Posted by Hannah Dyball courtesy of Viovet Coping in a heatwave can be a struggle for us, let alone our dogs. With their thick coats and inability to sweat anywhere but through their paws, it’s not surprising that the heat makes them vulnerable. By now, most of us understand the dangers of leaving dogs unattended in cars because of how quickly they heat up, … Continue reading Helping your dog through the heatwave
Almost two thirds of the 6.5m Brits heading off on holidays abroad over the next month are worried about not having enough spending money, according to new research. Continue reading Two thirds of UK holidaymakers worry about lack of spending money
Ofgem has updated the level of the safeguard tariff, which protects 5 million households from being overcharged, based on the latest estimated costs of supplying energy. Continue reading Millions of households face energy rises from October
Did you know that if you spend £60 or more (until Sunday 26th August) in a single transaction for online groceries or instore you will receive a voucher for 10p a litre for either petrol or diesel to use at the Tesco filling station? When you’ve paid for your groceries in-store, your shopping receipt will automatically include a fuel discount coupon. If you’re an … Continue reading Save 10p a litre on fuel
Depending on the level or stage, referees and linesmen can earn a
little or a lot for officiating match in UK.
Amateur referees in the United Kingdom work on a game-by-game
basis. Their match fee is dependant seriously on the local football
association. For instance, pay is usually between £20 and £40 per game.
This is according to Minor Sports report findings recently published.
The semi-professional level referees are usually paid around £80 per game Continue reading The Cost of Linesman and Referees for the Junior Game
The strong need to understand vividly all about CPR skills, technique and training should be embraced as early as possible. Parent should make up their minds to get skills and training of CPR across to the youth on time. Continue reading WHEN SHOULD YOU TEACH YOUR CHILD CPR?
How to Do Simple CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure that combines chest compressions often with artificial ventilation. The purpose is to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person who is in cardiac arrest. CPR is a useful technique in many emergencies and can help save a life during a … Continue reading How to Do Simple CPR
Mission Statement from The Stalybridge Celtic Foundation Continue reading Mike Smith talks about the Stalybridge Foundation and The Community Scheme
Sports play a great role in our life as it not only entertains us but also keeps us active. Besides sport contribute a lot to maintain our physical and mental well-being. We can relate to numerous reasons why people involve in sport but the sole purpose of playing games is ‘having fun’. This may sound a bit odd as we are living in a time … Continue reading Is winning games more important than enjoyment?
A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock known as counter shock to the heart through the chest wall, to a person in cardiac arrest. The shock depolarizes a large amount of the heart muscle and helps the heart to re-establish normal sinus rhythm. This treatment is called defibrillation and it’s an essential life saving step in the chain of survival. … Continue reading Why do football clubs need life saving defibrillators?