Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic The Arts Council led ‘Creative Schools’ initiative is to be rolled out at more schools across Donegal this year.The initiative was developed to help children and young people explore and develop their creative sides, and to link them with the arts and creative infrastructure in their local community and nationally.Four schools in Donegal are included this year, they are; Carndonagh Community School, Keadue National School, Rathdonnell National School and St. Cholmcille National School.Each school selected for 2019-20 will be provided with a package of support which includes funding and the expertise of a Creative Associate to work with them directly. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp By News Highland – September 11, 2019 Four Donegal schools to benefit from Creative Schools initiative Twitter Google+ Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articleBronze for Brian O’Domhaill at Euro MastersNext articleMain Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Wednesday September 11th News Highland Twitter Homepage BannerNews Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Operating in Surrey and Hampshire since 1991, Bridges, synonymous with selling and letting properties of all types has continued their expansion with the acquisition of the highly regarded Orchard Sales and Lettings office in Camberley.Taking the staff as part of the acquisition Bridges will retain the Orchard brand and add it to their existing network of local offices, now giving them nine offices in seven locations.Group MD, Carlo Stochetti says, “Nigel Allen and the team have an incredible reputation, with the same values and culture as us when it comes to customer service and the local community. We are delighted to add Orchard to our group and believe this shows our ambition with a focused and measured expansion plan in the current market.”James Baldry MD, Sales at Bridges added, “The acquisition of Orchard complements our network perfectly at the head of the Blackwater Valley. With offices in Aldershot, Farnborough, Frimley, Fleet and Farnham our aim is to give the consumer a local network of offices from which they can benefit whether they are looking to buy, sell or rent.”Orchard Orchard estate agent Bridges Bridges acquisition of Orchard Bridges estate agent September 27, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » South East estate agent snaps up rival previous nextAgencies & PeopleSouth East estate agent snaps up rivalSurrey and Hampshire firm Bridges acquires Camberley competitor Orchard for an undisclosed sum.The Negotiator27th September 20180899 Views
ONE of Guyana’s top Physique bodybuilders, Yannick Grimes, is ready to take part in his inaugural Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships, which is scheduled for October in the Dominican Republic.The Space Gym athlete said that attending the tournament has been a dream of his since he began competing in 2014.Despite limitations, due to expenses and logistics, Grimes has not given up on his dream.“This year I’ve set my sights on it (CAC) and was able to garner sponsorship towards my preparation and travel and now I am locked and focussed on competing.”As Grimes’ career advances, so does his dream, which now is not just reaching CAC, but progressing to the level where he uses it as a launch pad.“I look at CAC as the pinnacle of bodybuilding in the Caribbean, but with there being so many elite pro shows coming now, I want to use this as a stepping-stone towards 2020 where I’ll look to push for higher heights.”He finished third in the Mr Physique division at the GBBFF Senior National Championships, held at the National Cultural Centre earlier this month, so the 32-year-old is no stranger to the stage.He is one of only two persons to have ever won the title (along with Emmerson Campbell). He has that achievement (Mr Physique 2017) along with a string of podium finishes over the years.These include: third at the 2014 Flex Night International; third at the 2015 Men’s Physique Novices Championship; second place in the 2015 Supligen’s Senior National Championship (Mr Physique); third place at the 2015 Flex Night Men’s Physique; second place in the 2016 Senior National Championships (Mr Physique); third place (short class) in the 2016 Sports World Classic; third place (short class) 2016 Darcy Beckles Invitational Classic; 2017 Sports World Classic 4th Place (short class); second place in the 2017 Eddy Wilson Tribute International and second place in the Senior National Championships (Physique) in 2018.Grimes started to train for CAC in June, but had to change his routine to prepare for the Seniors (a competition he did not originally plan to attend). I had to switch gear in terms of my training, add supersets and work more on my conditioning.”The personal trainer also worked on bringing out the definition and thickness in his back and shoulders.With more time to train for the October 11-14 event, Grimes, who has been in the gym since 2008, is confident that he can be at his peak on competition day.A number of businesses have stepped up to represent the national bodybuilder, including BK International, Star Party Rentals (mainly Mr Cush), Space Gym (mainly Mr Matos, John Lewis Styles, Windjammer International, Shakie Mining Company, Stefan John, The D & J Group Inc.