Deli to open doors
A DELI hopes to taste success.
The final preparations are being made to the city’s newest food outlet, Gastro Deli, on Commonhall Street.
Proprietor Ann Blundell, of Upton, said: “I was recently made redundant so I thought now was the time to start the business I had always wanted to run.”
The deli opens on Thursday, August 13, selling made-to-order sandwiches, paninis, salads and fresh baked breads.
There will be a deli counter and speciality coffee and tea will be on sale.
The deli will also offer corporate catering for lunches and breakfast meetings.
DOG walkers in Kelsall have been warned to clean up after their pets after the village’s parish council reported a reoccurrence of the unsightly problem.
The Kelsall Green Recreation Committee reported to the council meeting that the problem was ongoing and that a change in legislation could be considered.
Clerk Natalie Read said: “Dog fouling is just not going away. Can we apply for a by-law? This is a recreation area not a dog fouling area. Could we restrict dog walkers to the footpath and lead?”
A new sign-posting initiative is being looked into by members of the committee.
Hunt for heroes
THE British Red Cross has launched a mission to find the North West’s young superheroes.
The charity’s annual Humanitarian Citizens’ Awards celebrate the valuable contribution young people make to the lives of others and the search is now on the find 2009’s most inspirational young heroes.
The competition is open to individuals or groups aged 25 and under who have made a positive impact on the lives of others or within their communities.
To make a nomination for the Humanitarian Citizen Awards, you can apply online at www.redcross.org.uk/theaward, email the British Red Cross Schools and Community Education Department at email@example.com or call for a nomination form on 020 7877 7246.