Funding convention for groups in Barking & Dagenham and Havering

Posted On Jun 16 2021 by

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Funding convention for groups in Barking & Dagenham and Havering The Community Consortium Funding Convention takes place tomorrow to create awareness of potential funding opportunities for communities within the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham and Havering.The half-day event features speakers from Awards For All, Princes Trust, Bridge House Trust, The Arts Council, London North East Community Foundation, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, Tesco’s Charitable Trust, Ford for London, The London Development Agency, and The Association of London Government.Each speaker will give a 10-minute presentation about fundraising/funding and share tips and experiences of practical use to the delegates. Advertisement Howard Lake | 16 March 2005 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. The event begins with lunch at 12.00 on 17 March 2005 at The Small Hall ,Town Hall Barking, Barking Town Centre, Essex.Delegates must register in advance. Contact Juliet Lopez on 020 8592 3033.  15 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more


Another journalist murdered in Haiti

Posted On Jun 12 2021 by

first_img June 11, 2019 Find out more No significant progress has been reported in the investigation into the disappearance of Vladjimir Legagneur, a freelance reporter and photographer who went missing in the capital on 14 March 2018. Haiti is ranked 62nd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Violence against the press in Haiti: RSF and CPJ write to Minister of Justice Joseph was murdered yesterday evening near Bayas Park in Mirebalais, 60 km northeast of the capital, Port-au-Prince, by gunmen who made him climb into the trunk of his car and then fired off several rounds, one of them hitting him fatally in the face. HaïtiAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Freedom of expressionViolence Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Haitian authorities to step up protection for journalists throughout the country after Néhémie Joseph, a radio reporter in the provincial town of Mirebalais, yesterday became the second journalist to be murdered this year in Haiti. The surge in attacks on the media is very worrying, RSF said. Source: RTVC Help by sharing this information The first journalist to be murdered this year in Haiti was Radio Sans Fin presenter Pétion Rospide, who was fatally shot in Port-au-Prince on 10 June. Joseph’s murder comes amid a months-old wave of often violent protests calling for the removal of President Jovenel Moïse, who is accused of corruption. Haitian journalists are extremely vulnerable and are often targeted during these demonstrations. News Follow the news on Haïti Gunmen attacked two radio stations, Télé Zénith and Radio Télé Ginen in June. Elmon Zidor, a journalist with Radio Hozana FM, was stabbed in the southern town of Jacmel on 16 September. An Associated Press photographer sustained a gunshot injury when a ruling party senator, Jean-Marie Ralph Fethière, opened fire to disperse a crowd outside parliament on 23 September. Radio Sans Fin cameraman Edmond Agénor Joseph sustained a serious gunshotinjury while covering a protest on 30 September. October 11, 2019 Another journalist murdered in Haiti News A presenter with Mirebalais-based Panic FM and the Mirebalais correspondent of the Port-au-Prince radio station Méga, Joseph recently reported on social networks and online discussion forums that Mirebalais residents had threatened him. He was very critical of the government and often denounced the way the Mirebalais authorities were dealing with the effects of Haiti’s political crisis. to go further News HaïtiAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Freedom of expressionViolence Receive email alerts Organisation November 14, 2019 Find out more RSF_en Journalist shot dead amid anti-government protests in Haiti “The Haitian authorities must urgently identify those responsible for this shocking execution-style murder,” said Emmanuel Colombié, the head of RSF’s Latin America bureau. “The conditions in which Haiti’s journalists are covering the political unrest are extremely dangerous and worrying. The government must guarantee their safety throughout the country and ensure respect for the freedom to inform, which is essential for all Haitians during this troubled period.” Six months later, nothing known about Haitian journalist’s disappearance News September 14, 2018 Find out morelast_img read more


05 Garden with a theme

Posted On Jan 17 2021 by

first_imgBy Wayne McLaurin Georgia Extension Service Consider building your next garden around what you eat. Kitchen gardens are an old idea that deserve a second look. They enable you to enjoy meals with a gourmet taste at homegrown prices.Plant a variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers to stimulate your taste buds and enhance your favorite recipes. Design the garden outside your kitchen door or in several large containers.One idea is an Italian kitchen garden. Vegetables to grow could include sprouting broccoli, zucchini squash, peppers, eggplant, Romano pole beans, fava or cannellini beans, fennel, and paste or Roma-type drying tomatoes.Herbs could include basil, rosemary, oregano, marjoram, chives, mint, summer savory, thyme and sage.Gourmet greens such as arugula, radicchio, romaine lettuce and cutting chicory will add robust flavors to your salads. Include your favorite edible flowers, too, such as nasturtium, pansy, borage, lavender or chive.This garden can be done for many countries. But Melanzane spaccatelle (baked eggplant) can come only from an Italian garden.Sorry, but real spaghetti doesn’t grow on plants regardless of the existence of spaghetti trees. However, spaghetti squash might be a real addition to the garden. Volume XXVII Number 1 Page 5 last_img read more


Eleven CFAC Countries Complete UN Peace Operations Training in Guatemala

Posted On Dec 20 2020 by

first_imgOne model focuses on education for operations. It provides a base of knowledge and intellectual skills that would serve to process the information following the judgment of the commanders. It seeks “a reasoned response in the face of unpredictable and complex situations, according to the training, ethics, moral, and codes of conduct they have been taught,” said Col. Marowski. The training prepares military officers to serve as “a United Nations Military Observer, United Nations Staff Officer, United Nations Logistics and Finance Officer, and United Nations Instructor,” Col. Mérida said. “The courses for officers and soldiers also respond to the competencies required by the Central American Armed Forces Conference (CFAC) Battalion. As part of the specific training for the CFAC, it also includes a course in equipment operation and maintenance.” The CFAC program, which was designed specifically for the organization’s member countries, emphasized the skills and training that are required for UN contingents, military observers and staff who conduct peace operations. CREOMPAZ and CFAC training “This prepares the personnel to develop predictable responses and mechanisms in the face of equally predictable or less complex situations,” the colonel explained. UN peace operations benefit the national armies of the soldiers who participate in them. “The education and training for international and peace operations under the command and control of the United Nations are highly specialized,” said Chilean Army Colonel Carl Marowski, director of the Chilean Joint Center for Peacekeeping Operations. “It is imperative to train military personnel to work in complex operational environments that are multinational and multidimensional. The conditions differ significantly from their sociocultural, religious, ethnic and geographic national realities.” “In these [CREOMPAZ] courses, the basic training of patrols, shooting practice, and military transmissions and first aid at the platoon and squad level is complemented by the ‘Basic Soldier’ training proposed by the UN,” according to Guatemalan Army Colonel Mario Mérida, who is a member of the Guatemalan Network for Democratic Security. By Dialogo December 16, 2014 The CFAC is a specialized international military organization created by the presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua on November 12, 1997, and joined by the Dominican Republic in 2007. Its mission is to promote a permanent and systematic effort of cooperation, coordination and mutual support among the Armed Forces for the professional study of shared issues and provide a high level of defense against threats to democracy, peace and freedom; to contribute to the security of the region; to promote military development and integration; and to conduct humanitarian and peacekeeping operations. “In these [CREOMPAZ] courses, the basic training of patrols, shooting practice, and military transmissions and first aid at the platoon and squad level is complemented by the ‘Basic Soldier’ training proposed by the UN,” according to Guatemalan Army Colonel Mario Mérida, who is a member of the Guatemalan Network for Democratic Security. The training prepares military officers to serve as “a United Nations Military Observer, United Nations Staff Officer, United Nations Logistics and Finance Officer, and United Nations Instructor,” Col. Mérida said. “The courses for officers and soldiers also respond to the competencies required by the Central American Armed Forces Conference (CFAC) Battalion. As part of the specific training for the CFAC, it also includes a course in equipment operation and maintenance.” The second model focuses on individual instruction and collective training. It offers techniques, procedures and skills required for a specific function, that is, for UN operational tasks. The CFAC program, which was designed specifically for the organization’s member countries, emphasized the skills and training that are required for UN contingents, military observers and staff who conduct peace operations. CREOMPAZ provides training that is useful to soldiers whether they are serving in typical assignments or deployed to a UN mission. For nearly four weeks, from November 3-27, delegations from 11 countries participated in the training program in Guatemala. “They result in a better operational performance within the regulations established by the UN, reducing human rights violations, and producing a better response in cases of transit through risk areas in the face of a fortuitous armed encounter,” said Col. Mérida. “They learn and develop the required competencies and skills and act within the regulations demanded by the United Nations. Also, they are available to support disaster response cases in our countries, if the magnitude of the catastrophe requires it.” The training was conducted at the Regional Command for Training for Peace Operation Missions (CREOMPAZ) in Cobán, Alta Verapaz. The training provided by CFAC and CREOMPAZ complement each other. UN peace operations benefit the national armies of the soldiers who participate in them. The training, which stresses “self-control, discipline, integrity, leadership and teamwork, will be fundamental to the success of the operation,” Col. Marowski said. “This knowledge will be supplemented later with education and specific training in deployment and operational tasks for the UN (Peacekeeper) to develop a capacity for interoperability and integration in the unit and country of deployment.” Military delegations from the Central American Armed Forces Conference (CFAC) recently completed a United Nations (UN) integrated training course for peace operations missions. The training, which stresses “self-control, discipline, integrity, leadership and teamwork, will be fundamental to the success of the operation,” Col. Marowski said. “This knowledge will be supplemented later with education and specific training in deployment and operational tasks for the UN (Peacekeeper) to develop a capacity for interoperability and integration in the unit and country of deployment.” “They result in a better operational performance within the regulations established by the UN, reducing human rights violations, and producing a better response in cases of transit through risk areas in the face of a fortuitous armed encounter,” said Col. Mérida. “They learn and develop the required competencies and skills and act within the regulations demanded by the United Nations. Also, they are available to support disaster response cases in our countries, if the magnitude of the catastrophe requires it.” “This prepares the personnel to develop predictable responses and mechanisms in the face of equally predictable or less complex situations,” the colonel explained. The CFAC is a specialized international military organization created by the presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua on November 12, 1997, and joined by the Dominican Republic in 2007. Its mission is to promote a permanent and systematic effort of cooperation, coordination and mutual support among the Armed Forces for the professional study of shared issues and provide a high level of defense against threats to democracy, peace and freedom; to contribute to the security of the region; to promote military development and integration; and to conduct humanitarian and peacekeeping operations. Military delegations from Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Canada participated in the course, which ended with four days of intensive drills. “The education and training for international and peace operations under the command and control of the United Nations are highly specialized,” said Chilean Army Colonel Carl Marowski, director of the Chilean Joint Center for Peacekeeping Operations. “It is imperative to train military personnel to work in complex operational environments that are multinational and multidimensional. The conditions differ significantly from their sociocultural, religious, ethnic and geographic national realities.” One model focuses on education for operations. It provides a base of knowledge and intellectual skills that would serve to process the information following the judgment of the commanders. It seeks “a reasoned response in the face of unpredictable and complex situations, according to the training, ethics, moral, and codes of conduct they have been taught,” said Col. Marowski. CREOMPAZ provides diverse training programs in two basic models. The training provided by CFAC and CREOMPAZ complement each other. CREOMPAZ is seeking UN certification as an academic unit for peace-building forces. The process is similar to a university seeking accreditation from a national academic body. The second model focuses on individual instruction and collective training. It offers techniques, procedures and skills required for a specific function, that is, for UN operational tasks. CREOMPAZ and CFAC training The training was conducted at the Regional Command for Training for Peace Operation Missions (CREOMPAZ) in Cobán, Alta Verapaz. For nearly four weeks, from November 3-27, delegations from 11 countries participated in the training program in Guatemala. CREOMPAZ provides diverse training programs in two basic models. CREOMPAZ provides training that is useful to soldiers whether they are serving in typical assignments or deployed to a UN mission. Military delegations from Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Canada participated in the course, which ended with four days of intensive drills. Military delegations from the Central American Armed Forces Conference (CFAC) recently completed a United Nations (UN) integrated training course for peace operations missions. CREOMPAZ is seeking UN certification as an academic unit for peace-building forces. The process is similar to a university seeking accreditation from a national academic body. last_img read more


Freezing Rain, Snow Expected Through Evening Commute

Posted On Dec 18 2020 by

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A wintry mix brought on by a winter storm churning north will fall on Long Island throughout the day Monday, but very little snow accumulation is expected, forecasters said.While the Island will be spared the brunt of the storm, officials are still urging drivers to use caution because the combination of freezing rain, snow, and sleet could cause hazardous driving conditions. Visibility will also be reduced to a half-mile or less at times, forecasters said.“Anyone traveling later this evening should travel with caution…because we are looking at temperatures not really getting above freezing today,” said Brian Ciemnecki, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service (NWS) in the agency’s Upton office. He added that the precipitation will be “intermittent” and “fairly light.”The NWS, which issued a winter weather advisory for Nassau and Suffolk counties until 6 a.m. Tuesday, said parts of LI could see up to an inch of snow and a tench of an inch of ice.Gov. Andrew Cuomo also said drivers should exercise caution due to the mix of snow and ice.“We have deployed resources in every region of the state to respond and will closely monitor conditions as the storm progresses over the next 36 hours,” Cuomo said.The system will move out of LI Monday night, giving way to dry conditions Tuesday and Wednesday, Ciemnecki said.While the region will mostly be spared by the storm, other areas to the north of the Island could see more than a foot of snow.last_img read more


Developing your people is a must

Posted On Dec 17 2020 by

first_img 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Stuart R. Levine Founded in 1996, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC is an international strategic planning and leadership development company with focus on adding member value by strengthening corporate culture.SL&A … Web: www.Stuartlevine.com Details Developing your credit union’s people, improving their skills, and engaging them in learning is currently not an option. Talent is increasingly scarce, and demand for needed skills is outpacing supply due to all-time low unemployment rates, limited mobility among labor markets, and an aging and retiring workforce, which is shrinking the available talent pool. Recruiting people who have technical skills combined with the people skills of creativity, empathy, and collaboration is ever more difficult. Smart credit union leaders know employees drive the bottom line, and that talent must be developed from within in order for the organization to thrive.Since external recruitment is so difficult, organizations have no choice but to grow the skills of, and work to retain, their talented people. PwC’s CEO survey for several years has listed finding and retaining employees with needed skills as a top challenge. This year’s survey was no different. A majority of CEOs surveyed in the 2019 and 2020 PwC reports stated that to address a talent shortfall, significant retraining and upskilling of the workforce was needed.Awareness is not enough, however. Organizations must do more. PwC’s 2020 CEO survey uncovered that only 18% of CEOs globally and less than 10% in North America believe their organizations have made “significant progress” in establishing upskilling programs. Yet, people are prepared to learn. They know that in today’s environment their skills will become outdated. Another PwC report, a survey of employees globally, found that 53% believe that automation will significantly change their job or make it obsolete within the next ten years. Seventy-seven percent knew they will need to learn new skills and be retrained to increase the chance of their future employability. A recent IBM study confirms the importance of continuous learning, as a skill learned today will be about half as valuable in just five years or less. The useful life is even shorter for technical skills.Your organizational culture lets you face this challenge head on. Investing in your people is a competitive differentiator to attract and then retain those who are willing and able to learn. Your credit union must be accurately viewed as a learning organization that emphasizes the values of career development and trust. In this environment, employees are open to new thinking about the growth potential for their capabilities and careers. They trust that there is alignment between the credit union’s interest and their personal growth that goes beyond the bottom line. People who are willing to learn, look for employers that will support them in building careers. Millennials expect it. A recent Gallup survey found that 59% of millennials think it’s extremely important for employers to provide opportunities to learn and grow, and they select, and are more likely to stay with companies that do so.A learning culture sets your credit union apart and promotes your organization as an employer of choice for current and prospective employees. No one has a crystal ball to predict the exact skillsets necessary in the future, but a continuous learning infused culture creates the foundation to grow needed skills in-house. Your culture strengthens when your employees gain an increased sense of dignity and satisfaction through learning. Your people become challenged, engaged, and ready to contribute.last_img read more


OFFICIAL:John Boye to sign for Turkish side Erciyesspor today

Posted On Aug 28 2020 by

first_imgGhana defender John Boye will sign a three-year contract with Turkish side Kayseri Erciyesspor today (Tuesday) after passing a medical.The 27-year-old, who courted controversy at the just-ended World Cup, will move from French side Rennes on a free transfer.The Ghanaian defender had a successful medical with the club on Monday afternoon at the Bakirkoy Acibadem Hospital in Istanbul.This paves the way for him to sign the bumper three-year contract with the ambitious club after arriving in the country on Sunday.He will wear the No.7 jersey for the upcoming season, Ghana’s leader in exclusive football news, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.Coach Bulent Korkmaz was delighted with the capture of the Ghana defender on a free transfer to boost his defensive options which proved to be their bane last season. This comes few weeks Ghana’s leading football news outlet exclusively revealed that the ex-Rennes centre-back was in talks with Kayseri Erciyesspor.The agent of the Ghana international, Fabien Pivateau, agreed the deal before the World Cup but it is now being formalized.Boye refused to extend his expiring contract with French side Rennes as he sought opportunities elsewhere to boost his career.This season could prove to be important for the club as they have made huge signings for the season.The ambitious Turkish side Erciyesspor already have AC Milan midfielderBakaye Traore, Senegalese defender Pape Diakhite and Portuguese forward Edinho in their fold. The Ghana talented centre-back was linked with several clubs in the top leagues of Europe including Barcelona and Liverpool but nothing concrete has materialized.His kissing of $100,000 at the World Cup which was the appearance fees of the Black Stars at the tournament in Brazil exposed him to global ridicule.last_img read more


Breakdancing proposed as new sport by 2024 Olympics: organisers

Posted On Aug 13 2020 by

first_imgFILE PHOTO; Kinjaz breakdancingParís, France | AFP | Breakdancing has been invited as a new sport by the organisers of the 2024 Paris Olympics, the head of the local organising committee said Thursday.Skateboarding, climbing and surfing, which have already been added to the programme for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, have been invited to return for the Paris Games. Tony Estanguet, the head of the Paris 2024 organising committee, said the inclusion of the four sports responded to a need to make the Olympics “more urban” and “more artistic”.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more


New Destination Brand Highlights Thurston County as a One-of-a-Kind Destination

Posted On Aug 5 2020 by

first_imgFacebook8Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention BureauApple, a hint of cinnamon and the perfect amount of sweetness. Thurston County loves the delicious taste of Apple Fritters, reminiscent of a trip down the Thurston Bountiful Byway with a stop at Lattin’s Country Cider Mill and Farm.Bev Vines-Haines and Charlotte Clary, the grannies behind Ice Chips, reveal the winning Thurston County flavor at an event Thursday. Photo courtesy: Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention BureauThe Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB) celebrated National Travel and Tourism Week at their Annual State of Tourism Meeting. The VCB teamed up with the famous grannies at Ice Chips to make a candy that represents the flavor of the region and sent three flavors to public vote.The grannies helped announce the winning flavor Thursday afternoon at the meeting. Cheers from the crowd erupted after Apple Fritter was revealed as the winning flavor. Attendees got to take a tin home and the flavor is available for tasting in the Ice Chips tasting room in Tumwater.“The handcrafted taste of Lattin’s Apple Fritters and their award-winning cider is just one of the one-of-a-kind experiences that visitors and locals can have in Thurston County,” said Shauna Stewart, executive director of the VCB.The Thurston County Ice Chips flavor reveal was part of the VCB’s brand launch. The new destination brand was a year and half-long project that included extensive research with visitors and locals to identify what makes Thurston County unique and differentiates the area from other visitor destinations in Washington State.“We set out to uncover what was already in the hearts and minds of our locals and visitors. We wanted to know how visitors perceive the destination. What we found is that we are a mindfully crafted destination with one-of-a-kind experiences, and that’s because of the passionate, remarkable people we have in this community,” said Shauna Stewart, executive director of the OLTVCB.Research also showed that visitors identified the region as the capital and visited numerous places around Thurston County including the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Tumwater Falls and the Olympia Farmers Market.The brand launch includes a new name of Experience Olympia & Beyond, a logo, tagline, visitor guide, website, marketing and more. The new brand is designed to inspire visitors to experience a handcrafted escape to Thurston County.last_img read more


Specsavers offer Donegal people aged over 50 free ear wax removal

Posted On Dec 21 2019 by

first_imgSPECSAVERS in Donegal Town and Letterkenny are encouraging people to take a proactive approach to hearing health by offering customers over 50 a free ear wax removal service throughout October and November.Although your ears are designed to be self-cleaning and will normally produce enough earwax to prevent problems occurring, sometimes, if you experience sudden or partial hearing loss it may be a direct result of a build-up of wax in the ear.By having your ears cleaned professionally in store, it can help ease discomfort and improve your overall hearing, and for a limited time only, anyone over 50 can avail of this service free of charge. The wax removal technique used in store is known as microsuction. It is the quickest and safest method of earwax removal, including hard or impacted wax. The process is much more comfortable as it avoids touching the sensitive skin of the ear canal and has no contact with the eardrum. The medical suction device used by the team in store will quickly and carefully remove the earwax, while maintaining vision of the ear canal using a microscope.For many people, problems with ear wax and overall ear health can arise when items such as cotton buds or ear plugs are inserted into the ear, causing irritation. Using cotton buds can interfere with the natural cleaning process and can push wax and debris further into the ear, which can in-turn cause a build-up or a blockage of the ear canal.Audiology director at Specsavers Donegal Town and Letterkenny, Martina McNulty, says earwax is a good thing to have in your ears, that’s why your body naturally produces it.She added “The sticky texture prevents bacteria and germs from moving further into the ear, where they can cause infections. Eventually, the earwax containing any trapped dirt or bacteria will simply fall out without you noticing, cleaning as it goes. An earwax build-up can cause itchy ears, discomfort, or earache, tinnitus, hearing loss or infections. At Specsavers Donegal Town and Letterkenny, we are delighted to offer the ear wax removal service free of charge to those over 50 throughout the months of October and November.’ There are around 1 in 6 people suffering from hearing loss in Ireland, but unfortunately not all hearing loss can be treated by hearing aids. The National Hearing Implant and Viani Research Centre at Beaumont Hospital is Specsavers Audiologists charity partner and the only facility in the Republic of Ireland that offers cochlear implantation to adults and children with profound hearing loss, who cannot be fitted with hearing aids. Specsavers Audiologists has pledged to fundraise for Beaumont across the month of October, in a bid to raise €25,000 for the charity.For more information or to make an appointment with one of the team, please call 074 974 2686 for Donegal Town, 074 916 7040 for Letterkenny or visit specsavers.ie/stores/donegaltown-hearing / specsavers.ie/stores/letterkenny-hearing.Specsavers offer Donegal people aged over 50 free ear wax removal was last modified: October 24th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalSpecsaverslast_img read more