HANSSEN HEADING BACK TO HOLBY

HANSSEN HEADING BACK TO HOLBY

HANSSEN HEADING BACK TO HOLBY

Fan favourites Guy Henry, James Anderson and Kaye Wragg will make a dramatic return to BBC One’s popular medical drama in the New Year.

Guy Henry will resurrect the role of highly intellectual and enigmatic, Swedish-born Henrik Hanssen – former CEO and director of surgery at Holby City. Viewers last saw Hanssen choose family over medicine when he returned to Sweden to spend time with his son and grandson.

However, Hanssen’s desire to bring his surgical brilliance back to Holby has got the better of him and Guy Henry explains how much he missed playing his character: “I’m so pleased to be reunited with Mr. Hanssen, he’s such a weird and wonderful character to play – I’ve missed him! And the cast and crew at Holby are such fun to work with – I’ve missed them too. We don’t know what dark acts may have befallen Henrik during his time away in Sweden but I do believe that, when he looms down the corridors of Holby once more, his wit and his scalpel will be as incisive as ever! Can’t wait – see you on the ice!”

Kaye Wragg rejoins the cast as Estelle ‘Essie’ Harrison. Essie returns from her trip to Germany and becomes a full-time nurse on Keller ward, resuming not only her nursing duties but also her turbulent romance with Sacha Levy.

Kaye, who was last seen in Holby in September 2014, is delighted to be joining the show on a more permanent basis. Kaye Wragg said: “Essie is a such a layered character that I can’t wait to see how things unfold once I return. She’s a fantastic nurse with a big heart, but a broken life that leaves her unsure of who she is and where she’s going. I adore working with Bob Barrett and am very excited to work alongside his big hearted Sacha again, ups and downs regardless.

“As for joining the Holby family , I’m very lucky to be a part of a talented team of cast and crew, and am delighted to be given the opportunity to nurture Essie and open the character into a new chapter of her life.”

In addition James Anderson rejoins the cast as troubled and sensitive surgeon Oliver Valentine. Before leaving Holby, Oliver’s professionalism was called into question as he struggled to come to terms with the death of his wife, fellow doctor, Tara Lo. Seeing the hospital as a constant reminder of Tara, Oliver left in order to find himself and restore his love for medicine.

On returning to the role of Oliver Valentine, James Anderson said: “I’m so thrilled to be given the opportunity to bring Ollie back to Holby. There are lots of surprises in store, but one thing I can say: he’s older now – wiser, even – and I can’t wait to get stuck into playing this altogether more grown up Valentine to the one I left behind. Step up Oliver 2.0! Holby is a wonderful, nurturing family to return to, and I’m hugely excited.”

Oliver Kent, Executive Producer Holby City and Casualty, said: “This news is sure to excite Holby fans old and new and we’re delighted to welcome back characters that are so loved by our viewers. The arrival of Henrik Hanssen and Oliver Valentine will cause waves from the boardroom to the operating theatres where new friendships will be tested as old alliances are reformed. Also with Essie’s return we’ll find out if Sacha finally gets his happily ever after!”

Guy, James and Kaye will begin filming in the New Year and fans will see them on-screen from early spring 2015.

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A REMOTE LIFE SAVER

Drone Ambulance

A Belgian engineering student has presented his design at the University of Delft in the Netherlands this week, which could revolutionise the first response live-saving emergency process.
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TELFORD dot PROPERTIES JOINS ZOOPLA FOR SMARTER PROPERTY SEARCH

Telford.Properties join Zoopla.co.uk for smarter property search

Telford.Properties join Zoopla.co.uk for smarter property search

Telford.Properties are pleased to announce that they have joined Zoopla for smarter property search throughout the Telford, Shropshire, area.

Telford.Properties offers a service in Telford, Shropshire, which helps put together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in the Telford area. They are independent Estate Agents and Property Management Specialists who specialise in areas such as Admaston, Allscott, Apley, Aqueduct, Aqueduct Village, Arleston, Bretton, Bretton Park, Brookside, buildwas, Coalbrookdale, Dawley, Dawley Bank, Donnington, Doseley, Great Hay, Hadley, Hadley Park, High Ercall, Hollingswood, Holmer Lake, Horsehay, Ironbridge, Jackfield, Ketley, Ketley Bank, Lawley Bank, Lawley Village, Leegomery, Lightmoor, Lightmoor Village, Little Wenlock, Long Lane, Longdon-Upon-Tern, Madeley, Malinslee, Muxton, Newdale, Oakengates, Overdale, Priorslee, Randlay, Red Lake, Roden, Rowton, Shawbirch, St Georges, Stirchley, Sutton Hill, The Humbers, The Rock, Trench, Wellington, Wombridge, Woodside, Wrockwardine, or Wrockwardine Wood.

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BENEFITS OF SELLING PROPERTY IN TELFORD WITH TELFORD.PROPERTIES

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TRUCKERS PLAN 72 HOUR STRIKE

TRUCKERS PLAN 72 HOUR STRIKE

The Spanish road hauliers association has announced a second strike, which will commence on the 17th of November, and last for at least 72 hours, unless the Spanish government return the money raised through the additional tax on fuel known as the &ld…

COST OF BRITISH DRIVING LICENCE SLASHED

Cost cuts The new fees showed here are for motorists applying for driving licences online

Cost cuts The new fees showed here are for motorists applying for driving licences online

Following a public consultation which closed a little over 2 months ago the British Government has announced that the cost of obtaining a driving licence will be cut from the end of October with prices slashed by up to 32% as new drivers see cost of a provisional licence drop by 32% from £50 to £34.

There will be a similar reduction for online renewals with motorists paying £14 instead of £20 to renew their licences online every 10 years

Transport Minister Claire Perry said: “Thanks to DVLA making large scale savings to their running costs, we have been able to cut the cost of the driving licence which will save drivers and businesses £150 million over the next 10 years.”

Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander also said that the move was part of “giving savings back to the taxpayer”.

As well as the cut in the cost of driving licences, the fee for driver tachograph cards, which record information about driving time, speed and distance and are used by businesses to monitor how far their staff drive, will fall from £38 to £32.

Ministers say new drivers will save £82.2million over the next decade, with businesses and motorists expected to save in total £150million between now and 2024.

The drop in driving licence costs comes as car insurance went up for the first time in more than two years in the last quarter, according to the latest AA index.

The average cost for an annual comprehensive motor insurance policy rose by £6 to £531 in the last quarter.

The motoring organisation found efforts to clamp down on fraudulent claims have not delivered the savings that insurers had anticipated.

The DVLA processes one million ‘first licence’ applications every year, with more than 77 per cent of these applications made by 17 to 24 year olds.

Transport Minister Claire Perry said: ‘The cost of driving, especially for young drivers, can be significant and we are committed to cutting costs where we can.

‘Thanks to DVLA making large-scale savings to their running costs, we have been able to cut the cost of the driving licence which will save drivers and businesses £150million over the next 10 years.’

Cost cuts: The new fees showed here are for motorists applying for driving licences online

Some 2.1million photocard licences are renewed every year, meaning motorists already on the road would save £61.3million collectively over a decade.

Businesses make another 85,500 renewals a year and will save £2.44million over 10 years, while cost cuts to tachographs will save businesses another £3.58million over the decade.

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander said: ‘Giving savings back to the taxpayer is a key element in this government’s drive for a stronger economy and a fairer society. That’s why we’re slashing the cost of getting a driving licence and giving it straight back to young people and businesses, saving £150 million over 10 years.’

Other cuts being considered include vehicle first registrations and duplicate registration certificates.

Professor Stephen Glaister, director of the RAC Foundation, said: ‘The Department for Transport’s own surveys show the three things that do most to put young people off driving are cost, cost and cost: of learning, of insurance and of buying a car.

‘Incomes for teenagers have been under downward pressure at the same time as motoring costs have generally been rising. This move is welcome.’

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LIONS BOWL THEM OVER

The photograph shows lane winners and overall winner Andy Colquhoun along with event organiser Tom Antrobus and Lion President Iain Bennett.

The photograph shows lane winners and overall winner Andy Colquhoun along with event organiser Tom Antrobus and Lion President Iain Bennett.

Being a member of a Lions Club means many things to many people, there are over 1.3 million members throughout the world.

Being a member of the Torrevieja Costa Lions Club means committing a few hours each month to work in the interest of those in our community who are less fortunate than ourselves. It also brings a great sense of satisfaction to be part of an organisation that does actually “make a difference” to peoples’ lives.

Your local Lions Club will celebrate their 10th Charter Anniversary early next year bringing the opportunity to celebrate the huge difference that the Club has made to many people both individually and to groups and organisations. There are many organisations in the area who have benefitted from a “kick start” from the Lions when they were first starting out and in due course representatives of these organisations will all be invited to celebrate with the Lions at the 10th Charter Night Dinner and Dance.

Whilst being a Lion has its serious side there is also a very enjoyable social side to being a Lion and this week the Lions gathered at Quesada Bowling for an evening of bowling which turned out quite competitive but essentially good fun for all concerned. Strangely Andy Colquhoun, the overall winner is not a Lion member but a friend of the Lion President who immediately claimed him as ‘His Champion” giving him a gladitorial thumbs up, in the style of Caesar.

The photograph shows lane winners and overall winner Andy Colquhoun along with event organiser Tom Antrobus and Lion President Iain Bennett.

If you would like to become a member of Lions Clubs International and more specifically Torrevieja Costa Lions Club you can contact the Membership Director Phil on philip.buckman@btinternet.com or Lion President Iain on idsbennett@hotmail.co.uk Telephone 966 731 495. For more information on your local Lions Club go to www.torreviejacostalions.org

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