Bude Community Orchard – ‘First Wassail’

Thanks to Ruby Browning for this wonderful write up: On Saturday 19th January Bude Community Orchard hosted its first ever Wassail. Wassailing was originally an Anglo-Saxon tradition (the word ‘wassail’ […]

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Jackie to paddle 20km for diabetes research

1 in 17 people has type 2 diabetes (diagnosed or undiagnosed) in the UK. 3.2 million have been diagnosed with diabetes in the UK. Jackie Diffey is going to paddle […]

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What’s it like at a Gorton’s Cookery Course session?

Me being me, I didn’t really read the blurb properly. I somehow assumed that chef extraordinaire, Peter Gorton, was going to do a 2-hour cookery demonstration and during that time […]

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Diabetes clinical champions wanted

  Diabetes UK is looking for healthcare professionals from the south-west to lead improvements in diabetes care. The charity is searching for consultants, nurses, GPs, dietitians, podiatrists, pharmacists and psychologists […]

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Is Damian Hinds right about school emails?

Teachers should not have to email outside of office hours and should instead embrace innovative technology such as AI to help to reduce their workload, the Education Secretary said in […]

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Air Accident Investigation Branch at work on Emiliano Sala’s lost flight

From AAIB: On Monday night, a US-registered Piper PA-46-310P Malibu aircraft (registration N264DB) was lost from radar north of Guernsey. The aircraft was en route from Nantes, France to Cardiff, […]

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