Press Releases

Jul 07, 2015 03:54 BST Keltic Clothing AnoChatApp is an iOS-compatible app that allows truly anonymous chats without the necessity of entering a personal email address.

Come join the Walking Rainbow

Jul 06, 2015 17:21 BST Bury Council Young people in Bury are organising an event to celebrate diversity, promote equality and say ‘no’ to homophobia.

Dover resident Peter Groombridge scoops national award for courage

Jul 06, 2015 15:29 BST Stroke Association Local stroke survivor Peter Groombridge from Dover has been presented with an Adult Courage Award sponsored by Vision Express, at a national award ceremony held in London. Peter received his award from Presenter and Journalist Anna Richardson.

Morwhenna completes 177 miles by boat, foot and bike for stroke

Jul 06, 2015 15:22 BST Stroke Association Morwhenna Woolcock, 40, from Bristol has just completed an epic adventure travelling from the Brecon Beacons to Morwenstow following (roughly) in the footsteps of the 5th century Saint Morwenna. Stroke survivor Morwhenna completed the 177 mile adventure travelling by bike, boat, and on foot in just 21 days.

Jul 06, 2015 15:02 BST Elan PR Ltd Falken scorches to another podium in searing temperatures

Jul 06, 2015 12:35 BST Elan PR Ltd

Young Doncaster stroke survivor set to tackle York 10K

Jul 06, 2015 10:54 BST Stroke Association Hannah Burton, a 19 year old stroke survivor from Doncaster, is set to help conquer stroke by taking part in the York 10k on Sunday 02 August, to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association.

Jul 06, 2015 10:45 BST Elan PR Ltd

X-Factor star Melanie Masson and local eye cancer survivor open new Vision Express Cheshunt store

Jul 06, 2015 10:36 BST Vision Express Singer and actress Melanie Masson and local eye cancer survivor Theo Sergiou, joined the Cheshunt team as VIP guests at the official opening of their new Vision Express store on Thursday 2nd July.

Don’t get left behind at the Electric Daisy Carnival

Jul 06, 2015 08:15 BST London Midland Music fans are being warned not to get left behind after this weekend’s Electric Daisy Carnival at the National Bowl in Milton Keynes (Saturday 11 July). Trains will be very busy after the event, so don’t make the mistake of aiming for the last service or you could be disappointed. London Midland will only be selling tickets on the night to people we know we can get on to the train.