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Welcome Readers, Welcome to the March edition Middleton Life and as I write there is no sign of the dreaded snow, which I hate.. I don’t know whether any of you are like me and requiring repairs because of the really strong winds we’ve been getting but they have to be done. At least we are not as bad off as those poor people suffering from the flooding. Keep sending the feedback and check out the website where you can also view previous editions of Middleton Life and our other magazines. See you next month Best Wishes Trevor

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1. “Here’s looking at you, kid” is a famous line from which 1942 film? 2. In which country is the ‘Nurburgring’ Grand Prix Circuit? 3. What type of food is a Chanterelle? 4. Which of the Teletubbies was green? 5. What colours are on the flag of Poland? 6. What was the name of the first dog in space? 7. A cheque book and pen was the consolation prize in what classic game show? 8. Huckleberry Finn is the sidekick of which fictional character?

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What’s On Aquacise Every Monday 3pm - 4pm An enjoyable water based work out to music. Excellent workout in the surroundings of the Wellbeing Centre Chadderton Wellbeing Centre (Price £4.30) 0161 621 3220 (Paul Crossley)

Tea Dance Every Monday (1pm - 4pm) Heywood Civic Centre, Church Street (Price £1.95 - £2.25) 01706 368 130

Acting and Devising Every Tuesday 4.30pm - 6.30pm Participants on this course will be encouraged to explore different themes using a wide variety of media and performance techniques and to devise a new and engaging piece of theatre. Oldham Theatre Workshop, Old Museum, Greaves Street Ages 8 - 12yrs (£26 - £49 per term) 0161 770 3240 (Gaye Lewis)

Knitty Gritty Last Tuesday of the month (2pm - 3.30pm) Monthly knitting circle. Feel free to bring along your own knitting projects, share ideas or start something new. Younger knitters are welcome in school holidays. Touchstones, Rochdale (FREE) No need to book

Arts & Crafts Every Wednesday (4pm - 6pm) Take part in arts and crafts activities at this friendly group for young people with additional needs and looked after children. Union Street Community Centre Ages 7 - 11yrs (FREE) 0161 770 3118 (Bernadette)

Thai Chi Every Friday 10am - 12pm Heywood Civic Centre, Church Street (Price £2.10) 01706 368 130

Entertaining Mr Sloane 1st - 5th April (7.30pm + wed/sat matinees)

Kath and her elderly father, Kemp, live in a house on the outskirts of a rubbish dump. Their drab existence is interrupted by the arrival of a new lodger, the enigmatic Mr Sloane. Provocative and sexually ambiguous, Sloane soon has both Kath and her brother Ed competing for his favours. But all is not as it seems. Behind Sloane’s nonchalant demeanour lies a calculating psychopath with a dark and secretive past. Seduction, blackmail and murder lie waiting in the wings. Oldham Coliseum Theatre (Tickets £5 - £18.50) 0161 624 2829

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Patchwork Quilting & Craft Fair

11th - 15th March (7.30pm + sat matinee)

29th March (10am - 3pm) Lots of traders, quilt exhibition, tombola and refreshments. Queen Elizabeth Hall, West Street, Oldham (Admission £2.50) 0161 633 5900 (Phil)

Presented by Heywood Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society. An alien plant brings fame, fortune and love to unlucky Seymour Krelbourn. The only problem is that the plant feeds on human blood. In return for the continuing good luck that the plant bring; Seymour agrees to feed the plant with the human bodies. Heywood Civic Centre, Church Street (Tickets £10 - £13) 0300 303 8399

Big Screen Live Football 12th + 19th March (7pm) Live coverage of the UEFA Champions League on a new HD cinema quality screen. Licenced bar. Barcelona v Man City on 12th & Man Utd v Olympiacos on 19th March. Middleton Arena, Corporation Street (FREE)

Sport Relief Mile 23rd March (1pm - 3pm) Broadfield Park, Rochdale 01706 926 205 (Elaine Stott)

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Flea Market 30th March (9.30am - 4pm) Come and grab a bargain or sell unwanted items. Stall hire only £10, stall owners arrive 8am - 9am. Limited charity stalls available. Middleton Arena, Corporation Street (Admission 80p - £1) 0161 662 4000

Live American Wrestling 5th April (7.30pm) Cheer the goodies and boo the baddies and meet the superstars. Middleton Arena, Corporation Street (Tickets £10 - £12) 0844 855 4020

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Editorial -treated timber, nails and screws can quickly rust. Manufacturers recommend using stainless steel People who want a beautiful home but want to fasteners, joist hangers and other connectors. create a healthy living space that doesn't damage the environment have many more Indoors, there are many environmentally-sound choices these days. Due to environmental and choices, including true linoleum, cork, bamboo, consumer demand, there is a growing number of sustainably harvested hardwood and carpeting made of plant fibres or wool. Standard flooring greener home improvement products available. companies offer some of these products. Many of These products may take some searching for and these choices are more durable than standard will probably be a little more expensive, but they flooring. They are also very stylish, especially provide cleaner and greener options when bamboo flooring. Bamboo is a fast-growing grass, building garden decking, remodelling a kitchen, making it a super sustainable flooring choice. repainting a room or tackling other DIY projects. Cork flooring is made from waste left after wine If you are building a garden deck, a fence or any corks are punched out of bark slabs. The trees other wood project, you can use timber from are not damaged, so cork qualifies as a truly sustainable sources. This gives you peace of mind sustainable product. Cork floors are soft and that your purchase is helping to protect wildlife warm underfoot, yet so durable that the flooring can last many decades. instead of destroying habitats.

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Fencing or deck projects often put wood in contact with soil or concrete. To avoid rot or insect attack, many people buy pressure-treated timber that has been injected with the deadly poison arsenic, and chromium, a heavy metal. Widespread use of this timber is creating difficult and hazardous disposal problems for the future. But there is an alternative. Ask for pressuretreated timber with a copper formula known as ACQ (ammoniacal copper quartenary). It's free of arsenic and chromium, yet just as effective in keeping away rot and insects. The initial cost is only slightly higher, with much greater benefits in the future. This wood, however, does require some extra care during construction. Because the formula is richer in copper than ordinary pressure

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Many home improvement projects are finished with a fresh coat of paint or varnish, and there are choices to be made here as well. Although water-based, low VOC (volatile organic compounds) coatings are easily available, it pays to look beyond these words on a label. VOC cause health problems when inhaled in sufficient quantities, therefore choosing a low VOClabelled paint means that the VOCs won't pollute the environment. They may still be quite toxic, however. Some low VOC paints still contain high amounts of ammonia, which is hazardous. To find a paint that's low-VOC and low-toxic, ask in store to view for the Manufacturers' Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), which must disclose all hazardous ingredients.

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Classic Fish Pie This classic fish pie is easy to make and can be frozen in batches for easy after-work suppers. Any white fish can be used for this recipe, but cod or hoki works best. Make sure you dry the fish well before cooking to stop the sauce becoming watery. Serves 4.

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Interview with Will.i.am The man with the most outlandish collection of sunglasses and spectacles in the world is back on our screens, helping to cast judgment over more hopeful singers. As BBC One's The Voice UK heats up, we speak to expert coach and international superstar will.i.am about what it takes to succeed on the talent show. How does it feel to be back for a third series?

It feels pretty cool. The singers are great. Were you disappointed last year that Leah What advice have you been giving your contestants on your team? didn't win?

Yes, but it didn't really matter if you have someone who is championing you. Let's take One Direction. It's a different show but somebody championed them. Somebody fought for them. We adopted Leah and we put her in our system. She is bringing out singles soon and she has been on tour with me.

I tell them: "if you have a job at Tesco and you are singing a constant gig every Friday at a pub, would you be happy?" And if they say no, I tell them they don't love music. This is because if you have a constant gig every Friday and you are good, it will turn into every day. Every day will turn into 50, 500, 5000 and then 50,000 people. You will grow.

So have you found some special people this Do you miss Danny and Jessie J? Yes, I miss them but I talk to Danny a lot. We year?

There are some people on my team, and some people on other teams that I would like to kidnap! It was tough deciding who stays and who goes. It was kind of hard saying goodbye.

still work together. He and I produced Now That I Found You with David Guetta for Britney. We still write together. I didn't call him for Gaga but, if say I am working for someone like Britney, I will give him a call.

Do the contestants have more of a game plan What are Kylie and Ricky like as coaches? this year?

No, there are a lot of 'green' people.

Kylie is amazing. Ricky is cool.

How much do you want to win?

So you were impressed, then, by them?

It would be cool, but I also want to teach them Kylie is a great coach, not just for the girls but something. I would rather have someone I can also for all the dudes who want to be a pop star. It's something we didn't have in the first adopt. two seasons.

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We didn't have someone who has the stripes and badges for "I know how to get to pop status and keep pop status". And so Kylie is definitely the queen of that. Ricky is for all the rebels in the audience who want to know how to start from nothing and build something on their own.

Has there been a lot of banter between you all?

No, there hasn't been as much because it has been warmer. It has been more caring. The first two seasons, we cared about the contestants, but it was different. This time, Kylie is like a mediator. She is too snuggable. I want to cuddle her. I can't go tit for tat with her. I am And Tom is back again‌ more likely to say: "let me just give you the Tom is a legend. He is there for what it takes singer then." I am not going to fight for it, as I to be a legend. There are a lot of people who just want to snuggle with her! have been around for a long time who aren't legends. He is.

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Planes, trains or automobiles? Package holidays should be the most straightforward and enjoyable experiences in the world. Pretty much everything is done for you, so it's hard to admit that things can still get a little stressful. Before you even leave home for your holiday, there's all the preparation to do. There's the packing for starters, the travel insurance to buy, passports to find, homes to secure and if you have pets you have to find someone to take care of them. It's not easy. But once you're on the way to your retreat in the sun, the tension starts to ease, doesn't it?

Travelling by plane is not the only option when going on holiday

Well, no, according to recent research. The methods of transport you use to reach your holiday destination can have a huge impact holiday journey as easy as possible. on your stress levels and, be honest, who wants to start their summer holidays in a bad Four female travel agents and their families used digital blood pressure monitors to record mood? their pulse rates in a diary every 30 minutes When booking your package holiday, it's while travelling to Disneyland Resort Paris worth doing a little research into the methods from the UK. of transport that will ferry you and your family to your destination - it may just save you a few As stress can be tricky to define and measure and can vary greatly from person to person, arguments. digital blood pressure monitors were used to Leger Holidays, in conjunction with travel record pulse rates. It's known that pulse rates trade publication TTG, used digital monitors to rise when we exercise, but importantly they test passengers travelling on four modes of also rise when we are stressed or anxious. transport to find out which offered the most The results of the experiment make interesting and least stress-free travel. reading. While travelling by train would seem Participants in the experiment were faced with a pretty straightforward way of reaching a four modes of transport - air, coach, rail and destination, the experiment found that the self-drive. Leger wanted to find out the Eurostar passenger was the most stressed out. travelling stress trigger points in holidays with Her readings showed a greater consistency of the objective of ironing them out to make the increasing pulse rate readings as her journey

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from the UK to France progressed.

perhaps finding travel documents and waiting for the coach to arrive - but once on-board Second to bottom was - yes, you've guessed it the traveller became consistently more - air travel. That's no great shock for the many relaxed." of us who have spent hours queuing up to check in our bags or waiting for what seems He continues: "For the self-drive participant, like an eternity in a departure lounge. the most stressful points were packing the car and adjusting the headlight reflectors in The self-drive passenger was runner-up, but France - simple advance advice about coaching came top as the least stressful mode preparation might be all that's needed here. of transport. Maybe it's time we started to rethink our attitudes to coach holidays as "For the Eurostar participant, the pulse seemed being just for the elderly and realised its to rise during the queue to get on to the train benefits for all. and then during the mid-part of the journey itself. Perhaps going through the tunnel was an Huw Williams, marketing director at Leger anxious moment for this particular agent. Holidays, says of the findings: "A holiday should be an enjoyable experience from the "The air passenger's pulse rate rose during a moment you leave home to arriving back, and flight delay and again transferring to the hotel of course everything in between. shuttle bus. Unfortunately delays can affect all kinds of transport, but perhaps there is "Part of our plan in starting this experiment something we can look into for transfers." was to isolate some of the trigger points which cause stress and then try to eliminate them An interesting experiment indeed, but what from our passengers' journeys. effect could this have on our holidays? Lucy Huxley, editor of TTG, says: "This was a fun "We appreciate that to make this absolutely and innovative way to look into how different scientific we need to add in more factors, such modes of transport can affect our holiday as testing a much larger sample size over experience. more holiday experiences. However, what this does for us is provide a good indication of "Anything that we can do as an industry to some of the more general factors. make holidays more enjoyable and relaxed is to be applauded and it was great to have "For example, the results indicate that for the 1travel industry professionals involved in this." participant travelling by coach the most stressful point was just prior to the journey -

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Index Aerials Middleton Aerials...................................................35 Bathrooms Complete En-Suites...............................................26 Plumbline 24....................................................................20 Blinds Retail & Cleaning Archer Blinds...................................................................44 Sonic Kleen........................................................................40 Building & Developments A King Roofing & Building.........................25 Collin Gibbins................................................................17 Mark Hyde Builders.................................................8 Carpet/Furniture Cleaning Mr Hygenic.......................................................................25 Carpet Retail & Fitting Carpet Market............................................................13 Central Heating Kwik Plumb..........................................................................36 Vanguard...............................................................................23 Children’s Play Centre Running Wild....................................................................16 Chiropodists Beverley Calvert......................................................26 Cleaners Alpin Cleaning Services...............................20 Clothing Alteration/Repairs Stitch & Sew.....................................................................35 Conservatory Roofs Your Choice...................................................................4+5 Decorators Paul Topps .........................................................................20 Dog Walking JD Walkies..........................................................................27 Electricians DMS Electrical.................................................................9 Wrights Electrical.....................................................34

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Estate Agents Aubrey Lee & Co.........................................................2 Finance Darren Weatherby...............................................32 Fireplaces Hotprice...................................................................................33 Function Rooms Middleton Cricket Club...............................43 North Manchester Golf Club.............21 Gardeners Growing Gardens.................................................19 MRS Gardening........................................................23 Gates & Ironmongery Colbax Fabrications............................................19 Glass Specialists Cloudy 2 Clear...........................................................15 Middleton Glass.......................................................19 Golf Clubs North Manchester Golf Club.............21 Hair & Beauty Love 2 Dye.........................................................................37 Handyman Sonic Kleen.........................................................................32 Health & Fitness TNB Fitness & Dance........................................32 Kitchens Eurostyle.......................................................................................1 Laminate Flooring Carpet Market............................................................13 Leather Cleaners Mr Hygenic.......................................................................25 Out of School Club Running Wild....................................................................16 Photographers Pixel Photography...................................................28

Plasterers C Collins.................................................................................17 Plumbing A&J Burns...................................................................................3 Kwik Plumb..........................................................................36 Plumbline 24....................................................................20 Vanguard...............................................................................23 Podiatrists Cosworth Podiatry.................................................17 Pubs & Restaurants Lancashire Fold............................................................22 Roofing A King Roofing & Building.........................25 P Duckworth Roofing.........................................41 Security Services Advantage Alarms.................................................41 Prolect........................................................................................27 Solicitors Sedgwick Legal...........................................................12 Temperley Taylor.....................................................39 UPVC Cleaning Bright White......................................................................27 Windows Crown Windows............................................................9 Vista................................................................................................11 Your Choice...................................................................4+5

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