Morgan Fotheringham's Posts

Elderly Woman stranded on Westminster Bridge is rescued by teen XR protesters.

Elderly Woman stranded on Westminster Bridge is rescued by teen XR protesters.

A 76-year-old woman was left stranded on Westminster Bridge as the Extinction Rebellion protesters blocked the bridge off to mark the start of the two-week lockdown of the capital.  An elderly pedestrian, Susie, showed her distress as she stated, “I hope you’re happy, I am a 76-year-old woman and being forced to walk across this bridge”. Susie is one of the many people who have been impacted ...

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Remembering this Sunday.

Remembering this Sunday.

Remembrance Sunday is a day of reflection and having pride in our nation. The Imperial War Museum is a hub for remembrance in November, upon entering the building the first thing found is a charity stand decorated in poppy memorabilia. The Imperial War Museum is the perfect place to spend Remembrance Sunday as the atmosphere is calm it allows you to reflect on those who fought for their lives. The...

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Caravan stolen from property near Bridgnorth.

Thieves broke through a number of high quality locks to steal a caravan at a property near Bridgnorth. The caravan was stolen from between Bridgnorth and Claverley, between 11am and midday on Tuesday. The Coachman Amara caravan was last seen travelling towards the A454 Wolverhampton Road by a witness, however the witness was unable to see the vehicle towing the caravan. The stolen caravan has a wh...

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A new pier has opened in East London.

A new pier has opened in East London.

A new pier has opened in the east end and will provide commuters with a new transport link for travelling to and from central London across the river. The journey will take 38 minutes between the new Royal Wharf Pier and London Bridge City Pier. The route follows along the Thames and travels towards London City Airport to support the growth in the east of the city. The Thames Clippers service runs...

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Art exhibition at the Southbank Centre encourages ‘art for rehab’ in UK prisons.

Art exhibition at the Southbank Centre encourages ‘art for rehab’ in UK prisons.

Koestler Arts, a charity which helps rehabilitate convicts through art therapy, are on display at the Southbank Centre. The curation is produced by the charity Koestler Arts and aims ‘to unlock the talent inside’. The curator, Soweto Kinch set three divisions; Stained Glass Superman, Disco Dogs and That Was Then, This Is Now which are based on his own music. The artwork blends with Kinch’s own mus...

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