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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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    Christians Against Poverty – Kings Lynn Francis Boekee

Month: August 2021

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News

Joe Biden defends handling of US departure from Afghanistan

President Joe Biden is defending his handling of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, including the frantic final evacuation from Kabul airport. In remarks at the White House on Tuesday, Mr Biden said the US government had reached out 19 times since March, prior to his public announcement that he was going to end the US war, to encourage all American citizens in Afghanistan to leave. He acknowledged that 100 to […]

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Patrick Bamford never stopped believing he would be an England international

Patrick Bamford insisted he never gave up hope he would finally earn an England call. The Leeds striker has been included in the Three Lions’ squad for the first time for the World Cup qualifiers with Hungary, Andorra and Poland. Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s withdrawal through injury means Bamford and Harry Kane are the only two recognised forwards in Gareth Southgate’s squad. Bamford never played a game for Chelsea during five years […]

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Harry Kane says his conscience is clear after transfer talk

Tottenham striker Harry Kane insists he has a clear conscience after a summer move to Manchester City failed to materialise. Kane looked set to head to the Etihad Stadium for a record fee earlier in the transfer window, having returned late to pre-season training as reports of a move rumbled on. With speculation over his future rife, the England captain then posted on Twitter last week committing himself to Spurs […]

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National Trust reports 383 in online donations during pandemic year

The National Trust has reported a 383% increase in online donations in a year blighted by the coronavirus pandemic, which caused the majority of the charity’s venues to be “put into hibernation”. The organisation said it expected to feel financial repercussions for “some years” following the pandemic, but that business and members were returning. The trust said a high percentage (84.2%) of its membership had been retained – about 1% […]

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Owner of Geronimo the alpaca calls for Environment Secretary to resign

The owner of Geronimo the alpaca has called on the Environment Secretary to resign, accusing him of “murdering an innocent animal” days before a warrant for the animal’s destruction was due to expire. Police officers and staff from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) arrived at Helen Macdonald’s farm near Wickwar, south Gloucestershire, at 10.45am on Tuesday. Campaigners, who had been camped out at the property for […]

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Never a better time to book a winter break Ryanair

It's while demand recovers and prices are low. There will “never be a better time” to book a winter break, according to the boss of Ryanair. Michael O’Leary said air fares will be “much lower” than before the coronavirus pandemic while demand recovers. He told reporters at a press conference in central London: “There has never been a better time to go away on winter breaks, (visit) Christmas markets, city […]

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Clean up operation begins after tents and rubbish left at Reading Festival

Aerial footage of the site appeared to show large quantities of tents and rubbish The clean-up has begun at Reading Festival after aerial footage of the site appeared to show large quantities of tents and rubbish that were left behind by attendees. Video shot using a drone of the festival site at Little John’s Farm, which was taken at 5pm on Monday, showed tents and discarded items scattered in the […]

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XR occupies London Bridge on ninth day of climate protests

It's the ninth day of protests. Extinction Rebellion (XR) protesters have occupied part of a bridge in central London on the ninth day of its two weeks of demonstrations across the capital. The southern end of the London Bridge has been taken over by activists who marched from City Hall to occupy the junction before blocking the road with a bus. Metropolitan Police officers then surrounded the vehicle and several […]

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Local News

Pub street party raises charity funds

The Live and Let Live public house on Windsor Road in Lynn held a street party over the bank holiday weekend.With live music and lots of things to get involved with the community got together to raise money for a local charity.A total of £1414.60 was raised for the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House.The Windsor Road street party raised funds for Tapping House. (50743415)Fun and games at the Live and Let […]

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