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  • FAMILIES who have suffered the pain of baby loss at any stage of pregnancy, birth or in infancy are invited to join a special service at Exeter Cathedral. The Saying Goodbye services help families pay tribute to their lost babies and provide an opportunity for people to say goodbye.

  • GRIEVING parents gathered in Glasgow yesterday for the city's first Saying Goodbye service, for mothers and fathers to mark the loss of a baby at any stage of pregnancy, birth or infancy. Families who have suffered the pain of losing a baby were invited to attend the ceremony at Glasgow Cathedral to pay tribute to their lost children. Organised by the Mariposa Trust, Saying Goodbye services are new national commemorative services which will take place in cathedrals across the UK.

  • COUNTY DURHAM boxer Bradley Saunders returned to the North-East boxing stage in style by claiming the sixth stoppage of a professional career still in its infancy last night. In front of a passionate, home crowd at the Gateshead Leisure Centre, Saunders was untroubled to stop Hungarian Gyorgy Mizsei Jnr after one minute of the fourth round.

  • FOLLOWING the extension of Crealy's winter opening hours, the Exeter-based adventure park is now offering a Winter Fun Pass. For a one off payment of Pounds 15.95 (terms and conditions apply), you can gain unlimited access throughout October, November and December. From November 7, through to February half term, Crealy will be open Thursday to Sunday. Visit ? PEPPA Pig lovers can look forward to characters meets during tot breaks at Haven Holiday's Combe Haven park in Sussex. The cheeky little piggy will be making personal appearances at intervals on October 16 and 23. For more details visit ? ARSENAL Soccer Schools are back during half term in Exeter, Crediton and Ottery St Mary. The cost is Pounds 2.50. For details visit southw...

  • All six games in the Premier Division fell victim of a heavy thunderstorm, which struck just after the tea interval, with each second innings being aborted in the infancy stage. The game at Beverley made the furthest progress, with the home side bowling 13 overs in which time they reduced Pickering to 24-2 in reply to Beverley's 145-9.

  • A VISION to redevelop a marine base in Teignmouth is continuing. Hopes are high people will show their support for the second stage of the Fish Quay revamp project process: securing consent for a new building. The Teign Fishermen's and Watermen's Association is behind the vision to redevelop the marine operating base at Gales Hill. It has long been earmarked for major enhancement works. Outline planning permission was secured in September 2010. An early-stage artist impression (pictured) put together in 2009 when the vision was in its infancy, shows what the quay could end up looking like -- although it is now thought the building may end up being slightly smaller.

  • IT'S 47 years since Tony Tanner last appeared on an Edinburgh stage. Then, the Festival Fringe was in its early 1960s infancy, and Tanner's performance in Fringe Faces, a late-night dance revue devised by himself, saw him described in one newspaper as "the most sinister of clowns". Almost half a century on, Tanner returns to Edinburgh from his Los Angeles home to play dance legend Sergei Diaghilev in his own one-man play, Charlatan. For someone who was smitten with Diaghilev from an early age, it's a piece of fantasy wish fulfillment come true. I was 12," Tanner remembers of growing up in Middlesex. "I'd started tap-dancing when I was 10, and I read a book, which was an account of the moment when Diaghilev changed dance forever after he brought his Ballets Russe company to Paris in 190...

  • A new breed of ski accommodation combines opulent service with the warm glow of home THE more expensive the present you buy for a child, the more likely they are to play with the wrapping paper. Staying at Chalet Louise - one of the best in the Swiss resort of Zermatt - I regressed to this stage of infancy.

  • IAIN Duncan Smith may seem an unlikely Scottish hero, yet the former Tory leader claims to hold the key to solving Scotland's most serious and intractable problem - the mass poverty and social deprivation that blights our towns and cities. The scale of this crisis is breathtaking. Almost a quarter of the workforce is jobless. Nearly a fifth of Scottish adults are illiterate. In parts of Glasgow, more than a third of adults have no educational qualifications at all and in the same areas male life expectancy is only 66 years.

    ... an ambitious agenda to intervene at every stage in the 'lifecycle' of poverty, from infancy to ...

  • A new heating oil buying syndicate launched by a Somerset charity could cut costs for rural communities and help the environment. The Community Council for Somerset says its scheme will harness the buying power of the many rural communities which are without mains gas.

    Even in its infancy stage the scheme is making a saving of around ...

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