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18 May 2009

Gardeners from across south west england urged to branch out and design a 'great british garden' for london 2012 olympic park
seen at 18:10, 18 May in Bank of England News - South West.
As the biggest gardening event of the year - the RHS Chelsea Flower show - kicks-off, Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell is urging amateur gardeners from the villages of Somerset, the hills of Dartmoor and the coast... Read more Comment (0), Email this.
South west hairdressers wave goodbye to bad hand days
seen at 16:15, 18 May in Health and Safety Executive News - South West.
A trial commissioned by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has revealed that hairdressers say 'yes' to wearing non-latex gloves during 'wet work', in order to reduce the risks of dermatitis and... Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Weekly summary of road works in devon and cornwall
seen at 12:54, 18 May in Highways Agency News - South West.
Location Expected Delays Traffic Management Start Finish    Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadworks lifted for bank holiday weekend
seen at 12:54, 18 May in Highways Agency News - South West.
The Highways Agency is removing roadworks from the motorways and major A roads in England over the late May bank holiday weekend wherever it is safe to do so.    Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Advice for drivers using the m5 during the devon county show
seen at 12:54, 18 May in Highways Agency News - South West.
Drivers are being advised that the area around Junction 30 of the M5 is expected to be especially busy this week during the Devon County Show.    Read more Comment (0), Email this.
English heritage rescues heritage open days
seen at 12:53, 18 May in News from English Heritage - South West.
English Heritage today (Monday 18th May), took ownership of Heritage Open Days, securing the future of the popular cultural event and reassuring one million participants and 35,000 volunteer organisers by guaranteeing... Read more Comment (0), Email this.
English heritage rescues heritage open days
seen at 12:53, 18 May in News from English Heritage - South West.
English Heritage today (Monday 18th May), took ownership of Heritage Open Days, securing the future of the popular cultural event and reassuring one million participants and 35,000 volunteer organisers by guaranteeing... Read more Comment (0), Email this.