Friday, November 23, 2012


  • Interview - Harry Brightwell, secretary, British Christmas Tree Growers ...

    Harry Brightwell recently became secretary of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association (BCTGA), taking over from Roger Hay, who had been in the role for almost 15 years.

  • 'Best possible outcome', Brightwell on way home

    GISBORNE waka ama pioneer and master carver Matahi (Greg) Brightwell is heading home to recover today following a dramatic rescue after a clot brought on a cardiac arrest while he was training on a city river on Saturday morning.

  • Drama on the water

    WAKA ama legend Matahi (Greg) Brightwell is recovering in Waikato Hospital after suffering a heart attack while paddling on the city rivers on Saturday morning.

  • 'Incredible feeling to be alive'

    Mr Brightwell was taken by ambulance to Gisborne Hospital initially, then flown to Waikato Hospital where tests showed a small clot had blocked one of the arteries in his heart.

  • Soggy weather prompts bumper crop of Christmas trees

    Harry Brightwell, secretary of the British Christmas Tree Growers Association (BCTGA), said: "It has been a challenging year for farmers and a lot of fruit and vegetables have suffered, but Christmas trees appear to be one of the few crops that have ...

  • B&CE appoints regulatory and risk director

    Brightwell joins the low-cost provider in the newly-created role, which brings together three existing divisions: legal, risk and group company secretariat.

  • Silver Line Stroll from Union Station to El Monte

    by Eric Brightwell. on November 20, 2012 5:00 PM. The Metro Silver Line opened on the December 13, 2009, more than four years after the Orange Line, Metro's only other Trasitway system.

  • Melton HC ladies produce the result of the weekend

    Brightwell swept the second goal nicely into the bottom corner, finally beating Leicester's keeper who denied Melton many times.

  • Joshua to get the chop for CLIC Sargent charity

    Norwich City College student Joshua Brightwell, 17, from Acorn Way, Dereham, hopes to raise more than £200 for CLIC Sargent by having his hair shaved off.

  • Suffolk: Future of Christmas tree safe as experts rule out link between fir ...

    But the association's Harry Brightwell, from Tuddenham St Martin near Ipswich, said the disease did not act in the same way as the deadly chalara fraxinea ash dieback disease, and that the situation was nowhere near as concerning.

  • Footprints of Fayette

    By Lilliemae Brightwell. Sometimes the county farm also was used as a place to keep short-term prisoners. Those arrested for such offenses as dice-playing or fighting were sent to the farm to work out their sentences.

  • RESULTS: November 17-18

    Hedley Toms/Michael Brown: Zubry Oxford 3, Brightwell 2; Yellow Eagles 1, Oxford Spts & Social Club 5; Barton Utd 3, AFC Jericho 4; Standlake Garage 1, Railway Wheatley 7. Ridgeway Cup 2nd round: Sporting Headington 3, Watlington Wands 1; Freeland ...

  • West Watford benefits cheat prosecuted

    Patrizia De Filippo, of Brightwell Road, was prosecuted by Watford Borough Council after she failed to inform officers she was earning more money than she had declared on a form in July 2010.


    Blue League: Cholsey Bluebirds v Marston Saints, Kidlington Yth v Quarry Rov, Summertown Stars Quarks v Botley Boys. Green League: Abingdon Yth Whites v AFC Brightwell, Crowmarsh Yth Orange v Didcot Casuals, Oxford Blackbirds v Summertown Stars ...

  • Robert Pattinson's Future Is About To Get 'Really Tough'

    As "Twilight" fades into the rearview mirror, Robert Pattinson's future is looking very bright. Well, that's not entirely true - when looking at one of Pattinson's upcoming projects, "The Rover," the future actually looks pretty bleak.

  • FOOTBALL: Deadly duo in Royals romp

    Railway Wheatley climbed to second in Division 1 after thrashing Standlake Garage 5-0. Seb Warner hit a double for the hosts, who also netted through manager Tom Williams, Dan Smith and an own goal.

  • Brakespeare: Sex in the park, matchstick man, party pooper (not), holiday ...

    PAUL STAINTON: What, fifty grand, sixty grand, eighty grand, hundred grand? GRAHAM BRIGHT: (LAUGHS) In actual fact the Government have decreed it seventy.

  • Restored steam railway is right back on track

    GWR volunteers, including chairman Malcolm Temple (front second right) and Cheltenham town crier Ken Brightwell celebrate the first run over the restored full length of line between Toddington and Cheltenham Racecourse.

  • The Buzz: Speaking in foreign tongues -- multi-lingualism all the rage

    Barry Brightwell of Brentwood learned to speak Spanish out of necessity. "I have Latino employees and communication with them is vital," he said.

  • plane crash victims had promising futures

    The three University of Maine fraternity brothers who were killed Friday in a fiery plane crash at Knox County Regional Airport were remembered Sunday as bright, well-liked and hard-working young men with promising futures. click image to enlarge ...

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