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Howard Lake | 20 January 2015 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Art Miles is a new fundraising initiative from the Art Fund to help raise funds for museums and galleries. Instead of walking round the exhibition halls of a museum or gallery, these walks offer you the chance to walk round the grounds of these institutions and raise funds for them.The events offer a combination of health and fitness and cultural appreciation, and access to areas not usually open to the public.https://twitter.com/CultureLabel/status/555741333705347072The first three events take place on 22 March 2015 in London. Art Miles walkers can visit parts of Chiswick House and Gardens that are not normally open to the public, experience falconry at Dulwich Picture Gallery and come away with their own artwork from the William Morris Gallery.Everyone taking part will also receive “a lovely Art Miles bag on arrival”.The registration fee is £20 for adults. Up to four children aged 16 and under can walk for free when accompanied by a paying adult.The money raised will be donated to the local gallery or museum, minus “a small admin fee to the Art Fund” for organising and promoting the events.The Art Fund suggests other ways to raise even more funds, including dressing up in fancy dress and inviting family and friends to sponsor you as you walk round.Stephen Deuchar, director of the Art Fund, said:“As the national fundraising charity for art, we hope that Art Miles will galvanise both existing and new supporters, helping communities to enjoy beautiful buildings, parks and art on their doorsteps.” 25 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: arts Community fundraising Events AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Advertisement Cultural open air walks to raise funds for museums and galleries
NewsAmputee’s jail term postponed to allow him get spare legBy Staff Reporter – October 30, 2014 885 Email Twitter by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A CONVICTED amputee is to give himself up to the the Governor of Limerick Prison this Halloween after a sentencing judge postponed jailing him to allow him get a spare prosthetic leg ahead of serving a two year prison sentence for stabbing his friend at the house party on New Years Day three years ago.Vincent Leamy (42), originally from Castleconnell but with an address in Pineview Gardens, Moyross, admitted assault causing serious harm to his friend through multiple stab wounds including a laceration to the kidney.Judge Carroll Moran heard that Leamy was invited to a New Year house party with friends but a dispute developed between the two men in the kitchen of the injured party’s home.Offensive comments were made and the defendant said that he was jealous of the lifestyle of his friend.The dispute escalated and Leamy stabbed his friend in the cheek, upper neck, hand and abdomen when he was asked to leave the house.The injured man went to bed unaware of the extent of his injuries but he was taken to hospital the next morning when his partner noticed the blood and wounds infliced the previous night.The stab wound to his abdomen had caused a laceration to his kidney and Judge Moran said it was lucky for both the injured party and the accused that the extent of the injuries was not much more serious”.Having adjourned the case for a year to see if Leamy could stay out of trouble and off drink and drugs, Judge Moran was told that the accused man had three serious convictions for drug offences in the meantime.Defence Counsel Brian McInerney argued that there was no evidence before the court that his client had taken drugs but Judge Moran said he was “peddling” drugs.Mr McInerney said his client, who has a prosthetic limb, has his “own medical difficulties in life that burden him on a daily basis”.Judge Moran said the use of knives in a dispute was “quite unacceptable” and can have catastrophic consequences.Imposing a three year sentence, Judge Moran suspended the final year and agreed to defer the sentence for one week, given Mr Leamy’s medical needs.Leamy gave an undertaking to present himself at the gates of Limerick Prison at 1pm on October 31. Advertisement Previous articleUnemployed in Limerick are ‘harassed’ by Government’s dole cut threatNext articleWalter Mitty style fraudster faces arrest in Spain Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Facebook Print WhatsApp
Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Samantha Guzman Samantha Guzman is an award-winning visual journalist and graduate of the University of North Texas Mayborn School of Journalism. She specializes in visual storytelling and has skills in video, audio and photography, in addition to news writing. She has traveled to Mexico and Bosnia as an assistant for multiple multimedia projects and taught news writing, photojournalism, and narrative storytelling in the past. Representative Mike Fitzpatrick (R-Pennsylvania) said he will be exploring a change in strategy in order to get some regulatory relief passed, after a bill that would address 12 separate fixes to the Dodd-Frank Act was thwarted by the Senate. Fitzpatrick, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, has introduced a bill that would give banks an additional two years to dispose of collateralized loan obligations as required by the Volcker Rule, on two separate occasions, according to a report.In January, the house passed the bill by a vote of 271 to 154, with 29 Democrats voting in favor of it. However, Senate Democrats led by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) vowed to fight the bill and it failed to pass. Democrats, including Warren, have said they worry that bills that claim to be aimed at relieving regulatory burdens for small banks are being used to roll back Dodd-Frank for the benefit of the largest financial institutions.Fitzpatrick noted Tuesday that each of the individual bills included in his legislation, the “Promoting Job Creation and Reducing Small Business Burden Act,” had bipartisan support when they either passed the full House or his committee. But when packaged together, they have drawn the ire of more liberal Democrats.“These are the bipartisan ideas,” Fitzpatrick said following an appearance in New York. “You package them together and put them on the floor. Then [Senator Elizabeth Warren] comes out against one of the 12, and all of a sudden we lose all our support.”The Pennsylvania Republican said that he may have to consider a new approach to getting some regulatory relief done, including possibly lifting the asset threshold, that banks used to be determined systemically important financial institutions, from the $50 billion where it currently stands and providing regulatory relief for small banks. Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick Dodd-Frank Reform Act Pennsylvania 2015-03-12 Samantha Guzman Home / Daily Dose / Representative Plans to Consider Different Approach to Passing Regulatory Relief The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Representative Plans to Consider Different Approach to Passing Regulatory Relief Related Articles Previous: Large Financial Firms Intend to Raise Dividends Following Fed’s Approval of Capital Plans Next: Judge Approves $69 Million MBS Settlement for Bank of America, U.S. Bank March 12, 2015 875 Views Tagged with: Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick Dodd-Frank Reform Act Pennsylvania in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Subscribe Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago
AudioHomepage BannerNews Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Jet skiers behaving badly at popular Inishowen beach Previous articleBusiness Matters Ep 9 – Brendan McAteer & Larissa FeeneyNext articleDale Gorman signs on at Glentoran News Highland Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further By News Highland – September 2, 2020 Twitter Facebook Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Serious safety concerns have been raised over some jet skiers behaving badly at a popular Inishowen beach. Ned’s Point near Buncrana is a hive of activity, particularly at weekends, however its understood that problems with some jet skiers have arisen in recent years.The water is also used by swimmers and there are fears locally that someone will be seriously injured following a close call at the weekend.Pat Greynor of Swilly Swimmers says it’s a serious issue that needs to be policed better:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/jefgdfgfdgdftskiers.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Google+
Port Mahon, HT 08 Week 1, 13 JanuaryThe upstairs of the Port Mahon is an unassuming venue – the stage rocks the ‘my best mate’s living room’ vibe, complete with fireplace and telly moved out of the way to fit in the drum kit. Well, almost.The humble staging, however, was actually the perfect offset for three very different musical outfits. Figment were back on stage after a couple of months away from the live scene. The Bristol three-piece unleashed their brand of snarling, brawling rock with vim and fervour. Their energy was almost uncontainable, mic stands askew and t-shirts duly stripped, delivered at ear-splitting volume. They announced themselves with Reservoir Dogs style shouts and a bass line more infectious than an outbreak of food poisoning at a picnic serving prawn cocktail for starters.Figment are clearly very tight – the illusion of spontaneity is clearly underpinned by the old formula talent versus practise. Drummer Harvey was impressive (and not just because of his pectorals), blowing out any January cobwebs with one particular drum solo that shook your very bones. The fairly subdued Sunday night crowd didn’t really know how to respond to the sweating, swaggering beast that commanded their attention. Figment don’t promise to change the world, but they do put out for a filthily good time. Look out for them live in 2008. Next up were the Will Knox Band. The difference between the two bands couldn’t have been more marked. Will Knox leads his melancholy band of boys and girls through heartbreaking acoustic folk-tinged tunes. Two things raise them above a slew of Jose-Gonzalez sound-alikes: the first is the quality of the song-writing.The lyrics are quietly well observed: “please don’t neglect me like a dress you outgrew”, “I’m as empty as the pockets of my skin tight jeans.” The second is Will Knox himself – his understated charisma asserts an irresistible pull. His clear and tender vocals are nuanced by bass-player Jeni Magana’s. The breath catching moment of the night was their stripped acoustic number. With their soft West Coast glamour, the Will Knox band put me in a position that I never thought I’d be in, thinking: “Man, that was an intense banjo solo.” No pretension, just lush strings and effortless atmosphere: lovely, lovely stuff. Finally, Mister Ginger took to the stage. What to expect with such variety preceding them? Mister Ginger are an Oxford four piece, bridging the Balliol/Trinity divide by making sweet music. They don’t have a particularly coherent look, at odds with the unity of their music, which is expressed in the verve and imagination with which they play. Once more tonight it’s the drums that that drive this operation forward – Nick Wallace with Pete Ballett on bass are a potent combination.Mr Ginger are a more complex entity than the two previous bands, and definitely show the most variety in terms of style of song-writing. I am frustrated as to pin them down generically. Shall we say ‘intelligent, layered, witty guitar rock’, and then leave you to hunt them down in Myspace monde? Good. Because you should. And join the campaign to get them to play again before Trinity Ball. All in all, Port Mahon offered an unexpectedly well balanced night of high quality, passionate and professional music. Such an eclectic mix shouldn’t have worked, but it really, truly did. Roll on Hilary Term.by Mathura Umachandran
More than 11,000 people have watched Sea Isle City merchants, residents and visitors dance to Pharrell Williams’ contagious pop song “Happy” in a YouTube video produced by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization.But not to be outdone by the neighbors south of the border, the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce has been hard at work producing a version of its own.The Chamber’s special events coordinator, Caitlin Greene, has filmed Chamber members at a luncheon, the police and fire departments, a Zumba class, OC Paddleboard employees on the water, Yoasis Frozen Yogurt staff and customers, and a host of other merchants.The Chamber hopes to debut its video in time for the City Council meeting on Thursday, June 12.Click here to see some clips of the video in the making.
People off work through mental ill-health costs business millions every year, but this is the tip of the iceberg compared to the higher costs involved when people at work perform below par through a mental ill-health condition. My eyes were opened to this ’last taboo’ subject recently when I was encouraged (in one of my voluntary work roles) to do a ’mental health first aid’ course. No sooner had I finished it than TV’s Secret Millionaire featured a Barnsley millionaire confessing to having had a ’secret’ mental breakdown a few years ago. I had no idea just how much this subject affects the workplace; I just thought stress and depression were the new ’bad back’ lame excuse on a sick note. How wrong I was!In fact, nearly all of the UK population suffer some sort of mental ill-health at some time in their lives. The condition is not usually severe, but, like any illness, a mild condition may worsen if not treated. “Pull yourself together!” is rather useless in helping someone to recover from depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.Wouldn’t it be good if the baking industry were open about mental ill-health and doing something positive to tackle it? Most people are prejudiced in their thoughts on the subject. If your friend said they had just joined a “physical health club” you might be impressed, but if the same friend said that they had just joined a “mental health club”, would you be as impressed?If a colleague reports that they are depressed, do you know the best way to help them make a recovery and how best for them to avoid recurrence? Do you know the difference between stress, depression, addiction, phobias, neurosis, psychosis, bipolar, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder or panic attack? Do you know the long-term effects of caffeine, lack of sleep, alcohol or drugs? If your grandmother or teenage son were preparing to commit suicide, would you spot the early warning signs? Do you know how to take care of your own physical and mental health? I do – I’ve done the course.Even though mental illness may not be caused by work, it does affect people’s ability to work at their best, so it is something we should address. But we are bakers, not therapists. Like an ordinary first aider, our job is to recognise when there is a problem, provide initial help as trained mental health first aiders and move the person to appropriate professional help if necessary. Mrs Foster remarked that, in an economic downturn, business owners and senior managers are more likely to suffer personal mental ill-health. How is your mental health, reader?Don’t panic! Most ordinary first aid at our bakery involves little more than a sticking plaster but, left untreated, it leaves a bloody mess all over the bakery and spoils the buns. It’s something similar for most mental health first aid too: early treatment – usually simple – avoids a messier situation.To find out about a course in your area see www.mentalhealthfirstaid.csip.org.uk
Peter’s Food Service has struck up a new two-year sponsorship deal with Cardiff City Football Club.The manufacturer of pies, pasties, sausage rolls and slices in Caerphilly, near Cardiff, has become the official sponsor of the Bluebirds’ Family Stand in the 27,000-capacity stadium.The deal includes official partnership status for Peter’s at the Championship club as well as company branding at the venue.Mike Grimwood, managing director of Peter’s, said: “This is fantastic news for us, Cardiff City and all their loyal fans. We are passionate about Welsh sport and giving families the opportunity to take part in an activity, whether it’s football-related or just simply active fun. We feel our Family Stand sponsorship is a great fit to our business.“Cardiff City is developing a wonderful reputation as a family-friendly club and we’re thrilled to be a part of that experience.”Peter’s will be hosting match day entertainment as part of the deal, which includes serving samples of new and existing lines from its giant pie mobile, as well as a branded pie-athlete board, a giant target for fans to kick footballs through holes.Alan Whiteley, chief executive at Cardiff City FC, said: “We’re delighted to have attracted such a strong Welsh brand as a commercial partner. Peter’s is a major employer for our region and a growing business that’s respected across the UK.”Peter’s is currently the official partner of the Welsh Rugby Union, and supplies the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff as well as Premiership and Championship clubs, Reading and Birmingham City. The firm sells around one million pies at UK football grounds each season.