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Unison Doncaster Bassetlaw Health Branch Nov 14
With the devastating floods that have affected our region in Doncaster and Bassetlaw, we at your Unison Health Branch have today agreed a donation of £1000 each to both Doncaster and Worksop. We hope we can make a small difference to these devastated communities.
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Danielle Nov 13
The people of South Yorkshire need your help. I live 10 mins away from they need your help. I filmed this on Saturday. Lives have been washed away.
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David Ridge 🇮🇱 ✡ Dec 23
When work offers you a once in a lifetime experience that I'm happy to admit filled me with great pride today 👏👍 A proud moment meeting the nation's future King.
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Doncaster Council Dec 6
🙌Good news! Jubilee Bridge in has now been reopened to traffic (weight limits apply) ✅ These photos show how high river levels were before and after and how this impacted on the works – including mysterious floating grass islands hurtling towards our engineers!
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Oliver Harmar Dec 23
A real privilege to welcome HRH Prince of Wales to today. The floods have been devastating but I’ve been inspired by the strength of partnership working and the amazing community spirit. Our thoughts are with everyone out of their homes this Christmas
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Shropshire Green Man Nov 15
This is as big a disaster for the kids involved as the floods. So will we see being asked about why the cladding was burning out of control? It's as if somebody up there was giving us a pre warning...
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Harrogate Fire station Nov 12
We would just like to say a huge thankyou to the residents and shop owners of Fishlake as they have continued to bring us that drinks and food throughout the day while crews are deployed in the cold and rain around the village. thankyou.!
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Gurdeep Pandher of Yukon 9 Oct 18
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Tsilhqot'in Sep 6
NEWS: BC Supreme Court ruling prevents Taseko Mines from exploratory drilling at Fish Lake. “The judgment today reinforces that New Prosperity is a dead project and will never proceed.”() - Chief Joe Alphonse, Tribal Chairman,
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Emma Howard Boyd Dec 23
Honoured to join The Prince of Wales in today meeting people affected by last month’s floods. This Christmas my thoughts are with everyone affected by , and all those working nationwide to protect and recover communities
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Gary Devonport Nov 11
Faith in humanity is restored
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DebTannHIWWT 17 Aug 18
Official opening of the amazing HIWWT nature reserve at meadows; celebrating fantastic partnership with Test Valley BC and being treated to great views of the osprey!!
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Laurie Gail Hamelin Jul 18
The Tŝilhqot’in Nation has submitted an urgent request for investigation to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples based on an imminent violation of human rights. Photo courtesy of Tsihlqot’in National Government.
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Julie 29 Sep 17
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Andy Stewart Nov 16
Great Doncaster lads. No media, no journalists, no applause, just a load of local lads giving a hand in the floods. Cold, wet, and...... Loving it!
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#IAmTheResistance 🐟 #IAmEuropean #FearMe #FBPE Nov 14
Remember the tories KNEW but chose to let this happen to you. Revealed: how Tory cuts are wrecking UK flood defences
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UCVR Calder Valley Dec 26
This day 2015 will not only live in the minds of our community for years to come, but it also brings about a different level of empathy for other communities when news shows similar incidents in other parts of the UK and even the
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Hallam FM News Dec 23
Prince Charles is now meeting volunteers at St Cuthbert's Church in which has been converted into a temporary support centre for flood victims
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St. Leger Homes Dec 24
Lovely to see HRH Prince Charles in yesterday to meet local residents affected by the recent floods, along with staff from St Leger Homes and the emergency services.
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Station Manager Tony Walker Nov 12
flood efforts. Fire & rescue currently pumping 15.000 litres a minute from the village
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