␣␣“The first refuge was opened in 1972 and 305 refuges were running in November 2017. Women’s Aid statistics taken from that year found 90 women couldn’t find a refuge space because everywhere was full. Resources for these women need to be increased. The funding for refuges is always very unpredictable.”[nl]
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␣␣Test Valley Borough Council leader Councillor Phil North:[nl]
␣␣"This week marks the 100th anniversary since Parliament gave (some) women the right to vote - and a century later there is still more to do to ensure women are equally represented.[nl]
␣␣“Just 13 of the 48 current Test Valley councillors are women so I want to see many more in public life. At the Test Valley 'Be a Councillor' event this week, I was encouraging more women to stand - and I hope to see more women candidates standing for election in Test Valley in 2019 than ever before."[nl]
␣␣Andover College digital marketing officer Meg Bullock:[nl]
␣␣“Recent media coverage shows there is still a way to go to gain gender equality, particularly for women in the workplace.[nl]
␣␣"In the past, we’ve see young women steer away from subjects stereotypically branded as ‘masculine’, including science, technology, engineering, maths (STEM) and particularly digital.[nl]
␣␣"To inspire and encourage more girls to think about going into these fields we have created a bespoke event, ‘Women into Digital Industries’ for students from local schools. We aim to open up young girls’ perceptions of what is possible when you choose a future you enjoy and can excel in.”[nl]
␣␣North West Hampshire MP Kit Malthouse said:[nl]
␣␣“It’s hard to believe that with so many accomplished and talented women MPs and our second woman prime minister in office today that they would not have been allowed to hold those positions, let alone vote, 100 years ago.[nl]
␣␣“There’s been great progress, but we still to see more women standing for elected office and I’m confident that we are not far away from having half of the seats in the House of Commons held by women.”"
rdfs:label "Women's suffrage 100 years on: What Andover thinks still needs fighting for"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15923081.Borough_council_tax_set_to_rise___by_10p_a_week
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rdfs:comment "PLANS to hike council tax are set to be discussed next week.[nl]
␣␣Cabinet members for Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) will be looking into the authority’s budget and council tax proposals on Wednesday, 14 February with the plan to increase the yearly charge for Band D properties from £136.41 to £141.41, a 3.6 per cent rise.[nl]
␣␣Current legislation allows an authority to increase its council tax by either 2.99 per cent or a maximum of £5 per year before triggering a referendum.[nl]
␣␣However the Final Local Government Finance Settlement, which includes information on core revenue funding available for local authority services, including council tax, is due to be debated in the House of Commons tomorrow.[nl]
␣␣This is the third consecutive year TVBC has opted to increase council tax by £5.[nl]
␣␣However TVBC has said this "small" increase, equivalent to less than 10p a week, is despite continued reductions in central government Revenue Support Grant and additional spending pressures.[nl]
␣␣Councillor Peter Giddings, TVBC economic development portfolio holder, said: “Our council tax is the 26th lowest of all the 201 district councils in the country and despite central government spending reductions, we are still able to continue to invest in our residents, communities and businesses.”[nl]
␣␣“Our central government Revenue Support Grant has reduced by 98.2 per cent in the last five years from £3.1m to only £56k next year and will end entirely in 2019/20. [nl]
␣␣"To counteract that our successful Project Enterprise investments in commercial property and housing have helped generate some replacement income.[nl]
␣␣"In fact we are due to receive £1.3m more income this year than if we had kept our money in the bank.[nl]
␣␣“We are investing over £450k in 28 playgrounds across the borough as well as other new and improved leisure facilities such as play areas and fitness trails.[nl]
␣␣"We continue to award grants to new businesses and for improved disabled facilities, develop our towns with the Town Mills Project and Romsey enhancement works and help to provide affordable housing.[nl]
␣␣“We have made enormous efforts to reduce our expenditure without reducing frontline services.[nl]
␣␣"In each of the last ten years the reductions to net expenditure identified by the council has been much more than the additional income received through council tax increases.”[nl]
␣␣During the period from 2008/09 to present the council has delivered budget reductions totalling £11.757m, equivalent to more than £1m per year.[nl]
␣␣The report also notes that a ‘Special Expenses Levy’ of £296,627 will also be made on Andover properties to cover the cost of providing burial grounds, public halls, sports grounds and playgrounds.[nl]
␣␣This is a small decrease to £21.75 per year for a Band D property from £21.88.[nl]
␣␣The final recommendations arising from next week's meeting for the Budget and Council Tax for 2018/19 will be considered by council on Friday, 23 February."
rdfs:label "Borough council tax set to rise - by 10p a week"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15923351.Drink_drive_soldier_who_killed_cyclist_in_hit_and_run_jailed
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rdfs:comment "A DRINK-driving soldier who killed a cyclist in a hit-and-run has been jailed.[nl]
␣␣Nicholas Cutmore, 24, was on his way to Salisbury from a Tidworth pub in his red Suzuki Swift when he “ploughed with speed” into the back of 65-year-old David Gunson.[nl]
␣␣Cutmore, of Lowa Road, Tidworth, and formerly of the Royal Welsh Regiment, claimed he had been dazzled by oncoming headlights before he hit Mr Gunson on the A338 on December 22, 2016.[nl]
␣␣He flagged down other drivers before he ran from the scene “in a cowardly fashion” to avoid police discovering that had been drinking.[nl]
␣␣Grandfather-of-nine Mr Gunson had been hit with such force that he was “catapulted” over Cutmore’s windscreen and was left lying on the road.[nl]
␣␣Mr Gunson, a guard for what was then South West Trains, died the next day at Southampton General Hospital.[nl]
␣␣Cutmore denied causing death by careless driving while over the prescribed limit, but was convicted by a jury at Salisbury Crown Court on Monday.[nl]
␣␣At his sentencing on Tuesday, the court heard that Cutmore had been drunk before he left his barracks.[nl]
␣␣He then drove to The Ram pub, in Tidworth, where he drank five pints of Foster's and three Jägerbombs.[nl]
␣␣Because he fled the scene and did not hand himself in until the next day, Cutmore was not tested for alcohol at the time of the crash.[nl]
␣␣But during the trial, a doctor said it was likely he would have had had 155mg of alcohol in 100ml blood, almost twice the legal limit.[nl]
␣␣Defending, David Reid said Cutmore felt "genuine and heartfelt remorse".[nl]
␣␣“The effects of his actions that night will stay with Mr Cutmore for a very long time," he said.[nl]
␣␣Cutmore has also offered his car to Wiltshire Police to be used as a teaching aid to show others the consequences of drink-driving.[nl]
␣␣The court heard that Cutmore had been discharged from the Army in August 2017 and had been supported by his pregnant girlfriend throughout the trial.[nl]
␣␣Judge Andrew Barnett said Mr Gunson’s family were suffering, adding: “Quite plainly to me this is something they are going to have to live with for the rest of their lives.”[nl]
␣␣Judge Barnett said Cutmore had previous convictions for drink driving and being drunk and disorderly.[nl]
␣␣His actions had been “irresponsible” and it had clearly been careless driving, the judge added.[nl]
␣␣“No sentence that I pass can bring Mr Gunson back or soothe the grief of his family.[nl]
␣␣“You rue the day that you got into that car and caused the havoc that you did.”[nl]
␣␣Cutmore was jailed for six years and banned from driving for nine years."
rdfs:label "Drink-drive soldier who killed cyclist in hit-and-run jailed"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15925410.Bank_book_and___500_cash_stolen_from_handbag_in_High_Street
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rdfs:comment "A WOMAN'S bank book and £500 in cash has been stolen after she withdrew money from a High Street cash point.[nl]
␣␣The theft from the victim's handbag was taken between 11.30am and 12.45pm on Monday 29 January, following a withdrawal of the cash at Nationwide bank.[nl]
␣␣It was reported to police the following morning.[nl]
␣␣Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting 44180039136."
rdfs:label "Police appeal after High Street theft of bank book and £500 cash"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15925463.Augusta_Park_assault_leaves_man_with_facial_injury__investigation_launched
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rdfs:comment "POLICE have launched an investigation after a man was left with a facial injury following an assault in Augusta Park.[nl]
␣␣A 33-year-old man reported being assaulted by another man as he walked in the Oat Road/Rye Way area of Augusta Park, between 6.30pm and 7pm on Sunday, 4 February.[nl]
␣␣He sustained a facial injury for which he received treatment.[nl]
␣␣Officers are now appealing for witnesses as part of an investigation that has been opened.[nl]
␣␣A 31-year-old man from Andover has been arrested on suspicion of wounding/inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent.[nl]
␣␣He has been released from custody but remains under investigation.[nl]
␣␣Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting reference number 44180046946."
rdfs:label "Augusta Park assault leaves man with facial injury, investigation launched"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15928670.Town_chiefs_warn_Marks___Spencer_it_would_be_a__grave_mistake__to_leave_Andover
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rdfs:comment "TOWN chiefs have warned it would be a "grave mistake" for a major retailer to leave Andover after meeting with representatives today.[nl]
␣␣Leader of Test Valley Borough Council, Councillor Phil North, and MP for North West Hampshire, Kit Malthouse, met with Marks & Spencer's representatives to ask the retailer to reconsider the proposed closure of its Andover branch.[nl]
␣␣The pair said they had a long and, at times, 'heated meeting' with M&S representatives at the House of Commons today.[nl]
␣␣Cllr North and Mr Malthouse expressed their concerns they felt that M&S had not taken sufficient account of both present and predicted growth and emphasised the value that residents have placed on the store's presence in the High Street.[nl]
␣␣According to the pair, M&S stated the Andover store was underperforming on the clothes and home ranges, but agreed its food section was doing well and it conceded there was some force in arguments the store had suffered from underinvestment in the past and that the clothing lines, in particular, were not as attractive as in some other M&S stores.[nl]
␣␣The major British brand also confirmed to the Cllr North and Mr Malthouse it is keen to have a Simply Food presence in Andover, but were adamant their existing premises were not fit for that purpose.[nl]
␣␣Cllr North said: “I was not convinced by M&S’ arguments.[nl]
␣␣"They could be used to justify closing almost any high street store.[nl]
␣␣"Their food sales are clearly thriving in Andover, so it is no surprise that they want to open a Simply Food with a Click and Collect facility for clothing.[nl]
␣␣"That is the very least that we must achieve from this, and I and the council will do everything we can to ensure a continued M&S presence in Andover.[nl]
␣␣"The current and future investments in Andover town centre through the Town Mills Riverside Project, the Cultural Quarter and the Leisure Centre, as well as our aims for the redevelopment of the Chantry Centre, demonstrate a real ambition for the future of the whole town, and especially the town centre.”[nl]
␣␣The duo also handed over the petition organised by Councillors Iris Andersen and John Cockaday, which has already gathered nearly 3,700 signatures.[nl]
␣␣M&S also agreed it would work with the council in their search for the right site.[nl]
␣␣Mr Malthouse said: “I am incredibly disappointed M&S have only now entered into a dialogue with us. [nl]
␣␣"I am delighted their food sales are doing so well and not surprised that their clothing sales are down, as they simply don’t stock the optimal lines.[nl]
␣␣"I propose to write again to M&S chairman, Archie Norman, urging him to re-consider and, come what may, to take swift action about their food offer in Andover.”[nl]
␣␣Cllr North and Mr Malthouse have confirmed they will be arranging a meeting with the director of Retail at M&S, Sacha Berendji, later this month to continue to press the case.[nl]
␣␣The Advertiser has approached M&S for comment.[nl]
␣␣More to follow."
rdfs:label "Town chiefs warn Marks & Spencer it would be a "grave mistake" to leave Andover"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15963987.More_than_50_firefighters_tackle_large_fire_at_historic_farmhouse_in_Whitchurch
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rdfs:comment "MORE than 50 firefighters tackled a fire which broke out at a farmhouse in Whitchurch.[nl]
␣␣The flames damaged the ground floor, first floor and roof of the historic Bere Mill in London Road.[nl]
␣␣The Saxon building, which was previously used to supply the Bank of England, was badly damaged, with the flames spreading through the farmhouse and mill. [nl]
␣␣Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service sent 12 fire engines to the incident which took place at around 10.10pm last night (February 7).[nl]
␣␣Crews from Whitchurch, Overton, Andover, Sutton Scotney, Winchester, Basingstoke, Eastleigh and Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the scene of the badly damaged property.[nl]
␣␣Firefighters used a number of jets and foam appliances to extinguish the blaze.[nl]
␣␣Nobody was injured during the incident."
rdfs:label "More than 50 firefighters tackle large fire at historic farmhouse in Whitchurch"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15971046.Facebook_scam_warning_from_police_in_town
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rdfs:comment "POLICE are advising residents against an online scam which has been reported by Andover victims involving blocked access to their Facebook accounts.[nl]
␣␣Officers at Andover Police station have received reports from residents who believed they were victims of a scam after being unable to log into their Facebook profiles.[nl]
␣␣Victims have received emails instructing them to call or text a number to speak to an advisor who will then help them unlock their accounts, by downloading an app that allows the advisor to take control of their computer.[nl]
␣␣Once the advisor has control of the victim's computer they are able to upload viruses and enter accounts without the victim realising.[nl]
␣␣This scam has been reported around other parts of the UK and police are advising Andover residents not to open emails they do not recognise.[nl]
␣␣If you believe you have been targeted by online fraudsters you can report this to Action Fraud at https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/[nl]
␣␣ "
rdfs:label "Facebook scam warning from police in Andover"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15981585.Michael_marks_35_years_serving_school
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rdfs:comment "A STAFF member is celebrating 35 years of 'excellent service' at a London Road secondary school.[nl]
␣␣Michael Bull, of Charlton, has supported Winton Community Academy throughout the decades and unknowingly helped out with his own commemoration.[nl]
␣␣The school had arranged to plant a tree to celebrate the milestone anniversary.[nl]
␣␣However in 'true fashion' when the senior technician, who also helps maintain the school grounds, saw two students struggling to dig the hole for the tree, he helped them plant his own dedication tree a day early.[nl]
␣␣Of his time at the academy, the 58-year-old said: "I've enjoyed working closely with the teaching profession and no day is ever the same at Winton."[nl]
␣␣He first joined the academy when it was a split male and female campus joined by a bridge over London Road and had an outside swimming pool.[nl]
␣␣Mr Bull has seen many changes over the years, including at least five headteachers, two school fires and numerous newly-qualified teachers join for him to pass on his wisdom.[nl]
␣␣He also planted the school's millennium wood.[nl]
␣␣Headteacher Nathan Thomas said: "Dedication and resilience are Michael's middle names.[nl]
␣␣"His values and principles have guided him through 35 years of excellent service at Winton Community Academy.[nl]
␣␣"Through innovation and technical ability Michael has been able to service and maintain lots of vital equipment over the years, lots of items have also stood the test of time and are still in use due to his expertise.""
rdfs:label "Winton teacher marks 35-years"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15982220.Council_releases_five_year_waste_strategy_document
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rdfs:comment "A NEW plan has been put together to, among other things, improve recycling rates in the borough.[nl]
␣␣Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) has produced a five-year waste strategy document which looked at national and local context and the borough’s waste journey over time, including service performance and the outcome of public consultations.[nl]
␣␣TVBC environmental portfolio holder Councillor Graham Stallard said: “The council’s waste collection service is rightly applauded by many of our residents and members.[nl]
␣␣“More than 53,500 properties are visited weekly, that’s nearly three million visits a year, with a very low percentage of missed bins.[nl]
␣␣“Costs have been contained, despite a substantial house building programme in Test Valley, by the effective reorganisation of collection rounds and the council’s home grown ‘Recycling Stars’ initiative is a successful and well-known campaign. [nl]
␣␣“As a partner in Project Integra, we also share the success of Hampshire’s low landfill percentage, one of the leading authorities in the UK in 2017, with only 6.14 per cent of our waste going to landfill.[nl]
␣␣“That means that nearly 94 per cent of our waste is either recycled or used to produce electricity.[nl]
␣␣“We want to do more to increase our 33.1 per cent recycling percentage, particularly with regard to the collection of recyclable material currently being put into black bins, and we recognise that providing continuous improvement in respect of waste minimisation, reuse, recycling and composting is an important issue and a key priority for both residents and members.[nl]
␣␣“Being an in-house service means we offer a reliable, high quality and efficient service for the borough’s residents.”[nl]
␣␣ Residents shared their opinions on waste-related topics through several public consultations to shape the document which shows those thoughts and which ones are feasible for further consideration.[nl]
␣␣The overwhelming consensus was for a system that collected the largest range of materials possible and was simple to follow and understand.[nl]
␣␣The document also highlights work currently being undertaken, including support for a new single Super Material Recycling facility that will manage a wider range of materials including pots, tubs, trays and cartons.[nl]
␣␣For more information about waste and recycling in the borough, go to testvalley.gov.uk/wasteandrecycling."
rdfs:label "Council releases five-year waste strategy document"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15982243.Mental_health_service_success_with_inspection_report
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rdfs:comment "THE service which provides mental health support for children and young people in Hampshire has been given a 'good' rating by the health watchdog.[nl]
␣␣Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) has been given an overall rating of ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and assessed ‘outstanding’ for the caring category.[nl]
␣␣Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, which provides the services in Hampshire CAMHS, was inspected by the CQC in autumn last year after the organisation had previously been assessed as ‘requires improvement’ in September 2016.[nl]
␣␣In the CQC’s report, Hampshire CAMHS have been recognised for improvements made working with families and carers in its Basingstoke services; a pharmacy pilot which improves the process of dispensing medication; and innovate campaigns, which sees staff working with children, young people and the local community, spreading the word about the importance of mental health and wellbeing.[nl]
␣␣Chief executive Sam Allen said: “At Sussex Partnership, we value the CQC’s role in helping us improve care and treatment for the patients, families and local communities we serve.[nl]
␣␣"I’m delighted we have moved from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good’ because it reflects our passion for providing high quality patient care and working with carers, families and our partners to learn and improve. I want to say a huge thank you to everyone involved in helping us do this.”[nl]
␣␣CAMHS is running its year-long Everybody Campaign to be run collaboratively with young people, families and local organisations.[nl]
␣␣To find out more about Hampshire CAMHS and the Everybody Campaign, go to sussexpartnership.nhs.uk/Hampshire-CAMHS."
rdfs:label "Mental health service success with inspection report"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15982287.PREVIEW__Joy_of_Andover_War_Memorial_Hospital_s_inspection_success
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rdfs:comment "A UNIT at Andover hospital has seen an upswing in its fortunes with ‘well deserved’ praise from the health watchdog which criticised it just two years ago.[nl]
␣␣Andover War Memorial Hospital’s Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) service is now rated as ‘good’ rather than ‘requires improvement’ following an unannounced visit by national health watchdog Care Quality Commission (CQC) back in December.[nl]
␣␣Also in this week's paper:[nl]
␣␣- Picket Piece expansion plan turned down by council[nl]
␣␣- Battle to keep High Street store in town[nl]
␣␣- New group to support families set to hold first event[nl]
␣␣- Kingsway Gardens residents' "nightmare" as major works underway[nl]
␣␣- School calls on support from local business for annual fundraiser[nl]
␣␣- Former newspaper staff hold reunion[nl]
␣␣- News from our patches, including Whitchurch and Overton and Tidworth and Ludgershall.[nl]
␣␣- Two pages of YOUR letters.[nl]
␣␣- Two pages of your local sport.[nl]
␣␣And much much more![nl]
␣␣Out now - Just 80p!"
rdfs:label "Andover Advertiser - front page preview - Friday 9 February 2018"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15982846.Bridge_Street_before_the_A303_by_pass
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rdfs:comment "BRIDGE Street, before the Andover by-pass was opened, carried the A303 through the heart of the town.[nl]
␣␣Traffic on this street had to negotiate the level crossing on the Sprat and Winkle line down from Andover Junction railway station to Andover Town station, as well as a set of traffic lights set for the staggered junctions of High Street, London Street and Winchester Street, all managing two-way traffic![nl]
␣␣The following images are from the collection of Jeffery Saunders. They represent a truly transitional period for the town in the late 1960s.[nl]
␣␣The Andover Advertiser is always interested in photographs of yesteryear depicting town and village life down the years.[nl]
␣␣We are especially interested in colour images from living memory and especially before the town redevelopment in the 1960s.[nl]
␣␣If you have any interesting photographs that you are willing to lend or give, please send them to Derek Kane, 2b Union Street, Andover, SP10 1PA or e-mail derek.kane@andoveradvertiser.co.uk"
rdfs:label "Andover's Bridge Street before the A303 by-pass"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15983848.Andover_Carnival_urgently_appeals_for_support_amid_threat_of_cancellation
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rdfs:comment "AN URGENT appeal to save Andover Carnival has so far received less than 20 per cent of the funds needed with the deadline just two weeks away.[nl]
␣␣The carnival committee announced last month one of the biggest events in the town was under the “very real threat” of cancellation due to rising costs and loss of some sponsors, and launched a crowdfunding campaign to save the event.[nl]
␣␣A total of £4,000 is needed before the carnival committee’s meeting on 20 February, but only £679 has been raised so far.[nl]
␣␣Andover Carnival committee chairman Larna Burnley said: “The Andover Carnival team would like to thank all of the people that so far have offered money on our Gofundme page. A big thank you to Orvis who started our funds off with a generous £500.[nl]
␣␣“The carnival however is still short of funds and we need to raise more money if this year’s carnival is going to have enough funds to take place.[nl]
␣␣“Please help save the Andover Carnival by donating today. We now have two weeks to raise the much-needed funds to guarantee we are financially able to put on this year’s event.”[nl]
␣␣Ms Burnley also emphasised how company sponsorship is a main source of funding, and the carnival has been supported for years by Lloyds, Simplyhealth, David Mellor Jewellers and Ocado.[nl]
␣␣The event is free for visitors but costs around £16,000 to run.[nl]
␣␣Andover Carnival’s annual pancake race fundraiser is still going ahead as planned for Tuesday, 13 February, and is encouraging teams to enter.[nl]
␣␣Money raised from the pancake race will go to the carnival’s chosen charities of the year, which are yet to be confirmed.[nl]
␣␣Racers can sign up on the day at 11.45am with the run taking place at the Guildhall from noon.[nl]
␣␣To donate to save the carnival go to gofundme.com/andovercarnival.[nl]
␣␣Any firms interested in sponsoring the event can email info@andovercarnival.org."
rdfs:label "Andover Carnival in trouble and appeals for urgent support"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15983854.Unity_promotes_volunteering_opportunities_across_Andover
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rdfs:comment "A SERVICE linking people to volunteer roles jumped at the chance to attend a job fair.[nl]
␣␣The Unity Volunteer Centre participated in a job fair hosted at Andover Jobcentre Plus to promote their opportunities and services.[nl]
␣␣Christianne Ireland, volunteer co-ordinator, along with two volunteers, Karen Platt and Sam Wass, met more than 300 people, speaking about the benefits of volunteering.[nl]
␣␣This includes the roles being a stepping stone to employment, but also helping the charities and groups who rely on volunteers.[nl]
␣␣The day resulted in 22 people arranging discussions with the team to identify suitable volunteer placements with interest being shown in administration, gardening, care work and IT. A further 60 people requested further information.[nl]
␣␣Christianne said: ‘Thanks must go to our Unity volunteers who were extremely proactive in engaging people in conversation making sure they had the relevant information.[nl]
␣␣“Most of the people we spoke to did know that volunteering was a way back into employment and a number had already volunteered before, but interest was extremely high.”"
rdfs:label "Unity Volunteer Centre promotes volunteering opportunities across Andover"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15983857.Woman_has___200_stolen_from_bag_in_town_centre_theft
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rdfs:comment "A WOMAN reported £200 was stolen from her handbag after she left it in a High Street shop last week.[nl]
␣␣The 87-year-old victim had left her bag in Edinburgh Woollen Mill when the money is believed to have gone missing on Tuesday 30 January.[nl]
␣␣Police were called at 3.06pm the same day to report the crime. [nl]
␣␣It was the second theft to have taken place in High Street in two days.[nl]
␣␣Police say they are not treating the incidents as linked at this time.[nl]
␣␣Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting the reference 44180039524."
rdfs:label "Woman has £200 stolen from bag in town centre theft"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15984902.Andover_based_Beauty_Therapist_named_finalist_at_industry_awards
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rdfs:comment "AN ANDOVER-based beauty therapist has been named as a finalist in the 2018 Professional Beauty Awards.[nl]
␣␣Dorthe Thomas, owner of Dorthe Thomas Spa, in High Street, has been recognised as one of the leading beauty experts in the country by being chosen as a finalist in the Therapist of the Year category at the Professional Beauty Awards.[nl]
␣␣The national awards are one of the most established in the country, recognising those within the profession who go above and beyond and make a difference to the industry.[nl]
␣␣The Therapist of the Year category is to celebrate those who provide exceptional beauty services to their clients.[nl]
␣␣Dorthe said: “It is such an honour to have made it to the finals of these awards and I am absolutely delighted to have made it this far.”[nl]
␣␣Winners will be announced at a glamorous black-tie dinner set to be held on Sunday, 25 February at Tobacco Dock in London.[nl]
␣␣For more information about the awards, go to http://professionalbeauty.co.uk/site/PBUKNationalAwards."
rdfs:label "Dorthe Thomas Spa nominated for beauty industry award"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15985116.Students__training_pays_off_with_national_swimming_competition_success
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rdfs:comment "TWO pupils at a Weyhill Road school swam 'outstandingly' at a national tournament last month.[nl]
␣␣Rookwood School's Xen Medland, from Year 7, and Kyrill Kennet, Year 9, travelled to the London Aquatics Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday, 21 January.[nl]
␣␣The pupils took part to represent London West at the Independent Schools Association (ISA) National Finals.[nl]
␣␣Following their success at the London West Regional Swimming Gala in November last year, both boys have been busy training for the prestigious national event.[nl]
␣␣They both took home a number of gold, silver and bronze medals.[nl]
␣␣Xen received a medal in all of his events and he took gold in the freestyle relay, silver in the medley relay and bronze in the individual 50m butterfly.[nl]
␣␣Kyrill was awarded a gold medal in the freestyle relay, a silver medal in the medley relay and he came fourth place in the individual 100m breaststroke.[nl]
␣␣Miss Brown, head of PE, said: “A huge congratulations to Xen and Kyrill for their amazing performance on Sunday, we are very proud of you both.[nl]
␣␣"You’ve worked so hard and all your training really paid off.”"
rdfs:label "Rookwood School swimmers' training pays off at national competition"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15985128.Andover_charity_partners_with_new_Southern_Co_op_store
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rdfs:comment "A CHARITY has been selected as the fundraising partner for a new Southern Co-op store.[nl]
␣␣Augusta Park Community Association (APCA) was selected by Southern Co-op as part of its Love Your Neighbourhood scheme, receiving a £1,000 donation followed by a year’s partnership with the new store, which opened on Friday last week in East Anton Farm Road.[nl]
␣␣Vicki Cunningham, volunteer at APCA said: “We want as many residents as possible to use the community centre and would like to put as many different events on as we can.[nl]
␣␣“The money Southern Co-op is donating will be put towards a community party in May for the Royal wedding, a big screen and licensing so we can show sports events and films, and to make larger events possible in the future.”[nl]
␣␣Julie Pal, manager at the new store, said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Augusta Park Community Association.[nl]
␣␣“We are really looking forward to organising some fundraising activities with them, and my team and I were proud to open the store with them today.”"
rdfs:label "Southern Co-op's new Andover store partners with community charity"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15985143.Overton_Scarecrow_Festival_to_return_for_a_fifth_year
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rdfs:comment "A NOW-annual Scarecrow Festival will be returning for a fifth year, bigger and better than before.[nl]
␣␣Residents of Overton will be coming together to celebrate the festival, which sees the village populated with an array of colourful designs of straw-stuffed scarecrows.[nl]
␣␣Last time around, there were as many as 400 scarecrows in total that were put in place in around Overton, and this year, it is hoped more will be found.[nl]
␣␣Chairman of the Overton Scarecrow Festival Association, Steve Williams, said: “I think that it is really an attraction for people to come and visit our village.[nl]
␣␣“People come from all over to see the scarecrows, and it shows off our fantastic village and it’s community.[nl]
␣␣“There is no theme or restriction on what people can make, and it showcases the creative talent and the good sense of humour that we have here.[nl]
␣␣“There is lots of innovation, and previous designs have been excellent.”[nl]
␣␣Previous designs have included a scarecrow hanging horizontally off a lamppost with a sign attached grumbling about the weather, film stars and other amusing and creative designs.[nl]
␣␣Scarecrows will be displayed from Sunday, 1 July with a sister event, the wheelbarrow race, to be held on the Friday, 13 July, and the Grand Fete at Bridge Street Recreation Ground on the following Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with rock event Scarecrow Rocks on the Saturday evening.[nl]
␣␣Money raised from the event will be put back into the community, focusing on making money available for local sports and recreation.[nl]
␣␣For more information, visit overtonscarecrowfestival.uk or call Mr Williams on 01256 770434 or 07966921584 or Denise Williams for scarecrow making advice on 01256 770434 or 07787530677."
rdfs:label "Overton Scarecrow Festival to return for a fifth year"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15985159.Overton_students_raise_the_roof_at_the_O2
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rdfs:comment "CHILDREN travelled to London to sing in the Young Voices Concert.[nl]
␣␣On Thursday last week, a choir of Year 6 pupils from Overton CE Primary School was at the O2 Arena for the concert.[nl]
␣␣This year, the children performed with Natalie Williams, one of the UK’s most popular soul/jazz artists and singer-songwriter; The M4GNETS, vocal harmony and beatboxing performers, and Alfie Sheard, a 16-year-old acoustic guitarist.[nl]
␣␣Choir leaders, Mel Stewart and Amy Webb, said: “We have been privileged to work with such profession and enthusiastic children.[nl]
␣␣"We are incredibly proud of them.”"
rdfs:label "Overton CE Primary School students raise the roof at the O2"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15985984.Former_Advertiser_colleagues_meet_after_decades_for_reunion
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rdfs:comment "FORMER staff at the Andover Advertiser reunited at the Wolversdene Club on Friday last week to reflect on their times together.[nl]
␣␣Around 70 colleagues, some of which worked for the newspaper as far back as the 1970s at the Holmes & Son office, gathered to catch up with old friends in an evening that had been talked about for a decade.[nl]
␣␣Organisers Karen Pumfrey and Wendy Padley, former advertising managers at The Advertiser, decided to finally set up a reunion in October 2017 and were ‘gobsmacked’ with the final turnout.[nl]
␣␣Ms Pumfrey said: “We’ve been talking about this for ten years and we’ve finally done it.[nl]
␣␣“Honestly it just started off with thinking just a few people would be interested and then lots of people saying they would love to.[nl]
␣␣“It just spiralled, I’m so gobsmacked how many people turned up.[nl]
␣␣“When the AA was in the now Wetherspoons, we used to have a shop down there that sold stationery and crockery. All the girls who worked at the shop, they all turned up. It was so sweet, they are all in their 70s now.[nl]
␣␣“Everybody made it what it was, it was down to everybody putting the effort in.”[nl]
␣␣A slideshow was also presented to the group showing a throwback through the decades of the newspaper, up to the end of its London Street office days.[nl]
␣␣Editorial staff who joined the Friday night gathering included Joe Scicluna, Steve Dancey, Ann Shaw, Marie Spanswick and Joe Faretra.[nl]
␣␣Organisers hope to stage another reunion in the near future."
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15986094.Father_raises_concern_over_son__39_s_treatment_at_nightclub
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rdfs:comment "A CONCERNED father has expressed alarm at a town centre nightclub after it did not call an ambulance for his unconscious son on Saturday night.[nl]
␣␣The former nightclub medic, who wished not to be named, received a call from Cameo Andover staff at 12.09am on Saturday night, and told the family that their son was in the medical room and that they should come to collect him.[nl]
␣␣The 18-year-old's parents were also led to believe their son could have been spiked.[nl]
␣␣When the parents arrived at the London Street venue they saw him lying outside unconscious with one member of door staff at his head.[nl]
␣␣The dad said: “We found him unconscious on the floor outside covered in vomit, and I queried them why they hadn’t even called an ambulance and a female staff member said no do you want one? I think they were shocked I asked for one.[nl]
␣␣“I am trained as a medic so I was really shocked as I know how to deal with unconscious people. He was unresponsive to pain, completely unconscious.[nl]
␣␣“What would have happened if my son had died?”[nl]
␣␣An ambulance first responder and an ambulance attended the scene after being called at 1.01am.[nl]
␣␣The father said initially the clubber was to be taken to hospital in Winchester, but after treatment at the scene for around 40 minutes he was taken home.[nl]
␣␣While it was found that the man had not been spiked, his father has said “the big issue was why had the nightclub not even called anyone?”[nl]
␣␣In response to the incident a Cameo Andover spokesperson said: “The safety of our customers is always our main priority.[nl]
␣␣“When our team discovered an intoxicated customer, they provided immediate first aid and waited with him until his parents arrived.”"
rdfs:label "Father raises concern over son's treatment at Cameo Andover nightclub"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15986306.Network_of_First_World_War_training_trenches_mapped_at_Larkhill
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rdfs:comment "OVER 100 years of military history have now been mapped and preserved after a unique network of First World War training tunnels and trenches were uncovered at Larkhill.[nl]
␣␣In 1914 Salisbury Plain was one of the Army’s main training areas and the tunnels at Larkhill replicated the terrain and realities of trench warfare that soldiers would encounter on the battlefields of Europe.[nl]
␣␣In preparation for the building of 400 new Army family homes under the Army Basing programme, archaeologists worked alongside engineering specialists to investigate an underground First World War trench system, which represented the largest excavation of a First World War training system anywhere in the world.[nl]
␣␣The tunnels were mapped using laser technology that resulted in a comprehensive 3D presentation of the tunnel structures.[nl]
␣␣The mapping also provided a real life visualisation of the trench work providing ‘a window’ not only to the techniques used to construct them but also to lives of those who built them.[nl]
␣␣A wealth of prehistoric remains were also discovered at the site.[nl]
␣␣Martin Brown, principal archaeologist and conflict archaeology specialist at WYG, said: “Larkhill represents the largest single investigation of a First World War training site anywhere in the world and not only that, the discovery and recording of the tunnel systems revealed an aspect of training never seen before. We can see what those men went through here from the objects left in trenches, and how they learned the trade of soldiering.”[nl]
␣␣The ABP, WYG and Wessex Archaeology have been supported by a range of specialist contractors including Cundall.[nl]
␣␣Jim Allen, Partner and Head of Geotechnical Engineering at Cundall said: “It was a privilege and a pleasure for Cundall to be able to work on this incredibly challenging, interesting and evocative site to assist in rendering it a safe home for Services families while allowing due respect to be paid for those servicemen from the past who used this site for a very different purpose.”"
rdfs:label "Network of First World War training trenches mapped at Larkhill"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15986799.GALLERY__New_East_Anton_school_starts_to_take_shape
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rdfs:comment "A NEW school is starting to take shape as Hampshire County Council (HCC) continues building work of its multi-million pound project.[nl]
␣␣Architects at the authority's Hampshire Property Services have revealed photos that show the progress of the new £9.5m East Anton South primary school.[nl]
␣␣The council said the project is part of its biggest programme of school expansions in more than 30 years, and is one of the largest school building programmes in the UK.[nl]
␣␣The programme will help to create 17,720 new school places by September 2021.[nl]
␣␣As previously reported, planning permission for the town's new primary school was granted in April 2016 for a new two form-entry single-storey primary school with associated car parking and external works at East Anton Major Development Area (MDA).[nl]
␣␣The MDA site is located to the east of Icknield Way and is divided by Smannell Road, which separates the site into a northern and southern section.[nl]
␣␣The school is set to be located within the southern part of the MDA and would occupy an area of 2.8 hectares.[nl]
␣␣It will cater to a maximum of 420 pupils and lies approximately 800 metres south of Endeavour Primary School, which was constructed in 2011 to serve the northern half of the MDA."
rdfs:label "Hampshire County Council team reveals progress of new East Anton school"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15986872.Takeaway_reopens_with_environmental_make_over
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rdfs:comment "AN ESTABLISHED local takeaway has reopened after a three-week refurbishment.[nl]
␣␣Charcoal Grill, located at the entrance to The Mall on Bridge Street, has been serving up Kurdish & Turkish cuisine, alongside takeaway favourites, in Andover for 22-years.[nl]
␣␣Salman Gozlugol, the director of the business, is very pleased on the outcome and says that his "customers are loving the new look." He also wanted to pass on his thanks to customers "who were very patient with us throughout the refurbishment."[nl]
␣␣It's not just the look that has changed, the takeaway has also had an environmental make-over. "We have gone fully recyclable with our packaging. We now use biodegradable boxes for our meals and paper-bags on all orders." said Mr Gozlugol.[nl]
␣␣Charcoal Grill has also upgraded their menu selection, offering an increased number of vegetarian options, such as Grilled Halloumi or Falafel & Humus. According to a survey conducted by UK takeaway service Just Eat, 2017 saw a 987 percent increase in the demand for vegetarian options, prompting food providers to rethink their menus."
rdfs:label "Charcoal Grill Andover reopens"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15986960.Fat_pets__Search_is_on_to_find_the_chubbiest_animals_and_tackle_pet_obesity_crisis
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rdfs:comment ""THE search for the fattest pets is on".[nl]
␣␣They are the words of an animal welfare organisation as they look to tackle the obesity crisis of pets in the region.[nl]
␣␣The People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) say that a ‘couch-potato’ lifestyle and excessive food consumption is fuelling a four-legged crisis.[nl]
␣␣To help tackle the problem, the charity is searching for the chubbiest cats, dogs and rabbits in the south east as it launches its annual pet slimming contest.[nl]
␣␣Now in its 13th year, the national competition has helped 124 obese pets lose a total of 71 stone since its launch in 2005.[nl]
␣␣PDSA vet Rebecca Ashman said: “Sadly the UK’s pet population is suffering from an obesity epidemic.[nl]
␣␣“Latest scientific literature shows that at least a third of dogs and a quarter of cats are clinically overweight or obese, but the true figures could be as high as 40 per cent, making obesity one of the most common medical diseases seen by vets.[nl]
␣␣“It is a ticking time bomb that will have drastic consequences for our pets.”[nl]
␣␣Pets chosen for the fit club are placed on a six-month diet and exercise programme and overseen by vets and nurses.[nl]
␣␣Rebecca added: “Pets that couldn’t climb stairs or fit through cat flaps have been given a new lease of life.[nl]
␣␣“Prevention is definitely better than cure, but if owners are worries about their pet’s weight, it is never too late to do something about it.[nl]
␣␣“With the right advice, a good diet, suitable exercise and a bit of willpower, owners have the ability to make a real difference to their pet’s health, happiness and life expectancy.[nl]
␣␣“The charity is urging all owners with pets carrying a few too many pounds to enter them in pet fit club.”[nl]
␣␣Up to 15 overweight cats, dogs and rabbits will be chosen to take part.[nl]
␣␣Owners can apply online to be selected for the club at pdsa.org.uk/petfitclub."
rdfs:label "Fat pets: Search is on to find the chubbiest animals and tackle pet obesity crisis"
 
http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15987098.New_group_to_support_families_set_to_hold_first_event
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rdfs:comment "A NEW family support group is set to hold its first event later this month.[nl]
␣␣An Andover National Childbirth Trust (NCT) branch has launched and the committee is looking ahead to providing families with a support network and social events in the area.[nl]
␣␣Katherine Bird, co-coordinator of the branch, pictured, said: “I am delighted Andover now has its own NCT branch, to offer support to families with young children. [nl]
␣␣“A number of other services have been forced to close, so I am hoping that the NCT will offer information, support to families, and events for parents and babies to meet up. We are getting ready for our first Nearly New Sale, and are planning for our second Family Fun Day later in the year.”[nl]
␣␣The branch’s first charity fundraiser, a table top nearly new sale, is to take place on Sunday, 25 February at St Paul’s Church Hall. [nl]
␣␣Ann Barter, NCT south central regional volunteer, said: “NCT was a lifeline to me when we had our first baby, no family nearby and having moved to Andover for employment my friends were all working.[nl]
␣␣“With a baby who thought life was far too exciting to sleep, the NCT with its groups, activities, fun and friendship kept me sane.[nl]
␣␣“I have made some wonderful friends over the years through the NCT and am delighted that the branch is returning.” [nl]
␣␣There are also lots of opportunities to get involved in volunteering; either at fundraisers, coffee mornings or on the branch committee. [nl]
␣␣Paula Martin, NCT breastfeeding counsellor, said: “The support I received from the mums in the local NCT when I was negotiating the early days with a new baby was invaluable; just to know that I could go to a coffee morning or a bumps and babies group and know that there were people there who would understand and I could relax.[nl]
␣␣“I later trained to be a breastfeeding counsellor and received amazing training and a career where I can still support parents in those first few days and weeks. [nl]
␣␣“I am so thrilled that we now have a new Andover NCT for parents and parents-to-be in Andover.” [nl]
␣␣To book a table at the Nearly New Sale, email andovernct@gmail.com.[nl]
␣␣For more information, go to Andover’s NCT branch on Facebook at facebook.com/AndoverNCT/."
rdfs:label "New Andover National Childbirth Trust (NCT) branch set to hold first event"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15987196.Teacher_competes_in_Salisbury_does_Strictly_Come_Dancing_for_good_cause
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rdfs:comment "A Dance School teacher is raising money for charity by taking part in Salisbury does Strictly Come Dancing.[nl]
␣␣Liam Abram, of Showoff Dance School, is taking part in the dance competition to raise money for Salisbury Hospice charity.[nl]
␣␣Mr Abram founded Showoff dance six-years ago and since has been teaching students of all ages and choreographing routines across a plethora of genres.[nl]
␣␣The school runs from various village halls and community centres between Salisbury and Andover. They are planning to open a performing arts centre and dance studio in Tidworth in the foreseeable future.[nl]
␣␣The 29-year old Strictly fan was inspired to take part in the competition to raise money for a good cause. Dancing alongside him will be his student and longtime friend, 49-year old Sarah Hailstone. Mr Abram said :"I met her at my classes and we have been friends ever since. I have been teaching her for around 4 years now and I could not think of a better dance partner to dance alongside with."[nl]
␣␣Similar to the primetime television show, the couple were assigned a specific genre of dance to perform. Mr Abram added: "We have been given the Charleston as our chosen dance style. Luckily it's one of my favourites, full of energy, lots of character and just a little bit cheeky, a bit like me. I have created all of the choreography myself adding my own personal artistic flare to some very traditional moves from the 1920s."[nl]
␣␣10 couples will be competing at the event, judged by professional dancers Ian Waite and Kristina Rihanoff, both of whom have competed on Strictly Come Dancing. The celebrity judges will also be performing showcase dances throughout the evening.[nl]
␣␣Salisbury does Strictly will take place at The Stones Hotel, Highpost on Saturday, 10 March. All profits from the event will be donated to Salisbury Hospice Charity and Southern Spinal Injuries Trust. Liam and Sarah have set up a justgiving page to help raise money for Salisbury Hospice Charity, justgiving.com/fundraising/sarah-liam."
rdfs:label "Show Off Dance School teacher competes in Salisbury does Strictly Come Dancing"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15987892.Pair_of_flytippers_given_hefty_fines_for_dumping_waste_in_the_borough
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rdfs:comment "TWO flytippers who dumped rubbish in the borough have each been been ordered to pay more than £1,000 in fines and court costs.[nl]
␣␣Mark Francis Day, of Pilgrims Way, Andover, appeared at Basingstoke Magistrates Court on Thursday last week for fly tipping near the B3048 at Longparish in February last year.[nl]
␣␣He was fined £800, ordered to pay £62 compensation and £470 costs.[nl]
␣␣Test Valley Borough Council, which supported the prosecution, said Day had been employed following a social media conversation where he agreed to take household rubbish away for someone but dumped it in the countryside instead with the council able to bring the case to court because of evidence supplied by witnesses.[nl]
␣␣On the same day, the same court convicted another man, Ian Jolley, of Borkum Close, for fly tipping garden waste from his gardening business, this time in Enham Lane, Charlton in March last year[nl]
␣␣Jolley was fined £1,170, ordered to pay £18.25 compensation and £470 costs after the the council brought the case to court because of footage obtained using one of its covert camera systems designed to capture fly tippers in the act.[nl]
␣␣Councillor Graham Stallard, environmental portfolio holder at the borough council, said: “This was a great result in court and a testament to the hard work done by our environmental and legal teams. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the witnesses for coming forward and want this outcome to be a stark reminder that we will not tolerate fly tipping in our borough. All reports of fly tipping are investigated and will be taken through to prosecution with sufficient evidence. On this occasion the magistrates have also sent out a strong message with these heavy fines.”[nl]
␣␣The council has warned residents should be mindful about individuals advertising a ‘man and a van’ or ‘tip runs’ service, especially on social media, warning some advertise and take waste for a fee but fail to dispose of the waste responsibly.[nl]
␣␣Residents have a duty to ensure that their waste is disposed of properly.[nl]
␣␣The council advises residents to make sure they carry out checks on individuals who are employed to remove and dispose of waste on their behalf including recording a waste carrier’s licence number and asking where the waste is being disposed of, as well as recording the dates the individuals worked to remove the waste, their name, telephone number and vehicle registration number.[nl]
␣␣Flytipping incidents can be reported at testvalley.gov.uk/mytestvalley or by calling 01264 368000."
rdfs:label "Pair of flytippers given hefty fines for dumping waste in the borough"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15988156.Mums_praise_work_of_maternity_units_at_north_Hampshire_hospitals
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rdfs:comment "A SURVEY has revealed that women giving birth with Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust feel they are given information in a way they can understand and that their birthing partners are involved as much as they want them to be.[nl]
␣␣The 2017 Maternity Survey, part of the patient survey programme co-ordinated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), asked new mums to answer questions about different aspects of their care and treatment.[nl]
␣␣The report from the CQC shows how Hampshire Hospitals scored for each question in the survey compared with the range of results from all other trusts that took part. For each question, responses are converted into scores on a scale of zero to 10, with higher scores indicating more positive responses.[nl]
␣␣Hampshire Hospitals scored 9.7 out of 10 when mums were asked if their birthing partners were involved as much as they wanted them to be. The trust also scored 9.5 out of 10 when mums were asked if they were spoken to in a way they could understand.[nl]
␣␣The results for the trust, which runs Basingstoke hospital, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, in Winchester, and Andover War Memorial Hospital, are available on the CQC website. They also show that Hampshire Hospitals scored better than most other Trusts that took part in the survey in terms of mums feeling that their concerns were taken seriously during labour and birth.[nl]
␣␣Alex Whitfield, chief executive of HHFT said: “I’m delighted that new mums are happy with the way they are spoken to by our amazing maternity staff and that birthing partners are able to play as big a role as women want them to.[nl]
␣␣“It is fantastic to know that the dedication and teamwork shown by the staff in our maternity team is making a real difference to women and their families.[nl]
␣␣“We are always striving to improve and will use the survey results alongside other feedback to look at how we can make things even better for new mums.”[nl]
␣␣Visit www.cqc.org.uk/provider/RN5/survey/5 to view the full survey results."
rdfs:label "Mums praise work of maternity units at north Hampshire hospitals"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15988602.Police_officer_hailed_as_a__hero__after_saving_man_s_life
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rdfs:comment "A POLICE officer whose actions to save a man's life were "nothing short of heroic" has been recognised during a special ceremony.[nl]
␣␣Firearms officer PC Martin Parker was presented a Chief Constable Congratulations award by Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney.[nl]
␣␣Time was of the essence when PC Parker and his team were called to a man who had hung himself from a tree in Stockbridge last April.[nl]
␣␣With a ladder placed against the tree, PC Parker quickly climbed to the top and took the man’s weight, which was around 17 stone.[nl]
␣␣But, without warning, the ladder suddenly collapsed below them.[nl]
␣␣PC Parker not only managed to grab onto the tree, preventing himself from falling, he was also still able to support the man 30ft above the ground, knowing that any sudden movement would end in tragedy.[nl]
␣␣Fortunately his team were able to get the ladder back up and safely cut the man down.[nl]
␣␣A citation added: "The strength, courage and selflessness of PC Parker caring for the man and saving his life was beyond incredible.[nl]
␣␣"Congratulations to PC Martin Parker."[nl]
␣␣The Chief Constable’s Awards, held in Netley, recognises officers and members of the public for their remarkable acts of bravery and self-sacrifice that have saved lives and protected the vulnerable.[nl]
␣␣Chief constable Pinkney said: “It is with immense pride that I present these awards to our officers who have truly shown great courage and professionalism when faced with some truly terrible crimes.[nl]
␣␣“Every day our officers are working hard to make our communities safer and these examples show the lengths they are willing to go to in order to protect those they have promised to serve, often putting themselves in harm’s way without a second thought.[nl]
␣␣“From incredible displays of strength, to personal sacrifices to get the job done and running into danger when others are going in the opposite direction, it is clear these officers have gone above and beyond.[nl]
␣␣“Officers should not have to face the threat of violence when trying to do their job, but sadly this is not always the reality.[nl]
␣␣“Once again we have seen how our officers have refused to give up when confronted with such unacceptable aggression.[nl]
␣␣“It is important for me to celebrate these achievements and show people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight the exceptional work our officers are doing day in and day out to fight crime and protect the vulnerable.”[nl]
␣␣John Apter, chairman of Hampshire Police Federation, added: “Police officers never know what they will have to deal with when they come on duty and it appears from this award ceremony that acts of extreme bravery are all in a day’s work for those I am proud to represent.[nl]
␣␣“There is no greater achievement than saving the life of another person, those who have received awards not only saved lives but risked their own in doing so.[nl]
␣␣“Police officers don’t do what they do for thanks and recognition but when we see such acts of incredible bravery they deserve all the praise they get.”"
rdfs:label "Police officer hailed as a "hero" after saving man's life"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15989197.Death_of_ex_Marine_motorbike_racer_at_Thruxton_ruled_accidental_by_coroner
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rdfs:comment "A PROFESSIONAL motorbike racer who died after coming off his bike at a major Thruxton race sustained ‘unsurvivable injuries’ at the scene, a coroner has said.[nl]
␣␣Ex-Royal Marine Mark Fincham died after being thrown off his bike during a race in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 at Thruxton Circuit on Sunday, 6 August last year.[nl]
␣␣The 37-year-old was an amputee following a motor accident in 2007 and was a member of the True Heroes Racing team, which gives injured former military personnel competitive motorsport experience.[nl]
␣␣A report from teammate Jim Walker, read out at Mr Fincham’s inquest this morning, said Mr Walker was riding close behind Mr Fincham and was travelling about 40 to 60mph.[nl]
␣␣He said he saw Mr Fincham’s rear tyre spin out and the motorcyclist was flung off his bike and Mr Walker had “nowhere to go” but in to the path of Mr Fincham.[nl]
␣␣Mr Walker, who also came off his machine, said: “There was just nothing I could do to avoid him.”[nl]
␣␣Mr Fincham was coming round a bend, known as Club Chicane, in his third lap before ‘high-siding’, senior coroner Grahame Short heard at Winchester Coroner’s Court.[nl]
␣␣The court heard Mr Fincham’s acceleration round the chicane caused him to high-side, where the rear tire loses traction on the track, skids and then regains traction, forcing the rider to flip off the bike.[nl]
␣␣In another report, Marc Naughton, one of the first responders to the incident, said Mr Fincham was unconscious and that CPR was being performed as he arrived.[nl]
␣␣Mr Fincham was taken to the track’s medical centre but medics were unable to revive him.[nl]
␣␣The inquest also recorded the weather on the day was fine and dry, and both motorbikes and clothing had passed safety testing during the weekend.[nl]
␣␣A non-invasive examination showed Mr Fincham had suffered “significant” multiple injuries to his pelvis, spine and ribs.[nl]
␣␣In conclusion, Mr Short said crashes from high-speed racing were ‘relatively common and inevitable’ but that most were recoverable.[nl]
␣␣However Mr Short added: “Sadly in this case the injuries were unsurvivable and therefore [Mr Fincham] died as a result of his injuries.”[nl]
␣␣He believed most of Mr Fincham’s injuries came as a result of the first impact on the track but that the second impact from his teammate was also a factor.[nl]
␣␣He concluded by ruling the incident as an accidental death and offered his condolences to Mr Fincham’s family."
rdfs:label "Death of ex-Marine motorbike racer, Mark Fincham, at Thruxton ruled accidental by coroner"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15989899.Hampshire_lawyer_takes_on_role_with_CBI
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15990463.Picket_Piece_expansion_plans_refused_by_council
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rdfs:comment "PLANS to expand Picket Piece have taken a blow but a fresh proposal could yet be on the cards.[nl]
␣␣An application by Foreman Homes to build 22 homes on an area north of 10 Walworth Road has been turned down by Test Valley Borough Council.[nl]
␣␣It was refused by council planning chiefs for several reasons, including the building of certain plots being seen to be of “poor design that fails to improve the character of the area.”[nl]
␣␣The developer had also proposed to build 50 on-site parking spaces, but planning officers said the layout does not provide adequate and convenient parking and visitor parking would not have been attractive to all users, particularly those with mobility impairments.[nl]
␣␣A planning document said: “The proposed layout, siting and height of the dwellings in relation to the surrounding ground levels would create a cramped form of development with inadequate ability to provide sufficient landscaping to integrate, respect and complement the semi-rural character of the area.”[nl]
␣␣The plan was adjacent to another application in which Foreman Homes had proposed to build 91 homes, which has also been refused.[nl]
␣␣Steve Carrington, Foreman Homes Group planning director, said: “Whilst disappointed with the refusal, we remain keen to work with the council, and to deliver much-needed, good quality housing, and anticipate our coming back with a new scheme very shortly.[nl]
␣␣“We are keen to help beat the housing crisis that is currently affecting our country, and the only way to do that is to get on with building.[nl]
␣␣“As such, whilst this represents an unwelcome delay, we remain confident that a consent will be forthcoming in the following months, with our seeking to put a shovel in the ground shortly thereafter.”[nl]
␣␣Privacy was also an issue with the layout as the 22-home plan was deemed to not provide acceptable distances between plots to prevent mutual overlooking.[nl]
␣␣The site would also have “unacceptable” noise levels from nearby land uses, and the officers added the plan did not show evidence of searching for suitable alternatives in reducing noise impact.[nl]
␣␣Water management was another problem with officers saying insufficient information had been submitted to show the site would not increase the risk of flooding in the area.[nl]
␣␣The proposal also was deemed to place an “undue and unmitigated burden on existing education and community facilities”."
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15990476.Kingsway_Gardens_residents___nightmare__as_major_works_underway
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rdfs:comment "KINGSWAY gardens residents are spending weeks with restricted access to their garages, gardens and daily living as its freeholder continues its latest round of significant works to the estate.[nl]
␣␣Housing provider Aster Group has set up scaffolding around the blocks which residents say is causing serious disruption since work on some courts began last month.[nl]
␣␣Tudor Court resident Steve Loader told The Advertiser it is a “stressful time.”[nl]
␣␣He said: “Just before Christmas they started scaffolding on York Court and they had all the scaffolding up across my balcony, so I keep my curtains closed all the time and it's dark in there.[nl]
␣␣“Parking is also a big issue now, I can’t get into my garage where I’ve got my tools and it takes ages to walk round. We can’t park our cars by the garages, we have to park under trees where we keep getting excrement on our cars, which we have to put up with.[nl]
␣␣“It's an everyday inconvenience I need my garage clear, I need my tools I’m a builder, it's not good enough."[nl]
␣␣Aster are currently carrying out “long-term” works to each of the five Kingsway Garden blocks, which is expected to take 60 weeks to complete since it began in April last year.[nl]
␣␣The housing provider It issued each leaseholder with up to £27,000 bill for major maintenance works to be carried out on the estate, which is currently being disputed in an ongoing tribunal set to come to an end this month.[nl]
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␣␣Fellow Tudor Court resident Angela Thorpe said the worry of the bill and ongoing maintenance has caused her to “double her medication.”[nl]
␣␣Since the works started she is not allowed to access her garden between 9am and 5pm, leaving her dog, Babe, barking all day inside the house.[nl]
␣␣Ms Thorpe said: “It's a nightmare, I've got to live in the dark, I can’t open my curtains with blokes out the back and front of the flat, no curtains open at all.[nl]
␣␣“[Babe] isn't allowed in the garden, I have to keep her inside, of course she’s barking and barking, and I’m sitting in the dark, which is driving me mad and she’s driving me mad.[nl]
␣␣“You can’t imagine how wearing it is really, it's going to go on for weeks and weeks, and they are so far behind schedule I don’t think they are going to finish when they are supposed to.[nl]
␣␣“I take myself off to stay with friends at every opportunity. With the dog, the parking, the noise, I just have to get away. I can come home at weekends when there’s no building work.”[nl]
␣␣Aster has apologised for the impact the works are having on the area.[nl]
␣␣A spokesperson said: “Because of the type of work needed, we need to put scaffolding up at the front and rear of the buildings. This does mean that some garages can’t be accessed by vehicles whilst this work is being carried out, however it is possible to access most garages on foot.[nl]
␣␣“We try to give residents as much notice as possible when garage use is restricted and have given residents the option of using a garage in another block whilst access to their own is restricted.[nl]
␣␣“We know that parking is an issue, not just in Kingsway Gardens but in the area as a whole and we apologise for the impact the works are having on parking in the area.[nl]
␣␣“We’re working with the local school and with the local neighbourhood policing team to help find a solution and would ask that residents park considerately and avoid parking on paths and on grass verges.”"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15990497.Pet_boarding_business_awarded_council_grant_for_continued_success
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rdfs:comment "A NEW animal boarding business has been awarded a grant rewarding its continued success.[nl]
␣␣Contented Tails, a business offering its services to dog owners, allowing them to leave there four legged companions in good company while they are at work, on holiday or away from home, has been presented a Business Incentive Grant by Test Valley Borough Council.[nl]
␣␣Lucy Willis launched the business earlier this year to offer dog boarding, walking and home visits to pet owners who require assistance.[nl]
␣␣Councillor, Maureen Flood, who presented Ms Willis with the £750 grant said: “I’d like to congratulate Lucy on successfully launching Contented Tails. She has a lovely home where pets have company and can play with other dogs and toys.[nl]
␣␣"Lucy is passionate about pets and is building up a strong network of clients.”[nl]
␣␣Ms Willis added: “I’m pleased that I’ve been able to turn my passion into a business and help people who can’t be with their pets all the time.""
rdfs:label "Contented Tails awarded Business Incentive Award By Test Valley Borough Council"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/15990530.Disability_charity_gets_a_helping_hand_in_mini_makeover
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rdfs:comment "A DISABILITY charity got some helping hands with sprucing up part of its new café.[nl]
␣␣Enham Trust received the support of staff from the Co-op this week in painting its client and residents’ IT Discovery Centre and Library, part of Enham Trust’s Café which opened to the public on Friday.[nl]
␣␣A group of six Co-op employees from the firm’s Andover Business Park depot fulfilled a day of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) requirements to re-decorate and paint the room, with the support of Homebase in Andover, who donated paint and equipment for the makeover.[nl]
␣␣Kathryn Uren, engagement support assistant at the Co-op Andover depot, said: “As part of the Co-op groups commitment to support local communities throughout the UK, Andover distribution centre are committed to supporting the Test Valley area and beyond.[nl]
␣␣“The team had a great day and were very enthusiastic about doing the activity.”[nl]
␣␣“We were very pleased with the end result and would like to thank Enham Trust for this opportunity.”[nl]
␣␣Claire Chambers, income generation lead at Enham Trust said: “We really could not do without our volunteers at Enham Trust and our corporate volunteering days are really popular with local businesses, such as The Co-op who want to give back to their local community.”"
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http://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/regional/romsey/15918122.Body_found_near_Romsey_in_search_for_missing_woman
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Suffragettes v suffragists: Who won women the vote?[nl]
Reality Check: What if women couldn't vote?[nl]
How the Suffragettes woke us up[nl]
A year later, it was announced that more than 250,000 people, both men and women, had signed a petition against giving women the vote.Writing in The Queen in 1908, one "opponent", as they were described in the article, said they saw the campaign for the vote as a "prelude to a social revolution" that would set society back."We believe in the division of functions as the keystone of civilisation," the piece continued."It is as if the animals on the farm should insist on changing places - the cows insist upon drawing the coach, while the horses strive in vain to chew the cud and ruminate."[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Historian Kathy Atherton says people nowadays can find it "surprising" that women were involved in an anti-suffrage movement, but that it's important to "put yourself in their shoes"."There would have been a general acceptance that women were intellectually inferior and emotional - and women would have believed that as well as men - so they didn't have the capacity to make political judgements," she says."It's a really hierarchical society and the white male is at the top of the heap."There's a fear that you're upsetting the natural order of things, even going so far as thinking the colonies would be affected if they felt that Britain was being ruled by women."[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣"One of the arguments that some of these anti-suffrage campaigners put forward was that if we give British women the vote - and they would very specifically use the example of India - Indian men and women won't like it," says Dr Sumita Mukherjee from the University of Bristol.At the time, India was ruled by the British Empire so power was exerted by the government in London and, by default, those who voted for them in the first place."They [the anti-suffrage movement] used this assumption that colonial subjects were very patriarchal themselves and they wouldn't like it if women had the vote in Britain," says Dr Mukherjee."The counter-argument was that there had been a female queen, Queen Victoria. She'd been Empress of the British Empire and most subjects hadn't kicked up a fuss about having an empress so why would they kick up a fuss about British women having a vote?"[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣There were also arguments much closer to home.Historical author Elizabeth Crawford says there was a genuine concern at the time that giving women the vote would "destroy families"."They thought it would cause dissension in the home if a man wanted to vote conservative and his wife liberal," she says.The writer in The Queen magazine said the suffragettes were "irresponsible" in forcing the vote on wives and mothers."It is a vast upheaval of social institutions and habits, which must cut into the peace and well-being of families and harm the education of children," the article claimed.A leaflet from 1909 held in The Woman's Library puts forward an argument that women have "neither capacity nor leisure" to vote."Women are more easily swayed by sentiment, less open to reason, less logical, keener in intuition, more sensitive than men," the writer claims."The qualities in which their minds excel are those least required in politics; their strong points are wasted or harmful there."[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Both sides of the campaign produced artwork and slogans to promote their points of view."They [the anti-suffrage images] are portraying the suffragettes as being absolute harridans, slovenly housewives, appalling mothers, that they were ugly, that they looked like men, that they were lesbians," says Ms Atherton."It's very much like the Twitter campaigns that you get at the moment, whenever a high-profile woman says something of a feminist nature."[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Prof June Purvis of the University of Portsmouth has collected many postcards printed with anti-suffrage messages and imagery."I was quite fascinated by these postcards because not many people have done research on them, and I thought they were telling a message of how difficult it was for women at that time to be taken seriously," she says.A number of the examples in her collection still have original writing on the back, many of which don't explicitly refer to the image on the front."In the early 20th century postcards were big business," says Prof Purvis."I think the people who bought them were sending a normal message [for example arranging to meet up], like how we now use email."[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣For Prof Purvis, one of the stand-out postcards shows a group of women, supposedly in the House of Commons, showing what a future with women in Parliament would be like.In the image, one woman is staring into a hand mirror, while another reads a book in the corner and yet another has brought her baby with her."That postcard really portrays the cultural fear at the time, that if women got the vote, they may then ask to be allowed to stand for Parliament and this is going to upset the whole gender order."In November 1918 women were granted the right to stand for election for the first time. [nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣What is 100 women?BBC 100 Women names 100 influential and inspirational women around the world every year and shares their stories. Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and use #100WomenOther stories you might like:Egypt's first female Premier League footballer'Why I invented the glass ceiling phrase'100 Women Challenge highlights"
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Places across England that shaped the country's music and literature include the wild moors of West Yorkshire, a wartime swing and jazz club in London and a timbered house in Warwickshire.According to a conservation charity, these are the locations that have "witnessed creativity and will continue to inspire generations of people". So from the windswept parsonage where the Bronte sisters grew up to Manchester's cathedral to rave culture, here are the country's top literary and musical locations as selected by Historic England.The Haçienda, Manchester[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Opening on 21 May 1982, the Haçienda was home to the "mad for it" Manchester scene of the 1980s and 90s. Although most famous for rave, the club also played indie, Motown and Northern Soul - all with a Mancunian twist. [nl]
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The Smiths performed there three times in 1983 and it hosted Madonna's first UK gig in 1984. Two years later, it became one of the first British clubs to start playing house music. It became renowned for intense, drug-fuelled nights and ultimately closed its doors in 1997. Physical remnants can still be found in the Manchester museum of Science and Industry and Peter Hook, bassist of the band New Order which part-owned the Haçienda, had some guitars made out of the dancefloor floorboards, complete with stiletto marks and cigarette burns. Film pieces together Hacienda historyJane Austen's House, Chawton, Hampshire[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Jane Austen lived here for the last eight years of her life. It's where Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice and Northanger Abbey were refined and finished; and Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion were written.Her works interpret and satirise England's middle and upper classes, for whom class and money dictated prospects and social standing. With biting irony, Austen used her novels to comment on society, people and the events she observed in her corner of the world. Austen lived a happy but humble life in Hampshire, where she, her mother and sisters depended on their brother, who had inherited a vast estate, and the dependence of women on marriage for economic security is a common theme in her works.Jane Austen fan's favourite passages[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣The 100 Club started life as the Feldman Swing Club in 1942, midway through World War Two. Working life continued in the capital during the conflict and people needed to keep their spirits up on the home front. It was set up by a Jewish garment worker called Robert Feldman, who passed a basement restaurant on his way home and stopped for a cup of tea. He decided it would make a great music venue. The club had a socially liberal door policy and was where people simply went to dance and forget about war for the night. After the war the club continued to be a top jazz-swing spot - even Louis Armstrong dropped by for a visit. In the 1970s it hosted the first UK punk festival, which featured the Sex Pistols and The Clash, and has seen gigs by The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and Bob Dylan. Sex Pistols: Anarchy in the UK and the tour they tried to ban[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Eric Arthur Blair - better known as George Orwell - moved with his family to Canonbury Square in 1944, after a bomb destroyed their home in Kilburn. These once tatty-looking tenement buildings helped inspire the "decaying home" in Nineteen Eighty Four, which Orwell started writing while there. Educated at Eton, Orwell rejected a life of academia, choosing instead to join the imperial police force in Burma where he became revolted by Britain's oppressive rule. After resigning, he lived in poor areas of east London, washed dishes in Paris and worked on hop farms in Kent, all with the aim of escaping the bourgeois lifestyle he resented.How George Orwell influenced the 21st Century pub[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Abbey Road will forever be associated with The Beatles. They made its Studio 2 their own, and the studios were even renamed after their 11th album, Abbey Road - the last album to include all four band members. But the studios are more than The Beatles. Abbey Road has been a temple of pop music throughout the 20th Century.␣␣Since 1931, the site has been the recording place for a range of artists from the pioneering jazz singer Adelaide Hall, to Pink Floyd, Kate Bush, Duran Duran, Radiohead, Coldplay, Oasis and Kanye West.Paul McCartney crossed Abbey Road dressed as a werewolf[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Two blue plaques mark two great musicians who lived here, 200 years apart. George Frideric Handel lived at number 25 from 1723 to 1759 and Jimi Hendrix at number 23 from 1968-69. Handel was perhaps most famous for his Messiah, Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks. You might also like:[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Charles Dickens wrote two of his best-loved novels here, Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby. When he moved to the street in 1837, London's population was at a record 1.65 million.It was a time of evolving humanitarian and social philosophies, when the Chartism movement aimed to gain political rights and influence for the working classes. Is Dickens' ghost, Jacob Marley based on Cornish surgeon?[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Chetham's Library opened its doors nearly 350 years ago and is the oldest free public reference library in the English-speaking world. It holds more than 100,000 volumes of printed books as well as manuscript diaries, letters and deeds, prints and paintings. Broadside ballads at Chetham's: When the news was spread through songEstablished in 1655 by Humphrey Chetham for scholars and the education of "the sons of honest, industrious and painful parents", the library has been in continuous use ever since, today operating as an independent charity, open to readers and visitors free of charge. The library was also the meeting place of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels when Marx visited Manchester in the summer of 1845. Here the pair would meet in a window seat and carry out research which ultimately led to their work on The Communist Manifesto."
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣A former Royal Marine killed in a British Superbike race was accidentally run over by a team-mate who was following behind, an inquest has heard.Left-leg amputee Mark Fincham, 37, was racing for the True Heroes team, which gives injured military veterans motorsport experience, in August.Rider Jim Walker said he hit his team-mate after Mr Fincham came off his bike at Thruxton Circuit in Hampshire.Coroner Grahame Short recorded a verdict of accidental death.In a statement, Mr Walker described how Mr Fincham, from King's Lynn in Norfolk, was thrown from his BMW 1000 superbike after the rear wheel began to slide.[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣A video played in court showed both riders cannoning into foam barriers in front of spectators.Paramedics immediately commenced CPR at the side of the track but Mr Fincham, who had his left leg amputated after a crash in 2007, was pronounced dead at the circuit's medical centre 40 minutes later.Coroner Mr Short said the initial crash was caused by "highsiding", where the rear wheel began to slide and suddenly regained traction, throwing Mr Fincham off.He said Mr Fincham died from "unsurvivable" internal injuries and ruled that the death was as a "combined result" of the crash and the subsequent collision with Mr Walker, who was uninjured.[nl]
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␣␣␣␣␣␣␣␣Members of Mr Fincham's family, who were at the inquest, made no comment after the hearing.In a previous tribute, they said: "Our world has fallen apart, we as a family are completely and utterly heartbroken."We have lost a totally amazing son, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and boyfriend, who lived his life to fullest no matter what it threw at him.""
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rdfs:comment "Mohamed Salah has scored 11 goals away from home this season - only Luis Suarez (14 in 2013-14) has more in one season for Liverpool Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino claimed the "biggest defeat" his side suffered in their loss to Liverpool was "the character we showed in the second half".Liverpool moved to within two points of second-placed Manchester United after goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah secured a comfortable victory.Brazil forward Firmino gave Liverpool an early lead with his 20th goal of the season when he finished off a counter attack after being teed up by Salah.[nl]
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Southampton then twice brought saves out of Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius, before Liverpool added a second through Salah after he exchanged passes with Firmino.It was the Egypt international's 29th goal of the season for the club from 36 appearances.Liverpool looked the more likely to score again after half-time as Southampton rarely threatened."The second half was really bad. The people see our reaction on the pitch and the players feel the reaction," Pellegrino said."The anxiety in my players was really high. We understand the emotions of the fans but we have to keep going."The win ensured Liverpool took advantage of Manchester United's 1-0 defeat by Newcastle earlier on Sunday and leapfrogged Tottenham back into third place.Southampton drop into the relegation zone, a point behind Huddersfield who beat Bournemouth 4-1, with further scrutiny of Pellegrino's position likely.Listen to 5 live's Football Daily podcastVan Dijk keeps his cool[nl]
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Karius builds case to start in PortoLiverpool manager Klopp has rotated goalkeepers Karius and Simon Mignolet according to competition this season.Whichever man has not been first choice in the Premier League has instead started in the Champions League.Klopp stated last month that Karius would be his first choice for league matches, but under his policy to date Mignolet would return in goal for the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie away to Porto.However, the impressive display by Karius at St Mary's will surely prompt Klopp to rethink his approach, particularly as the European competition represents Liverpool's last hope of a trophy this season.With Liverpool 1-0 up against the Saints the German made two fine saves - narrowing the angle to block a Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg shot and tipping a James Ward-Prowse header over the crossbar - while his quick distribution played a part in Firmino's opening goal.Will Klopp now risk bringing back Mignolet for such an pivotal game on Wednesday? If he does bank on Karius in Portugal, it could well signal the end of Mignolet's Anfield career given the Belgian's desire to play regularly.'We don't have normal weekends anymore'[nl]
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "It was not a brilliant performance, not everything worked quite well, the wind was quite strange. It was difficult circumstances and we did the job. That is very important."We scored early, got the second goal in the right moment and then controlled the game."We don't have normal weekends anymore. We want to finish the season top four and we need the points. I don't think nine points from Arsenal is enough to have rest but it is nine points. There is a lot to go for and we will try to carry on like today."Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah: "I said in beginning, I always try to help the team. When you score of course you help the team. "So I'm not surprised, but we need to forget about the past and keep looking forward. We have more league games and the Champions League."Man of the match - Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)[nl]
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Mohamed Salah has been directly involved in 29 Premier League goals this season (22 goals, 7 assists), the most by a Liverpool player in their debut season.Salah has scored 19 left-footed goals in the Premier League this term - the joint-most by a player in a single season, alongside Robbie Fowler for Liverpool in 1994-95.Only twice in the past 16 seasons have Liverpool seen two players score 20 times in a campaign in all competitions. Salah has 28 and Roberto Firmino 20.What next?Liverpool travel to Porto for the first leg of the Champions League last-16 tie at the Estadio do Dragao on Wednesday (19:45 GMT). Southampton are in FA Cup action on Saturday (15:00 GMT) when they face West Brom in a fifth-round tie at The Hawthorns.Line-upsMatch StatsLive TextLine-upsSouthampton13McCarthy2Soares5Stephens6Hoedt21Bertrand14RomeuBooked at 62minsSubstituted forDavisat 80'minutes18LeminaSubstituted forBoufalat 57'minutes16Ward-ProwseSubstituted forLongat 71'minutes23Højbjerg11Tadic9CarrilloSubstitutes3Yoshida7Long8Davis19Boufal20Gabbiadini22Redmond44ForsterLiverpool1Karius66Alexander-Arnold32MatipBooked at 37mins4van Dijk26Robertson21Oxlade-ChamberlainSubstituted forMilnerat 60'minutes23CanBooked at 47mins5Wijnaldum11SalahSubstituted forLovrenat 89'minutes9FirminoSubstituted forLallanaat 79'minutes19ManéSubstitutes6Lovren7Milner18Moreno20Lallana22Mignolet28Ings29SolankeReferee:Martin AtkinsonAttendance:31,915Match StatsHome TeamSouthamptonAway TeamLiverpoolPossessionHome52%Away48%ShotsHome6Away16Shots on TargetHome4Away4CornersHome3Away1FoulsHome5Away8Live TextPosted at␣␣␣Match ends, Southampton 0, Liverpool 2.Full TimePosted at 90'+5' Second Half ends, Southampton 0, Liverpool 2.Posted at 90'+2' Foul by Emre Can (Liverpool).Posted at 90'+2' Shane Long (Southampton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.SubstitutionPosted at 89' Substitution, Liverpool. Dejan Lovren replaces Mohamed Salah.Posted at 85' Attempt missed. Adam Lallana (Liverpool) left footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Mohamed Salah with a through ball.Posted at 85' Foul by Wesley Hoedt (Southampton).Posted at 85' Adam Lallana (Liverpool) wins a free kick in the attacking half.SubstitutionPosted at 80' Substitution, Southampton. Steven Davis replaces Oriol Romeu.Posted at 79' Cédric Soares (Southampton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.Posted at 79' Foul by Sadio Mané (Liverpool).SubstitutionPosted at 79' Substitution, Liverpool. Adam Lallana replaces Roberto Firmino.Posted at 78' Attempt blocked. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.Posted at 76' Attempt missed. Sadio Mané (Liverpool) left footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Roberto Firmino.Posted at 74' Attempt blocked. Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.Posted at 74' Attempt blocked. Sadio Mané (Liverpool) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Virgil van Dijk.SubstitutionPosted at 71' Substitution, Southampton. Shane Long replaces James Ward-Prowse.Posted at 71' Attempt missed. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) left footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right.Posted at 70' Attempt saved. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Sadio Mané.Posted at 67' Offside, Southampton. Guido Carrillo tries a through ball, but Dusan Tadic is caught offside.Posted at 66' Attempt missed. Emre Can (Liverpool) left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left.Posted at 63' Attempt missed. Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Mohamed Salah.BookingPosted at 62' Oriol Romeu (Southampton) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.Posted at 62' Foul by Oriol Romeu (Southampton).Posted at 62' James Milner (Liverpool) wins a free kick in the defensive half.SubstitutionPosted at 60' Substitution, Liverpool. James Milner replaces Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.Posted at 59' Attempt missed. Wesley Hoedt (Southampton) left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by James Ward-Prowse with a cross following a set piece situation.Posted at 58' Dusan Tadic (Southampton) wins a free kick on the left wing.Posted at 58' Foul by Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool).SubstitutionPosted at 57' Substitution, Southampton. Sofiane Boufal replaces Mario Lemina because of an injury.Posted at 55' Foul by Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (Southampton).Posted at 55' Emre Can (Liverpool) wins a free kick in the attacking half.Posted at 50' Attempt missed. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) left footed shot from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Sadio Mané.Posted at 50' Attempt blocked. Sadio Mané (Liverpool) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Roberto Firmino.Posted at 50' Delay over. They are ready to continue.Posted at 49' Delay in match Mario Lemina (Southampton) because of an injury.Posted at 49' Dusan Tadic (Southampton) wins a free kick on the left wing.Posted at 49' Foul by Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool).Posted at 47' Offside, Southampton. Ryan Bertrand tries a through ball, but Jack Stephens is caught offside.BookingPosted at 47' Emre Can (Liverpool) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.Show more updatesgoal"
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rdfs:comment "Stewart Donald has been chairman of Eastleigh since November 2011Eastleigh chairman Stewart Donald has conceded he thought he could "buy his way out" of the National League.Donald has had to rein in spending on transfers and wages this season."I got carried away in the past," he told BBC Radio Solent. "Last month we lost out on a couple of players as their wage demands were way too high."[nl]
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The Spitfires lost for the first time under manager Andy Hessenthaler on Saturday at home to Boreham Wood to dent their promotion play-off hopes.Eastleigh have changed managers frequently in recent seasons as Donald has tried to get the Hampshire club promoted to the English Football League (EFL).Hear more on this and other non-league stories in the BBC Radio Solent Non-League Football Podcast.Richard Hill moved upstairs in December to become director of football with his former assistant manager Hessenthaler taking charge."I thought I could buy my way out of the league before," Donald said. "But, the reality is you just can't and it's just not sustainable in the long-term."With loan players we've brought in lately, the parent clubs have to realise they need to contribute more towards the wages to allow them to come here."That's starting to make a difference and we just have to hold firm."Eastleigh are 12th in the National League, eight points outside the play-off places with 13 games remaining."
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986162.Liam_branded_a_hero_after_call_that_saved_his_mum__39_s_life
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rdfs:comment "A HERO son with disabilities “saved his mother’s life” after she fell into a diabetic coma.[nl]
␣␣Liam McCormick, who has autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and severe anxiety, called police when he found mum Belinda Felton lying on the living room floor unconscious on January 6.[nl]
␣␣Thanks to quick-thinking Liam, police were able to send an ambulance to their home in Sissinghurst Close, Weston.[nl]
␣␣The 23-year-old is an avid fan of TV show Casualty and Belinda, 55, believes his love of the programme helped him save her life.[nl]
␣␣“Liam watches Casualty and is obsessed with it so I think he’s learned what to do in an emergency through that,” she said.[nl]
␣␣“The last thing I remember is having my friends over on Friday night.The next thing I know I am in intensive care with my brother and two sons by my side.[nl]
␣␣“Liam found me on the floor and wasn’t able to wake me, so he called the police and said to them ‘I’ve lost my dad, lost my nan and now I’m going to lose my mum’.”[nl]
␣␣She added: “Apparently, I went into a diabetic shock and I coughed up blood and everything.[nl]
␣␣Belinda said the last year has been tough for her, Liam and his brother James, 30.[nl]
␣␣Her mother died in November after she had cared for her for the last 13 months.[nl]
␣␣As well as this, her two sons – who were clients of Kentish Road respite centre before it was closed by Southampton City Council in December – have moved to different places to cater for their needs.[nl]
␣␣Liam now attends Eastleigh College, where he is completing a life skills course.[nl]
␣␣Belinda spent 11 days in intensive care but is now at home.[nl]
␣␣Belinda said: “For Liam to do something like this is incredible for him because he is quite shy and has real anxiety in situations like this.[nl]
␣␣“I literally died and they bought me back to life and it was all down to Liam. He saved my life and is a hero.”[nl]
␣␣She added: “I also want to find out who the ambulances drivers were because without them I wouldn’t be here.[nl]
␣␣“It’s all a blank but I thankfully Liam saved me.”"
rdfs:label "Disabled Liam McCormick branded a hero after call that saved his Weston mum's life"
 
http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986172.REVEALED__Months_of_traffic_misery_as___139m_smart_motorway_scheme_unveiled
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rdfs:comment "DRIVERS are bracing themselves for years of disruption, as highways bosses plan to turn a 10-mile stretch of the M3 into a ‘smart’ motorway.[nl]
␣␣The £139 million project would be one of the biggest road schemes undertaken in south Hampshire in recent years, converting both carriageways between junction nine at Winchester and junction 14 at Eastleigh into so-called 'smart motorways'.[nl]
␣␣But the works are expected to clash with two other major road schemes, with fears motorists might be “caught up in miles upon miles of cones and narrow lanes”.[nl]
␣␣Highways England says the hard shoulder would be turned into a fourth lane to improve traffic flow, while emergency refuge areas would also be fitted along the length of the scheme.[nl]
␣␣New CCTV cameras and electronic information signs would also be installed.[nl]
␣␣As a result, highways bosses claim the scheme, which will start in March 2020 and last two years, will provide greater capacity, improve traffic flow, cut journey times and reduce accidents.[nl]
␣␣Meanwhile, the M27 will be upgraded between junctions four and 11, between March this year and March 2021.[nl]
␣␣There are also improvements planned at junction nine of the M3 near Winchester, joining it with the A34, from March 2021 to March 2023.[nl]
␣␣Jack Cousens, head of roads policy for the AA, said: “Roadworks are a pain at the best of times, but three major schemes in close proximity to each other and running at the same time may be rather excessive. We hope that Highways England can find ways to mitigate a worst case scenario where drivers are caught up in miles upon miles of cones and narrow lanes.”[nl]
␣␣Councillor Sean Woodward, leader of Fareham Borough Council and director of the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “It is going to have a significant impact on commuter journeys and cause congestion but... it’s going the improve our motorway capacity by a third.”[nl]
␣␣Eastleigh MP Mims Davies added: “My constituents regularly speak with me over the constant queues of traffic across the Eastleigh constituency. I therefore welcome the introduction of smart motorway schemes.”[nl]
␣␣A Highways England spokesperson said: “We are currently designing the smart motorway.[nl]
␣␣"We have begun discussions with local authorities and technical stakeholders and will continue our design work and environmental assessments.[nl]
␣␣“Smart motorways cut congestion and lead to safer, quicker, more reliable and better journeys for motorists.[nl]
␣␣“We always work hard to keep traffic moving during roadworks and try to keep delays to an absolute minimum.”[nl]
␣␣The scheme will be the second on the M3 after a 13-mile stretch between Farnborough and the M25 was upgraded at a cost of £174m between 2014 and 2017."
rdfs:label "Months of traffic misery as £139m M3 smart motorway scheme unveiled"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986180.One_of_Southampton_s_poorest_performing_schools_is_being_turned_into_an_academy
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rdfs:comment "A SOUTHAMPTON school will become an academy the Daily Echo can reveal.[nl]
␣␣The Sholing Technology College will become the 50th school in the country to be run by the Oasis Community Learning and the fifth city secondary school to become an academy.[nl]
␣␣As previously reported the school came second to last in the city’s latest league tables, with a 31 per cent of its 198 pupils getting grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSE.[nl]
␣␣But in October last year government inspectors brought the school out of special measures, after saying it was “inadequate” across the board in May 2016.[nl]
␣␣Now the Department for Education have asked Oasis to step in - and managers at the Christian charity say they are “delighted”.[nl]
␣␣But they haven’t confirmed if current head teacher Martin Brown (right) will stay.[nl]
␣␣Phil Humphreys (above), executive head teacher of Oasis Academies Lord’s Hill and Mayfield, will now also provide “strategic leadership” at TSTC.[nl]
␣␣A statement from Oasis said: “We cannot comment on individual job roles. We can confirm that the existing headteacher of Sholing, and all staff, have the right of transfer into the new Academy.”[nl]
␣␣Oasis regional director Mathew Butler said: “At Oasis we have a vision to provide exceptional education at the heart of the community. We are delighted that TSTC will be joining the Oasis family.”[nl]
␣␣Ian Golding was head teacher at Lord’s Hill and is still employed by Oasis but is currently on secondment to Parkfield free School in Bournemouth - which itself is caught up in controversy after being asked to repay £772,000 in grant money to the Education and Skills Funding Agency after receiving grant for more pupils than it enrolled. Oasis said the charity is “not in a position to comment on the operations of another trust.”[nl]
␣␣Claire Taylor is currently principal at Mayfield Academy.[nl]
␣␣TSTC is part of an £8m pound investment programme across three city schools that will see condemned buildings at its site rebuilt.[nl]
␣␣Martin Brown was contacted for a comment but did not reply.[nl]
␣␣Oasis schools are part of the Oasis Charitable Trust - a Christian movement and group of charities and social enterprises working in 11 countries.[nl]
␣␣Oasis Mayfield and Lord’s Hill came seventh and eighth out of 12 city schools in the latest league tables. TSTC is now the fifth city school to become an academy.[nl]
␣␣City education boss Councillor Darren Paffey did not respond to a request for comment."
rdfs:label "Sholing Technology College to become an Oasis Community Learning academy following poor results"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986182.Debenhams_refuses_to_confirm_whether_Winchester_staff_are_at_risk_____or_even_if_the_store_will_stay_open
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rdfs:comment "A MAJOR high street store has declined to say whether staff in Winchester are at risk, or even if the city’s store will stay open, as part of a national restructure.[nl]
␣␣Debenhams, which has a store in Winchester High Street, is set to slash 320 UK store management roles to save money after poor sales figures were revealed.[nl]
␣␣The chain, which also has branches in Southampton, Basingstoke and Fareham, said the restructuring efforts would bring “significant cost savings”.[nl]
␣␣Now it has refused to confirm the future of its Winchester branch.[nl]
␣␣When asked by our reporter if any staff in the city would be affected by the restructure, or whether the store would be closing, a spokesman said: “As part of the implementation of the Debenhams redesigned strategy a review of our store structure has been undertaken.[nl]
␣␣“The review has identified significant cost savings by reducing the complexity of management roles in stores as well as processes to optimise and standardise ways of working.[nl]
␣␣“The effect is that potentially 320 positions are at risk of redundancy – approximately 25% of store management roles. We are currently consulting with individuals affected and will seek redeployment opportunities where possible.[nl]
␣␣“We envisage our new structure being fully in place by the end of March.”[nl]
␣␣Debenhams saw its share price fall by as much as 24% last month after warnings were issued over profits and prices were slashed in a bid to boost lacklustre festive sales.[nl]
␣␣The chain revealed that UK like-for-like sales had dropped 2.6% in the 17 weeks to December 30, with overall group sales down 1.8%.[nl]
␣␣As a result, it aims to make £10 million in savings for this financial year and £20 million extra annually under a reorganisation led by chief executive Sergio Bucher.[nl]
␣␣The news comes after fellow high street giant TK Maxx announced that its new Winchester store will being opening on March 8 in The Brooks Shopping Centre, while last summer neighbouring store Next quit the High Street, with plans currently being consulted over to convert it into a Travelodge hotel."
rdfs:label "Debenhams refuses to confirm whether Winchester staff are at risk – or even if the store will stay open"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986185.MP_bids_to_save_M_S_store_from_closure
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rdfs:comment "A HAMPSHIRE MP has written to the boss of Marks & Spencer urging him to rethink the closure of a store in her constituency which could result in the loss of almost 60 jobs.[nl]
␣␣Fareham MP Suella Fernandes has appealed M&S chairman Archie Norman to reconsider the company’s plans shut its Fareham branch[nl]
␣␣Ms Fernandes said: “M&S is one of the main retailers at Fareham Shopping Centre, helping to make it as thriving as it is as well as being popular with local customers.[nl]
␣␣“It would be a great shame to see it leave and it would be a disaster for the 58 people employed there. I have requested greater clarity on the future of staff at the branch and how they will be supported if the plans go ahead.’[nl]
␣␣M&S’s decision is a further blow to the shoppin centre which lost another big name - BHS - in 2016.[nl]
␣␣In her letter the MP says: “Marks & Spencer in Fareham Shopping Centre is a vibrant and lively store providing high quality good to the local community. Having visited the store this week, I know that many people in Fareham, as well as the 58 employees at the store, will feel aggrieved.[nl]
␣␣“Please can you review this decision and place ore weight on the fact that a thriving shopping centre like Fareham’s depends heavily on a successful Marks & Spencer’s branch and contributes to the quality of our community.”[nl]
␣␣M&S announced plans to close 14 shops earlier this week in the wake of falling profits and a poor performance over Christmas where both sales in clothing and its normally reliable food section were both down..[nl]
␣␣Among the others set for the chop are Bournemouth and Andover.[nl]
␣␣Bournemotuh is due to close in April but no date has been set for Fareham or Andover.[nl]
␣␣Following the announcement Sacha Berendji, director of retail at Marks & Spencer, said:We’re committed to transforming M&S for our customers, colleagues and shareholders.[nl]
␣␣“Stores will always be an integral part of our customer experience, alongside M&S.com, but we have to ensure we have the right offer in the right locations.”[nl]
␣␣“We don’t want any colleagues to leave M&S and we will work with each colleague individually on what is best for them as we endeavour to give everyone a role.[nl]
␣␣The retailer also said that it has “reassessed and reduced” its Simply Food opening programme, and now only plans to open a total of 36 owned and franchise stores over the next six months.[nl]
␣␣M&S currently has 1,025 stores in the UK, comprising 302 clothing, home and food shops, 684 food-only premises and 39 outlets."
rdfs:label "Fareham MP Suella Fernandes writes to Marks & Spencer boss in bid to save town's store"
 
http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986189.New___1million_cocktail_bar_and_nightclub_coming_to_Southampton
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rdfs:comment "A £1 MILLION cocktail bar and nightclub is set to open in Southampton later this year after plans were given the green light.[nl]
␣␣Revoluciòn de Cuba is to invest more than £1m on a new three-floor bar and nightclub on Above Bar Street in Southampton.[nl]
␣␣The venue would be located in the former Lloyds bank and Millets store at the junction with Civic Centre Road.[nl]
␣␣The brand, owned by Revolution Bars Group, focuses on selling premium Cuban rums and ‘creative, handmade cocktails’, with food influences from across Latin America and weekly live music.[nl]
␣␣Currently, the Latin-themed bar chain has 13 premises across the UK including Derby, Manchester, Norwich, Glasgow, and Sheffield which, when opened, have typically created between 50 and 100 jobs each.[nl]
␣␣Under the company’s plans for Southampton, the 9,074sqft bar and nightclub will be spread over three floors and would open between 11am and 1am seven days a week.[nl]
␣␣A Statement for the Revolution Bars Group confirmed that they were looking to open  in Southampton. [nl]
␣␣“Our stated strategy is to open six new bars each year and we have more than doubled the number of Revolución de Cuba’s in little over 18 months, a testament to the strength of the concept and brand.”[nl]
␣␣In a statement issued on behalf of Revoluciòn de Cuba, Firstplan, the planning consultants said the plans would “contribute to the vibrancy of the area”.[nl]
␣␣Councillor Satvir Kaur, culture and leisure portfolio holder on Southampton City Council, welcomed the plans.[nl]
␣␣Cllr Kaur said: “No-one likes to see empty properties on our High Street, so it’s encouraging that businesses are interested in revitalising empty spaces and offering local jobs.”"
rdfs:label "£1m Southampton city centre Revoluciòn de Cuba plans approved"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986201.Drugs__assault_and_a_man_stealing_women__39_s_clothes__Court_round_up
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rdfs:comment "AMONG the cases recently heard at Southampton Magistrates’ Court are:[nl]
␣␣Lee David White, 41, of Marchwood Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour. Restraining order, £150 fine, £200 costs, £30 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Kyleigh Ann Early, 32, of Lower Brownhill Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to criminal damage. Community order, £85 victim services surcharge. Also pleaded guilty to assault. Community order.[nl]
␣␣Patryk Grzywaczewski, 20, of Westridge Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to having an offensive weapon in a public place. Committed to prison for 20 weeks, suspended for 12 months, £115 victim services surcharge, £85 costs.[nl]
␣␣Callum Joshua Bennett, 19, of Peverells Wood Avenue, Chandler’s Ford. Pleaded guilty to possessing a class C controlled drug. One-year conditional discharge, £85 costs, £20 victim services surcharge. Also pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour. One-year conditional discharge, £50 compensation order.[nl]
␣␣Daniel John Brown, 20, of Oakfield Lodge, Park Road, Fordingbridge. Pleaded guilty to assault causing actual bodily harm. Committed to prison for 16 weeks suspended for 12 months, £200 compensation order, £115 victim services surcharge, £85 costs.[nl]
␣␣Paul John Covey, 49, of Leigh Road, Chandler’s Ford. Pleaded guilty to possessing class A controlled drug. Fined £20 with £85 costs and £30 victim services surcharge. Also pleaded guilty to possessing a class B controlled drug. Fined £20.[nl]
␣␣Fanny Patricia Cunningham, 38, of Honeysuckle Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour. One-year conditional discharge, £250 costs, £20 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Paul Anthony Vincent Hughes, 36, of Parkside, Totton. Pleaded guilty to stealing meat value unknown, from Co-op. Fined £30 and told to pay £30 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣John Mark Russell, 35, of Southampton Street, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to stealing women’s clothing, value unknown, from John Lewis. Community order, £250 compensation order.[nl]
␣␣Ricky Kelvin Teka, 30, of no fixed address. Pleaded guilty to drug-driving. Banned from driving for 12 months, £40 costs, £30 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Taylor Spence Hayes, 19, of Alandale Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to stealing meat valued at £36.09 from the Co-op. Told to pay £36.09 compensation.[nl]
␣␣Christopher David Lee Lang, 26, of Sheridan Close, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to criminal damage. Fined £200 with £85 costs and told to pay £30 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Roman Dariusz Lipa, 34, of St Mary’s Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to stealing fuel together valued at £341.07 from various locations. Two-year conditional discharge, £341.07 compensation order, £85 costs, £20 victim services surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Michelle Browne, 47, of Lavender Close, Southampton. Pleading guilty to stealing £30 in cash. One-year conditional discharge, £85 costs, £20 victim services surcharge, £30 compensation order.[nl]
␣␣Peter McCrudden, 64, of Carville Crescent, Brentford. Found guilty of failing to give information in Winchester relating to a driver who was alleged to be guilty of an offence. Fined £210. Disqualified from driving for two years. Ordered to pay £200 costs and £30 victim surcharge.[nl]
␣␣David Taylor, 55, of Haskells Road, Poole. Found guilty of failing to give information about a driver when in Winchester who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. Fined £375. Ordered to pay £200 costs and £37 victim surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Jason Teelin, 26, of HMP Pentonville. Pleaded guilty to failing to provide a sample to investigate whether he had committed an offence. Committed to prison for five days and ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge.[nl]
␣␣Paul Cattermole, 38, of Radcliffe Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to being in possession of a Tazer . Also pleaded guilty to assault and resisting an officer. Community order made. Ordered to pay £85 compensation.[nl]
␣␣Ben Thomson, 26, of Cotswold Close, Verwood. Pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence of alcohol in Lymington. Fined £392. Ordered to pay £195 costs and £39 victim surcharge. Driving licence endorsed with 10 penalty points.[nl]
␣␣Josiah Joseph, 66, of New Borough, Wimborne. Found guilty of failing to give information relating to a driver who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Winchester. Fined £660. Ordered to pay £200 costs and £66 victim surcharge. Driving licence endorsed with six penalty points.[nl]
␣␣Przemyslaw Lewicki, 36, of Northbrook Road, Southampton. Found guilty of driving while under the influence of alcohol. Committed to prison for 12 weeks. Ordered to pay £300 costs and £115 victim surcharge. Disqualified from driving for three years."
rdfs:label "Drug driving, criminal damage, and stealing women's clothes: A Southampton court round-up"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986205.Rosemary_and_Cecil_celebrate_60_years_of_marriage_despite_forbidden_love
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rdfs:comment "“GIVE and take” – that is the secret of the Hampshire couple who last week celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.[nl]
␣␣Rosemary and Cecil White, from Chandler’s Ford, met in Winchester back in 1950 when Cecil, moved from Portsmouth following the Second World War.[nl]
␣␣The pair had ended up living only few doors away from each other and started dating in 1953.[nl]
␣␣Rosemary, 79, who used to work as a nurse, said: “Our first date was at my mother’s garden gate. I wasn’t allowed to go out.[nl]
␣␣“She was very protective and she didn’t want me to go out with Cecil.”[nl]
␣␣It was in Rosemary’s garden that Cecil, 80, a former plumber, proposed.[nl]
␣␣The couple got engaged in 1955 and married in Christ Church in Winchester in 1958, before making the short trip along the south coast to Weymouth for their honeymoon.[nl]
␣␣They now have two sons, two grandsons and two great grand-daughters.[nl]
␣␣“When I woke up that day the snow was lying on the ground,” Rosemary said.[nl]
␣␣“We went to the church and then we had a party with 105 guests.[nl]
␣␣“Whatever we do, we do it together.[nl]
␣␣“He is my best friend, my companion and and he’ll always be.[nl]
␣␣“I love him and I wouldn’t change him for the world.”[nl]
␣␣Rosemary said that they love going out for lunch when they can, and added that the secret of staying together for so long and love each other is to give and take.[nl]
␣␣“You have to give and take and if you have an argument you just have to say sorry and make up.[nl]
␣␣“We argue, every couple does, but it’s making up afterwards that is important.”[nl]
␣␣The couple say they spent the day with their family to celebrate their anniversary."
rdfs:label "Rosemary and Cecil celebrate 60 years of marriage despite forbidden love"
 
http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986211.Man_who_bullied_ex_and_shouted_through_letterbox_in_harassment_campaign_left_her____too_scared_to_leave_home___
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rdfs:comment "A WOMAN was left “frightened to leave the house” after she was harassed by her former partner for eight years, a court heard.[nl]
␣␣Andrew Roe carried out a “sustained” attack of harassment that made his ex feel “scared” when opening her front door.[nl]
␣␣The 37-year-old admitted breaching a restraining order made by Southampton Magistrates’ Court five times, including continually visiting her home address.[nl]
␣␣Roe pleaded not guilty but was later found guilty during a trial at the same court.[nl]
␣␣Southampton Crown Court heard that during 2017, Roe breached the order by sending unwanted messages and communications.[nl]
␣␣In one instance on November 30, 2016, he visited the victim’s home before shouting through her letter box demanded to be let in.[nl]
␣␣In other situations, Roe would ride his pedal bike along her road, which he was prohibited from doing.[nl]
␣␣In an impact statement read to the court by prosecutor Lucy Conroy, the victim said: “I feel I can’t go out of my flats...I am frightened he will enter my home at night.[nl]
␣␣“I took this restraining order out in the hope to stop the problem but it has not stopped him.”[nl]
␣␣The court heard that Roe’s offending against his partner began eight years ago and since then he has received numerous chances to try and stop his offending.[nl]
␣␣Mitigating, Jamie Gammon told the court that although Roe admitted the breaches, they did not cause “significant psychological harm” to the victim.[nl]
␣␣Recorder Jane Rowley said Roe had been a “bully” in his harassment and that she had been harmed as a result of his actions.[nl]
␣␣Roe, of Cuckmere Lane, Southampton, admitted breaching the restraining order five times.[nl]
␣␣He was sentenced to 16 months imprisonment."
rdfs:label "Andrew Roe left ex ‘too scared to leave home’ after harassment"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986217.__39_Inadequate__39__nursery_failed_to_use_risk_assessments_effectively_to_keep_children_safe
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rdfs:comment "By Lev Lourie[nl]
␣␣A NURSERY has been labelled inadequate by Ofsted.[nl]
␣␣Explorers Day Nursery in Nursling, which has 121 children on the roll, was given the lowest overall rating following an inspection.[nl]
␣␣It had previously been rated good.[nl]
␣␣Inspector Elaine Douglas, described the nursery’s leadership and management and the personal development, behaviour and welfare of the children as inadequate.[nl]
␣␣She rated the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and the outcomes for children as requiring improvement.[nl]
␣␣In relation to the nursery’s leadership and management, Ofsted said: “The provider does not meet the requirement to provide sufficient space for two-year-old children.”[nl]
␣␣The report added that parents have had concerns about the number of children in one room, but the manager Kim Pearson decided to follow “staff’s preference” to leave the organisation of the premises as they were.[nl]
␣␣The report said that staff failed to use risk assessments effectively to “keep children safe in the toddler room”.[nl]
␣␣One strength highlighted in the report was that children and babies in the pre-school room had good care and learning experiences.[nl]
␣␣Following the inspection in December the inspector issued an urgent action plan for the nursery including ensuring the two-year-old children had more indoor space and raising the quality of their teaching and learning experiences.[nl]
␣␣Explorers Day Nursery opened in Adanac Drive in 2010 and is part of the Little Shipmates group, which runs four other day nurseries in Hampshire and one pre-school.[nl]
␣␣Explorers Day Nursery said in a statement: “The inadequate judgement was based largely on the inspector’s findings of the way in which the toddler room at Explorers was being used. Immediate action was taken to address the issues raised and staff are continuing to implement improvements to drive up standards at the nursery. The staff would like to thank the parents of the children who attend Explorers for their understanding and continued support.”"
rdfs:label "Explorers Day Nursery in Nursling rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted inspectors"
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http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986230._We_didn___t_think__we_just_went_in____hero_police_risked_their_lives_to_save_drunk_arsonist_from_burning_building
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rdfs:comment "“WE DIDN’T think, we just went in” – those are the words of the heroic police who risked his life to save a drunk man from a burning building.[nl]
␣␣When confronted with the flames, PC Warren Macklin and PC Guy Dempsey ran towards West View House, in Winchester, while everyone else was fleeing.[nl]
␣␣Now the pair have been honoured for their potentially life saving efforts, along with hostel worker Joanne Robson.[nl]
␣␣As previously reported, 65-year-old Anthony Mort was jailed last month after starting a fire in his hostel room at West View House while in a drunken state.[nl]
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␣␣Mort had been stumbling around the city-centre hostel in his just his underwear on the afternoon of July 10, before returning to his room and setting bedding alight.[nl]
␣␣The 65-year-old, of no fixed abode, had to be dragged free from his room by Joanne Robson, a members of staff at the hostel, but when she was unable to get him to safety, officers Macklin and Dempsey went in to save him.[nl]
␣␣PC Macklin said: “Our main concern was anyone left in the building. I was shouting ‘if there’s anyone in here, get out’.”[nl]
␣␣The pair then spotted Mort lying motionless on the floor, before grabbing him by his arms and legs and dragging him outside.[nl]
␣␣PC Macklin added: “I have never had to do anything like that before. When we were told someone was inside we didn’t think, we just went in.[nl]
␣␣Following their brave efforts, PC Macklin, PC Dempsey and Ms Robson were honoured with Chief Constable Commendations at the Chief Constable’s Awards ceremony in Netley[nl]
␣␣PC Macklin said: “It’s really nice to be recognised because we get quite a lot of abuse in this job.”[nl]
␣␣There were also awards for Hampshire Constabulary firearms officer PC Martin Parker who save a man’s life when he tried to hang himself from a tree in Stockbridge last April.[nl]
␣␣PC Parker rushed to save the man, climbing a ladder to support the man’s 17-stone weight.[nl]
␣␣But when the ladder suddenly collapsed, PC Parker fortunately grabbed onto the tree, and as well as preventing himself from falling, he was still able to support the man 30ft off the ground.[nl]
␣␣A police spokesman confirmed the man survived the incident.[nl]
␣␣PC Parker’s heroics earned him a Chief Constable Congratulations, along with DC Karen Kerton and PC Trudi May whose complex investigation led to the successful conviction of prolific paedophile Timothy Bleach.[nl]
␣␣Over four decades, Bleach carried out 13 rapes and 127 offences of indecent assault and indecency with a child on 12 Hampshire schoolgirls.[nl]
␣␣Thanks to DC Kerton and PC May’s work, Bleach was sentenced to 20 years in prison in December 2016.[nl]
␣␣There were also Chief Constable Commendations for PC Jon Garland, PC Jack Alexander and PC Mark Allison, from Aldershot, and Chief Constable Congratulations for Special Constable Bruce Armstrong, from Basingstoke.[nl]
␣␣Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney, who presented the awards, said: “Every day our officers are working hard to make our communities safer and these examples show the lengths they are willing to go to in order to protect those they have promised to serve, often putting themselves in harm’s way without a second thought.[nl]
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␣␣“From incredible displays of strength, to personal sacrifices to get the job done and running into danger when others are going in the opposite direction, it is clear these officers have gone above and beyond."[nl]
␣␣John Apter, chairman of Hampshire Police Federation, added: “Police officers never know what they will have to deal with when they come on duty and it appears from this award ceremony that acts of extreme bravery are all in a day’s work for those I am proud to represent.”[nl]
␣␣The following officers received Police Officer Long Service and Good Conduct Medals: Supt Steve Burridge, Cameron McMurchie, Inspector Rob Able, PC Thomas Light, PC Karen Lockyer,PC Andrew Hammans, Sgt Barry Long, PC Andrew Hewitt, Sgt Christopher Hills, Insp Andrew Proctor, PC Ian Turner, Supert Debbie Masson, and Emily Moor"
rdfs:label "Bravery of Hampshire police officers honoured at Chief Constable Awards"
 
http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986266.Firefighter_reveals_how_he_helped_save_animal_caught_up_in_American_wildfires
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rdfs:comment "AN AWARD-WINNING Hampshire firefighter told how he helped save animals caught up in devastating wildfires in America.[nl]
␣␣Animal rescue expert Jim Green has returned to the UK after spending 12 months passing on his skills to vets and firefighters in California.[nl]
␣␣During his visit the Golden State experienced one of its hottest summers on record.[nl]
␣␣The 44-year-old father of two was called to various incidents and also dealt with animal-related issues after residents had been evacuated from threatened areas.[nl]
␣␣A friend’s house where Jim had stayed several times during his stay was burned to the ground along with 130 others in the same street.[nl]
␣␣At one point he was deployed to the city of Santa Rosa, where about 2,000 properties were lost in a single night.[nl]
␣␣He said: “Huge animal evacuation shelters were set up with more than 600 horses in one alone. Sadly the fires came through so quickly that many owners did not have time to move their animals as they fled for their lives.[nl]
␣␣“Vets, volunteer rescue groups and first responders worked for days to provide assistance to human and animal victims of the fires.”[nl]
␣␣Jim heads an animal rescue squad deployed by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and has dealt with countless incidents in the New Forest.[nl]
␣␣Last year he was awarded the Richard Martin Gold Award, one of the RSPCA’s top honours.[nl]
␣␣During his year in the US he worked with the University of California’s School of Veterinary Medicine and the UC Davis Fire Department.[nl]
␣␣He said: “A large part of my job was teaching the basics of animal handling and psychology and nurturing an understanding of animal issues.[nl]
␣␣“California pet ownership is similar to the UK so there’s a 50 per cent chance that first responders will encounter animals at any incident they attend.[nl]
␣␣“Firefighters need to understand the risks that distressed animals can pose to their safety and that of the public.[nl]
␣␣“They also have to factor in the way people behave when animals are in distress – animal rescue has a huge bearing on the safety of humans.”"
rdfs:label "Firefighter Jim Green reveals how he helped save animal caught up in American wildfires"
 
http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/15986270.PHOTOS__Final_rehearsals_of_young_talent
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rdfs:comment "A YOUTH theatre group in Chandler’s Ford put the finishing touches to their all-singing, all-dancing musical extravaganza set to be performed from tomorrow.[nl]
␣␣Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre have been practicing hard at their final rehearsals for their upcoming show, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, with two full run-throughs featuring around 30 performers aged up to 18.[nl]
␣␣The musical, based on the popular film, is set to be performed by the group from February 13-17 at The Point in Eastleigh.[nl]
␣␣The show tells the story of three friends, Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydney-based performing trio who agree to take their show to the middle of the Australian outback, hopping aboard a battered old bus, nicknamed Priscilla by the group.[nl]
␣␣The show includes hit numbers like It’s Raining Men, I Will Survive, Boogie Wonderland and Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.[nl]
␣␣Parent Claire Harris, whose children Lucy, 15, and Katy, 12, both take part in the youth theatre, said: “The cast have been rehearsing since September every Sunday.[nl]
␣␣“I can’t wait to see it - it’s such a good opportunity. They are so professional.”[nl]
␣␣Founded in 1992, the company offers young people chance to get into theatre from a young age.[nl]
␣␣There are three age groups: CPYT Juniors for school years 3-6; CPYT Academy for school years 7 - 9 and CPYT at The Arch - school years 10 plus.[nl]
␣␣The group recently announced that their summer production will be Rock of Ages, which will be performed from July 29-August 4."
rdfs:label "Final rehearsals for Centrestage Productions Youth