[Isle of Wight County Press] - Isle of Wight Council leader Cllr David Pugh said the authority would be looking for innovative designs and the new bridge would hopefully reflect the council's existing Ecoisland agenda. He hoped an Island firm would win the contract to design and
[Stage] - In the words of Dafydd Rogers and David Pugh who nominated him, “not a day goes by” when producers from across Theatreland do not consult Shaw. “We simply don't move without him,” they said. In their nomination, they added: “At a time when the function
[Isle of Wight County Press] - As the council looks to set its budget, council leader Cllr David Pugh has pledged to focus on the economy and use around £ from this yearís estimated underspend of £1.8million to invest in youth-focused schemes.
[Portishead People] - David Pugh, who is organising several events with the dogs to raise money for Tol's Appeal, said: "He is such a lovely little boy and is having to go through a lot with two years of treatment ahead of him. Our motivation is to give children like Tol
[Ventnor Blog (blog)] - IW Council leader Cllr David Pugh, said: “The latest indication we have from the Government is that this money will be made available to local authorities which maintain a weekly collection for what has been described by Government as 'smelly waste'.
[Bexhill Observer] - Both goals came in the final 20 minutes and Westfield striker David Pugh had a penalty saved in between them. Full reports on all four matches will appear in Friday's Observers. Hastings United Media Night , Team Picture in new kit and Head shots
[Ventnor Blog (blog)] - Councillor David Pugh, leader of the Isle of Wight Council, said: “Due to the huge financial pressures put upon the council last year, we had to make some difficult decisions. Although we are in a better financial position as we look to the next year
[Rye and Battle Today] - Little Common opened up a two-goal lead lead in the first 24 minutes away to Westfield, but the hosts pulled one back through David Pugh just before the break and levelled through an Andy Hales beauty in the 55th minute. Full reports on each of these
[Bexhill Observer] - Sam Willett, Andy Hales and David Pugh scored the goals. Full reports on each of these matches will appear in Friday's Observers. Sidley United defenders Dan Cruikshank and Chris Rea thwart Rye United midfielder Matt Maclean.