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    Article Added: 06 Sep 2018

    Pride Community Group formed to bring people with shared interests together A new group is being formed in Northern Devon to help bring people with shared interests together in order to create a new community that has inclusivity, social participation and health and well-being at its heart. The group, which is being launched at Bideford Pride on Saturday, 1st September, is the result of d ...

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    Article Added: 06 Sep 2018

    Nearly £90,000 was raised  for The Fire Fighters Charity in Cambridgeshire during 2017/18. Crews across the county as well as local fire charity champions, with the support of the local communities took part in events and activities to raise money for the national charity that supports UK fire service personnel and their families. Fundraisers included firefighters getting ...

    Nearly £90,000 was raised  for The Fire Fighters Charity

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    Article Added: 06 Sep 2018

    The inaugural National Fire Fighter Games took place at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre and was  organised by the London Fire Brigade, Essex Fire and Rescue Service and supported by the Worshipful Company.  I attended the event with the Massey Shaw Education Trust to promote the newly formed Marine Fire Cadet Unit which also is supported by the Worship Company and the Trust. ...

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    Article Added: 19 Aug 2018

    Upcoming events hosted by London Fire Brigade museum - Memorial Hall opening & photographic exhibition. Exclusive access to London’s fallen firefighters memorial As part of Historic England’s Immortalised exhibition at The Workshop London, London Fire Brigade Museum is opening the Memorial Hall at 8 Albert Embankment for a special event. This a rare opportunity for visitors to ...

    Exclusive access to London’s fallen firefighters memorial

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    Article Added: 05 Jul 2018

    Past Master and Almoner Peter Cowland reports that, whilst on holiday in Josselin, France in June last year he became ill with what was later diagnosed to be angina. Luckily one of the friends he was staying with was a retired surgeon who “sorted him out”.  On his return to the UK he underwent double heart by-pass surgery at Harefield Hospital in November 2017. Returning t ...

    NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH!

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    Article Added: 01 Jun 2018

    The Master recently attended the Brigantes breakfast which was held at the Royal Armouries in Leeds. The breakfast (which is actually a lunch - go figure!) is intended mainly for the benefit of Liverymen of City Companies who live in the north of England, but was supported by the attendance of many Masters. Approximately 400 Liverymen were in attendance. The Brigantes were an ancient tribe who co ...

    Brigantes breakfast held at the Royal Armouries

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