The Liberty Sisters – Ruby, Rose and Dolly – are the Westcountry’s leading vintage vocal trio, specialising in the swing and jazz of the 1930s – 1950s. In particular, songs made famous by the Andrews Sisters and Dame Vera Lynn. All their music is sung in beautiful close harmony, and it is their vocal blend as well as their great stage presence which makes them so popular, writes Ray Goldsmith.[Read more…] about Liberty Sisters raise funds for The Veterans Charity
Despite being a relatively small island, the UK is home to some pretty wacky traditions. In the piece below, LPG price providers Flogas, take a look:[Read more…] about Taking a look at 7 eccentric UK traditions
There are two pieces of litter for every footstep you take on a beach. The tide of litter on our beaches appears to be on the increase, quantities of litter on UK beaches have more than doubled since 1994, and plastic now accounts for over 70% of all litter. Not only can litter be a health hazard to us and off putting to tourists, it’s estimated that over 100,000 marine animals die every year from entanglement or ingestion of items discarded on our beaches or at sea.[Read more…] about Help National Trust beach cleans fight the tide of litter
Councillors in Torridge, Devon will vote on plans for a holiday complex on the historic battlefield billed as the “sequel” to the Battle of Hastings. The vote is due on February 1, 2018, at Bideford Town Hall.