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Wednesday – Richard McLeod from the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau popped in to the studio…

GUEST: Richard McLeod, from the Citizen Advice Bureau, popped by this morning to talk about the work that is being carried out by the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau and how changes in incapacity benefits will start to effect residents here in Brentwood. You can listen again here:

Richard McLeod Citizens Advice Bureau

If you have an issue you would like to discuss with the Brentwood Citizen’s Advice Bureau, in Crown Street, they are open Monday to Friday between 10 and 4 or you can call 08444 77 08 08.

BUSINESS

Allied Irish Banks expects major job cuts next year,  Punch Taverns plan to close more than 2500 pubs, the government pledge to invest in safeguarding more than 100,000 jobs in England – which is overshadowed by the youth unemployment figures being released today.

LOCAL SPORT

12 Apr 11 | Division One North

Redbridge     1-3    Romford

SAILING

Evening Echo, By Frazer Clark

Leigh Sailing Club’s Katrina Hughes and her helmsman Penny Clark boosted their chances of British 470 Women’s Olympic selection by a great result at the first of the big European regattas, the Princess Sofia.    The duo, featuring former Westciff High School for Girls pupil and Leigh SC member Hughes in the crewing role, came in behind the winning New Zealand duo whose series included three firsts and two seconds in the week-long event.  Japanese and Israeli crews were in the runners-up and third-placed slots, with Hughes and Clark fourth.   Things were less rosy in the 49er class with Thorpe Bay YC member Mark Asquith and his crewman Paul Brotherton finishing in eighth place overall, but significantly being another British pairing who were placed sixth overall.   Asquith’s boat counted a first, two seconds and a fourth place among their series results.

 

The Royal Yachting Association’s Lindsay Bell said“There is no fixed date for selecting the team as it all depends on how their results unfold at those events — some maybe earlier than others, we try and pick as early as we are confident doing.  September this year will be the earliest stage at which we could announce any selections”

FIXTURES

3 Apr 11 | Division One North

Grays Athletic     VS    Cheshunt

 

GAZETTE HEADLINES…

  • TEEN STABBED 3 TIMES IN PARK  – Doddinghurst
  • Opposition leader’s son hurt in accident
  • Jodie Marsh: Only way is Essex ‘an embarrassment’

MOVIE NEWS

1.(New) Rio (U)

2.  (non mover) Source Code (12A) – An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he’s part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. starring Jake Gyllenhall and Michelle Monaghn

3.  (non mover) Limitless (15)

4.  (1) Hop (U) Russel Brand stars in the latest animation by Universal.  lending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.

5. (4) Sucker Punch (12A), A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the mental facility. Starring Emily Browning and Vanessa Hudgens

6. (5) The Eagle (12A)

7. (New) Thank You

8. (non mover) Unknown 12A

9.  (New) The Roommate (15) – College student Sara finds that her new roommate Rebecca has an obsession with her, which quickly turns violent.

10.(New) Mars Needs Mums (PG) Sci fi Animation –  A young boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away.

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Wednesday – Richard McLeod from the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau popped in to the studio…

GUEST: Richard McLeod, from the Citizen Advice Bureau, popped by this morning to talk about the work that is being carried out by the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau and how changes in incapacity benefits will start to effect residents here in Brentwood. You can listen again here:

Richard McLeod Citizens Advice Bureau

If you have an issue you would like to discuss with the Brentwood Citizen’s Advice Bureau, in Crown Street, they are open Monday to Friday between 10 and 4 or you can call 08444 77 08 08.

BUSINESS

Allied Irish Banks expects major job cuts next year,  Punch Taverns plan to close more than 2500 pubs, the government pledge to invest in safeguarding more than 100,000 jobs in England – which is overshadowed by the youth unemployment figures being released today.

LOCAL SPORT

12 Apr 11 | Division One North

Redbridge     1-3    Romford

SAILING

Evening Echo, By Frazer Clark

Leigh Sailing Club’s Katrina Hughes and her helmsman Penny Clark boosted their chances of British 470 Women’s Olympic selection by a great result at the first of the big European regattas, the Princess Sofia.    The duo, featuring former Westciff High School for Girls pupil and Leigh SC member Hughes in the crewing role, came in behind the winning New Zealand duo whose series included three firsts and two seconds in the week-long event.  Japanese and Israeli crews were in the runners-up and third-placed slots, with Hughes and Clark fourth.   Things were less rosy in the 49er class with Thorpe Bay YC member Mark Asquith and his crewman Paul Brotherton finishing in eighth place overall, but significantly being another British pairing who were placed sixth overall.   Asquith’s boat counted a first, two seconds and a fourth place among their series results.

 

The Royal Yachting Association’s Lindsay Bell said“There is no fixed date for selecting the team as it all depends on how their results unfold at those events — some maybe earlier than others, we try and pick as early as we are confident doing.  September this year will be the earliest stage at which we could announce any selections”

FIXTURES

3 Apr 11 | Division One North

Grays Athletic     VS    Cheshunt

 

GAZETTE HEADLINES…

  • TEEN STABBED 3 TIMES IN PARK  – Doddinghurst
  • Opposition leader’s son hurt in accident
  • Jodie Marsh: Only way is Essex ‘an embarrassment’

MOVIE NEWS

1.(New) Rio (U)

2.  (non mover) Source Code (12A) – An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he’s part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. starring Jake Gyllenhall and Michelle Monaghn

3.  (non mover) Limitless (15)

4.  (1) Hop (U) Russel Brand stars in the latest animation by Universal.  lending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.

5. (4) Sucker Punch (12A), A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the mental facility. Starring Emily Browning and Vanessa Hudgens

6. (5) The Eagle (12A)

7. (New) Thank You

8. (non mover) Unknown 12A

9.  (New) The Roommate (15) – College student Sara finds that her new roommate Rebecca has an obsession with her, which quickly turns violent.

10.(New) Mars Needs Mums (PG) Sci fi Animation –  A young boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away.

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Wednesday – Richard McLeod from the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau popped in to the studio…

GUEST: Richard McLeod, from the Citizen Advice Bureau, popped by this morning to talk about the work that is being carried out by the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau and how changes in incapacity benefits will start to effect residents here in Brentwood. You can listen again here:

Richard McLeod Citizens Advice Bureau

If you have an issue you would like to discuss with the Brentwood Citizen’s Advice Bureau, in Crown Street, they are open Monday to Friday between 10 and 4 or you can call 08444 77 08 08.

BUSINESS

Allied Irish Banks expects major job cuts next year,  Punch Taverns plan to close more than 2500 pubs, the government pledge to invest in safeguarding more than 100,000 jobs in England – which is overshadowed by the youth unemployment figures being released today.

LOCAL SPORT

12 Apr 11 | Division One North

Redbridge     1-3    Romford

SAILING

Evening Echo, By Frazer Clark

Leigh Sailing Club’s Katrina Hughes and her helmsman Penny Clark boosted their chances of British 470 Women’s Olympic selection by a great result at the first of the big European regattas, the Princess Sofia.    The duo, featuring former Westciff High School for Girls pupil and Leigh SC member Hughes in the crewing role, came in behind the winning New Zealand duo whose series included three firsts and two seconds in the week-long event.  Japanese and Israeli crews were in the runners-up and third-placed slots, with Hughes and Clark fourth.   Things were less rosy in the 49er class with Thorpe Bay YC member Mark Asquith and his crewman Paul Brotherton finishing in eighth place overall, but significantly being another British pairing who were placed sixth overall.   Asquith’s boat counted a first, two seconds and a fourth place among their series results.

 

The Royal Yachting Association’s Lindsay Bell said“There is no fixed date for selecting the team as it all depends on how their results unfold at those events — some maybe earlier than others, we try and pick as early as we are confident doing.  September this year will be the earliest stage at which we could announce any selections”

FIXTURES

3 Apr 11 | Division One North

Grays Athletic     VS    Cheshunt

 

GAZETTE HEADLINES…

  • TEEN STABBED 3 TIMES IN PARK  – Doddinghurst
  • Opposition leader’s son hurt in accident
  • Jodie Marsh: Only way is Essex ‘an embarrassment’

MOVIE NEWS

1.(New) Rio (U)

2.  (non mover) Source Code (12A) – An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he’s part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. starring Jake Gyllenhall and Michelle Monaghn

3.  (non mover) Limitless (15)

4.  (1) Hop (U) Russel Brand stars in the latest animation by Universal.  lending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.

5. (4) Sucker Punch (12A), A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the mental facility. Starring Emily Browning and Vanessa Hudgens

6. (5) The Eagle (12A)

7. (New) Thank You

8. (non mover) Unknown 12A

9.  (New) The Roommate (15) – College student Sara finds that her new roommate Rebecca has an obsession with her, which quickly turns violent.

10.(New) Mars Needs Mums (PG) Sci fi Animation –  A young boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away.

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Wednesday – Richard McLeod from the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau popped in to the studio…

GUEST: Richard McLeod, from the Citizen Advice Bureau, popped by this morning to talk about the work that is being carried out by the Brentwood Citizens Advice Bureau and how changes in incapacity benefits will start to effect residents here in Brentwood. You can listen again here:

Richard McLeod Citizens Advice Bureau

If you have an issue you would like to discuss with the Brentwood Citizen’s Advice Bureau, in Crown Street, they are open Monday to Friday between 10 and 4 or you can call 08444 77 08 08.

BUSINESS

Allied Irish Banks expects major job cuts next year,  Punch Taverns plan to close more than 2500 pubs, the government pledge to invest in safeguarding more than 100,000 jobs in England – which is overshadowed by the youth unemployment figures being released today.

LOCAL SPORT

12 Apr 11 | Division One North

Redbridge     1-3    Romford

SAILING

Evening Echo, By Frazer Clark

Leigh Sailing Club’s Katrina Hughes and her helmsman Penny Clark boosted their chances of British 470 Women’s Olympic selection by a great result at the first of the big European regattas, the Princess Sofia.    The duo, featuring former Westciff High School for Girls pupil and Leigh SC member Hughes in the crewing role, came in behind the winning New Zealand duo whose series included three firsts and two seconds in the week-long event.  Japanese and Israeli crews were in the runners-up and third-placed slots, with Hughes and Clark fourth.   Things were less rosy in the 49er class with Thorpe Bay YC member Mark Asquith and his crewman Paul Brotherton finishing in eighth place overall, but significantly being another British pairing who were placed sixth overall.   Asquith’s boat counted a first, two seconds and a fourth place among their series results.

 

The Royal Yachting Association’s Lindsay Bell said“There is no fixed date for selecting the team as it all depends on how their results unfold at those events — some maybe earlier than others, we try and pick as early as we are confident doing.  September this year will be the earliest stage at which we could announce any selections”

FIXTURES

3 Apr 11 | Division One North

Grays Athletic     VS    Cheshunt

 

GAZETTE HEADLINES…

  • TEEN STABBED 3 TIMES IN PARK  – Doddinghurst
  • Opposition leader’s son hurt in accident
  • Jodie Marsh: Only way is Essex ‘an embarrassment’

MOVIE NEWS

1.(New) Rio (U)

2.  (non mover) Source Code (12A) – An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he’s part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. starring Jake Gyllenhall and Michelle Monaghn

3.  (non mover) Limitless (15)

4.  (1) Hop (U) Russel Brand stars in the latest animation by Universal.  lending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.

5. (4) Sucker Punch (12A), A young girl is institutionalized by her abusive stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the mental facility. Starring Emily Browning and Vanessa Hudgens

6. (5) The Eagle (12A)

7. (New) Thank You

8. (non mover) Unknown 12A

9.  (New) The Roommate (15) – College student Sara finds that her new roommate Rebecca has an obsession with her, which quickly turns violent.

10.(New) Mars Needs Mums (PG) Sci fi Animation –  A young boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away.

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