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Radio needs memories

People aged between 16 and 100 are needed for a huge community radio project.

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Hand challenge for hospital visitors

Hospital visitors were challenged to see how clean their hands were as part of a drive to fight infections.

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Generous shoppers praised

Shoppers have been praised for their generosity after hundreds of pounds were raised for injured servicemen.

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Hearty praise for Nuneaton

Nuneaton and Bedworth is good for the heart – and that’s official.

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Praise for torch makers

Staff at a sheet metal factory have certainly had their work cut out after being commissioned to make the 8,000 London 2012 Olympic Torches.

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Sporty youngsters get top role

Youngsters have been picked out for the opportunity of a lifetime due to all their efforts in sport.

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Homes to be wrapped up

Homes in Nuneaton will be wrapped up to keep them warm thanks to a new grant.

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Fundraising Widow Honoured

Cheryl Barnacle, from Stockingford Nuneaton has been awarded the title of ‘Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year 2011’ by Cancer Research UK. Since losing her husband Clive to the disease in 2007 she has put her energies into raising thousands of pounds towards helping prevent others from going through the same pain.

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Nurturing School Awarded

Stockingford Infant School is pleased to have been honoured with the Marjorie Boxall Quality Mark Award. The Cross Street School is among only a few in the country to receive the award, which has been given to recognise the work they do providing opportunities for children and their families.

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Construction Workers’ Charity Skydive

A group of construction workers helping to renovate the RNIB Pears Centre, formerly the RNIB Rushton School and Children’s Home near Bedworth, decided to raise funds for the organisation by throwing themselves out of a plane. They thought that doing a tandem skydive would be a great way to raise some much needed money for the school. The daring group was made up of Shepherd Construction’s David Critchlow, Kerri Harris, Andy Astley, Steve Green, Gavin Green, Marc Williams, Craig Sharples, …

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