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In the News (Sat 16 Dec 17)

  
 Learning centres: Learning Services Edge Hill
The service and collections support Edge Hill Faculty of Health staff and students, University of Liverpool medical undergraduates, and NHS staff from partner organisations (Aintree Hospitals NHS Trust, The Walton Centre NHS Trust, South Sefton PCT and North Liverpool PCT).
The Aintree LIRC is located on the first floor of the Clinical Sciences Centre for Research and Education on the University Hospital Aintree site.
The collection supports Edge Hill's in-services Education operation.
newwebsite.edgehill.ac.uk /ls/LearnCen

  
 Learning centres: Learning Services Edge Hill
The Aintree LIRC is located on the first floor of the Clinical Sciences Centre for Research and Education on the University Hospital Aintree site.
The collection supports Edge Hill's in-services Education operation.
The service and collections support Edge Hill Faculty of Health staff and students, University of Liverpool medical undergraduates, and NHS staff from partner organisations (Aintree Hospitals NHS Trust, The Walton Centre NHS Trust, South Sefton PCT and North Liverpool PCT).
newwebsite.edgehill.ac.uk /ls/LearnCen   (504 words)

  
 Contributors
Coolmore, is an international thoroughbred breeding operation, standing some of the most important thoroughbred stallions in the world, with farms in Ireland, Australia and the U.S. (Ashford).
He has compiled lists of early champion jump jockeys and National Hunt trainers, serves as a consultant to The Complete Recordand Aintree Museum, and is working with other Aintree historians to compile a comprehensive history of the Grand National.
Laurel Scott Duncan is a writer and photographer who focuses on steeplechasing; she is a regular contributor to Chronicle of the Horse and other magazines and web sites.
www.tbheritage.com /Contributors.html   (1556 words)

  
 
They helped force a crossing of the Escaut canal and took part in Operation 'Aintree' to free the Dutch towns of Overloon and Venraij.
Operation 'Heather' saw them drive through the Siegfried Line, before finally 'cracking around' in northern Germany in the hard fighting that culminated in victory in Europe.
With the arrival of Yorkist reinforcements under the Duke of Norfolk, the Lancastrian line eventually broke and their troops fled, many being caught and slaughtered in the death trap known as 'Bloody Meadow'.
www.traveldrama.com /shop/norfolkis.html   (3845 words)

  
 Transport for London - Online Services - Traffic Information
North, east and southbound direction Dawes Road is closed between Aintree Street and Munster Road.
24 Hr traffic management has been implemented northbound on South Ealing Road with temporary traffic lights in operation to facilitate emergency gas works.
Flooding in the Northbound lane of Brixton Hill at the junction with Trent Road due to a burst water main.
www.tfl.gov.uk /streets/traffic-alert-service/flow-SW.shtml   (462 words)

  
 CMSHA - NHS Trusts
16 NHS Trusts and 2 NHS Foundation Trusts are in operation across Cheshire and Merseyside.
Aintree House, Fazakerley Hospital, Longmoor Lane, Liverpool, L9 7AL
Ambulance service across Cheshire & Merseyside are provided by the Mersey Regional Ambulance Service NHS Trust
www.cmha.nhs.uk /nhsts.htm   (205 words)

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