Singers are joined by local friends and library users outside Cullercoats library, to protest over plans to slash opening hours Tom Banks
The plans presented at Making Waves
all pertain to (combinations of) water, climate, food, health, energy, and transport.
helps provide holidays, short breaks, social activities, day care placements, therapy, respite care and overnight breaks at short notice when their families are in crisis.
Scott, who once swam for Great Britain, gave his former business 121 Making Waves
swim school in Morpeth, Northumberland, to his partner following the attack.
Bob, a former competitive swimmer, decided to set up Making Waves
so that he could share his passion for the sport and provide youngsters with not just a fun and safe place to exercise, but also a nurturing environment where they can learn valuable life skills.
A COVENTRY school have served up success on the county table tennis front while their indoor rowing squad are making waves
at national level.
For those of us associated with the Making Waves
Foundation, the price tag turns out to be quite modest.
TEENAGE striker Cole Stockton is making waves
with Rovers' reserve team, and continued his impressive recent form with a hat-trick in the win over Macclesfield Town this week.
ISLAMABAD, September 08, 2011 (Balochistan Times): FOMMA Trust (Foundation for Museum of Modern Art) and Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) will launch a book Making Waves
: Contemporary Art in Pakistan by Salwat Ali here on September 8.
Summary: The pop world is not the only place where talent show stars are making waves
. They are being recognised in classical circles too.
Home foreclosure rates are rising in luxury markets, according to data from Zillow.com, making waves
in the mortgage lending community.
Al Jazeera's Steve Chao reports from Kaoshiung, Taiwan, where the new business model is making waves