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  1. Life Changing Experiences
    Started by onthespot 05/04/2004

    RESEARCH REVEALS EFFECTS OF LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCES Youth and life transitions, ranging from children’s experiences in play therapy to cannabis use amongst students, is the focus for a symposium to be presented by Edge Hill academics at this year’s British Psychological Society Annual...

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  2. Tim Boswell Mp Returns To Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 29/03/2004

    Tim Boswell, Conservative MP for Daventry returned to Edge Hill eleven years after visiting the College of Higher Education where he laid the foundation stone for the then newly completed Learning Resource Centre. The visit by the former Minster for Higher Education, now Shadow Minster...

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    29/03/2004 01:54 PM
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  3. BBC Experts Tender Tv Tips For Students
    Started by onthespot 18/03/2004

    Film and television students at Edge Hill took advice on programme production from BBC executives at a Media Industry Day. Mervyn Watson, Executive Producer of Casualty and former producer of Coronation Street and script editor Jane Watson visited the Ormskirk Campus where they assessed first year...

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    18/03/2004 11:31 PM
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  4. Writers And Readers At Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 16/03/2004

    The fifth Writers & Readers day takes place at Edge Hill's Ormskirk Campus on Wednesday 24 March, when novelist and teacher Jenny Newman is special guest. Jenny Newman is Reader in Creative Writing at Liverpool John Moores University. She is the acclaimed author of two novels, Going In and Life...

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    16/03/2004 10:16 PM
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  5. Launch Into It At Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 12/03/2004

    Edge Hill is set to launch new part-time degree programmes in computing and systems information, aimed at those wishing to study while they work. Launch events are scheduled for Tuesday 16th March and Tuesday 23rd of March from 5.30 until 7.30pm at Edge Hill’s Liverpool based learning centre on...

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    12/03/2004 09:11 PM
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  6. A Taste Of Teaching In Ne Lincs
    Started by onthespot 12/03/2004

    Residents of North East Lincolnshire interested in a career in teaching are invited to attend free teaching taster courses run by Lancashire’s Edge Hill College of Higher Education. The tasters, to be held in the Hotel Elizabeth in Grimsby on 22nd, 23rd and 24th March, are specially designed to...

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    12/03/2004 09:09 PM
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  7. Countryside Events In April 2004
    Started by onthespot 08/03/2004

    Countryside Events In April Lancashire County Council's Countryside Service are holding a variety of guided walks, events and activities in April. These events are regularly over subscribed so make sure you book well in advance. Guided Walks Saturday 24th April 'Spring in the Lune' Join...

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    08/03/2004 02:42 PM
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  8. New Foundation Degrees At Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 04/03/2004

    Over 150 additional student places have been awarded to Edge Hill College of Higher Education by the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE) for those wishing to study at Foundation Degree level. The Lancashire institution aims to strengthen its position as one of the largest...

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    04/03/2004 11:32 PM
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  9. Edge Hills 250 Volunteers Celebrate
    Started by onthespot 26/02/2004

    Staff and students at Edge Hill marked Student Volunteering Week (23rd- 29th February) by setting off 250 balloons, in Ormskirk town centre, to represent the number of volunteers recruited at the College of Higher Education since the start of the academic year. Other activities to celebrate...

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    26/02/2004 08:22 PM
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  10. A Taste Of Teaching At Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 19/02/2004

    A series of 3 day taster courses specifically aimed at members of ethnic minority communities who are interested in becoming teachers is set to take place at Edge Hill College of Higher Education. The next free teacher training taster course takes place from the 3rd to the 5th March based at...

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    19/02/2004 07:52 PM
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  11. New Training For Future Art And Design Teachers
    Started by onthespot 06/02/2004

    Graduates who are taking advantage of a new opportunity to qualify to teach art and design are enjoying their second semester training at Edge Hill College of Higher Education. The Applied Art and Design PGCE course started at the Ormskirk Campus in September, when trainees embarked on the...

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    06/02/2004 12:50 AM
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  12. Learning Services At Edge Hill
    Started by onthespot 31/01/2004

    A Learning Services Open Day at Edge Hill’s Ormskirk Campus gave staff and students the opportunity to find out about the range of support services on offer. The event combined tours of specialist facilities with demonstrations of electronic resources and presentations outlining off campus...

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    31/01/2004 09:41 PM
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  13. Do people still live in Ormskirk?
    Started by daveball 01/01/2003

    Do people still live in Ormskirk?

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    12/01/2004 11:16 AM
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  14. Ormskirk's most beautiful woman
    Started by theantiquesman 09/09/2003

    Driving for forty years around the Ormskirk district I have never seen a Woman as beautiful as Marilyn, the avator posted by Marilyn. Post a photo of your choice of Ormskirk's most beautiful woman

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    11/01/2004 07:15 PM
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  15. does anyone want hogmany and erasure tickets?
    Started by sheeppug 28/12/2003

    I have two street passes for the royal bank street party in edingburgh and two tickets to get into the enclosure(within the st party) and see erasure live supported by coral on 31st dec. Im looking for £100 for two passes and the two tickets together or will accept a reasonable offer on them, call...

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    28/12/2003 04:15 PM
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  16. Raw Deal at The Royal
    Started by Stargazer 16/12/2003

    Raw Deal are playing at The Royal Coaching House in Burscough this Saturday, December 20th. We play 70`s rock and blues, including the Rolling Stones, The Who, Doctor Feelgood, The Commitments, and The Kinks. The band starts at 9pm.

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    23/12/2003 07:14 PM
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  17. animal experiments
    Started by conishead 21/11/2003

    Dear Sir I have just recieved my copy of uncaged magazine and would like to let your readers know about the barbaric experiments that are being done to millions of animals in labs all over the world. From my source Uncaged, I believe that Proctor And Gamble are probably the worst for cruelty...

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    21/11/2003 05:00 PM
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  18. Goo Goo / Music forum
    Started by onthespot 31/10/2003

    Goo Goo, I sent you a private email inviting you to run a music forum for ormskirk. Please read your p/email and get back to me. Kind Regards Onthespot

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    06/11/2003 11:30 PM
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  19. Lancashire Music Collective Nov gig
    Started by GooGoo 06/11/2003

    Hurrah - This site listens....................... ............. LMC gig on Nov 21st at Comrades Club, Ormskirk - featuring London's Paperchain Babies; who combine rock and moving ballads. Liverpool’s The Maybes. Endorsed by Echo and the Bunnymen singer Ian McCullach as the greatest thing...

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    06/11/2003 11:26 PM
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  20. Girlguiding UK Recruitment Week
    Started by onthespot 29/10/2003

    Girlguiding UK Recruitment Week Seeks Out New Leaders Girlguiding UK is rising to the challenge of finding more Leaders and helpers for units in West Lancashire. From 10 to 16 November 2003 the organisation is seeking adult volunteers from across the UK to help increase the number of girls who...

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    29/10/2003 08:02 PM
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  21. Hospital Issues
    Started by pedoja 14/10/2003

    Hello Ormskirk.... I am hoping that this thread will stir some residents to put forward their views on the changes being made to the Hospital Services in Ormskirk and the proposed changes for the future. About 4 years or so ago I signed your petition NOT to agree the changes outlined by the...

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    14/10/2003 07:06 PM
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  22. Smile New Ormskirk Website
    Started by manicpoet 25/08/2003

    A new website with original photographs of Ormskirk has gone live, if anyone would like to check it out :O) http://www.angeltowns.com/mem bers/ormskirk/index.html Liam.

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    03/10/2003 10:50 PM
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  23. Question Scott Ward De-selection
    Started by Indi 21/09/2003

    Labour Party Scott Ward Selection Meeting 21/9/03 Scott Ward sitting Councillor Francis Williams has been de-selected by local Labour Party Members, for the May 2004 district council elections. On leaving the meeting Cllr Williams told them that a Scott Estate Residents Association Candidate...

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    21/09/2003 06:59 PM
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  24. Music in Ormy
    Started by Jonesy 20/09/2003

    Boss night out in town last night - at the Commies and it was amazin - saw five new bands - all were boss - some local and some from outside the area and all were really sound. One band in particular stood out - think they were from Manchester - Only One mammall and they were great. Hope some...

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    20/09/2003 09:32 PM
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  25. Question My Family
    Started by ssandra 25/08/2003

    :gwave :gwave HI my name is sandra Richards and i am trying to find some of my family they live across the road from the royal oak pub in ormskirk there names are allan and pam and they drink in the royal oak can anyone please help me thank you from Sandra Richards. (AUSTRALIA) MY EMAIL...

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    31/08/2003 10:30 AM
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  26. Talking Funniest Joke in the World
    Started by Millemg 21/08/2003

    OK, It's Late, I've had a drink, but this joke has been in my head for many years, and it needs its place on the internet. It is the funniest joke in the world. Please pass this to your friends and foes, and please post your appreciative comments by return post. An Indian gentleman goes to...

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    21/08/2003 12:16 AM
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  27. Talking Welcome to our new forum
    Started by spider 17/08/2003

    Welcome to the West Lancs MS Society Forum This forum is for anyone with a connection with MS to announce events, ask questions, give support - anything you like really. For more info about us - please go to http://branches.mssociety.org .uk/westlancs See you soon

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    17/08/2003 10:07 PM
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  28. Smile New Pub
    Started by Indi 27/07/2003

    I have been told that a new pub/wing bar was opening on Derby Street "La Fontain", but it has been delayed due to construction problems within the building. Does anyone know anymore.

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    30/07/2003 10:30 PM
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  29. Post Ccomputer Printers
    Started by Indi 26/06/2003

    Why do computer printer ink cartridges cost so much. They are only little plastic boxes. Some times the cartridges cost more than the printers. The consumer protection council should investigate this rip off.

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    19/07/2003 12:48 PM
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  30. Ormskirk Grammar School 1972-1977
    Started by AliR 21/06/2003

    Is there anyone on this website that attented OGS between these years. Do you remember the discos at the civic hall in Ormskirk, Dave Lyall et al (I think). I've registered with friendsreunited but I thought this would be another way of contacting people. Sheree Leach, Elaine Halsall, Mandy...

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    23/06/2003 01:01 PM
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  31. Ropers Arms Re-opens
    Started by marilyn 22/06/2003

    The Ropers Arms (Wigan Rd) re-opened this week. They are trying to regain thier reputation after having to close earlier in the year. There is a new manager and a new chef - and a new lick of paint. We went on Friday lunch expecting good things.:D Unfortunately it wasn't to be:( We left...

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    22/06/2003 11:45 AM
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  32. Have Your Say - Policing in Hyndburn
    Started by OTSIO 10/06/2003

    Residents are urged to attend a community meeting to discuss policing in Hyndburn on June 19 at 7.30pm. A wide range of county initiatives will be on the agenda with Lancashire's extended use of speed cameras also under discussion. The police authority community meeting will be at St...

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    10/06/2003 06:26 PM
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  33. Spotlight Falls on Aughton Police
    Started by OTSIO 10/06/2003

    Aughton residents are urged to attend a community meeting to discuss crime and policing in their community. A wide range of county initiatives will be on the agenda with Lancashire's extended use of speed cameras also under discussion. The police authority community meeting will be at St...

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    10/06/2003 06:22 PM
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  34. Spotlight Falls on Aughton Police
    Started by OTSIO 10/06/2003

    Aughton residents are urged to attend a community meeting to discuss crime and policing in their community. A wide range of county initiatives will be on the agenda with Lancashire's extended use of speed cameras also under discussion. The police authority community meeting will be at St...

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    10/06/2003 06:22 PM
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  35. Aughton Town Green Primary School Newsletter
    Started by OTSIO 04/06/2003

    May 2003 School Finances I am sure you are aware from numerous national press reports that the funding position for schools this year is difficult. Unfortunately Town Green is no different to the national picture in having to make reductions. Mrs Campbell who is moving to Bristol in the...

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    04/06/2003 05:26 PM
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  36. Aughton Town Green Primary School Summer Fair
    Started by OTSIO 04/06/2003

    The Summer Fair is due to take place on Saturday 28th June 2003, 2.00pm – 4.30pm. Each year we have great fun, with the added bonus of raising funds for our school. Any help you can give us will make a real difference and be much appreciated. It would be really helpful if you could spare some...

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    04/06/2003 05:24 PM
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