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Last Sunday saw National Read a Book Day taking place all over the UK.
And while events to mark the day were scaled down due to social distancing, it’s still a brilliant chance to take time out for yourself and bury your head in a good book.
In this two-minute read we look at why the last weeks National Read a Book Day had lasting benefits for people in Swindon.
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If the sight of discarded fag butts, empty bottles and plastic wrappers makes you see red, you’re not alone.
Litter is an issue that frustrates and aggravates many people in the UK, and rightly so.
In this three-minute read, we look at how you can improve the local environment by joining the fight against litter.
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The lockdown and ongoing fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic have been tough for everyone.
But it’s been especially hard for school-aged children.
They’ve gone months without seeing a lot of their friends, have had their routine turned upside down and now face new worries as the schools head back in September.
In this three-minute read, we look at seven things you can do to ease the back-to-school nerves children may be facing ahead of the new academic year.
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If you have a nice property in a respectable street in Swindon, you probably would never imagine that criminal gangs would ever target you. Well, think again.
Cannabis farms are a widespread and persistent issue; as soon as the police crackdown in one location, the problem springs up elsewhere.
In this three-minute read, we look at how landlords can prevent their property from being used for cannabis production.