Stories for 5 February 2003 - This Is Worcestershire archive

  • . A COMPLAINT was made at Bromsgrove Rural District Council about the manner in which swine fever regulations were administered.
  • . Discussions are continuing with operators Yarrington Bros of Eardiston Garage, to try and get an extra journey in the evenings and maintenance of the shelter is expected to be undertaken by Burford Parish Council on behalf of South Shropshire District Council.
  • . GREEN-minded residents are being urged to keep hold of their glass when using a Wychavon District Council recycling scheme.
  • . STUDLEY Blue 'n' White Rope Skippers pocketed another award for their bulging trophy cabinet when the 12-14 years team were named Stratford-upon-Avon District Junior Sports Team of the year.

    Graduate Employment 2000
  • . - Bridlington Planning and Implementation Assistant - Wakefield Metropolitan District Council Deputy Manager - William Hill Organisation - Brighton Pastoral Office Manager/Youth Worker - North Yorkshire County Council - Farley Housing Adviser - Housing Advice Resource Project - Northallerton Administrator - Simfree Products Direct Ltd.

    VOA - Publications - Property Market Report January 2005
  • . There has been limited sales evidence across Sandwell District over the last six months.
  • . In South Oxfordshire, the District Council is under pressure from Reading who want to extend their remit further across the River Thames with attendant fears of development.

    Shropshire Tourism Members Website - Information about Tourism in Shropshire
  • . As many of you in North Shropshire know, Jenny Hatton has left North Shropshire Tourism Ltd to join North Shropshire District Council as the Economic Development Officer.


    Rural Development
  • Location: > Links Links | Organizations Alberta Association of Municipal Districts & Counties The AAMD&C is a progressive Association of elected rural Councils, representing the interests of rural Albertans, and committed to excellence in meeting the diverse and changing needs of its membership.

    Middlesex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • . The area under the control of London County Council was divided in 1899 into which were merged in to form the following present-day boroughs: Districts The remainder of the county was initially divided into and .
  • . The rural districts were, , , .
  • . Urban districts had been created, merged, and many had gained the status of municipal borough by 1965.
  • . The districts in 1965 were: Creation of Greater London Arms of Middlesex County Council After 1889 the growth of London did not cease and the county became almost entirely urbanised by its suburbs.
  • . Recent changes In 1974 the three that had been transferred to Hertfordshire and Surrey were abolished and became the districts of (part only) and respectively.

    Audit Commission - Leisure Facilities
  • . Leisure Facilities 2003-05-01North Shropshire District CouncilCentral RegionLittle prospect for improvement to North Shropshire Leisure facilities An inspection report by the Audit Commission A recent report by the Audit Commission has highlighted serious doubts about any significant improvement for North Shropshire Leisure Facilities in the future.
  • . The current facilities are where they are because historically the Council provides the same facilities in each of the District’s four market Towns of Market Drayton, Whitchurch, Wem and Ellesmere.
  • . In spreading its sports facilities over the District, there have been some compromises made and there is limited provision for families, people with special needs and little on offer during the day.
  • . 1.1.1 The locality 2 North Shropshire District Council borders North Wales, Cheshire and Staffordshire.
  • . It is a rural District with four small market towns; Market Drayton (population 9, 500), Whitchurch (population 7, 900), Wem (population 4, 900) and Ellesmere (population 3, 000). - Brazeau County
  • . A complete review of the various industries in our district includes oil and gas, forestry, agriculture, and tourism, all featured in this section.
  • . The area is also home to the Drayton Valley & District Agricultural Society and the Breton & District Agricultural Society, both of which actively promote agricultural practices to the local farming community.
  • . In a joint partnership with the Town of Drayton Valley, the Roman Catholic Separate School District, and CCinet of Edmonton, the Library administers the internet service called DVNet, launched in December of 1994.
  • . _ MUSEUMS The history of Drayton Valley is preserved and cared for by the Drayton Valley and District Historical Society Museum.
  • . The Breton Museum, sponsored by the Breton and District Historical Society, houses interesting artifacts and information pertaining to the agriculture and pioneers of the area.
  • . Breton and District Historical Museum The picture facing all settlers at the turn of the century was a daunting one ...

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    UK Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions
  • . This case study of South Wales examines the negative impacts of retail warehouses, retail parks and regional shopping centres on a traditional district shopping centre in Ystalyfera.
  • . The case studies highlight how a broad range of communities have fought obstacles to revitalise traditional commercial districts through volunteer-driven initiatives to achieve long term stability and success.

    BBC NEWS | In Depth | New Year Honours | MBEs: A - C
  • . For services to the Barrow and District Disability Association, Cumbria.

    QLD WATERFRONT PROPERTIES @ DISCOUNT PRICES - Bay & District Realty - Deception Bay Real Estate Agent - Queensland
  • . bay and district realty The auction process by its very nature creates a sense of urgency; buyers have a definite time frame in which they must act.

    The Inland Waterways Association - Head Office Bulletin June 2001
  • . IWA has given its 2000 Waterway Companion Award to Alastair McNeill, Projects and Initiatives Officer of South Lakeland District Council.
  • . Alastair receives his award for the support he has given, on behalf of South Lakeland District Council, to the Northern Reaches Restoration Group, the informal grouping of British Waterways, local authorities, The Waterways Trust and the voluntary sector, which is bringing closer the restoration of the Lancaster Canal from Tewitfield back to Kendal.
  • . Debbie Lumb, British Waterways’ manager of the Lancaster Canal and Roger Hanbury, Chief Executive of the Waterways Trust, were among those expressing their congratulations to both Alastair and South Lakeland District Council.