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FTA warns supply chain in danger of collapsing.

As the Calais migrant problem continues to worsen the Freight Transport Association has warned that the UK supply chain is in danger of collapsing.

The migrant population has risen to around 3,000, as those fleeing North Africa and Middle East make their way to Calais in the hope of crossing the Channel to Britain. 257 more words

Christopher Macgowan

DVLA Share Driving Licence launched

DVLA Share Driving Licence online service replaces counterpart and guarantees instant, 24 hour, access to important information.

What Is The Purpose Of Share Driving Licence? 464 more words

Christopher Macgowan

DVLA Share Driving Licence launched


DVLA Share Driving Licence online service replaces counterpart and guarantees instant, 24 hour, access to important information.

What Is The Purpose Of Share Driving Licence? 464 more words

Christopher Macgowan

The National at Cornbury Park


The Caravan Club’s annual gathering – The National – is in full swing at Cornbury Park near Oxford in glorious sunshine.

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Christopher Macgowan

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It's getting worse in Calais - RHA

Recent increases in clandestine incidents and attacks on truck drivers at the Channel ports suggest that the French police need urgent support to protect travellers at both Calais and Coquelles. 152 more words

Christopher Macgowan

Southport BEN care centre wins quality award.

  • Assessment report received top award for the second year
  • Alexandra House staff recognised for their dedicated and committed care

Alexandra House Care Centre, based in Southport was recently assessed by Prestige Quality Audits (PQR), an independent quality audit for Residential and Nursing Homes. 345 more words

Christopher Macgowan

A few very special walking spots.


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1. PICTURE PERFECT, PANORAMIC VIEWS

A family run working farm and campsite, Trevedra Farm boasts dramatic sea views overlooking Land’s End and the Isles of Scilly. 1,590 more words

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