For three years she had suffered from either constipation or such urgency to go that she would have to make a run for it. Her doctor had little to offer other than lifestyle tips such as ways to reduce stress – but when she looked on the internet there seemed to be plenty of websites suggesting ways to help. Indeed, she found it difficult to choose between supposedly life-changing treatments – from diets to tests and numerous supplements. IBS affects one in five people in the UK and is caused by the contents of the bowel being pushed along too quickly or too slowly So swayed by the promise of a quick cure, one day when her symptoms were particularly bad Fiona hit on one which recommended a mixture of vinegar, ginger and egg to ease painful bloating and regulate bowels. Out of desperation, she tried it, but far from improving her condition it made her worse. IBS affects one in five people in the UK. It is caused by the contents of the bowel being pushed along too quickly or too slowly, leading to either constipation or an urgent desire to empty the bowels. Stress, a bout of gastroenteritis, or even a course of antibiotics can trigger the condition. Many people also suffer from bloating and stabbing pains in their abdomen caused by spasms in their gut. Some, too, develop symptoms such as nausea or lethargy.
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Allotments and Small Holdings Committee minutes 19 April 7. The Parks Committee wanted the parks back by 25 March 8 , but it was not just a local matter for agreement within Reading Borough Council. The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries was considering the matter 9. While waiting for this, the committee agreed that: Prospect Park allotment tenants were given notice ending on 30 September , and protested to the Council The use of Prospect Park had not passed unchallenged, Reading Allotment Society Ltd protested to the Allotments and Small Holdings Committee that they disapproved when there were vacancies on Norcot Allotments which they managed
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Dr Nick Reed, a senior human factors researcher who led the project, found that those who use their smartphones on the move routinely spend up to 60 per cent of their time looking down at the device instead of focusing on the road ahead, compared with those without phones who spend just 10 per cent of the time, on average, looking away, for instance to check the speedometer, satnav or in-car entertainment.
Police usually only report collisions where someone has been injured, and mobile phone users often slow down to compensate for their unsafe behaviour, which means their actions cause less severe crashes — leading to a lower level of reporting. Where official statistics fail to illuminate this growing safety problem, the TRL study has, largely, shone a light. By electronically monitoring 28 young drivers aged 18 to 25 with an array of CCTV cameras inside the Honda Civic simulator, Dr Reed found that reaction times to visual and auditory stimuli — such as those experienced on a real-life journey — were nearly 38 per cent worse while they were using smartphones.
Drivers who have seen cars inexplicably veer across the lanes of a motorway will not be surprised to hear that the 28 guinea pigs also swerved out of lane more frequently and reacted more slowly when vehicles ahead braked. By contrast, there was a 37 per cent delay in reactions for those texting, 26 per cent for those making a hands-free call, 21 per cent for those on cannabis and 12 per cent for those at the UK alcohol drink-drive limit. And remember, the figures refer only to reaction times, not necessarily the overall level of concentration being devoted to driving, or phoning.
The IAM is now calling on the Government, phone manufacturers and social network providers to do more to highlight the risks. They have the backing of Dr Reed:
The path starts next to Salisbury Cathedral and heads through Clarendon Way and past the ruins of Clarendon Palace before a short wooded section takes you to Pitton. You then cross the hills to West and Middle Winterslow and descend into Broughton where you join a lovely country lane that takes you onto Houghton. Here you cross the River Test on your way to King’s Somborne. Another wooded section through Parnholt woods then leads to the beautiful Farley Mount Country Park where at the highest point there is a pyramid shaped folly that gives the park its name.
The final section sees the walker descend into Winchester, passing through the outskirts and then along the River Itchen to finish next to the cathedral. You can start your walk from the car park on Old Stockbridge Road about 1 mile east of the hill.
Rochester and Strood is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since by Kelly Tolhurst, a Conservative.
Origins[ edit ] A university in the city of Canterbury was first considered in , when an anticipated growth in student numbers led several residents to seek the creation of a new university, including Kent. However, the plans never came to fruition. In the Education Committee of Kent County Council explored the creation of a new university,  formally accepting the proposal unanimously on 24 February The name adopted reflected the support of both the city and county authorities; as well as the existence of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, which officially opposed the use of a name too similar to its own.
However, the four original colleges — Darwin, Eliot, Keynes and Rutherford — remain, together with the newer Woolf and Turing colleges, each with their own masters. In July the tunnel collapsed, damaging part of the Cornwallis Building, which sank nearly a metre within about an hour on the evening of 11 July. In the university opened the University Centre at Tonbridge now the University of Kent at Tonbridge for its School of Continuing education , helping to enhance the availability of teaching across the county.
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Births and deaths were not usually recorded as such. Their online guide to Parochial i. The English parish church was a key secular as well as religious institution until the Victorian period. As part of local government, it was responsible for poor relief, running local charities, and even local roads and law enforcement. As a result, the ‘parish chest’ contains a lot more than just the registers.
It is hoped that a full list of which registers are available at Maidenhead Library, will be online late John the Baptist, New Windsor only: It is not always easy to locate your ancestors in the IGI using their search. Manually typing in the batch numbers can be tedious. Hugh Wallis has created a database of those numbers and the source records that they apply to.
Blog home Every Gypsy and Traveller caravan site in England mapped and listed The number of Gypsy and Traveller caravan sites across England has risen slightly with the East of England recording the highest number of sites. Find all the sites mapped by local authority The East of England contains the most caravan sites for Gypsies and the Travellers according to latest statistics out today. The report published by the Department for Communities and Local Government DCLG , is the most comprehensive count of local gypsy and caravan sites with details on total number of pitches and showing both those on authorised and unauthorised sites.
The number of those on authorised sites increased by caravans since January with a total of 15, now being recorded. The total number of all sites across England only saw a marginal rise with 46 more caravans than in January , making the total 18, in January
There are full-blown books at one end of the reading spectrum and small articles or blogs, usually on the Internet, at the other end. This potted history sits somewhere in the middle. The sole objective is to give the reader a taste for the subject. Hopefully, there are sufficient links within the text and information.
We carefully dry-age each rump to ensure unbeatable succulence and flavour, and this cut is simply superb for roasting to serve medium-rare. The Cat, West Hoathly, Sussex High on a spur of the Sussex Weald, this classic village pub think oak beams, fireplaces and gossiping locals who would struggle to leave their favourite bar stool if their house was on fire has four charming rooms upstairs. Fiona Duncan, hotel reviewer for The Daily Telegraph is a huge fan: One mouthful of their braised shoulder of lamb with rose Harrissa jus, and you’ll be wondering if they’re not there already.
Small flourishes on the classic roast selection, made with real love and care, set this place apart – as does the laidback, intimate interior and friendly staff. Well worth a visit even if you don’t live in the area. The roasts are American-style and really popular — I always go for the salt beef brisket with cajun spices and bourbon gravy. The Inn at Whitewell, Lancashire Coogan and Brydon ate in this lavish country pub in the first series of The Trip, but locals in this neck of the Forest of Bowland home of numerous witch trials in centuries past have long known that the main draw here has nothing to do with celebrity.
The most well-known geological formation in the Thames Valley area is London Clay. However, there is a stretch of land, roughly centred on Bagshot, which is approximately 25 miles wide east to west and 15 miles from north to south, where the London Clay is covered by layers of sand that were put down between 58 million and 43 million years ago during the Palaeogene era.
Three strata are currently identified: Bagshot Formation the oldest is dominated by orange and pale yellow fine-grained sand, its depth varying widely with 40 metres in the Bagshot-Chertsey area but only 7 metres in Ascot; Bracklesham Beds containing alternate layers of sand and clay are mainly found in the Chobham, Crowthorne and Farnborough areas; and Barton Beds containing yellowish brown fine-grained sand with an impersistent layer of flint and pebbles at the base are mainly limited to Chobham and Bagshot.
In plain English, apart from the odd piece of land on the northern edges of Sunninghill and Ascot, the soil is sandy in nature, holding little in the way of nutrients. Hence, it was not going to attract people who needed reasonable land to cultivate in our agrarian society.
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Description[ edit ] Rochester and Strood constituency is an urban and rural area in north Kent situated alongside the River Medway , which joins the Thames Estuary , becoming a wide salty and sea-like waterway at its northern river mouth. It spans two of the five Medway Towns: Medway or Medway Towns is the collective name for the municipal area, one of the largest conurbations in South East England outside London that encompasses the towns of Chatham , Gillingham , Rainham, Kent , Rochester, Strood and a surrounding narrow buffer: Rochester and Strood Riversides are the names of large urban brownfield sites, and are one of the main development projects in the Thames Gateway.
A substantial new mixed use developments will include some 3, plus new mixed tenure homes, offices and shops, two new hotels, restaurants, river walks and open spaces and links to historic Rochester.
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The borough constituency of Poole has existed since Previously the town had been a parliamentary borough , electing two members of parliament from until when representation was reduced to one member. In the constituency was abolished altogether and absorbed into the East Dorset constituency until its reintroduction in Robert Syms Conservative has been the Member of Parliament since The UK Independence Party won At the general election, the Conservative candidate Michael Tomlinson gained the constituency from the Liberal Democrats with a majority of 10, and The Liberal Democrats won It is represented by Conor Burns , a Conservative Member of Parliament, who retained the seat with a majority of 12, and Following local government reorganisation in , the arms were transferred to Poole Borough Council.
In , the council received the grant of supporters for the coat of arms. The supporters refer to important charters given to the town; to the left is a gold lion holding a long sword representing William Longespee who in granted the town’s first charter; on the right is a dragon derived from the Royal Arms of Elizabeth I who granted Poole county corporate status in The oldest part of the town including the historic Old Town, Poole Quay and the Dolphin Shopping Centre lies to the south-east of Holes Bay on a peninsula jutting into the harbour, although much of the land to the east of the peninsula has been reclaimed from the harbour since the mid 20th century.
Four Fairs were excellent and postal sales made a strong recovery. Lots of stock to arrange and price up and items to add to the selection on www. One Fair is annual and the other is a more homely monthly event which I have visited twice before. I now have a few good contacts at these events and they did not let me down with the stocks I wanted.
After Wycombe Poor Law Union was formed on 25th March Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 41 in number, representing its 33 constituent parishes as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one).
My contact information is given on a separate page. I first became interested in workhouses while researching my family history. I discovered that my great-great-grandfather had died in a workhouse and that his death had been registered by the matron. I also became fascinated by the buildings after seeing an old Victorian Ordnance Survey map of the town where I then lived.
At the edge of town was a huge hexagonal shape which dwarfed everything in the area. Eager to discover more, I visited the local libraries but found that they had precious little information about the large and fearsome building which had stood there for the best part of a century. This web site, which began life at the start of , is the result of my researches and visits to hundreds of former workhouse sites across the British Isles, from Truro to Thurso, and from Dover to Donegal.
At the last count, it contained over web pages, photos and illustrations, and maps and plans. All this work has been done entirely in my spare time and is totally self-funded, so donations are always very welcome and appreciated. I also regularly present talks on subjects such as the workhouse — more information on my talks web page. Quite separate from my historical researches, I have written several pieces for the stage including Steam Radio an affectionate parody of Brief Encounter and Making Ends Meet set in the world’s most unsuccessful dating agency.
Some of my on-screen contributions can occasionally be viewed on YouTube things do come and go, however. The link s below were available last time I looked:
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The town covers all of the old village of Easthampstead though not all of the old parish and the hamlet of Ramslade. There is a Bronze Age round barrow at Bill Hill. Easthampstead Park was a favoured royal hunting lodge in Windsor Forest and Catherine of Aragon was banished there until her divorce was finalised.
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It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year. So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections. Change It wasn’t trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined Unlike in , change was no longer a campaign slogan.
But, the term still held a lot of weight. Here’s an excerpt from our Word of the Year announcement in The national debate can arguably be summarized by the question: In the past two years, has there been enough change?