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Celebration of Peace

On the floor of the abbey courtyard, jam jars and tea lights were used to pick out an image of the dove of peaceLOCAL British and German communities united on Saturday September 26 to celebrate 70 years of peace since the end of the second World War.  

Around 200 people gathered and the sun made a welcome appearance for the celebrations in Marienfeld.  

Bürgermeisterin Sabine   Amsbeck-Dopheide, who opened the event, explained that the Allied troops laid the ground for this festival 70 years ago, “for this freedom, a lot of people have died”.

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Stoptober 2015 – One day at a time

Sign up to Stoptober with friends, family and colleagues;
comedians band together for launch

They’re not kidding: Comedians Al Murray, Rhod Gilbert, Shappi Khorsandi and Bill BaileyResearch shows smokers are 67 per cent more likely to quit if their partner also stops smoking and 36 per cent more likely to quit if a friend stops.

Smokers across the country are being urged to sign up to Stoptober, the country’s 28-day mass quit attempt from Public Health England (PHE), to receive support and encouragement every step of the way from some of the nation’s top comedians.

And to stand an even better chance of quitting, they are encouraged to sign up with their friends, family and colleagues, as evidence reveals that this type of ‘social quitting’ can dramatically improve people’s chances of successfully stopping.

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Civilian wasted police time

A UKBC pleaded guilty to wasting police time after leaving a message on the answer machine at the Hohne Officers' Mess declaring he was “about to blow up a potential IED”.

DIO worker Thomas Stewart Grant admitted he used “a bad choice of words” but claimed he was trying to protect the public from a suspicious car parked near Hohne camp.

A Service Civilian Court in Sennelager heard that the voicemail left at about 4.30am on June 15 last year, followed the defendant’s complaints to the military police about an apparently abandoned vehicle in his street behind Glyn Hughes Barracks.

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Faithfully yours

win Marianne Faithful tickets with Sixth SenseMarianne Faithfull will celebrate her 50th anniversary in music with a world tour that will last over a year.

The tour opens on October 11 in Stuttgart, and, so far, runs to February with all dates announced to date in Europe. She will be appearing in Bielefeld on October 21, at 8pm, in the Rudolf-Oetker-Halle.

Faithfull’s music career started in 1964 with her cover of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Andrew Loog Oldham’s As Tears Go By reaching number 9 in the UK chart.

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