Everyone knows about food banks in their local area helping to tackle hunger and help families in need, but have you ever heard of a community surplus hub? The man who runs this amazing scheme is Pesh Kapashiawara, the Chair of Trustees. With regular food banks, you need to get a reference letter from an official organisation such as a school, GP, social worker, etc. You will also be assessed alongside your full financial history/details for them to see if you’re in need of assistance.
AN ‘iconic’ bungalow with its own tennis court is on the market in Warrington for the first time in more than 60 years.
Natasha Johnston, 28, was attacked by dogs at a beauty spot in Caterham, Surrey
Worcester couple want ban on DNP after death of daughter who overdosed on toxic diet pills
To clutter or not to clutter? Marie Kondo's “kind of given up” tidying at home, due to the birth of her third child.
Police believe they are still in the country and fear they could be sleeping rough in a tent
The United States will "continue to oppose anything" that puts a two-state solution "further from reach" after one of the bloodiest months in the West Bank and East Jerusalem in several years, the US secretary of state has said. Antony Blinken said the US opposes Israeli settlement expansion and any moves towards the annexation of the West Bank. The US secretary of state spoke at a news conference in Jerusalem on the second day of a two-day visit to the region where he met Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu and the Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.
Misguided government efforts to rehabilitate militants have helped fuel recent terrorist activity
The wife of a jailed Bolivian opposition leader accused the government Monday of having used a hidden camera to film "intimacy" between her and her husband on a prison visit.The 30-year-old, who married Camacho in May last year, claimed that with "hidden cameras, the government recorded my intimacy as a woman and our intimacy as a couple."
‘Biden didn’t defy a subpoena, congressman’
A TikTok video viewed hundreds of thousands of times claims that the United States has waived all in-person interviews for Kenyan travellers seeking visas. According to the clip, all travellers must do is deliver the necessary papers and await their visas. However, the claim is misleading: the United States has waived in-person interviews for some travellers seeking to renew certain types of visas, but not all of them.“No more visa interviews for 2023… so keep all the documents ready to submit,”
Rishi Suna has come under fire from veterans and members of his own party after a US general said the army could no longer defend the UK
William Shawcross was due to investigate the BBC chairman’s appointment amid reports he helped Boris Johnson secure a loan.
A HERD of cows have been spotted making their way along a busy road in Airdrie.
Falmouth Town manager Andrew Westgarth was pleased to add another three points despite a below-par performance on Saturday.
Hundreds of jobs remain at risk as supermarket will not buy Paperchase’s stores
Phil Mickelson says he will be "at peace" if he never plays in a PGA Tour event or Ryder Cup again, nearly one year after his explosive remarks about the Saudi-funded LIV golf series triggered uproar."If I were never to play another PGA Tour event, I'm totally at peace with it," Mickelson said.
Matt Hancock has defended his time on I'm A Celebrity during an awkward grilling on ITV.
Civil servants, higher education staff, some schools, rail workers and coffin makers will walk out in one day of co-ordinated strike action
An award-winning Scottish Champagne retailer...declared it was “hard to overstate how challenging Brexit has proven”