Among the GP Patient Survey satisfaction categories was 'Experience of making an appointment'. These are the Wakefield surgeries ranked from worst to best by the percentage of respondents to the NHS survey who were satisfied with the experience of making an appointment at the respective GP surgeries. Click here to find out more about how the GP ratings work. Potovens Lane, Outwood, Wakefield, WF1 2PE - 52.9 per cent of patients are satisfied with their experience of making an appointment. Google other Buy a Photo Buxton Place, Wakefield, WF1 3JQ - 63.4 per cent of patients are satisfied with their experience of making an appointment. Google other Buy a Photo Homestead Drive, Wakefield, WF2 9PE - 67.9 per cent of patients are satisfied with their experience of making an appointment. Google other Buy a Photo Madeley Road, Havercroft, Wakefield, WF4 2QG - 56.9 per cent of patients are satisfied with their experience of making an … [Read more...] about The best and worst GP surgeries in Wakefield for making an appointment, according to their patients
By Connor Muldowney Special to The Detroit News Published 5:49 AM EST Feb 19, 2019 Since losing its first game of the season, Canton boys basketball pieced together its 18th straight win on Monday night in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association Tournament semifinals over visiting Belleville, 80-51. This was the most important victory to date as it sends Canton (18-1) to the KLAA tournament finals with a chance to win its first conference tournament since 2016, but it’s business as usual for Canton. “We’re just trying to get ready for the state tourney,” Reddy said. That focus was key in beating Belleville (12-7) handily, but Canton will face an even tougher task on Thursday night at home: beating Howell for the third time this season. “They’ve got really good guards and big guys who can step out to the perimeter,” Reddy said. “We need to be able to defend the 3-point line and rebound.” With senior captain guards B. Artis … [Read more...] about Monday’s preps: Canton boys basketball team runs win streak to 18
PUBLISHED: 10:49 19 February 2019 Thomas Chapman Do you recgonise these names and messages found on a chimney stack in Lowestoft? Picture: Clem Jones Archant Names and messages dating back more than 100 years have been found etched on an old chimney in Lowestoft. Do you recgonise these names and messages found on a chimney stack in Lowestoft? Picture: Clem JonesThe fascinating inscriptions were discovered by Clem Jones, who has been working at the property on North Parade for a maintenance company.Having clambered to the top of the property, Mr Jones stumbled upon a chimney stack covered in writing and engravings - including several intriguing names and dates.Do you recgonise these names and messages found on a chimney stack in Lowestoft? Picture: Clem JonesOne of the messages appears to read ‘1918 The Year of Peace’, likely to be a reference to the end of the First World War.Do you recognise any of these names and messages? Please let us know … [Read more...] about Do you recognise these names found inscribed on an old chimney?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Larry Edelman Globe Staff February 19, 2019 Unless you work in the city, it’s easy to forget that Boston is crawling with tourists. At least from May through October, when this is an amazing place to visit.And it’s easy to forget that tourism is big business, an engine of our economy that accounts for about 7 percent of total output alongside health care, education, tech, and financial services.It’s an appropriate time to look at the business because there was an important transition last week at the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, which plays a leading role in keeping the tourism engine humming. After 28 years of pitching Boston to convention planners, event managers, and tourists, CEO Patrick Moscaritolo retired and handed the reins to Martha Sheridan, who was selected last year as his successor after having run the Providence … [Read more...] about Tourism de force: How one man helped make Boston a top travel destination
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Peter Bailey-Wells Globe Staff February 19, 2019 Watch: Shin Lim declared “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” winner A dazzling card trick performed with the help of a popular TV actress was enough to make Waltham magician Shin Lim the winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”Lim, who won the show’s 2018 season, was named the winner during Monday’s finale over 14-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, who won the show’s 2017 season. The “Champions” series featured past winners of the show competing against one another and the final champion was determined by a fan vote.Host Terry Crews belted out Lim’s name as blasts of confetti and the Queen song “We Are The Champions” rang out over an excited audience. Lim fell to his knees before embracing Darci Lynne and … [Read more...] about Waltham magician Shin Lim wins ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’