Asda

21 Jul 19
Fraggle's Other Place

A few weeks ago, on one of my weekly shopping trips to ASDA (deep joy 🙄) I was checking out the plants and orchids when I spotted this thing, called a ‘Dinosaur Plant’. Now who in their right mind can resist a dinosaur plant especially at £4.50 ($5) ? Well not me obviously. Of course […]

21 Jul 19
British Designed Gifts

I was looking around for new bedlinen and instead of looking at MS , Next and the department stores I thought I would try our supermarkets . I was pleasantly surprised. Offerings from George, Asda. Grey and yellow is very popular right now. It’s fresh, uplifting and Scandinavian in style. Grey and white is very […]

21 Jul 19
Woke UP!

My colleagues and I are affiliated to People’s Vote through our respective parties, including Change UK, the Liberal Democrats and Labour.  Anyway we met last night to discuss the situation vis-a-vis the Brexit crisis.  It was something of an impromptu gathering really and our discussion was helped along by several bottles of Semillon.  Now in […]

21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
SHOPPERS are being warned to check their cupboards and fridges as a whole range of different items have recently been recalled. Affected supermarkets include the likes of Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Tesco. Supermarkets have recalled a number of items in the past few weeks While products include cheese burgers, chicken dippers and Fruit Shoot drinks. We’ve rounded-up everything you need to know – and ordered them alphabetically by product name so you can easily search your kitchen for the offending items. With all product recalls, you shouldn’t eat or drink the offending item and should instead return it to the store you bought it from for a full refund – you don’t need your receipt to do this. Of course, where recalls have been issued over allergy concerns, if you’re not allergic then you shouldn’t need to worry. Cheese burgers sold at Tesco Tesco has recalled its own-brand cheeseburgers as they may contain undeclared sesame Tesco is recalling its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers as they may contain sesame, which has not been declared on the label. The supermarket says that the burgers could pose a health risk to anyone with a sesame allergy. They have use by dates of June 28, 29 and 30 2019 and July 1, 3 and 4 2019 and the packets weigh 469g. Chicken dippers sold at Iceland Iceland has recalled its 60-pack of chicken dippers because they may contain plastic Iceland is recalling its “60 Crispy Chicken Dippers” as some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic. Affected batches have any best before date code. Denny black pudding – sold at Tesco Denny is recalling black pudding sold in Tesco as it may contain plastic Denny is recalling a batch of its black pudding sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland over choking hazard fears because it may contain small pieces of blue plastic. The affected product is Denny’s Black Pudding 199g with a use by date of July 17 2019. Fruit shoot sold at Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco Fruit Shoot sold in Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco has been recalled amid choking fears Robinson’s fruit shoot (200ml) sold at Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco is being recalled due to concerns children could choke on the lid. The apple and blackcurrant fruit shoot were sold in multi-packs of 24 bottles at Costco and Tesco, and as single bottles at McDonald’s between June 22 and 28. [boxout headline=”Your product recall rights” intro=”PRODUCT recalls are an important means of protecting consumers from dangerous goods.”]As a general rule, if a recall involves a branded product, the manufacturer would usually have lead responsibility for the recall action. But it’s often left up to supermarkets to notify customers when products could put them at risk. If you are concerned about the safety of a product you own, always check the manufacturer’s website to see if a safety notice has been issued. When it comes to appliances, rather than just food items, the onus is usually on you – the customer – to register the appliance with the manufacturer as if you don’t there is no way of contacting you to tell you about a fault. If you become aware that an item you own has been recalled or has any safety noticed issued against it, make sure you follow the instructions given to you by the manufacturer. They should usually provide you with more information and a contact number on its safety notice. In some cases, the manufacturer might ask you to return the item for a full redund or arrange for the faulty product to be collected. You should not be charged for any recall work – such as a repair, replacement or collection of the recalled item. [/boxout] The product recall applies to drinks with batch code numbers of N06 L9171, N05 L9164 and N05 L9171 and they have a best before date of the end of March 2020. Heera chilli powder extra hot Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled over salmonella fears Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled by manufacturer P & B Foods Ltd because salmonella has been found in it. Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. It’s unclear where the chilli was sold, but affected batches either come in six-pack of 1kg bags or 10-pack of 200g bags all with a catch code of PB9446M/4 and a best before of April 2021. Heera golden sultanas Heera golden sultanas have been recalled as they contain undisclosed sulphur dioxide Again, it’s unclear where these Heera golden sultanas were sold but they are being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide. Affected packs come in 10 kg, in three-packs of 5kg, in six-packs of 700g, in 20 packs of 250g, and in 20-packs of 100g. They have best before dates of April 30 2020 and October 31 2020 and the following batch codes: ED18/281, ED18/071, HP1TN1040319, HP3TN1210618, HP2TN1211118, 1G2280818, 1G1280818, 2G1100119, 2G1170419, 2G1261118, 2G1240518 Homeland raw pet food Homeland is recalling packs of beef, tripe and turkey (although it’s recalling 500g packs rather than the 450g pack pictured) Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found – although it’s not clear where these were sold. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause illness in humans and animals with symptoms including fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. Affected batches are 500g packs of raw beef with a batch code of 1510, 500g packs of raw turkey with a batch code of 1513, and 500g packs of raw tripe with a batch code of 1518 – they also all have best before dates of May 2021. Leonidas assortment of Belgian chocolates Leonidas has recalled these posh chocs as some include undeclared nuts and sesame These Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled as they contain sesame seeds and nuts, which are not declared on the label. This means they’re a health risk for those with an allergy to these items. It’s unclear where they were sold but affected batches come in 375g, 500g, and 1kg boxes. Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes sold at Planet Organic Organic Amisa rice milk chocolate rice cakes sold at Planet Organic have been recalled as they contain undeclared milk Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes (100g) because they contain undisclosed milk. This means the item is a health risk for anyone with a milk allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected packs have a batch code of 444 17:491 and a best before date of November 15 2019. We could only find these on sale at health store Planet Organic but that doesn’t mean they weren’t sold at other retails before they were recalled. Shazans 10 bite size Punjabi samosas Shazans has recalled its 10-pack of samosas as some contain the wrong samosas Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected batches are 200g 10-packs with a batch code of LDS and a best before date of end of April 2021. It’s unclear where these were sold but Iceland currently stocks the 12-pack variety. Tan Y Castell choc chip griddles sold at Asda Tan Y Castell is recalling these chocolate chip cakes because they contain undisclosed milk Tan Y Castell is recalling chocolate chip griddles sold at Asda because they may contain milk which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected batches have six cakes per pack, a barcode of 5060001830018 and batch codes of 2805, 0306, 1106, 1406, 2506, 0207, 0807. They also have best-before dates of: July 7 2019, July 13 2019, July 21 2019, July 24 2019, August 4 2019, August 11 2019, August 17 2019. Yorkshire Provender rustic vegtable broth – sold at Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose Yorkshire Provdender’s vegetable broth has been recalled as it contains the wrong soup Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup with a use-by date of 08 JUL as a “small number” of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging. This could be a risk for anyone with a milk allergy. The soup is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. [article-rail-topic title=”More recalls” term_id=”10088″ posts_number=”6″ /] [bc_video video_id=”6054304735001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Robinson’s fruit shoot sold at McDonald’s and Tesco recalled over fears children could choke on the lid”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jul 19
The Sun
SHOPPERS are being warned to check their cupboards and fridges as a whole range of different items have recently been recalled. Affected supermarkets include the likes of Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Tesco. Supermarkets have recalled a number of items in the past few weeks While products include cheese burgers, chicken dippers and Fruit Shoot drinks. We’ve rounded-up everything you need to know – and ordered them alphabetically by product name so you can easily search your kitchen for the offending items. With all product recalls, you shouldn’t eat or drink the offending item and should instead return it to the store you bought it from for a full refund – you don’t need your receipt to do this. Of course, where recalls have been issued over allergy concerns, if you’re not allergic then you shouldn’t need to worry. Cheese burgers sold at Tesco Tesco has recalled its own-brand cheeseburgers as they may contain undeclared sesame Tesco is recalling its own-brand ready-made cheese burgers as they may contain sesame, which has not been declared on the label. The supermarket says that the burgers could pose a health risk to anyone with a sesame allergy. They have use by dates of June 28, 29 and 30 2019 and July 1, 3 and 4 2019 and the packets weigh 469g. Chicken dippers sold at Iceland Iceland has recalled its 60-pack of chicken dippers because they may contain plastic Iceland is recalling its “60 Crispy Chicken Dippers” as some packs may contain pieces of hard plastic. Affected batches have any best before date code. Denny black pudding – sold at Tesco Denny is recalling black pudding sold in Tesco as it may contain plastic Denny is recalling a batch of its black pudding sold in Tesco stores in Northern Ireland over choking hazard fears because it may contain small pieces of blue plastic. The affected product is Denny’s Black Pudding 199g with a use by date of July 17 2019. Fruit shoot sold at Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco Fruit Shoot sold in Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco has been recalled amid choking fears Robinson’s fruit shoot (200ml) sold at Costco, McDonald’s and Tesco is being recalled due to concerns children could choke on the lid. The apple and blackcurrant fruit shoot were sold in multi-packs of 24 bottles at Costco and Tesco, and as single bottles at McDonald’s between June 22 and 28. [boxout headline=”Your product recall rights” intro=”PRODUCT recalls are an important means of protecting consumers from dangerous goods.”]As a general rule, if a recall involves a branded product, the manufacturer would usually have lead responsibility for the recall action. But it’s often left up to supermarkets to notify customers when products could put them at risk. If you are concerned about the safety of a product you own, always check the manufacturer’s website to see if a safety notice has been issued. When it comes to appliances, rather than just food items, the onus is usually on you – the customer – to register the appliance with the manufacturer as if you don’t there is no way of contacting you to tell you about a fault. If you become aware that an item you own has been recalled or has any safety noticed issued against it, make sure you follow the instructions given to you by the manufacturer. They should usually provide you with more information and a contact number on its safety notice. In some cases, the manufacturer might ask you to return the item for a full redund or arrange for the faulty product to be collected. You should not be charged for any recall work – such as a repair, replacement or collection of the recalled item. [/boxout] The product recall applies to drinks with batch code numbers of N06 L9171, N05 L9164 and N05 L9171 and they have a best before date of the end of March 2020. Heera chilli powder extra hot Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled over salmonella fears Batches of Heera chilli powder extra hot have been recalled by manufacturer P & B Foods Ltd because salmonella has been found in it. Symptoms caused by salmonella usually include fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. It’s unclear where the chilli was sold, but affected batches either come in six-pack of 1kg bags or 10-pack of 200g bags all with a catch code of PB9446M/4 and a best before of April 2021. Heera golden sultanas Heera golden sultanas have been recalled as they contain undisclosed sulphur dioxide Again, it’s unclear where these Heera golden sultanas were sold but they are being recalled as they contain undeclared sulphur dioxide. Affected packs come in 10 kg, in three-packs of 5kg, in six-packs of 700g, in 20 packs of 250g, and in 20-packs of 100g. They have best before dates of April 30 2020 and October 31 2020 and the following batch codes: ED18/281, ED18/071, HP1TN1040319, HP3TN1210618, HP2TN1211118, 1G2280818, 1G1280818, 2G1100119, 2G1170419, 2G1261118, 2G1240518 Homeland raw pet food Homeland is recalling packs of beef, tripe and turkey (although it’s recalling 500g packs rather than the 450g pack pictured) Homeland By Products Ltd has recalled three batches of frozen raw pet food because salmonella has been found – although it’s not clear where these were sold. Salmonella is a bacterium that can cause illness in humans and animals with symptoms including fever, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. Affected batches are 500g packs of raw beef with a batch code of 1510, 500g packs of raw turkey with a batch code of 1513, and 500g packs of raw tripe with a batch code of 1518 – they also all have best before dates of May 2021. Leonidas assortment of Belgian chocolates Leonidas has recalled these posh chocs as some include undeclared nuts and sesame These Leonidas Belgian chocolates have been recalled as they contain sesame seeds and nuts, which are not declared on the label. This means they’re a health risk for those with an allergy to these items. It’s unclear where they were sold but affected batches come in 375g, 500g, and 1kg boxes. Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes sold at Planet Organic Organic Amisa rice milk chocolate rice cakes sold at Planet Organic have been recalled as they contain undeclared milk Windmill Organics Ltd is recalling Organic Amisa lactose free rice milk chocolate rice cakes (100g) because they contain undisclosed milk. This means the item is a health risk for anyone with a milk allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected packs have a batch code of 444 17:491 and a best before date of November 15 2019. We could only find these on sale at health store Planet Organic but that doesn’t mean they weren’t sold at other retails before they were recalled. Shazans 10 bite size Punjabi samosas Shazans has recalled its 10-pack of samosas as some contain the wrong samosas Some packets of Shazans Pubjabi samosas wrongly include paneer tikka samosas, which contain milk, which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected batches are 200g 10-packs with a batch code of LDS and a best before date of end of April 2021. It’s unclear where these were sold but Iceland currently stocks the 12-pack variety. Tan Y Castell choc chip griddles sold at Asda Tan Y Castell is recalling these chocolate chip cakes because they contain undisclosed milk Tan Y Castell is recalling chocolate chip griddles sold at Asda because they may contain milk which is not mentioned on the label. This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents. Affected batches have six cakes per pack, a barcode of 5060001830018 and batch codes of 2805, 0306, 1106, 1406, 2506, 0207, 0807. They also have best-before dates of: July 7 2019, July 13 2019, July 21 2019, July 24 2019, August 4 2019, August 11 2019, August 17 2019. Yorkshire Provender rustic vegtable broth – sold at Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose Yorkshire Provdender’s vegetable broth has been recalled as it contains the wrong soup Yorkshire Provender is recalling its 600g pot of rustic vegetable broth with kale, lentils and quinoa soup with a use-by date of 08 JUL as a “small number” of pots have been packed with a different soup that contains milk, which is not declared on the packaging. This could be a risk for anyone with a milk allergy. The soup is sold in Ocado, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. [article-rail-topic title=”More recalls” term_id=”10088″ posts_number=”6″ /] [bc_video video_id=”6054304735001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Robinson’s fruit shoot sold at McDonald’s and Tesco recalled over fears children could choke on the lid”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Shoppers are warned to check their cabinets and refrigerators as a number of different items have recently been recalled. Affected are supermarkets like Iceland, Sainsbury & # 39; s and Tesco. 13 Supermarkets have recalled a series of articles in recent weeks Products include cheese burger, chicken dipper and fruit shoot drinks. We have summarized […]

21 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
AS pretty as they are at this time of year, there’s no denying that lilies are a total liability when dotted around your home. But while we’d always thought that there was no getting rid of their pesky pollen stains, one woman has revealed how she watched them disappear before her eyes thanks to a 60p product. A panicked Georgia desperately hunted for cleaning tips in a private Facebook group After dropping a vase full of lilies on her mother’s cream carpet, Georgia Pincombe, from Newton Abbot, desperately searched for advice on a Facebook cleaning group. Living every daughter’s worst nightmare, Georgia wrote: “So a vase of lilies landed on my mum’s cream carpet. She’s on holiday, so please any tips on how to remove it? “I’ve tried a carpet cleaner machine!! It was the WHOLE vase including the WATER!!!” Unfortunately for Georgia, others members of the group said there was no salvaging such a stain – especially as it had already set. Thankfully, Georgia’s mum removed the stains from her carpet using a 60p bleach Georgia’s mum mixed bleach with water to lift the stain from her carpets Thick Bleach, 45p for 750ml from ASDA – buy now Thankfully, Georgia’s managed to remove the stain using a 45p bleach when she returned home. After mixing a small amount of bleach and water, the woman applied the solution directly to the stain before scrubbing it away in just five minutes. Unsurprisingly, others users were similarly blown away by the results – with many joking whether they could “borrow her mum” for themselves. What’s more, you can also use tape to pick up lily pollen before it sets or soaking items of stained clothing cold water before leaving them out to dry. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] For more affordable cleaning hacks, this mum used a £1.60 two-ingredient trick to clean her filthy oven – and the results are amazing. And a mum got her filthy oven door sparkling in minutes using a £1 product from The Range. Plus another mum used a £3.50 ASDA spray to get rid of washing machine mould in minutes. [bc_video video_id=”6060143437001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Here’s how to strip wash your clothes to ensure they’re really clean”]
21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
AS pretty as they are at this time of year, there’s no denying that lilies are a total liability when dotted around your home. But while we’d always thought that there was no getting rid of their pesky pollen stains, one woman has revealed how she watched them disappear before her eyes thanks to a 60p product. A panicked Georgia desperately hunted for cleaning tips in a private Facebook group After dropping a vase full of lilies on her mother’s cream carpet, Georgia Pincombe, from Newton Abbot, desperately searched for advice on a Facebook cleaning group. Living every daughter’s worst nightmare, Georgia wrote: “So a vase of lilies landed on my mum’s cream carpet. She’s on holiday, so please any tips on how to remove it? “I’ve tried a carpet cleaner machine!! It was the WHOLE vase including the WATER!!!” Unfortunately for Georgia, others members of the group said there was no salvaging such a stain – especially as it had already set. Thankfully, Georgia’s mum removed the stains from her carpet using a 60p bleach Georgia’s mum mixed bleach with water to lift the stain from her carpets Thick Bleach, 45p for 750ml from ASDA – buy now Thankfully, Georgia’s managed to remove the stain using a 45p bleach when she returned home. After mixing a small amount of bleach and water, the woman applied the solution directly to the stain before scrubbing it away in just five minutes. Unsurprisingly, others users were similarly blown away by the results – with many joking whether they could “borrow her mum” for themselves. What’s more, you can also use tape to pick up lily pollen before it sets or soaking items of stained clothing cold water before leaving them out to dry. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] For more affordable cleaning hacks, this mum used a £1.60 two-ingredient trick to clean her filthy oven – and the results are amazing. And a mum got her filthy oven door sparkling in minutes using a £1 product from The Range. Plus another mum used a £3.50 ASDA spray to get rid of washing machine mould in minutes. [bc_video video_id=”6060143437001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Here’s how to strip wash your clothes to ensure they’re really clean”]
21 Jul 19
The Sun
AS pretty as they are at this time of year, there’s no denying that lilies are a total liability when dotted around your home. But while we’d always thought that there was no getting rid of their pesky pollen stains, one woman has revealed how she watched them disappear before her eyes thanks to a 60p product. A panicked Georgia desperately hunted for cleaning tips in a private Facebook group After dropping a vase full of lilies on her mother’s cream carpet, Georgia Pincombe, from Newton Abbot, desperately searched for advice on a Facebook cleaning group. Living every daughter’s worst nightmare, Georgia wrote: “So a vase of lilies landed on my mum’s cream carpet. She’s on holiday, so please any tips on how to remove it? “I’ve tried a carpet cleaner machine!! It was the WHOLE vase including the WATER!!!” Unfortunately for Georgia, others members of the group said there was no salvaging such a stain – especially as it had already set. Thankfully, Georgia’s mum removed the stains from her carpet using a 60p bleach Georgia’s mum mixed bleach with water to lift the stain from her carpets Thick Bleach, 45p for 750ml from ASDA – buy now Thankfully, Georgia’s managed to remove the stain using a 45p bleach when she returned home. After mixing a small amount of bleach and water, the woman applied the solution directly to the stain before scrubbing it away in just five minutes. Unsurprisingly, others users were similarly blown away by the results – with many joking whether they could “borrow her mum” for themselves. What’s more, you can also use tape to pick up lily pollen before it sets or soaking items of stained clothing cold water before leaving them out to dry. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] For more affordable cleaning hacks, this mum used a £1.60 two-ingredient trick to clean her filthy oven – and the results are amazing. And a mum got her filthy oven door sparkling in minutes using a £1 product from The Range. Plus another mum used a £3.50 ASDA spray to get rid of washing machine mould in minutes. [bc_video video_id=”6060143437001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Here’s how to strip wash your clothes to ensure they’re really clean”]
21 Jul 19
GinPoodle Etsy.com

It’s been far too long since I’ve updated this blog. I really want to make more of an effort with this rather than just spending time on Instagram, don’t get me wrong, I do love a bit of Insta but I feel like the time is right to move back to blogging. I’ve been on […]

21 Jul 19
Gluten Free Rhi

Schär is one of the leading brands in gluten-free products. They have also created a large range of low fodmap products too! Schär products can be found in the majority of leading supermarkets. This blog is going to go through all their new products that have recently launched. They have created 4 new chocolate products, […]

21 Jul 19
Potato News Today

The delicious Ayrshire tattie – now given elevated status by the European Union as a protected geographical food – is available for summer salads and posh picnics throughout the British Isles this summer. This season’s produce is being sold in England as Scotty Brand secures a nationwide listing with Asda for its famous Ayrshire new […]

21 Jul 19
The Countryman's Daughter

When my dad wrote his column for 21st July 1979, the country was experiencing the effects of a global oil crisis following the Iranian Revolution, which had begun in early 1978 and ended on 11th February 1979 when the monarchy was toppled and an Islamic republic was established. During the revolution, Iranian oil output fell […]

21 Jul 19
Relatable Sunday

Job hunting is painful yet necessary, and it’s especially hard when you are looking for your first job and don’t any/much experience which most employers require nowadays. So I’m going to share a couple of things that could be helpful, or at the very least make you feel slightly less alone if, like me, you are desperately looking for a job.

21 Jul 19
Match Report

Over 1.500 runners  participated in this years  Asda Foundation Burnley 10k with the Start finish line held in the setting of Towneley Hall. The event saw money raised for various good causes and the event’s partner charities, which this year were the Jane Tomlinson Appeal, Macmillan Cancer Support, Pendleside Hospice, Burnley Leisure Trust, Burnley FC […]