This month our magazine focuses on the exciting improvements that are being made in the communities around us.
With improvements made to sporting facilities, schools and community buildings, our neighbourhoods are being redeveloped and rejuvenated every day.
In Warrington, the capacity of the East Stand at the Haliwell Jones Stadium has been increased from 13,000 to 15,000 in a direct response to regular attendance and an annual increase in the sales of shirts and season tickets. The town will also host matches and a team training camp during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.
Award-winning comedian, actor and writer Jo Brand officially opened the new Emergency Care Centre at South Tyneside District Hospital in January.
Lorraine Lambert, Chief Executive of South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust, commented:
“The completion of the project achieves our ambition of bringing all our emergency care services together to provide fully integrated care in a patient-friendly atmosphere with modern and efficient facilities…which will enable us to offer our local community the best possible care.”
As the latest restaurant in the extensive portfolio of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, the new £2 million Jamie’s Italian restaurant in Manchester promises to serve up a unique eating experience that will tickle the taste buds of diners visiting the city centre and instil a sense of pride in the town.
In Bradford, a landmark scheme has been unveiled as part of Bradford City Council’s regeneration plans. City Park contains the country’s tallest urban fountain, which can sprout water up to heights of 100 ft.
We now invite you, readers, to join us as we make the improvements for our future.
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