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Mark Wadsworth: Norwich Radio DJ banned for speeding in Brighton

From the BBC 1 : Local radio presenter Alan Partridge has been banned from driving after he was clocked doing 54mph in a 30mph zone. The 50-year-old radio host, famous for his quirky phone-in shows, pleaded guilty to driving at almost double the speed limit on the A259 at Black Rock, Brighton, on 14 October last year. Partridge, who gave his address as The Travel Tavern, Linton, was caught speeding in a Kia Optima, Sussex Police said.

He was disqualified from driving for 28 days and fined 670 at Worthing Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

A further charge of obstructing the course of justice was dropped after Mr Partridge agreed to withdraw his initial statement that his personal assistant Lynn Benfield was in the driving seat at the time of the offence.

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4 Free Tickets to a Family Friendly Easter Event (14

Brand or business name: Wyevale Garden Centres 1 Please tell us about the product or company you would like the blogger s help with? We are offering 4 free tickets (2 adults and 2 children) to attend the Breakfast or Tea with the Easter Bunny event that takes place between 14th 28th March. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared breakfast or tea Meet the Easter Bunny Choose your own cuddly toy Decorate your own Easter cookie Munch on mini chocolate eggs You must be able to attend at one of the following garden centres: Albrighton Aldridge Altrincham Andover Ashford Barnstaple Barnett Hill Bicester Avenue Birchencliffe Bolton Braintree Bridgemere Brighton Brooks Bury St Edmunds Cadbury Cadnam Canterbury Chartham Cardiff Carr Gate Cheddar Chilton Crawley Elm Court Endsleigh Enfield Findern Findon (Worthing) Galton Gardenlands Gloucester Gosforth Hare Hatch Hastings Havant Heighley Gate Hereford Hillingdon Huntingdon Jack s Patch John Browns Landford Lechlade Leicester Rowena Lelant Lewes Leyland Lower Morden Marlow Marple Melbicks Moreton Park Northampton Old Barn Osterley Paddock Wood Pennine Percy Thrower s Podington Pulborough Raglan Royston Rugby Sanders Sherfield On Loddon Solihull Springfield Stanway Stockton Stratford Upon Avon Swansea Swindon Syon Park Telford Thatcham Tring Tunbridge Wells West Parley Weybridge Windsor Wolseley Bridge Woodbridge Woodlands Worcester World s End Please indicate the centre you would like to attend within your reply.

Spaces are subject to availability. Unfortunately, we can not accommodate additional places. Please note that we are looking for bloggers who have not worked with/reviewed a Wyevale Garden Centre event previously.

What is the blogging assignment? We are looking for blogger to publish a review on their website after attending the event and to share via social media channels. Coverage prior to attending the event is also favourable.

What type of blogs are you looking for? Any blogger with children of an age who will enjoy the event. Preferred geographic location of the blogger: United Kingdom How might you compensate the blogger?

Free entrance How else might you compensate the blogger? Opportunities to work together again in the future. When would the blogger need to complete and publish the blogging assignment by?

1-2 weeks after receiving the product/item to review or email agreement to proceeded. Assignment close date: 03/11/2016 Bloggers follow-up assignment form Bloggers please use this form to let the brand or business in question know that you would like to help them. ONLY get in touch if your blog meets the above criteria.

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Blogging assignment: 4 Free Tickets to a Family Friendly Easter …

Brand or business name: Wyevale Garden Centres 1 Please tell us about the product or company you would like the blogger s help with? We are offering 4 free tickets (2 adults and 2 children) to attend the Breakfast or Tea with the Easter Bunny event that takes place between 14th 28th March. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared breakfast or tea Meet the Easter Bunny Choose your own cuddly toy Decorate your own Easter cookie Munch on mini chocolate eggs You must be able to attend at one of the following garden centres: Albrighton Aldridge Altrincham Andover Ashford Barnstaple Barnett Hill Bicester Avenue Birchencliffe Bolton Braintree Bridgemere Brighton Brooks Bury St Edmunds Cadbury Cadnam Canterbury Chartham Cardiff Carr Gate Cheddar Chilton Crawley Elm Court Endsleigh Enfield Findern Findon (Worthing) Galton Gardenlands Gloucester Gosforth Hare Hatch Hastings Havant Heighley Gate Hereford Hillingdon Huntingdon Jack s Patch John Browns Landford Lechlade Leicester Rowena Lelant Lewes Leyland Lower Morden Marlow Marple Melbicks Moreton Park Northampton Old Barn Osterley Paddock Wood Pennine Percy Thrower s Podington Pulborough Raglan Royston Rugby Sanders Sherfield On Loddon Solihull Springfield Stanway Stockton Stratford Upon Avon Swansea Swindon Syon Park Telford Thatcham Tring Tunbridge Wells West Parley Weybridge Windsor Wolseley Bridge Woodbridge Woodlands Worcester World s End Please indicate the centre you would like to attend within your reply.

Spaces are subject to availability. Unfortunately, we can not accommodate additional places. Please note that we are looking for bloggers who have not worked with/reviewed a Wyevale Garden Centre event previously.

What is the blogging assignment? We are looking for blogger to publish a review on their website after attending the event and to share via social media channels. Coverage prior to attending the event is also favourable.

What type of blogs are you looking for? Any blogger with children of an age who will enjoy the event. Preferred geographic location of the blogger: United Kingdom How might you compensate the blogger?

Free entrance How else might you compensate the blogger? Opportunities to work together again in the future. When would the blogger need to complete and publish the blogging assignment by?

1-2 weeks after receiving the product/item to review or email agreement to proceeded. Assignment close date: 03/11/2016 Bloggers follow-up assignment form Bloggers please use this form to let the brand or business in question know that you would like to help them. ONLY get in touch if your blog meets the above criteria.

Blog owner’s name * First Last Blog owner’s email * Blog URL * Blog category * Blog location * Blogger’s Pitch Message * Number of Twitter followers * How many Twitter followers do you have? Number of Facebook fan page Likes * How many Facebook fan page Likes do you have? Please make sure your blog is a good fit with this blogging assignment!

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Graham Jones: Tories hand millions to wealthiest councils – but …

The 300m Local Government handout to Tory councils and Tory marginals is a stitch-up. The Chancellor has handed hundreds of millions of pounds to the wealthiest Tory councils to ease the pain of spending cuts but offered nothing to Hyndburn and what it has offered to Lancashire has been clawed back through back door education cuts. See previous also.

The extra funding for Lancashire of 1.108 m is offset by an Education Service Grant which is 1.177m less than expected. Hyndburn has suffered some of the very highest spending cuts since 2010 (4th), but has received nothing at all in today s announcement. Meanwhile, leafy Surrey one of England s wealthiest shires today gets a hand-out of 24m despite suffering far fewer cuts in recent years.

Lancashire Fire Service received no relief either whilst Lancashire Constabulary found out last week that despite a promise of a freeze in the police grant following the Paris attacks, they would intact received a reduced settlement. Tory MPs became alarmed when they realised their areas might soon see cuts similar to those imposed on the rest of the country. They threatened to vote down the Government s planned cuts until Communities Secretary Greg Clark announced a 300 million transitional grant .

The Government have refused to say where the extra money comes from. Labour analysis shows that 255 million of the grant 85% goes to Tory councils. Areas where Labour runs the council receive just 17 million, despite suffering the harshest cuts since 2010 and having higher levels of deprivation.

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/feb/09/cameron-buying-off-tory-mps-theatening-to-rebel-over-council-cuts Steve Reed MP, Shadow Minister for Local Government, said: The Government is covering up where this money has come from and won t explain why almost all of it is being handed to Tory councils just weeks before council elections across the country. Councils that have already been cut to the bone since 2010 are getting nothing but more cuts. The Tories have picked millions of pounds from taxpayer s pockets to buy off their own MPs when faced with a rebellion in the House of Commons.

This is a blatant misuse of public money in a shameless attempt to buy votes and buy off Tory MPs.

Transitional grant Total ( m) Local Authority England Surrey Hampshire Hertfordshire Essex West Sussex Kent Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire Leicestershire Cambridgeshire Wiltshire Warwickshire North Yorkshire Cheshire East Dorset Richmond upon Thames Devon Staffordshire East Sussex Worcestershire Gloucestershire Central Bedfordshire Wokingham Bromley Nottinghamshire Suffolk South Gloucestershire Northamptonshire Norfolk Cheshire West & Chester Barnet West Berkshire Havering Sutton Kingston upon Thames Windsor and Maidenhead Derbyshire Lancashire Somerset Stockport Solihull North Somerset Bath & North East Somerset Bracknell Forest Cumbria Poole Swindon York East Riding of Yorkshire Bexley Bedford Harrow Warrington Shropshire Herefordshire Merton Hillingdon Trafford Croydon Reading Medway Rutland Bournemouth Northumberland Elmbridge Maidstone Harrogate Dorset and Wiltshire Fire Reigate and Banstead St Albans Devon and Somerset Fire Wealden Kent Fire Waverley Mid Sussex North Hertfordshire Basildon Chelmsford Sevenoaks Tandridge Horsham Hereford & Worcester Fire Tonbridge and Malling Dacorum Woking East Hertfordshire Ipswich Chiltern Bromsgrove South Lakeland East Dorset Hampshire Fire New Forest East Sussex Fire Surrey Heath Hart Stroud Guildford Buckinghamshire Fire Worthing Spelthorne Essex Fire Auhtority East Hampshire Mole Valley Rochford Chichester Watford Winchester South Ribble Colchester Epsom and Ewell Castle Point Wycombe North Yorkshire Fire Lewes Shropshire Fire Arun Aylesbury Vale South Bucks Welwyn Hatfield Derbyshire Dales Bedfordshire Fire South Cambridgeshire Cheltenham Tunbridge Wells Fareham Adur Berkshire Fire Authority Rother South Northamptonshire Cheshire Fire Brentwood Cambridgeshire Fire Three Rivers Weymouth and Portland Harborough East Devon Stratford-on-Avon Shepway Uttlesford South Somerset Suffolk Coastal South Hams Fylde Oxford Christchurch Test Valley Epping Forest Braintree Lichfield St Edmundsbury Kettering Havant Rugby Redditch Brighton & Hove Wyre Forest Stafford Cotswold South Oxfordshire Staffordshire Fire Vale of White Horse Rushmoor Maldon Runnymede Hertsmere Warwick Mid Suffolk Rushcliffe Rossendale Derbyshire Fire Purbeck Richmondshire Basingstoke and Deane Mid Devon High Peak West Devon Eastbourne Ashford Eastleigh Bury Melton Teignbridge Chorley North West Leicestershire Harlow Ryedale Gosport Northampton Malvern Hills Babergh Nuneaton and Bedworth Craven Canterbury North Warwickshire Mendip Ribble Valley Oadby and Wigston Dartford Eden Taunton Deane South Norfolk Milton Keynes East Staffordshire Worcester Wychavon Selby Gravesham Blaby Lincolnshire Gloucester West Lancashire Durham Fire Stevenage Broxtowe Hastings Wyre North East Derbyshire Carlisle Staffordshire Moorlands South Derbyshire Daventry Scarborough Fenland Cambridge Allerdale Amber Valley Ashfield Avon Fire Barking and Dagenham Barnsley Barrow-in-Furness Bassetlaw Birmingham Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool Bolsover Bolton Boston Bradford Breckland Brent Bristol Broadland Broxbourne Burnley Calderdale Camden Cannock Chase Charnwood Cherwell Chesterfield City of London Cleveland Fire Copeland Corby Cornwall Coventry Crawley Darlington Derby Doncaster Dover Dudley Durham Ealing East Cambridgeshire East Lindsey East Northamptonshire Enfield Erewash Exeter Forest Heath Forest of Dean Gateshead Gedling Great Yarmouth Greater London Authority Greater Manchester Fire Greenwich Hackney Halton Hambleton Hammersmith and Fulham Haringey Hartlepool Hinckley and Bosworth Hounslow Humberside Fire Huntingdonshire Hyndburn Isle of Wight Council Isles of Scilly Islington Kensington and Chelsea King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Kingston upon Hull Kirklees Knowsley Lambeth Lancashire Fire Lancaster Leeds Leicester Leicestershire Fire Lewisham Lincoln Liverpool Luton Manchester Mansfield Merseyside Fire Middlesbrough Newark and Sherwood Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle-under-Lyme Newham North Devon North Dorset North East Lincolnshire North Kesteven North Lincolnshire North Norfolk North Tyneside Norwich Nottingham Nottinghamshire Fire Oldham Pendle Peterborough Plymouth Portsmouth Preston Redbridge Redcar and Cleveland Rochdale Rotherham Salford Sandwell Sedgemoor Sefton Sheffield Slough South Holland South Kesteven South Staffordshire South Tyneside South Yorkshire Fire Southampton Southend-on-Sea Southwark St Helens Stockton-on-Tees Stoke-on-Trent Sunderland Swale Tameside Tamworth Telford and the Wrekin Tendring Tewkesbury Thanet Thurrock Torbay Torridge Tower Hamlets Tyne and Wear Fire Wakefield Walsall Waltham Forest Wandsworth Waveney Wellingborough West Dorset West Lindsey West Midlands Fire West Oxfordshire West Somerset West Yorkshire Fire Westminster Wigan Wirral Wolverhampton

Scotland on Sunday on JP's 'sub-core' list

Scotland on Sunday is among a list of 59 titles which owner Johnston Press has identified as sub-core . The list comes just a day after the company said it was looking to offload assets. An email sent to staff at the company is said to have listed various papers as uber importance, primary , core and sub- core .

Those in the latter group include the daily Wigan Evening Post, Edinburgh-based Scotland on Sunday and more than a dozen other Scottish titles. According to trade publication Press Gazette, the email says: This group makes up a third of our news brands and delivers very low levels of contribution, some brands in this group do not break even. We intend to review these first and will look to establish new innovative models to enable us to improve the levels of return from this group.

It is critical that our resources are used to the maximum effect and we will be working speedily to establish an effective publishing model for these brands. It is understood that being categorised as sub-core does not automatically mean a title is up for sale. The uber importance titles include the Yorkshire Post, The Scotsman, Yorkshire Evening Post, Edinburgh Evening News, Portsmouth News, Lancashire Evening Post, The Star (Sheffield) and the News Letter in Northern Ireland.

This suggests they will be ring-fenced in any disposal strategy. In a trading update yesterday, Johnston Press, formerly based in Edinburgh and now headquartered in London, said a number of brands have been identified that are not part of its long-term future. It said they fall outside its selected markets, or do not match the audience focus, or do not offer the levels of digital growth sought by the group.

The company said it is exploring the sale of these assets to identified parties . The email sent to staff claims the media reaction has greatly exaggerated our intentions . It adds: To be crystal clear: if we do decide to undertake a small number of asset sales, the four groupings of Uber, Primary, Core and Sub-Core have no bearing on those decisions.

We would not, for example, ever look to sell a whole category. Scotland on Sunday was launched in 1988 and at its peak sold more than 100,000 copies. It now has few dedicated staff which are shared with The Scotsman.

The sub-core group: Diss Express, East Fife Mail, Galloway Gazette, Glasgow Sth & Eastwood Extra, Hemel Hempstead Express, Midlothian Advertiser, Rutland Times, Alfreton Chad, Arbroath Herald, Belper News, Beverley Guardian, Bourne Local, Brighouse Echo, Buchan Observer, Carrick Gazette, Crawley Observer, Deeside Piper, Eastbourne Gazette, Eastwood Advertiser, Ellon Times, Epworth Bells, Fleetwood Weekly News, Fraserburgh Herald, Glenrothes Gazette, Haverhill Echo, Hawick News, Hemsworth & S Elmsall Exp, Hucknall Dispatch, Linlithgow Gazette, Malton & Pickering Mercury, Mearns Leader, Morley Observer & Advertiser, Morpeth Herald, North Yorkshire News, Pocklington Post, Retford Trader & Guardian, Selkirk Weekend Advertiser, South Yorkshire Times, The Buteman, Todmorden News (inc Hebden Bridge News), Visitor, Wharfe Valley Times, Wigan Evening Post (Daily), Image Northampton, Ballymena Times, Ballymoney Times, Banbridge Leader, Belfast Vibe, Hayling Islander, Londonderry Sentinel, Portsmouth View, Scotland on Sunday, Tyrone Times, West Sussex Gazette, Worthing Advertiser, Dirt Bike Rider, South Etc, ACP Weekly (Brechin, Forfar & Montrose) and the Weekend Herald.

East Anglian Ambulance Trust Hair – air medical services

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The East of England Ambulance Trust has announced it will have a new chief executive who is due to start work in the new year.

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CBRE to dispose of 34 Wetherspoon pubs

Wetherspoon is offloading 34 pubs, including five in Scotland, as part of a review of its property portfolio. Consultancy CBRE has been appointed to handle the disposal of the pubs which are for sale together, in small packages or individually. The are located in town and city centres across the UK.

They include 27 which are owned either freehold or held on a long lease at a nominal rent. The remaining seven are held on leases with an average unexpired term of 18 years. The units are generating total sales of more than 38 million, with an average weekly turnover per pub of more than 22,000 per week.

These properties are in addition to the 20 that were put on the market by JD Wetherspoon earlier this year. Euan McGonigle, associate director in CBRE s retail Scotland team, is handling the Scottish disposals. He said: The JD Wetherspoon portfolio sale represents a unique opportunity to purchase a number of high volume businesses, all of which have seen sales grow in the last five years.

Food sales represent more than a third of total sales in pubs, having increased by 40% over the same period, which makes them ideally positioned to benefit from the continued growth in eating outside of the home.

We predict there will be strong interest from existing operators but also from new entrants who are keen to create a platform to build a successful portfolio.

The properties are as follows (Scottish outlets highlighted in bold): Bedford Banker s Draft Blackpool Auctioneer Chelmsford Sir Thomas Mildmay Chester Forest House Derby Thomas Leaper Didsbury Milson Rhodes Doncaster Old Angel Dundee Capitol (pictured above) Enfield Picture Palace Glasgow Society Room (pictured top) Gloucester Water Poet Grangemouth Earl of Zetland Hammersmith, London Plough and Harrow Heanor Red Lion Kingston Upon Hull Zachariah Pearson King s Lynn Lattice House Lanark Clydesdale Inn Liverpool Lime Kiln Long Eaton Twitchel Inn Mansfield Courthouse Milton Keynes Secklow Hundred Pontypool John Capel Hanbury Portsmouth Trafalgar Putney, London Rocket Rotherham Corn Law Rymer Sheffield Swim Inn Stourbridge Edward Rutland Stourport-on-Severn Ye Old Crown Inn Stirling 43-51 King Street Swindon Groves Company Inn Trowbridge Albany Palace West Kirby Dee Hotel Wimslow Bollin Fee Worthing Sir Timothy Shelley