Dig In North West is based in Ashton Park in Preston, Lancashire. Horticultural therapy is not a new concept and the benefits of gardening are very diverse. From April 2013, Dig In will be offering Horticulteral therapy sessions to military veterans suffering from illness due to their service.
For more information please visit: www.diginnorthwest.org
Working with organisations and sponsors on a local and national level, REACT NOW aim to influence and educate on issues such as drugs, crime and internet safety, to raise standards of awareness and protection for children and young people across the UK, and to bring about change.
For more information please visit: http://www.reactnow.org.uk
Dave Jost is a classic car enthusiast and has been showing his mini at various events throughout the North West such as Tatton Park Classic, Vintage & Sportscarshow and Blackpool Mini run.
At Withy Trees Farm we breed Patterdalte Terriers of Nuttall Lineage. This local breed of dog descends from the northern terrier breeds, where it origins can be tracked back to the Lake District. The dog ‘Orrell’ and bitch ‘Robyn’ have successfully produced 3 litters, the most recently in July 2013. For more information please visit: www.withytreesfarm.co.uk
Withy Trees Farm is home to a flock of Beltex sheep. This breed originates from a Beligan offshoot of the Texel breed. Beltex are renowned for their heavy muscling particular in their hindquarters. The flock at Withy Trees was established in 2012. For more information please visit: www.withytreesfarm.co.uk
For sales of semen, rams & ewes – Please contact Andrew Wood 07976 153 177
Withy Trees Farm breed silver laced Wyandotte bantams. Wyandottes originate from the United States and are known for their docile nature and attractive appearance making them popular show birds.
For more information please visit: www.withytreesfarm.co.uk
“AJ Wood LTD is the proud sponsors of the Preston City darts team. After gaining back to back promotions the team currently ply their trade in division 1 of the Lancashire Super League.
The home venue for the side is the 55th division club in Preston.
AJ Wood & Preston hitting the bullseye!”
a j wood ltd sponsors Tim Dilworth who competes in offroad racing in his car. Tim races at events such as the British Cross Country Championships where the drivers typically race in modified off-road vehicles over forestry land with technical off-road sections.
a j wood ltd sponsors several local football teams including Clitheroe FC, Hurstgreen FC, Goosnargh Oliversons FC and Croston Sports Club.
Tom Donnelly has worked for aj wood for 12 years and played for his local football team, formerly Mill Hill FC (reserves). Playing in the Blackburn Sunday Combination the team were promoted into the premiere division in 2012. The team had to part from Mill Hill FC (firsts) and setup on their own to avoid confusion in the premiere division. aj wood helped fund a new strip and pitch fees, and Havelock FC was formed.
aj wood limited sponsors the local village primary school football club at Goosnargh Oliversons Primary School.
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Croston Sports Club (twitter @crostonsc) play in the West Lancashire league Division 2 (http://westlancashireleague.pitchero.com/) which is step 9 in the league football pyramid
Luke Blackledge is a super middle weight boxer from Accrington, Lancashire. Aged 24, Luke has won 18 professional fights, 6 by knock-out.
Blackburn’s boxing ace defeated Liam Cameron 18(6)-4-0 in front of a packed St. George’s Hall on Saturday night to lift the Commonwealth super-middleweight title on his second attempt.
The Clitheroe fighter impressed the crowds with his come-forward, aggressive style against the former ABA champion from Sheffield.
After failing at the first attempt against Rocky Fielding in 2013, Blackledge finally adds the Commonwealth belt to his increasing hoard which lists the WBC Silver International title as well as two Masters straps.
Full credit must go to Cameron for his efforts and especially so for the sporting gesture after the final bell, raising the victor’s hand to the ecstatic crowd.