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Kirsten Orsborn, the Royal Marines Association Charity ‘Forces Sweetheart’ is proud and delighted to announce her invitation to perform at a prestigious charity fundraiser at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, Mayfair, London on Saturday 6th October 2018:
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Building is going on at apace on the new Students accommodation site on the Kingsway. The project, from Crosslane Student Developments, is being built on the west side of the Kingsway. The 307-bedroom student accommodation tower consisting of 26 self-contained studio apartments and 281 en-suite cluster bedrooms and is scheduled to be completed in time for the start of the 2019/20 academic year. The six-story building, rising to 14-stories in one corner, will feature a private, landscaped courtyard and dedicated communal areas where students can work and socialize.
It is with great pride and pleasure that Thoroughbred Music in association Ian Davies of Stargazer Music Magazine, announce Kirsten Orsborn’s invitation to perform at this very prestigious event in memory of the great Audrey Hepburn and in aid of Lymphoma Action and Eurordis - a European Rare Diseases Organisation.
The event will be Held at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, just off Mayfair in central London, on Saturday 6th October 2018.
‘Remembering Audrey Hepburn’ is a black-tie charity dinner in remembrance of the legendary actress and humanitarian, on Saturday 6th of October 2018. The event features conversations and a Q&A with Audrey Hepburn’s youngest son, Luca Dotti, who will lovingly share his mother's incredible life as a Hollywood actress, humanitarian, friend and mother.
Hosted by The Royal Lancaster London hotel the event will include a champagne reception, three course dinner, raffle and auction, and world class musical entertainment.
Abbey Players present Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
The former Welsh Liberal Democrats Regional Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black, has announced that he will not be seeking to return to the Welsh Assembly when his party selects its list candidates for the 2021 elections early next year.
Take a magical journey with Abbey Players as they bring this fantastic, fun, family musical to life in the 50th anniversary year of the classic movie.
24 Oct 2018 - 27 Oct 2018 7.15pm. Sat mat 2.15pm. Swansea Grand Theatre Singleton Street, Swansea, SA1 3QJ
Kirsten will be appearing at the Hyst, Swansea City on the 26th October 2018
Anonymous for the voiceless is an animal rights organisation that specialises in street activism.
THROUGH THE USE OF LOCAL STANDARD-PRACTICE FOOTAGE, THEY EXPOSE TO THE PUBLIC WHAT IS INTENTIONALLY HIDDEN FROM THEM WHEN IT COMES TO ANIMAL EXPLOITATION.
COMBINING THIS WITH A VALUE-BASED SALES APPROACH AND RESOURCE LITERATURE, THEY FULLY EQUIP THE PUBLIC WITH EVERYTHING THEY NEED IN SWITCHING TO A VEGAN LIFESTYLE. THEY HOLD AN ABOLITIONIST STANCE ON ANIMAL EXPLOITATION.
THEY WERE IN SWANSEA'S OXFORD STREET ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
Former Welsh Assembly Member announces he will not be seeking re-election
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have set in train the process for selecting candidates to contest the seat that Mr. Black held for seventeen years representing Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend, with an advert on the party’s website and an email to all those approved as suitable for selection. The former AM and past Deputy Minister, will not be putting his name forward, however. Instead he will be concentrating on his role as Deputy Lord Mayor and local councillor, as well as pursuing other opportunities.
Commenting on his decision, Mr Black said: “I had 17 very happy and fruitful years in the Welsh Assembly in which I successfully piloted private members legislation on Park Homes onto the statute book, helped set up Wales first national homelessness strategy, negotiated the creation of the Pupil Development Grant to provide extra funding for disadvantaged children, led a review of school transport policy and of special educational needs that is now manifesting itself in new legislation, campaigned on many local issues and helped hundreds of local people with their problems. It is now time for others to take their opportunity to make a difference for Wales and our local area.
“There are a large number of very talented and able candidates who can take on the job of representing Welsh Liberal Democrat values in the Assembly and of championing the needs of Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend there. I encourage them all to put their name forward so that party members can hear what they have to say and choose the best possible candidates for the next Assembly elections. I will still be active locally and in supporting those candidates and I wish them the best of luck and good fortune in securing election to the Welsh Assembly in two and a half years time.”
Welsh Liberal Democrats Regional Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black.