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Meet your local Sheringham police officer

Meet your local Sheringham police officer

22 March 2016 Residents living in Sheringham will have plenty of chances to meet their local police officer in April. PCSO Guy Slade will hold a number of police surgeries to give local people the chance to speak with him face-to-face, discuss any issues or concerns they may have and find out what s being done to keep the community safe. There will also be advice on crime prevention.

The surgeries will take place: Saturday 9 April Sheringham Library from 10am until 11am Beeston Regis (outside the parish shop) from 12pm until 1pm Monday 11 April West Beckham (outside the parish shop) from 12pm until 1pm Tuesday 12 April Salthouse village green from 12pm until 1pm Saturday 30 April Sheringham Library from 10am until 11am To find out when officers will be in your local area, visit www.norfolk.police.uk.

Investec Women's Hockey League and Vase results, March 6 2016 …

Investec Women's Hockey League and Vase results, March 6 2016 …

Investec Women s Vase Bloxwich 0 3 Formby Sophie Crooke F 30 Steph Butterworth F F 37 42 Chichester Priory Park 0 10 Amersham and Chalfont Alice Keddy F F PC 20 32 59 Melissa Humphries PC F 35 64 Clare Winter F 49 Freya Coutaux F F F 41 51 52 Kate Wooldridge F 65 Sonning 5 0 Oxted Bryony Pusey PC 6 Mai-Po Wan PC 20 Anneliese Churchill F 30 Kristin Cooper F 52 Gemma Waddington PC 60 West Bridgford 3 2 Ramsey Rebecca Mead F 30 Joanne Kehoe PC PC 48 59 Alex Callow PC 2 Victoria Garner F 38 Women s Premier Division Surbiton (2) 4 1 (1) Bowdon Hightown Georgina Twigg 7 PC Olivia Chilton 29 F Giselle Ansley 42 PC Jenna Woolven 47 F Jane Donnelly 28 PC P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Surbiton 16 12 4 0 50 11 39 40 2 Canterbury 16 11 4 1 41 14 27 37 3 University of Birmingham 16 11 3 2 35 15 20 36 4 Holcombe 16 7 3 6 22 28 -6 24 5 East Grinstead 16 6 4 6 32 26 6 22 6 Leicester 16 6 1 9 18 32 -14 19 7 Clifton 16 5 3 8 26 37 -11 18 8 Reading 16 4 2 10 21 38 -17 14 9 Bowdon Hightown 16 3 1 12 15 39 -24 10 10 Buckingham 16 1 3 12 15 35 -20 6 FIXTURES Saturday, March 12 Investec Women s Hockey League Investec Premier Division Holcombe v University of Birmingham 12:00 Clifton v Leicester 13:00 Reading v Surbiton 13:30 Bowdon Hightown v Buckingham 13:45 Canterbury v East Grinstead 16:00 Investec Conference East Cambridge City v Chelmsford 12:30 St Albans v Sevenoaks 13:00 Slough v Maidenhead 13:00 Wimbledon v Harleston Magpies 14:00 Ipswich v Hampstead and Westminster 18:00 Investec Conference North Loughborough Students v Belper 12:30 Beeston v University of Durham 12:00 Liverpool Sefton v Springfields 12:30 Ben Rhydding v Brooklands Poynton 13:30 Wakefield v Whitley Bay and Tynemouth 13:30 Investec Conference West Swansea City v Sutton Coldfield 12:00 Gloucester City v Bristol Firebrands 12:00 Olton and West Warwicks v Trojans 12:00 Isca v University of Bristol 12:30 Stourport v Oxford Hawks 18:00 Report courtesy of England Hockey via Snowdon Sports

Boy, 13, rescued after cliff top drama at Beeston Bump

Boy, 13, rescued after cliff top drama at Beeston Bump

Boy, 13, rescued after cliff top drama at Beeston Bump 07:58 04 March 2016 Peter Walsh 1 Paraglider over Beeston Bump near Sheringham on Wednesday afternoon. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE Archant Norfolk 2015 A 13 year old boy has been rescued after getting into difficulty while climbing on cliffs in north Norfolk. Share link shares The 13-year-old had been climbing down Beeston Hill, also known as Beeston Bump, in Sheringham but got stuck.

He was spotted by a member of the public who alerted the coastguard and stayed with him until the emergency services arrived. The UK Coastguard dispatched the Sheringham and Cromer Coastguard teams who rescued the boy from the 207 feet high cliff and well-known Sheringham landmark. A spokesman for UK Coastguard, who were called about the incident shortly before 5pm last night, said they carried out a technical cliff rescue and brought the boy down to safety.

The spokesman warned cliffs were dangerous places and should not be climbed because of the sheer danger involved . He added: Children will be children but we need to get the message across. Mark Bonnett from Cromer Coastguard said the boy had been met by his parents and the police when he had been rescued.

Mr Bonnett said the whole rescue effort had taken around an hour, with crews leaving the scene at 6pm. He added: The lad was fine, he had just got stuck and could not go any further. Jerry Woodley, station officer for Sheringham Coastguard said the boy had been stuck around 60ft down the cliff and that rather than retrieve him form the top they had instead helped him make his way down the cliff to his parents and police who were waiting on the prom.

He added: He was fine apart from being cold.

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BRPC Draft Minutes January 2016

BRPC Draft Minutes January 2016

Minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday, 13 th January, 2016 at the Scout HQ., Cromer Rd, Beeston Regis commencing at 7pm. Present: M.Knowles (Chair), R.Smith, D.Thompson, G.Dyson, Mrs.M.Wright, N.Wright, C.Goodwin, Mrs.S.Goodwin, R.Beckley, and the Clerk. Also present were PCSOs Bridges and Slade, an EDP/NN.News representative, and one member of the public.

1a. To receive and consider apologies Apologies were received from Mrs.M.Roffe and M.Church. Apologies were also received from B.Hannah (NCC).

1b. To receive Declarations of Interest on agenda items No declarations of interest. To approve the minutes of meeting held 9/12/15.

The minutes, which had already been circulated, were accepted as a true record. (Prop: MW, Sec: DT) 3 . Public Participation (requests to speak on agenda items) A parishioner requested to speak on item 12. Finance: (a) To approve invoices for payment and note bank balances: C.Allen 80.00, (bus shelter cleaning),P.Bullimore 272.90,(net salary), HMRC 43.00 (tax on salary), West Runton Scouts 25.00 (hire of hall), P.Bullimore 43.45, (admin exps). *** The above payments, scheduled on the agenda, plus two urgent payments, were approved (Prop: GD, Sec: DT).

The urgent payments were as follows :- E.Farrow 135.00, handrail at Daisy Green, and Westcotec Ltd, 240.00 for VAS brackets. Bank balances were as follows:- A/C 10162132 3540 and A/C 10162140 4198. The Clerk reminded members that the 50% grant (re VAS), due to be received from Norfolk CC., was still outstanding.

Planning: To note decisions/information received from NNDC/NCC since last meeting. PF/15/1677; Side & rear extn. at St.Patricks, Church Close permission given.

To consider planning applications received since agenda printed PF/15/1839; Conversion & extn of garage to create residential annexe: It was agreed no objections on condition that (a) the garage must remain ancillary to the main property (b) must not be used for holiday letting and (c) no separate entrance is to be constructed. (Prop: MK, Sec: GD). Update re Affordable Housing Nothing to report since the last meeting. PF/15/1781; Erectn of Sun Rm/Conservatory at B/Regis Lodge, Sheringwood It was agreed no objections to this application (Prop: DT, Sec: NW) To note/consider the Informal Hearing re the Priory Maze Appeal.

Following a brief discussion it was agreed that a PC representative would not speak at the hearing scheduled for 21/1/16. To consider PCs responsibilities re the AONB. This had been duly considered during planning matters.

Highways/Footpath matters. Update re Highways Partnership Scheme & vehicle activated signs The Clerk had received verbal positive reports re the VAS and the extra brackets had been received. The 50% grant claim had been submitted to NCC Highways Dept which included the cost of the extra brackets.

It was agreed to remove this item from future agendas. To note/consider deadline for registration of historic public rights of way. The NCC Definitive Map was to be circulated for members to consider this matter. ** The Clerk asked members to note that (a) Highways Rangers were visiting the parish week commencing 29/2/16 (b) the damaged fence on the southern side of the A149 approaching the railway bridge had been reported to NCC Highways (c) Secret Gardens had been instructed to deal with the mole problems around Priory Close.

Meetings & Conferences (to receive reports and announcements) The Clerk had no new announcements. GD reported that he had attended a meeting of the Sheringham Society. To further consider future use of PC land (Daisy Green).

The handrail had been constructed/installed. No reply had been received from Sheringham TC. It was agreed that MR purchases a small quantity of bulbs to plant in the borders at Daisy Green.

It was also agreed to remove this matter from the agenda. To further consider quality of mobile phone signal in the parish. B.Hannah (NCC) was still to report back to the PC.

Local Council Award Scheme & Governance To receive update re LCAS and consider/adopt the Communication & Engagement Policy, Health & Safety Policy, Disciplinary/Grievance Procedure, and Training Policy. The Clerk had no further news re the PC s application for Foundation Status. Following some good work by SG the draft of the Health & Safety Policy was agreed and adopted (Prop: MK, Sec: RB).

The Chair asked that a vote of thanks be recorded in the minutes regarding SG s very comprehensive work. To receive update from Hooke Charity re purchase of Defibrillator (RB) RB stated that he hoped to report to members at the next meeting. To further consider the 800 th Anniversary of the Priory The Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust and Norfolk CC had noted the PC s interest in assisting with the anniversary celebrations.

A parishioner (Mr.S.Pegg) had been appointed as a director of the NHBT and hopefully would be overseeing these celebrations on behalf of the trust. The Chair adjourned the meeting and Mr.Pegg said that things such as guided tours, people in period costume, and the creation of an old photo gallery had already been put forward as ideas. The Chair thanked SP and re-opened the meeting.

To receive reports from District & County Councillors M.Knowles (NNDC) spoke re the following :- (a) interim sharing of senior officers appears to be working OK and will save NNDC money (b) sections of the Holt Road offices now being used by other agencies such as NCC Childrens Services and the DWP (c) a possible review of ward boundaries (d) NNDC was recently awarded the gold standard for Investors in People (e) the Planning Dept. was still short of staff. Police Report /Sect.17 Crime & Disorder Act.

PCSO.Bridges, accompanied by PCSO Slade who was taking over her duties, reported on the following :- (a) various calls made to the police during November & December (b) there was no recorded crimes during that period (c) congratulations to the PC on the recently acquired VAS. The Chair and members thanked PCSO.Bridges for her work in the parish, and input at council meetings, and wished her success in her new post. To consider holding a PC meeting at Beeston Hall School The Clerk reported that the headmaster was of the opinion that the average age of the pupils was too low for them to be interested in parish council work.

It was agreed to leave this matter. To receive Correspondence (not included in agenda items above) Christmas cards had been received from the Chair of NNDC & N.Lamb MP. Resolution re Public Participation (comments/other matters) Prop: DT, Sec: GD agreed meeting adjourned.

The press officer stated the advantages of being able to see planning applications online meeting re-opened.

To confirm date of next meeting & future agenda items .

This was confirmed for Wednesday, 10 th February, 2016. (7pm)

Planned Network Maintenance

Planned Network Maintenance

Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 1st February 2016 Created: 29/01/2016 @ 14:22 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

1st Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Newport Gwent, Southend, Preston.

2nd Belfast City, Bournemouth, Bromsgrove, Cambridge Trunk, Colindale and Coventry 3rd Aberconwy, Albert Dock, Ashton in Makerfield, Colchester, Guildford, Hemel Hempstead, Kingston, Stepney Green, Fordham – Colchester, Mile End, Slough, Wokingham, Putney, Combe Martin, Birmingham, Bromesberrow, Cardiff, Newtown, Llantwit, Haverfordwest, Guildford, Faversham, Preston, Glasgow, Fleetwood, Colombo, Paddington, Dartford, Epsom, Burghill – WN, Faraday, Hove, Wapping, Streatham, Manchester, Liverpool, Waterloo, Milton Kaynes & Cranford 5th Chester, Ashton in Makerfield, Belfast City, Bolton and Crawley, Glasgow Douglas, Guildford, Exeter Castle and Leeds Basinghall Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 25th January 2016 Created: 22/01/2016 @ 15:46 When is this work happening?

Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect? Broadband connectivity.

How long will it take? Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve?

We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

25th Worthing Central, Bolton, Darlington Quaker, Guildford, Doncaster, Exeter Castle, Birmingham Telephone House, Hemel Hempstead, Portsmouth Trunk, Preston, Wrexham Central, Cardiff, Edinburgh Donaldson, Peterborough, London Colindale, Bristol Cabot, Bathgate Castle and Bangor (Gwynedd) 26th Milton Keynes, Woburn Sands, Peterborough, Swanton Abbott, Normanby by Spital, Bottesford, Preston, Hightown, Settle, Bridge of Weir, Sheffield, Tern Hill, Bakewell, Slough, St. Marychurch, Ilchester, London Stepney Green, Canvey Island, Sutton Valence, Ilford North, Wolverhampton, Albrighton, Slough, London Wandsworth, London Colindale, Northwood, Stamford Hill, Wembley, London Colombo, Euston, Pangbourne, Canvey Island, Guildford, Bagshot, Godalming, Leeds, Thirsk, Driffield, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Manchester, Caernarfon, Christleton, Coppull, Pontefract, Wrexham, Bolton, Chesterfield, Coventry Greyfriars, Kingston, South, Hemel Hempstead and London Kidbrooke.

27th Pickering, Doncaster, Healing and Lincoln, , Bude, Germoe, London Colindale, Northwood, London Colombo, London Surbiton, London Sydenham, Guildford, Birdham, Sevington, Moorhill, Milton Keynes, Long Crendon, Great Yeldham, Wadringfield, Preston, Scotstoun, Accrington, Hest Bank, Slough, Leatherhead, Wargrave, Seaton Slough, London Stepney Green, Sittingbourne, Moreton, Wolverhampton, Presteigne, Shrewsbury, Sandal (Wakefield), Paddock Wood, St. Annes, Higher Bolton, Rothwell, Marton (Middlesbrough), Polmont, Otford, London Stratford, Challock, Blackpool North Shore, Silchester, Normanton, Longridge, Rothwell, Shere, Newhaven, Leysdown-on-Sea, Bentley, London Bermondsey, London Colindale, Milton Keynes, London Upton Park and Wolverhampton.

28th Kingston, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Upton Park, Cardiff & Roath, Slough, South Chard, South Petherton, Upwey, Stepney Green – Seal, Poplar, Stepney Green Green, Manchester – Daubhill, Milton Keynes, Daventry, Peterborough, Aldeby, Preston – Tandragee, Sheffield, Whitwell (Notts), Wolverhampton, Craven Arms, Swinton, Manchester, Whitworth, New Mills, Kislingbury, London Ingrebourne, Clifton (York), Crawley, Elland, Derby, Edinburgh Granton, Chesterfield, Coventry Central, Exeter Castle, Bolton, Belfast City, Bishops Stortford, Glasgow and Guildford.

29th Pendleton, Preston & Tunbridge Wells, Belfast City, Chelmsford, Chesterfield, Croydon, Darlington and Guildford, Glasgow, Millisle, Guildford, Twyford, Godalming, Wickham Hants, Manchester, Adlington, Atherton, Milton Keynes, Oakley, Great Horkesley, Newcastle, Ponteland, Preston, Mellor, Halsall, Longridge, Slough, Tiverton, Portland, Ilminster, Stepney, Ingatestone, Upton and Sheering. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide.

There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window.

Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 18th January 2016 Created: 15/01/2016 @ 14:43 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week.

What does it affect? Broadband connectivity. How long will it take?

Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week.

This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

18th Darlington, Exeter and Guildford.

19th Guildford – Winkfield Row, Guildford – Newport Isle of Wight, Leeds ? Dringhouses, Manchester – Blackfriars, Milton Keynes ? Ipswich, Milton Keynes – Ampthill, Peterborough – Uppingham, Peterborough -South Wootton, Peterborough – Southwold, Preston – Barrow-In-Furness, Slough – Parkstone, Slough – Whimple, Slough – Penn Bucks, Stepney Green – Gants Hill, Stepney Green – Rainham, Stepney Green ?

Albert Dock, Bangor Gwynedd, Corwen, Wrexham, Bristol Central, Darlington, Liverpool, Lancaster, Exeter Castle, Edingurgh Donaldson, Erdington, Ashton In Makerfield.

20th Darlington, Exeter Castle, Birmingham Midland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Oldham, Birmingham, Monmouth, Bromyard, Ulley, Bristol, North Trowbridgem Bude, Mevagissey, Cardiff, Bargoed, Keynsham, London Colombo, London Pimlico, Derby, Braunstone, Walsgrave on Sowe, Guildford, Lindfield, Lyminge, Hindhead, Leeds, Boroughbridge, Leeds, Ripon, Manchester, Moss Side, Gatley, Milton Keynes, Brixworth, Duston, Peterborough, Holbeach, Market Deeping, Sheffield, Hathersage, Slough, Little Chalfont, Kidmore End, Williton, London Stepney Green, London Poplar, Sittingbourne, Medway, Wolverhampton, Swinton, South Molton.

21st Portsmouth, Preston and South Sheilds.

22nd Birmingham Telephone House, Walsall, Preston, Liverpool Lancaster House, Slough, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central, Swansea. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 11th January 2016 Created: 10/01/2016 @ 15:49 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

11th Stanstead Abbotts, London Woolwich, Eston Grange, Barnard Castle, Eaglescliffe, Limpley Stoke, Surbiton, Linton, Brockenhurst, Potton Beds, Bradford on Avon, London Crayford, Hertford, Flax Bourton and London Dartford.

12th South Molton, Cambridge, Ashton in Makerfield, Bromsgrove, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Roath, Chelmsford, Bristol, Bishops Stortford, Colchester, Doncaster, Croydon and Colindale.

14th Guildford – Wye Milton Keynes – Corsham, Bicester, Chipping Norton Newcastle – Redcar Peterborough – Epworth, Slough – West Wellow, MARNHULL, Wellington Stepney Green – St Osyth, Orsett, Mile End, Stock Wolverhampton – Church Stretton, Oakengates, Wellington Telford, Bishops Stortford, Bromsgrove, Cambridge, Colchester, London Colindale, Croydon, Doncaster, Birmingham Erdington, Stornoway, Guildford, Lincoln, Liverpool, Newcastle upon Tyne.

15th Guildford – Bramley, Leeds – Silkstone, Leeds ? Elland, Leeds ? Pocklington, Manchester ?

Walkden, Milton Keynes – Chipping Norton, Milton Keynes ? Shefford, Milton Keynes – Houghton Regis, Peterborough ?Benwick, Peterborough ? Walcott, Slough – North Petherton, Slough – St Marychurch, Slough – Budleigh Salterton, Stepney Green – Ilford North – Stepney Green – London Theydon Bois, Stepney Green – Otham, Newton-le-Willows, Liverpool Simonswood, Lamplugh, Brampton, Appleby, Stourport, frensham, Dipton, Bordon, Birchwood, Headley Down, Liverpool Caldy, Ormskirk, Prestbury, Bacton, Hartley Wintney, Waterbeach, Brandon Suffolk, Parbold.

Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned Network Maintenance – Friday 11th 05:00-07:00 Created: 08/12/2015 @ 14:33 When’s this work happening?

Between 05:00 on the 11th December – to 07:00. What does it affect? Broadband Connectivity How long will it take?

Upto 2 hours within the maintenance window. What does the work involve? Temporarily disconnecting some users in order to improve the overall network service.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there may be a loss of connectivity but users would be expected to reconnect automatically. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any sites having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised log into their router interface and click “connect”, failing that to power cycle their router. Kind regards, Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 7th December 2015 Created: 04/12/2015 @ 16:12 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week.

What does it affect? Broadband connectivity. How long will it take?

Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week.

This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

8th Wolverhampton – Wombourne and Little Haywood, Preston -South Shore, Newcastle -Newcastle West and Whitehaven, Guildford – East Horsley and Blewbury and Winkfield Row, Glasgow – Inverbervie and Duns and Cockenzie, Birmingham – Stone, Leeds – Hipperholme, Colombo-Earls Court, Derby -Beeston and Buckminster, Preston – Liverpool Cressington Pk, Manchester – Eccles, Colindale -Lords and Bovingdon, Colombo – Forest Hill, Birmingham – Wolston, Sheffield -Hawarden and Wadsley Bridge, Newcastle – Barnard Castle, Preston – Kirkby Lonsdale, Bristol – Falfield, Faraday – Erith, Milton Keynes – Freeland, Slough – Haytor, Stepney Green -Epping, Ashton in Makerfield, Croydon, Darlington, Edinburgh Donaldson, Kingston TE, Liverpool Lancaster Hse, Malton, Newcastle upon Tyne Central, Norwich City, Wolverhampton 9th Glasgow – Abbeyhill and Blantyre and Newmacher, Wolverhampton – Chirk and Chirbury, Newcastle – Harrington and Barnard Castleand and Whitehaven, Derby -Buckminster, Guildford -Farnham, Preston – Accrington, Colombo -Purley, Preston – Liverpool Irby, Guildford – Godstone, Colombo -Hullbridge, Colindale – Harrow, Birmingham – Redditch Headless Cross, Cardiff – St Davids, Leeds – Hutton Sessay, Sheffield -Barnby Dun, Preston -North Shore, Stepney Green -South Ockendon, Birmingham -Cheltenham, Cardiff – Stoke Bishop, Leeds – Melbourne, Glasgow – Crossgar, Preston- Morecambe, Slough – Newbury and Lytchett Minster, Milton Keynes – Baldock, and Coilmworth, Faraday – Hadlow and Barcombe, Colombo – Purley and Crayford, Norwich City, Pendelton, Pontefract, Slough, Wolverhampton 10th Ashton-in-Makerfield, Liverpool, Norwich, Manchester Pendleton, Pontefract, Slough 11th Bedlington, Church Stretton, Burghill, Granton, Toomebridge, East Herrington, Great Baddow, Bristol Kingsmead, Newington, Horsley, Coleraine, Romsley, Hullbridge, New Oakley, Barnoldswick, Dartford, London New Cross, East Horsley, East Haddon, Wetheral, Londonderry, Edinburgh Davidson, St. Annes, South Cerney, Repton, Yealmpton, Northwood, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Liverpool, Malton, Norwich, Manchester Pendleton, Slough Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 30th November 2015 Created: 27/11/2015 @ 17:05 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

30th London Upper Holloway, Bristol Cabot, Leeds Basinghall, Rochdale College, Rugby College, Whitehaven, Wolverhampton Central.

1st Cardiff, Edinburgh Donaldson, Guildford, London Colindale, Cambridge, Cardiff, London Colindale, Croydon, Erdington, Leeds Basinghall, Milton Keynes, Portsmouth, London Bermondsey.

2nd Bournemouth, Cambridge Trunk, Lincoln, Milton Keynes, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Peterborough Wentworth, Plymouth, Portsmouth Trunk, Manchester Wythenshawe, Alderley Edge, Horbury Ossett, Thirsk, Sherburn Hill, Sunderland, Henley-on-Thames, Alresford, Aberdeen Balgownie, Dunfermline, Camelford, Banknock, Mold, Melbourn, South Harrow, Liverpool Great Crosby, Melbourne.

3rd Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge, Lincoln, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Peterborough, Plymouth, Swansea & Wolverhampton.

4th Cardiff, Roath, Erdington, Peterborough, Wentworth, Wolverhampton. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 23rd November 2015 Created: 20/11/2015 @ 12:56 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

23rd London Stepney Green, 24th Bedminster, Inverness Macdhui, London Howland St, London Mayfair, Manchester Dial House, Slough , Glasgow, Leeds Basinghall, London Upton Park & Peterborough, Croydon, Falkirk, Manchester Dial House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Portsmouth, Swansea, Truro, Yeovil 25th Mansfield, Sheffield Eldon House, Glasgow, London Colindale, Bristol Cabot 26th Croydon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Portsmouth Trunk, Truro, Yeovil, London Maida Vale, London Moslesey, London Rickmanworth, London Romford South, Hertford, Heywood, Manchester Woodley, Morriston, Mosborough, Narborough, Lancs & Newark Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 16th November 2015 Created: 13/11/2015 @ 20:11 When is this work happening?

Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect? Broadband connectivity.

How long will it take? Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve?

We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

16th Birmingham, Hove, London Upper Holloway, North Walsham, Dorchester & Llanishen, Canterbury Stour, Halifax, Harlow, Leeds Basinghall, Woodly Berks, Yelverton 17th Edinburgh Donaldson, Colindale, London Isleworth, London Leytonstone, Bridgewater, Castle Donnington, Liverpool Aintree, London Welwyn Garden, Lymington Hants, Newton Abbot, Workington & Worksop Newgate, Bristol Central, Colchester, Erdington, Newport-Gwent, Nottingham-Bowman Sheriff, Slough & Swansea 18th Ipswich, London Kingston, Southbank, Londonderry Meg, Ribbleton & Newcastle Upon Tyne, Reading Central Thames, Bristol Central, Colchester, Erdington, Newport Gwent, Nottingham, Swansea, 19th Aberdeen Central, Birmingham Harbourne, Cleethorpes, Clevedon, London Conham & Glasgow Govan, London Deptford, Bristol Central, Colchester, Newport Gwent, Nottingham Bowman Sheriff, Swansea, 20th Aberdeen Ashgrove, Birmingham Aston Cross, Chester Town, Kesgrave, Kirkwall, Milton Keynes & Illingworth, BRISTOL CABOT, Colchester, Newport Gwent, Nottingham, Slough & Swansea, Bristol Cabot, Glasgow Telephone House, Manchester Dial House, Wolverhampton Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 9th November 2015 Created: 06/11/2015 @ 14:41 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

10th Sheffield, Ludlow, Truro Kenwyn, Thurso & Tynegate, Wadebridge, Whitchurch, Willenhall – Staffs, Woking, Filton, Worle & Yateley 11th London Maida Vale, London Molesey, London Rickmansworth & London Romford South, Hertford, Heywood, Manchester Woodley, Morriston, Mosborough, Narborough, Lancs & Newark 12th Doncaster Don, Falkirk, London Bermondsey, Edinburgh Caledonian, Kendal, Cheltenham, Holmbrook, Holywell, London Lee Green, London Lords & Wolverton Bucks, East Grinstead Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect.

Kind regards Matthew Wheeler

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Women's Super 6s Indoor Championship, Jan 9 2016

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Canterbury dropped their first points of the Women s Super 6s Championship in Saturday s supercharged action, but they still lead the Premier Division after the latest round of matches in Telford. Trailing 2-0 at half time, Canterbury battled back to share the spoils 2-2 with Bowdon Hightown. The top two scorers in the Division, Tina Cullen and Sally Walton had given Bowdon the lead, only for goals from Grace Balsdon and Lizzie Neal to bring the match back level.

Canterbury hit back in their second match, beating Reading 3-2 with Anna Kolarova scoring twice and Neal adding another. East Grinstead climbed to second spot just one point behind Canterbury with victories over Leicester and the University of Birmingham. Malou Pheninckx scored a hat-trick in their second game, while Emma Lee-Smith and Zoe Burrell scored twice on the day.

After their draw with Canterbury, Bowdon went on to win 6-2 over Slough after trailing 2-0 at half time. They are now third in the table and within one win of the leaders. Tina Cullen hit a hat-trick in the Slough victory and Sally Walton added another two to ensure the pair stay top of the goalscorers table.

Earlier in the day, Slough had beaten the University of Birmingham 3-2, while Surbiton are still bottom of the table after losing 7-1 to Sutton Coldfield and only managing a 2-2 draw with Leicester. The day s final match saw three goals in the final five minutes as Sutton Coldfield and Reading drew 3-3. * For goalscorers and full competition details, including live updates click here 1 . Premier Division Saturday 9 January 2016 Canterbury (0) 2 2 (2) Bowdon Slough (3) 3 2 (0) Univ of Birmingham East Grinstead (4) 5 3 (2) Leicester Surbiton (0) 1 7 (3) Sutton Coldfield Reading (2) 2 3 (2) Canterbury Bowdon (0) 6 2 (2) Slough Univ of Birmingham (3) 4 6 (2) East Grinstead Leicester (1) 2 2 (1) Surbiton Sutton Coldfield (1) 3 3 (0) Reading Sunday 10 January 2016 East Grinstead () () Bowdon Slough () () Reading Canterbury () () Surbiton Sutton Coldfield () () East Grinstead Leicester () () Slough Univ of Birmingham () () Canterbury Bowdon () () Sutton Coldfield Reading () () Leicester Surbiton () () Univ of Birmingham Women s Premier Division Table P W D L GD Pts 1 Canterbury 4 4 0 0 8 12 2 Bowdon Hightown 4 3 0 1 10 9 3 East Grinstead 4 3 0 1 10 9 4 Univ of Birmingham 4 3 0 1 4 9 5 Slough 4 1 1 2 0 4 6 Leicester 4 1 0 3 -1 3 7 Reading 4 1 0 3 -6 3 8 Sutton Coldfield 4 1 0 3 -9 3 9 Surbiton 4 0 1 3 -16 1 DIVISION ONE RESULTS * For goalscorers and full competition details, including live updates click here 2 .

Saturday 9 January 2016 Wakefield (0) 3 4 (0) Brooklands Poynton St Albans (4) 3 0 (0) Olton and West Warwicks Clifton (1) 0 3 (1) Holcombe Bristol Firebrands (0) 0 4 (3) Harleston Magpies Buckingham (8) 0 0 (0) Wakefield Brooklands Poynton (4) 2 3 (1) St Albans Olton and West Warwicks (0) 0 13 (9) Clifton Holcombe (7) 2 0 (0) Bristol Firebrands Harleston Magpies (0) 0 1 (1) Buckingham Sunday 10 January 2016 St Albans () () Clifton Bristol Firebrands () () Buckingham Brooklands Poynton () () Olton and West Warwicks Holcombe () () Harleston Magpies Wakefield () () St Albans Clifton () () Bristol Firebrands Buckingham () () Brooklands Poynton Olton and West Warwicks () () Holcombe Harleston Magpies () () Wakefield Women s Division One Table P W D L GD Pts 1 Holcombe 2 2 0 0 9 6 2 Buckingham 2 2 0 0 9 6 3 Brooklands Poynton 2 2 0 0 2 6 4 Clifton 2 2 0 1 11 3 5 St Albans 2 1 0 1 3 3 6 Harleston Magpies 2 1 0 1 3 3 7 Wakefield 2 1 0 2 -9 0 8 Bristol Firebrands 2 0 0 2 -11 0 9 Olton and West Warwicks 2 0 0 2 -17 0 Women s Super 6s Championship DIVISION TWO (NORTH) RESULTS Saturday 9 January 2016 Beeston (2) 4 3 (1) Army Loughborough Stud (2) 4 3 (2) Liverpool Sefton Stourport (4) 8 4 (1) Ben Rhydding Loughborough Stud (0) 1 4 (1) Beeston Army (0) 2 2 (2) Stourport Liverpool Sefton (1) 2 4 (2) Ben Rhydding Sunday 10 January 2016 Stourport () () Loughborough Students Ben Rhydding () () Army Beeston () () Liverpool Sefton Army () () Loughborough Stud Stourport () () Liverpool Sefton Ben Rhydding () () Beeston Liverpool Sefton () () Army Loughborough Stud () () Ben Rhydding Beeston () () Stourport Women s Division Two (North) Table P W D L GD Pts 1 Beeston 2 2 0 0 4 6 2 Stourport 2 1 1 0 4 4 3 Ben Rhydding 2 1 0 1 -2 3 4 Loughborough 2 1 0 1 -2 3 5 Army 2 0 1 1 -1 1 6 Liverpool 2 0 0 2 -3 0 Women s Super 6s Championship DIVISION TWO (SOUTH) RESULTS Saturday 9 January 2016 Harrow (0) 1 6 (2) Chelmsford Sevenoaks (1) 3 3 (3) Ipswich Trojans (1) 2 2 (0) Horsham Sevenoaks (3) 7 1 (0) Harrow Chelmsford (1) 3 3 (1) Trojans Ipswich (1) 3 3 (0) Horsham Sunday 10 January 2016 Harrow () () Trojans Sevenoaks () () Horsham Ipswich () () Chelmsford Horsham () () Harrow Trojans () () Ipswich Chelmsford () () Sevenoaks Harrow () () Ipswich Horsham () () Chelmsford Trojans () () Sevenoaks Women s Division Two (South) Table P W D L GD Pts 1 Sevenoaks 2 1 1 0 6 4 2 Chelmsford 2 1 1 0 5 4 3 Ipswich 2 0 2 0 0 2 4 Horsham 2 0 2 0 0 2 5 Trojans 2 0 2 0 0 2 6 Harrow 2 0 0 2 -11 0 * The above photo shows East Grinstead and Canterbury in action in the Women s Super 6s Championship. Super 6s Finals Day The SSE Arena, Wembley Tickets are currently on sale and selling fast for one of the highlights of the hockey calendar the Super 6s Finals Day at the SSE Arena, Wembley, on Sunday 31 Jan. The action-packed day features both the Men s and Women s Semi-Finals and Finals it s non-stop entertainment all day.

There s also a fancy dress theme for groups this year!

Get your tickets at www.englandhockey.co.uk/super6s 3 Report provided by Snowdon Sports on behalf of England Hockey.

References ^ here (englandhockey.altiusrt.com) ^ here (englandhockey.altiusrt.com) ^ www.englandhockey.co.uk/super6s (www.englandhockey.co.uk)

Investec Women's Hockey League report and results, Nov 28 2015 …

Investec Women's Hockey League report and results, Nov 28 2015 …

Rejuvenated Reading scored a 3-1 win at Clifton in the Investec Women s Hockey League Premier Division, leaving them seventh in the table and unbeaten in four matches. They lost their first seven matches but the turnaround has been remarkable, and continued with the win at Clifton. Hannah Leigh scored first after 11 minutes, and scored against early in the second half.

Clifton s Joanna Carter pulled one back on 57 minutes, but Reading made sure of the win with Liz Hunt scoring two minutes from time. Elsewhere a strong defensive performance from Buckingham saw them hold out against league leaders University of Birmingham. But a sole second-half strike from Rebecca Condie spared their blushes and means the students remain unbeaten.

Surbiton also head into the winter break unbeaten after they secured a 4-0 win at home to Holcombe with goals from Emily Atkinson, Abi Robinson, Hannah Coulson and Emmie Le Marchand keeping them in touch with the leaders. Canterbury in third also claimed a 4-0 win thanks to goals from Grace Balsdon, Dirkie Chamberlain and two from Sarah Kerly as opponents Leicester remain in eighth place. Bowdon sit one place below them in ninth after they let a 1-0 lead slip to lose 2-1 away at East Grinstead.

Investec Conference East Amy Sheehan scored twice to help maintain Slough s eight-point advantage at the top of the Investec Women s Conference East with a 2-1 win at home to Ipswich. Charlotte Anderson scored late on to give the bottom-placed side hope, but Ipswich remain winless as Slough stay comfortably clear at the top. Hampstead and Westminster consolidated second place with a 3-2 win at home against Wimbledon thanks to goals from Fleur Horner, Hayley Turner and Amy Askew.

Cambridge City led 2-0 at St Albans but had to settle for a 3-3 draw after the home side put in a strong second-half showing, whilst Chelmsford lost 2-0 at home to Maidenhead and Sevenoaks drew 2-2 with Harleston Magpies. Investec Conference North League leaders Wakefield slipped up in the Investec Women s Conference North as they were beaten 2-0 at home by Beeston. Sophie Robinson and Tori Wensley scored either side of the break for Beeston to inflict Wakefield s second defeat of the season.

Brooklands Poynton moved into second after Ellen Lockhart s goal helped them defeat Belper 1-0 and cut the gap at the top to five points. The University of Durham missed the chance to close the gap on the leaders after they were beaten 3-0 away at Liverpool Sefton, a result which sees them drop to third. Elsewhere Ben Rhydding were 3-1 winners away at bottom of the league Whitley Bay and Tynemouth, whilst Loughborough Students beat Springfields 6-1.

Investec Conference West Sutton Coldfield made it nine wins out of 11 with a 6-1 victory against the University of Bristol in the Investec Women s Conference West. There were goals for Emma McCabe, Claire Florida-James, Sarah Parkinson-Mills, Susan Wood, Charlene Mason and Beth Merriman as the league leaders continued their fine start to the season and leave the students rooted to the bottom. Swansea City maintained the pressure in second with a comfortable 4-1 win at home to Olton and West Warwicks, whilst Trojans also racked-up a big win with a 6-2 victory over Oxford Hawks.

Elsewhere Gloucester City and Isca played out a 1-1 draw whilst Stourport were 3-1 winners over Bristol Firebrands. * The above photo shows Reading women. Investec Women s Hockey League (Saturday, November 28 2015): Investec Women s Premier Division: Clifton 1, Reading 3; East Grinstead 2, Bowdon 1; Leicester 0, Canterbury 4; Surbiton 4, Holcombe 0; University of Birmingham 1, Buckingham 0. Investec Women s Conference East: Chelmsford 0, Maidenhead 2; Hampstead and Westminster 3, Wimbledon 2; Sevenoaks 2, Harleston Magpies 2; Slough 2, Ipswich 1; St.

Albans 3, Cambridge City 3. Investec Women s Conference North: Belper 0, Brooklands Poynton 1; Liverpool Sefton 3, University of Durham 0; Loughborough Students 6, Springfields 1; Wakefield 0, Beeston 2; Whitley Bay and Tynemouth 1, Ben Rhydding 3. Investec Women s Conference West: Gloucester City 1, Isca 1; Stourport 3, Bristol Firebrands 1; Sutton Coldfield 6, University of Bristol 1; Swansea City 4, Olton & West Warwicks 1; Trojans 6, Oxford Hawks 2.

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This report courtesy of England Hockey by Snowdon Sports. Women s Premier Division Clifton (0) 1 3 (1) Reading Joanna Carter 57 F Hannah Leigh 11 36 F F Elizabeth Hunt 68 F Leicester (0) 0 4 (2) Canterbury Grace Balsdon 4 PC Sarah Kerly 21 38 F F Dirkie Chamberlain 44 F East Grinstead (0) 2 1 (1) Bowdon Hightown Joanna Davis 47 F Pippa Chapman 57 PC Sally Walton 25 F Surbiton (1) 4 0 (0) Holcombe Emily Atkinson 22 PC Emmie Le Marchand 48 F Abi Robinson 58 F Hannah Coulson 65 F University of Birmingham (0) 1 0 (0) Buckingham Rebecca Condie 52 PC P W D L F A GD Pts 1 University of Birmingham 11 9 2 0 27 7 20 29 2 Surbiton 11 8 3 0 37 8 29 27 3 Canterbury 11 7 3 1 31 9 22 24 4 East Grinstead 11 5 2 4 23 17 6 17 5 Clifton 11 5 1 5 21 26 -5 16 6 Holcombe 11 4 3 4 12 19 -7 15 7 Reading 11 3 2 6 17 29 -12 11 8 Leicester 11 2 1 8 10 28 -18 7 9 Bowdon Hightown 11 2 1 8 11 30 -19 7 10 Buckingham 11 0 2 9 10 26 -16 2 Women s Conference East Chelmsford (0) 0 2 (1) Maidenhead Jane Smith 7 PC Bex Miall 51 PC Hampstead and Westminster (1) 3 2 (2) Wimbledon Fleur Horner 13 F Hayley Turner 52 F Amy Askew 66 PC Lizzie Rae 6 PC Lauren Seaman 8 F Sevenoaks (1) 2 2 (0) Harleston Magpies Cathy Gilliat-Smith 26 F Sophie Crosley 59 PC Emma Lee-Smith 42 F Kara Kilbourn 52 F Slough (0) 2 1 (0) Ipswich Amy Sheehan 36 58 F F Charlotte Anderson 68 PC St. Albans (1) 3 3 (2) Cambridge City Katie Hockley 32 F Amy Kee 39 PS Sarah Embrey 50 PC Tess Howard 1 70 PC F Jo Ellis 7 F P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Slough 11 9 1 1 38 7 31 28 2 Hampstead and Westminster 11 6 2 3 25 20 5 20 3 St.

Albans 11 4 6 1 24 20 4 18 4 Cambridge City 11 4 5 2 21 15 6 17 5 Sevenoaks 11 4 4 3 19 19 0 16 6 Harleston Magpies 11 3 5 3 17 13 4 14 7 Wimbledon 11 3 5 3 15 13 2 14 8 Chelmsford 11 3 3 5 14 28 -14 12 9 Maidenhead 11 2 1 8 17 35 -18 7 10 Ipswich 11 0 2 9 9 29 -20 2 Women s Conference North Liverpool Sefton (1) 3 0 (0) University of Durham Victoria Bell 35 44 PS PC Jane Bazley-Harrison 70 F Loughborough Students (2) 6 1 (1) Springfields Ellie Tait 7 23 38 F F F Ellie Rayer 42 F Rachel Malcolm 57 F Hannah Pike 65 F Kate Ollerenshaw 35 PC Wakefield (0) 0 2 (1) Beeston Sophie Robinson 9 F Tori Wensley 56 F Whitley Bay and Tynemouth (0) 1 3 (1) Ben Rhydding Joss Plummer 48 F Rachel Doherty 28 PC Beth Cordukes 42 F Tanisha Janzen 50 PC Belper (0) 0 1 (0) Brooklands Poynton Ellen Lockhart 47 PC P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Wakefield 11 8 1 2 25 14 11 25 2 Brooklands Poynton 11 5 5 1 18 13 5 20 3 University of Durham 11 6 1 4 21 22 -1 19 4 Beeston 11 5 3 3 29 16 13 18 5 Ben Rhydding 11 4 5 2 27 13 14 17 6 Loughborough Students 11 5 2 4 22 18 4 17 7 Belper 11 3 2 6 12 19 -7 11 8 Liverpool Sefton 11 3 2 6 15 27 -12 11 9 Springfields 11 2 2 7 11 29 -18 8 10 Whitley Bay and Tynemouth 11 1 3 7 11 20 -9 6 Women s Conference West Stourport (1) 3 1 (1) Bristol Firebrands Rosie Lewis 14 F Claire Pearson 43 F Georgina Bathurst 51 PC Holly Savage 13 F Sutton Coldfield (4) 6 1 (0) University of Bristol Emma Mccabe 5 F Sarah Parkinson-Mills 23 F Susan Wood 28 F Clare Florida-James 30 F Charlene Mason 48 F Bethan Merriman 65 F Minty Culley 66 F Gloucester City (0) 1 1 (0) Isca University Kim Pullon 48 F Olivia Hoskins 60 F Swansea City (3) 4 1 (0) Olton & West Warwicks Natalie Blyth 8 PC Sophie Clayton 15 F Bridget Radice 30 F Carys Tucker 48 PC Laura Collins 70 F Trojans (4) 6 2 (0) Oxford Hawks Nyssa Cole 6 F Sally Gibson 17 26 43 61 F F F F Kewley Mccaskill 28 PC Lucy Millington 39 F Lucy Stewart 60 F P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Sutton Coldfield 11 9 0 2 48 9 39 27 2 Stourport 11 8 2 1 21 7 14 26 3 Swansea City 11 8 1 2 29 11 18 25 4 Gloucester City 11 5 3 3 23 20 3 18 5 Oxford Hawks 11 5 2 4 21 27 -6 17 6 Isca University 11 4 2 5 20 21 -1 14 7 Trojans 11 4 1 6 21 23 -2 13 8 Olton & West Warwicks 11 2 2 7 8 21 -13 8 9 Bristol Firebrands 11 2 1 8 17 33 -16 7 10 University of Bristol 11 1 0 10 9 45 -36 3 References ^ here (www.englandhockey.co.uk)