PUBLISHED: 12:01 03 January 2019 Nathalie Raffray Fire at a Halal shop in Harlesden. Picture: LFB Archant An electrical fault may have been the cause of a blaze at a shop in Harlesden on New Years Day. Some 25 firefighters from four fire stations were called to the No.1 Halal Meat store in Craven Park Road, at 11.50pm on January 1.Half of the ground floor shop was damaged by fire, London Fire Brigade said.Crews from Park Royal, Willesden, Wembley and Acton fire stations were able to get the blaze under control at 1am.A LFB spokesperson said: “The cause of the fire is believed to be accidental and due to an electrical fault within a freezer.” … [Read more...] about Blaze in Harlesden Halal shop on New Years Day believed to be caused by electrical fault
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New Year’s Day hunt greeted in Co Down village by jeers and cheers BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The New Year’s Day hunt in a Co Down village has been greeted by both boos from protesters and cheers from supporters. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/new-years-day-hunt-greeted-in-co-down-village-by-jeers-and-cheers-37672975.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37672967.ece/0bdc1/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_bc4167ad-1524-4cc1-b1a5-9327e9538120_1 Email The New Year’s Day hunt in a Co Down village has been greeted by both boos from protesters and cheers from supporters. Around 100 anti-hunt protesters gathered at Crawfordsburn on Tuesday morning, holding banners, while a larger number of hunt supporters also turned out along Main Street. Three protesters briefly blocked the street in front of a car towing a horse trailer before being cleared by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland, who maintained a presence … [Read more...] about New Year’s Day hunt greeted in Co Down village by jeers and cheers
PUBLISHED: 13:48 31 December 2018 Terry Redhead Racing returns to Fakenham for the New Years Day meeting Picture: Archant Archant 2017 Trainer Paul Webber from Banbury will be hoping his New Year’s Day journey to north Norfolk pays off when he holds excellent chances in the final three contests on Fakenham’s six-race card. Jockey Richie McLernon partners all of Webber’s hopefuls, starting with the JP McManus-owned Youknowell in the 2.30pm handicap hurdle.The six-year-old mare was third at Leicester when down in trip but reverts to three miles, the distance over which she scored in November at Plumpton. Main rivals in the nine-runner field are Olly Murphy’s Todd, the gelding a Fakenham winner under champion jockey Richard Johnson at the last meeting, and the Paul Henderson-trained Minella Gathering, the gelding fourth at Lingfield three weeks ago, having a first run for 237 days.McLernon and Webber have Volt Face in the novice chase … [Read more...] about Webber looking for New Year’s Day success at Fakenham
PUBLISHED: 07:30 30 December 2018 | UPDATED: 08:53 30 December 2018 Sophie Barnett A number of supermarkets will be open on New Years day. Picture: ARCHANT Archant Are you searching for a supermarket where you can top up on groceries or get some alcohol ahead of your New Year’s Eve celebrations? Here is our guide to store opening times in Suffolk and Essex for the New Year. SUFFOLKIPSWICHAldi Meredith RoadNew Year’s Eve 8am-6pmNew Year’s Day CLOSEDAldi Hines RoadNew Year’s Eve 8am-6pmNew Year’s Day CLOSEDAsda Bury RoadNew Year’s Eve 7am-7pmNew Year’s Day 10am-5pmAsda Stoke ParkNew Year’s Eve 7am-7pmNew Year’s Day 10am-5pmLidl, Handford RoadNew Year’s Eve 8am-8pmNew Year’s Day CLOSEDLidl, Hening Avenue (Ravenswood): 8am-6pm New Year’s Eve 8am-6pmNew Year’s Day CLOSEDMarks & Spencer, Westgate StreetNew Year’s Eve 8am-6pmNew Year’s Day CLOSEDMarks & Spencer … [Read more...] about When will shops be open on New Year’s Day?
Pubs in Lancaster and Morecambe are being advised to employ security and use plastic glasses due to a “high risk” football match on New Year’s Day. On January 1, Morecambe play Carlisle at 3pm in the league at The Globe Arena. Lancaster Police’s licensing officer has issued instructions to pubs that the game is a “CAT A-High Risk match”, and that there will be a police operation in place on the day.The Carlisle supporters are understood to be travelling to Lancaster prior to the game with the first trains coming in at 10.30am, and are expected to attend pubs prior to the match.Pubs and venues are instructed to inform Lancaster Police if they will be trading on New Years Day and what times they are opening and closing. Pubs should email Andy Taylor at Licensing with details.A message to pubs reads: “If you are trading you will need SIA trained Security and use Polycarb (plastic) glasses on the day. “Security will need to start from 10:30am … [Read more...] about Police warn pubs over ‘high risk’ Morecambe FC Vs Carlisle match on New Year’s Day