Jellyfish whose eyes were bigger than its jelly belly washes up on North Wales beach
As in the standard timetable, some passenger trains split and join here. With a total of trains to handle, the signalman is kept busy! Most trains are of course formed of d. Barnham Summer Weekday A welcome addition for this popular simulation, this timetable goes back to Coronation year. The frequent Southern Electric service was formed of an earlier generation of stock dating back to the thirties.
The Severn Valley and Marches Area is formed from the western part of the East Midlands Government Office Region and the northern part of the South West Government Office Region.
Gary Speed, pictured as Wales manager, reportedly stayed over Barry Bennell’s home as a teenager Image: Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Gary Speed stayed over at paedophile football coach Barry Bennell’s home but was ‘too clever’ to be a victim of abuse, his dad has suggested. He even stayed at the now- convicted paedophile’s Peak District home as a teenager – with other boys – and had an ‘alright’ time, Speed’s father, Roger, told The Telegraph.
But the late Leeds United star’s family insist that he was never targeted by Bennell, despite a number of former footballers revealing their abuse at the coach’s hands. Read More Football sex abuse probe: What we know so far as more than 20 ex-players say they were victims Roger, who lives with his wife of 50 years, Carol, in Flintshire, Wales, said that he met Bennell when he would go to collect Gary , then a youngster, from training.
Police find car involved in fatal hit-and-run on Chester Road
Presenter Dan Walker, who spent four hours on and off camera with him, said: He was talking about his kids, how they were really coming on, and talking about playing golf next week. You could see the players adored him. They really looked up to him. A Newcastle scarf is tied to the entrance to Speed’s Cheshire home Respects:
A year-old woman was killed at a pedestrian crossing on Chester Road in Cornbrook last night when she was hit by a silver Ford Mondeo.
Granted 10th December The chevrons are from the arms of the Clare Earls of Gloucester. The first horseshoe is derived from the old arms of the City of Gloucester, the second is from the arms of the Allen family, and the third is from the arms of the Cripps family. The fleeces represent the woollen industry. The crest is based on that granted to the City of Gloucester in The motto is that of the Allen family.
Emergency ambulance crashes into speed camera near Chester hospital
Continue forward down St Martin’s Way, through several sets of traffic lights and onto Nicholas Street until reaching another major roundabout the Grosvenor Road Roundabout. Turn left onto Castle Drive this turning can be found immediately following a set of traffic lights with the Racecourse on your right. Exiting the car park on foot and continuing along Castle Drive with the river on your right , Riverside is yards on your left. If you are visiting on an Open Day, parking arrangements may be different.
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Bob Casselden looks at the transformation of B. Reduced to three carriages and driving van trailer, after two carriages were damaged in an incident involving some corrugated sheet blown on to the track, on 27 December see last issue , the Picture by Peter Lloyd. Thanks to everyone who has sent Christmas and New Year wishes and kind comments.
Floods combined with very high tides caused damage to the Conwy Valley and Cambrian Coast Lines, leading to complete closure between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog and between Machynlleth and Pwllheli. Llanelli to Carmarthen in South Wales was also blocked. The Cambrian Coast line, which is already out of use north of Harlech due to the non-weather-related damage to the Briwet Bridge, has been rendered unusable in a number of places.
The picture above, by Mark Kendall, shows the state of the shore-line section between Tonfanau and Tywyn with the A close-up of the wash-out between the rails. Picture By Mark Kendall. The coast protection here is provided by large boulders, augmented by miscellaneous large masonry blocks brought from redundant structures elsewhere. At Barmouth, the unit from Harlech, was coupled to the one which had returned from Tonfanau.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A college learning support worker has been found guilty of unprofessional conduct and reprimanded after a video he took of himself performing a sex act while dancing was posted on YouTube. He admitted participating in a video or videos which were inappropriate or explicit and that he shared those videos on Facebook Messenger with a person he had recently met online.
Read More Teacher accused of drinking alcohol at work while in charge of three and four year-olds is struck off He deleted the message and video thinking it would be the end of the matter but it was uploaded onto YouTube within 20 minutes, against his wishes, claimed Mr Thomas.
Conway Castle is a medieval fortification in Conwy, on the north coast of Wales. It was built by Edward I, during his conquest of Wales, between and Over the next few centuries, the castle played an important part in several wars. Founded in and developed by five generations of one family, it was gifted to the care of the National Trust in The garden spans 80 acres of hillside and includes formal Italianate Terraces, informal shrub borders stocked with plants from around the world, and The Dell, a gorge garden, a number of notable trees and a waterfall.
Furnace Wood and Meadow was recently opened in April Bodnant Garden is visited by around , people every year and is famous for its Laburnum arch, the longest in the UK, which flowers in May and June. The garden is also celebrated for its link to the plant hunters of the early s whose expeditions formed the base of the garden’s four National Collections of plants — Magnolia, Embothrium, Eucryphia and Rhododendron forrestii.
Plas Mawr Plas Mawr English: The property was built by Robert Wynn, a member of the local gentry, following his marriage to his first wife, Dorothy Griffith. Wynn was known for his hospitality, and the household was supported by Wynn’s local dairy herds, orchards and gardens.
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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email It can be appealing to see Chinese lanterns light up the sky on Bonfire Night or at any other celebration but there are many hidden dangers involved. There are 14 local authorities in Wales who have banned the release of sky lanterns on their land. In October the Welsh Government wrote to local authorities encouraging them to introduce a voluntary ban.
RSPCA Cymru has urged the eight other local authorities to follow the majority of councils that have recognised the danger and brought in a ban. How Chinese lanterns affect animals RSPCA Cymru say lanterns pose a threat to animals, as they can cause injury, suffering, and death, through ingestion, entanglement and entrapment. Birds and wildlife can become entangled in the wire or bamboo frames leading to injury or death.
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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe Welsh government said health boards were working to address backlog issues The number of patients waiting longer than they should for diagnostic services like MRI scans and ultrasounds has trebled in the last two years. Figures also show proportionately more patients in Wales face waits of over eight weeks than in England.
The Welsh government said health boards were working to address backlog issues. The number of people waiting more than nine months for hospital treatment in Wales has also reached its highest level in two years. When a patient is referred for diagnostic services such as a CT scan or an endoscopy they are meant to be seen within eight weeks – the so-called “operational standard”.
But according to the figures for November , more than 23, were left waiting longer – up from just under 8, two years ago. And for CT scans, 7. Her father, Colin, said the family’s GP referred her to Wrexham Maelor Hospital but they did not receive an appointment until December, despite him trying to get her seen sooner. She is due to return to the hospital later this month to discuss any treatment but she says her hopes of playing football for a top level team are now over.
Prior to the injury she said she had played competitively locally and had trials with Tranmere and Chester before having trials with Liverpool. All my mates can do sport and I can’t.