In all my years in Freemasonry I have never seen a double Third Degree ceremony performed as the Third is, in my opinion, the most complex, the most difficult and the most meaningful Ceremony of all the Three Degrees.
This Monday marked the first day of the lambing season for us. Over the next 6 weeks we will have 300 sheep to lamb and take care of. We are hopeful that the weather will pick up so we can turn the sheep out quite quickly. However, with it being so wet and cold, the grass just hasn’t grown.
The New Miss Leicestershire is Hannah Davies a 22 year old performing arts teacher from Thurnby who will be representing the county in the next Miss England final- the only contest of its kind to send its winner to the official Miss World event.
The Rural Achievement Awards are now entering their second year and aim to promote and support strong, forward thinking and well connected rural communities and highlight Leicestershire and Rutland as an excellent place to live, visit, work and do business.
Brignoli was up against very stiff competition including Sergio Ramiro and Neymar for Barcelona vs PSG to win 6-1 on aggregate, Mo Salah for Egypt vs Congo resulting in Egypt qualifying for the World Cup, Korey Smith for Bristol City vs Manchester United to knock out the holders of the Carabao Cup
Our daffodils are in full bloom, daylight hours have increased and you can feel warmth in the sun – it must be spring! It makes a real difference having more daylight hours in the day. Not only can you get more jobs completed outside but it has a real effect on our laying hens.
The WWF 50p design can sell for £200-plus it was designed by Matthew Dent and features 50 individual icons which represent the WWF with the famous Panda at the heart of it. The Kew Gardens 50p coin is believed to be worth £50 which was created to celebrate their 250th Anniversary.
Families across the country are being invited to get involved in The Big Pedal 2017 - a national challenge to get more young people cycling and scooting to school, backed by double Olympic gold medallist cyclist Joanna Rowsell Shand.