The JLS singer, who is expecting his first child with dancer Sarah, got down on one knee over the Christmas period. Instagram The cute snap sees Aston and Sarah standing in a heart-shaped collection of petals. The engagement ring can be seen on Sarah’s finger as she places it on Aston’s chest. Aston and Sarah, who met in when she worked as a JLS backing dancer, were given tonnes of messages of congratulations from delighted fans. One of the first to congratulate the couple was Aston’s professional Strictly partner – Janette Manrara. PA The couple announced they were expecting their first child back in September this year when Aston was about to start Strictly. Aston admitted he was “speechless” after discovering the joyous news on May 19th in It is all good. It is fine but these are going to be the last moments really this year of just me and her as the baby is due in January. In what must now seem like a former life, the pin-up was once embroiled in a love triangle with former EastEnders star Louisa Lytton, 28, and his then girlfriend Natalia Rush who blamed it for their split.
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Leave a reply If you are considering a holiday that involves your four legged family members, then you simply must take a look at what is on offer in Exmoor. The vast and varying landscapes make it a doggy paradise that will also appeal to the entire family. You can let your dog freely explore the Ancient Tarr Steps or even give them a day on the beach during the peak summer months.
Note that for some people this trope can be justified. They consider a person who gets carpal tunnel syndrome from writing a Nobel prize winning novel is a bit different from someone who gets it playing World of Warcraft is a bit different from someone who gets it by spending too much time whipping slaves. Regardless of how they got it, they are still victims. Whether you have sympathy for them is another matter. See also Good Flaws, Bad Flaws.
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For example, the Society has helped towards the costs of servicing equipment used by the Hay Time Project. If you have a conservation project, that would benefit from a small contribution by the Society, please contact our Secretary. In April the Addingham Civic Society, in an initiative endorsed by the village Parish Council, formed an environment sub-group to develop a village environment plan.
“Greenways log cabin is a lovely place to stay, very relaxing and quiet.” Sarah and Steve made us feel very welcome and the log cabin is a credit to them.
Stratford-Upon-Avon If you love towns oozing with history and antiquity then Stratford-upon-Avon is a great destination to include in your England itinerary. The town is best known as the the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Shakespeare dominates the cityscape with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the five beautifully preserved Tudor homes and gardens of the writer including his birthplace. We reached there quite late in the afternoon when all the museums were closing and the busloads of tourists were disappearing leaving quite a desolate and eerie feeling.
We did try and attempt to visit the grave of William Shakespeare at Holy Trinity Church but at the time of visiting, the church was closed for choir rehearsals so we had to be content with a walk around the graveyard of the parish church. However there is a regular bus service from the door of the hostel to the town which runs late into the evening in case you are without car and catching an evening performance at the theatre.
The staff are friendly and extremely helpful. The other nice feature about this hostel is the beautiful stretch of lawn and outdoor seating areas. Just grab a book and maybe a coffee or jug of pimms from the hostel bar and you are sorted. The surrounding countryside has a bunch of scenic walking routes. The curving main market street is probably one of the most scenic streets you can visit, lined with honey coloured limestone cottages that all probably have been models for Lilliput Lane.
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Storylines[ edit ] Zoe’s family move to Beckindale, while she is at university studying to be a veterinary surgeon. Following her graduation, Zoe also moves to the village and finds employment at a surgery in Hotten. Zoe helps deliver Elsa Feldman ‘s Naomi Lewis baby and she becomes involved in a protest march for animal rights. Zoe leaves the village when she gets a job as a flying vet in New Zealand.
She returns the following year and helps Frank with his drinking problem, which he developed during the breakdown of his marriage to Kim. Zoe has a one-night stand with Michael Feldmann and a fling with Archie Brooks. Zoe eventually tells Archie that she is gay.
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Why the Great Yorkshire Show remains so special after years Sorry, we’re having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video She is a farmer in her own right in Gloucestershire, where she runs her Gatcombe Park estate very much as a working farm. A patron of around 50 countryside organisations, everybody who meets this Royal comments on her sound grasp of farming issues.
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March 11, Collared dove Until recently two-thirds of our back garden was surrounded by Leylandii hedging that provides privacy and acts as a good windbreak while providing cover for birds, with regular nest sites for song thrushes and blackbirds in its depths. However, it grows inexorably and we eventually decided to take drastic action so had its height reduced in mid-January from eight to five feet. About a week later a pair of collared doves moved into the back garden, showing interest in a natural gap in the ivy covering an old tree stump and then taking over a stick platform built there last year by wood pigeons.
Previously, although collared doves have been resident further along our street, we have only occasionally seen them in the garden, once or twice a year at most and then only briefly. I presume that they have moved in to take advantage of the much more open garden with the hedge cover, so loved by approaching sparrowhawks, reduced. With the garden backing on to Farnley Woods their fear of falling prey to sparrowhawks is well grounded.
The hawks rely on surprise, flying low along one side of a hedge before looping over it to hit unsuspecting birds on the other side. On the day we moved into the house, back in , I saw a male sparrowhawk doing exactly that and plucking a fleeing blue tit out of the air with an outstretched foot. For some days after their first appearance, both doves were around every day, their cooing different to, although as monotonous as, that of the wood pigeons we have been used to hearing.
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In the intervening years, families in the quaint Yorkshire Dales market town have found that when the authorities want to cut their basic services, they roll up their sleeves and do it themselves. HawsThe Yorkshire Dales market town of Hawes has been forced to take over running the basic community services to save its rural way of life A local fills up her car at a petrol station in Hawes, which is being ran by a community group First they took over the library, then they set up a bus service to replace rural services being axed, and three years ago the Post Office and mail sorting office came under their wing too.
The police station in Hawes shut down almost 20 years ago but the force still has a physical presence in town — thanks to a room in the community building. And the latest threat to the timeless existence in this idyllic location was the fear that the only petrol station for miles around could be sold to a property developer.
This week the Upper Dales Community Partnership, a not-for-profit company now controlling all these services, stepped in again to secure the lease and ensure residents and tourists can fill up with fuel seven days a week. The model of community stepping in where private enterprise has failed is being hailed as one for others to follow across rural Britain.
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It was here that art and history became a reality and after four years he returned to Manchester to study architecture. He pursued a career as an architect with Building Design Partnership, the largest multi-discipline design organisation in the UK. For 21 years he was a partner in the practice, working on housing, school and hospital projects such as the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham and the New General Infirmary at Leeds.
Hugh Ellwood was educated in the classics and went to university in Rome to study philosophy. For some years Hugh was an external examiner in Architecture at the University of Manchester as well as a visiting lecturer in the history of art and architecture at the University of Central Lancashire. During the s he began to sketch with watercolour as a complement to the pursuit of architecture. He prefers to work in watercolour, ink, pencil and pastel.
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Storylines[ edit ] Zoe’s family move to Beckindale, while she is at university studying to be a veterinary surgeon. Following her graduation, Zoe also moves to the village and finds employment at a surgery in Hotten. Zoe helps deliver Elsa Feldman ‘s Naomi Lewis baby and she becomes involved in a protest march for animal rights. Zoe leaves the village when she gets a job as a flying vet in New Zealand. She returns the following year and helps Frank with his drinking problem, which he developed during the breakdown of his marriage to Kim.
Zoe has a one-night stand with Michael Feldmann and a fling with Archie Brooks.
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August 7, Ebor Mills, Oakworth How overgrown the roadsides look now, full of the seed-heads of umbellifers and tall grasses, with patches of vivid colour from blue meadow cranesbill and pink willow herb. High summer is here! A couple of weeks ago we visited a friend who lives in a steep-sided valley in the hills beyond Oakworth. Such visits involve us in a half-mile walk down a rough lane running diagonally between high banks, through intake pasture and oak woodland down to the valley bottom.
On a visit in mid-March we were looking for signs of Spring: The spires of foxgloves towered a metre high and already the lower third of each flower spike was beaded with hard green seeds. The umbellifers now revealed themselves, by a strong aniseed scent, as sweet Cecily, the flowers already over, leaving those branching seed heads so loved by flower arrangers.
We spotted some leggy thistles with yellow flowers, later identified with help from our WNS botany expert as prickly sow thistle, a new plant to me though my husband remembers it from his boyhood in Cumbria. As for those timid nettles — they stood tall, to almost head height and in places, and leant out over the lane ready to sting the unwary pedestrian. And everywhere there were tall grasses.
York How otters came home to the Peak District Sorry, we’re having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video However, while the first ever on-screen appearance of an otter in the Peak District might last just a few seconds, its environmental significance could be much more long lasting. The footage, showing an otter marking its territory on the banks of a river, was filmed by Dr Douglas Ross, a volunteer on a project being led by the University of Sheffield, which is helping to chart the slow but steady resurgence of the creatures once on the verge of extinction in the UK.
Friday’s visit to the Dales saw the Spencer brothers continue to clash, as Dan struggled to forgive Daz for breaking the news of Ali’s death to Amelia.
This encompasses their loved ones and carers, who eventually progress into our bereavement support group. The associated trauma is considerable and as this disease is not widely known about, we have regular coffee and chat meetings so that people can find mutual support — they can talk to someone who knows exactly what it is like — as well as to seek information. We have also, as an icebreaker, tried to bring in various activities that might have a positive effect on feelings.
Once they have participated in this activity together, people chat and interact more easily. If they are encouraged to continue the activity at home then this is an additional benefit. After exhausting local speakers on topics such as art therapy and local history, I was asked to try and do something around writing therapy. I am not a trained writing therapist, but I have developed an interest in this.
Having been writing myself for many years, I have come to realise that this is my own particular way of dealing with those aspects of my life that are undesirable. Firstly, it is a means of escapism. Everything that I write is historical and this is my way of removing myself from an uncomfortable present. It was a while before I realised exactly what I was doing, but once the penny dropped it enabled me to embrace it further.
I am therefore willing to share this with those that I come into contact with at work.