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As part of a three year research project, Investigating Cultures of Learning in Higher Education, contradictions around the place and nature of silence in pedagogic spaces have emerged in looking at how different ‘academic tribes’ value the use of silence in learning, and how the ambiguities are experienced in different cultures of learning. Typically, silence has been considered negatively in terms of learning. On a macro level, Freire (1972) has been critical of what he called cultures of silence . He maintained that there are, both in education and its wider context, ‘cultures of silence’, and his pedagogy sought to find ways of breaking that silence, and giving voice to the marginalised. This has been an influential idea, and learning has been attributed a role in giving voice to marginalised and oppressed groups. However, this raises a paradox insofar as it confirms the negativity of a culture of silence. In some circumstances, the use of silence is in itself an exercise of power, and this is applicable to the classroom as well as to the wider community.

In formal learning situations, it is not uncommon for silence to be assumed as being conducive to learning. Until recently, libraries have always been associated with silence. Formal examinations still are, as it is assumed that silence is necessary to enable those doing the examination to concentrate. In schooling, silence is more often associated with classroom discipline. In one culture of learning, silence may be made meaningful by being recognised as integral to the learning process. But in other cultures of learning, there is a persistent attempt to break or disturb the silences. Silence is something other than a void or an empty space, and ‘it is often troubling when students speak, but disturbing when they do not’ (Boler, 2004). We cannot assume that talk in learning settings is necessarily evidence of engagement in learning. Nor does silence connote that learning is not taking place. Yet there is an assumption in active theories of learning that students should not remain silent. This paper explores the ambiguities from the perspective of the idea that learners need to be included not marginalized through silence.

Emergent from the ESRC TLRP Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education project is the idea of junior researchers ‘working underground , and among their working practices is the need to recognize that they are confronted with different ‘types of silence’. Whilst not directly targeted at silence in the learning process, the relevance of their experience of researching learning cultures, is that they are sharing the same pedagogic spaces as learners, and if there are different types of silence observable in the research context, so might it be possible to identify distinct types of silence that takes us beyond silence being merely a void or absence, but a cultural practice? Following Becher’s (1989) conception of subject disciplines as the basis of distinctive academic tribes with their own pedagogic spaces (territories), is the use and value of silence in learning distinctively different across those spaces and locations? If identification with a subject disciplinarity is about learning cultural values and practices, how do learners assimilate, or how do cultures of learning accommodate to the change? And is the practice of silence significant in these transitions between cultures of learning?

Elsewhere I have discussed the methodological issues of observing silence (Armstrong, 2007) and pointed to some of the difficulties of both recognizing silence, observing and then attempting to measure it. That paper argues for the value of investigating the semiotics of silence, as this enables the research to get to the core of the different ways silence is socially and culturally constructed. The range of meanings interestingly tend to be polarized between those expressed as having negative connotations in terms of learning, and those that are positive indeed, it would appear that silence is actively constructed because it is believed to facilitate learning. There is very little evidence of a middle position, though there are those that argue that the connotations of silence vary according to context. Invariably, it seems, that those who generally identify with the positive connotations of silence recognize that there are circumstances where silence may be indicative of resistance to learning, or indeed, confusion or lack of clarity about what is being learned. Equally, those that typically think that silence indicates an absence of learning do understand there are situations where silence can be indicative that learning is being consolidated, often through a process of reflection.

Case studies on silence in the classroom

In order to illuminate the salience of silence, I will present here two case studies reconstructed from my research, one teacher broadly recognising silence as integral to learning, the other who is disturbed by silence as an absence of learning.

I have two main modes of delivery. Primarily, in teaching first years I lecture to a large group of students, and then I have much smaller tutorial groups of five or six. I am conscious of not beginning my lectures until there is silence. At the beginning of the session I always remind the students to turn off their mobile phones, along with the other rules of the lecture room including no eating food. In my lecture I build in reflective moments, to encourage the students to think about what I have been saying, and to ensure they have understood what I have been saying. Last year, I was observed teaching by a peer, and she asked me afterwards what these moments of silence were for, and why I didn t invite them to ask questions. I have to say I hadn t really thought about it until then, but found that I could justify my approach. On the next occasion, on the advice of my colleague, I invited them to talk to each other, and I found it very difficult to get them to be quiet again. I think I was worried that they were not talking about what they were supposed to. I walked up and down the aisles, patrolling, and heard the occasional philosophical idea or name being used, but I wasn t convinced, and went back to asking for them to quietly reflect on what I had been talking about. Tutorials? Well, isn t this a problem for all lecturers, getting their students to talk? When I first came to the university, I had to do this programme for new teachers, and it seemed that everyone had the same problem, except perhaps at postgrad level how to get the students to speak for ten to fifteen minutes on the subject. They all get a turn to talk. Does this make them more participative? No, probably not. This makes me very conscious about the vacuum of silence. It has always been a concern of mine as a teacher, and I remember as a student being disconcerted by it. It is one reason why I like teaching adult learners rather than the undergraduates because there rarely is a period of silence. Yet, I am still aware that I fear silence. Am I making a noise simply to fill the silence. When they are working individually in the class, sometimes the silence gets unbearable and I just have this urge to speak, even if it is to say Just another two minutes , to bring it to an end. A tutor can perceive silence in different ways. When students appear to be thinking and then writing, or thinking and then begin discussing in their groups, I felt more relaxed, as if the silence has served its purpose and stimulated activity. It is, I think, vital to be able to read the class and this must involve an acute interpretation of body language. The tutor has to assess on the hoof if class members are disengaged. Of course the signs could be misread, for they might simply have completed their reading or writing task and simply be reflecting on what they have read or written. But unless I ask them, I don t know. Perhaps I need to be more relaxed about silence. He berated them for not working. Perhaps he should have thought that silence is part of the process.

I have chosen these two case studies because even though silence would appear to be either positive or negative, in reality the salience of silence is more complex and dependent upon context. There is an assumption in the first case that lectures are the place where the teacher talks, the students listen and take notes and the classroom is set out to facilitate teacher control over that situation, and it would appear the place of learning has a set of cultural assumptions about what is normally expected of the lecturer and the students. The philosophy lecturer recognized that the tutorials he taught were different and had a different set of expectations shared by the lecturer and students. However, apart from an input by students at the beginning of the tutorial did not seem to make very much difference to their participation. Whether or not the input was intended to stimulate the students learning, it was a stimulus to the lecturer to pick up their ideas to in effect lecture to a group of six students for the rest of the tutorial. In looking at the observation recordings I documented, and checking back with the recordings of the class, almost every question the lecturer asked was either rhetorical, or almost immediately answered by the lecturer himself.

By contrast, the communications studies lecturer, with a degree in film studies, was highly aware of silence as a form of communication. He suggested that there were probably different kinds of silence, and each had a different relationship to the communication process. He recognised that silence can be used to make a point. Jaworski and Sachdev (1998) would support this view. They state there are different ways of defining silence and these are dependent on the theoretical frames of reference being used, as well as methodologies being employed to study it. They call on the work of Blimes (1994) to distinguish between absolute silence (the complete absence of sound) and notable silence (the relevant absence of a particular kind of sound), of which conversational silence is a particular version of relevance to what goes on in the classroom. Sobkowiak (1997) identifies communicative silence . This is as intentional as any speech action, as silence is a form of communication, a means of facilitating or exchanging ideational meanings through the deliberate use of the pause, or slowing down the tempo. At an earlier SCUTREA conference, I presented a paper on teaching as stand up comedy (Armstrong 2003). The issue of timing in delivery was seen as vital in both the performative skills of the lecturer and the comedian. But also in both timing, the pause , was normative. There are moments when silence is the norm, a shared expectation, not least immediately after a lecturer asks a question. It is interesting to note,
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Are there cultures of silence?

Because my research is ongoing, it may be too early to confirm that there are such things as different cultures of learning within which the shared norms and expectations around the value of silence for learning are salient characteristics. However, in reviewing the literature, it would appear that this space is worth pursuing in the research. Ennigner (1991), for example, provides a detailed analysis of silence across cultures, using semiotics to look at what silence signifies, and what are its signifiers. My research is most interested in how different disciplinary or subject areas have their own sets of shared cultural norms and expectations, of which silence is one. So far my research is suggesting, it is as much to do with communities in context with the shared expectations associated with teaching space and mode of delivery (broadly, the lecture in the lecture room versus other more participative methods and active learning).

Within education, similar analyses have focused on cultural differences between eastern and southern educational experiences. Nakane (2002, 2006), for example, examined the silence of Japanese students in Australian university classrooms. Through interviews it appears that the silences observed were not merely due to difficulties of adapting to Australian norms of classroom interaction and the idea of turn taking, but directed by an ethical position of showing respect and politeness. Zhou et al (2005), studying Chinese students in Canadian universities, argued that the supposed passivity and reticence of East Asian learners was a myth; instead the research focused on that strategic value of silence in avoiding awkwardness associated with disagreement, and maintaining harmonious relationships: Educated through Confucian pedagogies, Chinese students preferred didactic and teacher centred style of teaching and would show great respect for the wisdom and knowledge of their teachers (Zhou et al, 2005, 288). Sifianou (1997) has investigated the complex nature of silence and its inherent ambiguity , from which a similar focus on the strategic value of politeness emerged, confirming the views of Brown and Levinson (1987) that silence is the ultimate expression of politeness . Sifianou argues that looking at silence cross culturally it is essential to understand the predominant cultural values toward silence itself, and its cultural construction.

It is not merely a question of cultural difference and diversity, but an understanding of the classroom processes and interactions that contribute to the active construction of the meanings of silence in its classroom context. Plank (1994) for example in studying the education of Native American children was interested in how teachers made sense of the Navajo use of silence in communication, and talked about the teachers discomfort. This seems to be a common theme in research on silence in the classroom. Boler s (2004) edited collection is organized around the notion of silence as disturbing . In reviewing Bosacki s (2005) The Culture of Classroom Silence, Shiza (2005) talks about silence as frustrating and disconcerting , and the students withdrawal, fear of engaging in dialogue or reluctance to contribute to discussion and enquiry . Copenhaver (2000, 8) similarly talks about the discomfort that fosters silence . In short, silence is seen as a problem, as a barrier to participation and thereby learning. This assumption is the starting point of Gimenez s (1989, 184) concern that she fails to conquer the silent classroom and students apparent unwillingness to engage in critical thinking. In a rejoinder, Wright (1989, 194) agrees with Gimenez s analysis of the problem of silence in the classroom , but is a good deal more sanguine about the possibilities for change . Wright contends that the various structures which contribute to silence in the classroom are reproduced largely through everyday interaction within the classroom (p.194). He still sees silence as a problem he does not show an appreciation of alternative cultural meanings of silence as constructed through the classroom processes of interaction.

As a teacher of adults, silence in the classroom is rarely a problem , although I am not sure that I could argue as strongly as Caranfa (2004) that silence is the foundation of learning. I do agree with him that the relationship between silence and learning needs more critical research. Whilst there is an abundance of empirical data , they are permeated by a deep underlying flaw: they exclude silence dialogical pedagogies on which they are based (Caranfa, 2004, 211). In a more recent publication, Caranfa points to the neglect of both feelings and silence in the reflective or critical thinking process and talks about the value of a pedagogy of an aesthetic of silence (Caranfa, 2006, 86).

The political culture of silence: building communities of participation

What is beginning to emerge from the review of the literature and early research findings is that the salience of silence is very dependent on underpinning cultural beliefs in the classroom. The cultural differences around interpretations of silence as politeness and respect towards the teacher can have the effect of, intentionally or not, silencing and thereby marginalising the students, in the way that Freire recognised as negative in cultures of silence. In the introduction to her edited book, Achino Loeb (2006) argues that silence can be power. Do students have a right not to talk? Petress (2001) recognises a range of reasons why students choose not to talk from low self esteem, fear of being ridiculed, fear of success, avoidance of conflict, through to the kind of cultural differences I have just outlined. Interestingly, his argument rests on the need to construct classes as communities in which participants are communicative through a dialogic perspective. Petress believes that dialogue can only happen when all communicative participants are allowed to, and encouraged to, actively participate by speaking and listening to others, in sharing ideas with each other. He adds that they do not necessarily have to participate equally, but they must have equal opportunities to participate, and to achieve this it is necessary for them to feel they are valued members of the class as community. Dialogue can only be authentic is there is inclusion, and there can only be inclusion through confirmation ( acknowledging, accepting and valuing the other ) within a spirit of mutuality and in a supportive environment.

But there is also an argument for the intentional use of silence as a political act. Knight (2002 03) describes how he has developed a pedagogy of silence for teaching about homophobia, through silent discussion . The whole of a one hour class is undertaken non verbally, the whole class is silenced. A sheet is handed out at the start of the class to explain the purpose:

The Day of Silence is to draw attention to those who have been silenced by hatred, oppression, and prejudice. Think about the voices you are not hearing. What can you do to end the silence?

Knight recorded the events and at their next class he encouraged the students to reflect on the experience. Not surprisingly, knowing that no speaking was allowed made communication difficult and uncomfortable for both the tutor and the students. The experience apparently provoked students emotions and stimulated new thoughts , as they empathized with those whose voices were not heard, and sensitivity to the usual processes of communication was heightened, and understanding was enhanced. As the Sufi poet, Rumi (1994) has written, Now let silence speak .

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Online and email comments can be submitted through Sunday, March 5, and people can both comment electronically and attend meetings in person if they wish.

During the next year, the recently formed deer management plan advisory committee will review technical information and public input collected through this and other processes. The committee will make recommendations to the DNR for the deer plan, which is expected to be finished by the spring of 2018. and are scheduled in:

Thief River Falls, Tuesday, Jan. 31, Ralph Engelstad Arena, 525 Brooks Ave.

Alexandria, Thursday, Feb. 2, Broadway Ballroom, 115 30th Ave. E.

Andover, Thursday, Feb. 9, Bunker Hills Activities Center, 550 Bunker Lake Blvd. NW.

Bemidji, Wednesday, Feb. 1, Hampton Inn, 1019 Paul Bunyan Drive SE.

Brainerd, Tuesday, Feb. 21, Central Lakes College cafeteria, 501 W. College Drive.

Cambridge, Thursday, Feb. 16, Cambridge High School, 430 8th Ave. NW.

Duluth, Wednesday, Feb. 22, Room W2630 at Lake Superior College, 2101 Trinity Road.

Mankato, Thursday, March 2, County Inn Suites, 1900 Premier Drive.

Montevideo, Monday, Feb. Minnesota Army National Guard, 711 S. 17th St.

Mountain Iron, Thursday, Feb. 23, Iroquois Room at Mountain Iron Community Center, 8586 Enterprise Drive S.

Rochester, Monday, Feb. 6, Century High School, 2525 Viola Road NE.

Windom, Tuesday, Feb. 28, Windom Community Center, 1750 Cottonwood Lake Drive.

The DNR strives to maintain a healthy wild deer population that offers recreational and economic opportunities, while addressing conflicts between deer, people and other natural resources. Habitat management, hunting, research and monitoring are several primary tools used to manage the Minnesota deer population. More information on deer management is on the DNR website on the deer management page.
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Durbridge back in training after nationals crashJust over a week after suffering a concussion and a broken collarbone, Luke Durbridge has returned to training. The Mitchelton Scott rider has not been able to go out on the road but he been on the home trainer.

Durbridge posted a photo of himself training with the help of some nifty DIY, on Twitter on Monday.

Durbridge crashed heavily while navigating a bend during the men road race at the Australian national championships. He slid across the tarmac and came to a stop in a gutter at the side of the road, breaking his right collarbone and sustaining a concussion. His teammate Alex Edmondson would go on to win the race.

Durbridge has been ruled out of the remainder of the Australian summer but it appears that he is determined to get back to full fitness for the spring Classics. The team will be keen to have him back as soon as possible, particularly after new signing, and fellow Classics rider, Matteo Trentin fractured his rib in a training crash.

The Belgian, who grew up in Brussels, previously worked with ASO on a number of projects including the Tours of Qatar and Oman. However, he fell out with the organisation at the end of last year for a reason that has not been disclosed publicly. In November, Merckx told Het Laaste Nieuws that he would not be in Oman this year and would not make an appearance in Brussels next year, but he has walked back on that second statement.

Merckx told Le Soir that he chose to appear at the Tour, “Out of respect for the City of Brussels and, at ASO, for Christian Prudhomme, with whom I have always had a friendly relationship. The rest will be settled in private but I cannot exclude myself from an event that is partly dedicated to me, while the Tour will also celebrate the centenary of the first yellow jersey. year Tour de France will start in the Vend region on July 7, a week later than usual due to the World Cup.
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Negaunee’s Trent Bell goes high for a layup over Manton’s Wyatt Baker during their Class C quarterfinal game played at Petoskey High School on March 21. The Miners just missed out on a chance at playing in the MHSAAsemifinals, which will flip flop dates with girls basketball next season. (James Gensterblum photo)

Boys basketball season to start immediately after Thanksgiving weekend in 2018 19, girls season to start a week later, a switch from the usual girls starting first

This may affect schools with football teams that advance far in the MHSAAplayoffs, as it did to Ishpeming for several years earlier this decade, when the start of Hematites boys basketball season was postponed after runs to the state football championship game

This was brought about because of the unavailability of Michigan State University Breslin Center for traditional boys finals dates in 2018 19; girls not affected due to a move to a new venue

LANSING A subtle but potentially significant change in high school basketball schedules will take place next school year, according to a news release from the MHSAA.

For the 2018 19 year only, the boys and girls seasons will switch their staggered schedules.

Since the girls season moved to the winter a decade ago, the entire girls season runs a week earlier than the boys in all facets, from opening practices to first dates of games to postseason tournaments that end in the state championship weekend.

But because of scheduling issues at the boys finals venue,
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they will flip flop for the 2018 19 season.

Michigan State University Breslin Center won be available during the traditional boys championship weekend so that the MSU women basketball program would be able to host the opening two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.

The MHSAA cites the Breslin Center as the only available arena in Michigan large enough to host the crowds for the boys semifinals and finals.

Because the Breslin is available a week earlier, the MHSAA Representative Council voted on Dec. 1 to move the boys finals to that weekend. That also moves up the rest of the season schedule for boys basketball.

The girls semifinals and finals are moving this March to Van Noord Arena at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, and won be affected by the issues at MSU.

The council voted to go with the earlier boys finals, which moves the start of the season to the Monday after Thanksgiving. For 2018 19, the girls season will start one week later than the boys, also moving district tournaments a week later than the boys.

The move could potentially cause problems for boys basketball teams at schools whose football teams go far into the playoffs, not giving them much of a turnaround time.

In seasons that Ishpeming went to the state football finals in the past several years, the Hematites postponed most or all of their December boys basketball schedules.

The Representative Council was also told that the scheduling issues at Michigan State won affect the 2019 20 season, so they move back to their traditional dates then.

it is not our preference to change schedules of events that continue to run smoothly, switching girls and boys schedules in this way allows us to keep the current tournament format and traditions that help make these two of our most popular finals every school year, MHSAA Executive Director John E. Roberts said in a news release. will keep the boys at the venue most capable of hosting them and the girls at a venue we excited to move to this season. the meantime,
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CHATHAM, Ont. The war over a $6 million lottery ticket sold in Ontario has torn apart a couple that should instead be sharing experiences they “could only dream of doing. the pained perspective of Denise Robertson, 46, who has gone to court in an attempt win what she believes is her share of the massive jackpot her longtime live in boyfriend, Maurice Thibeault, won Sept. 20 before moving out without telling her about it.

am greatly saddened and disappointed by what has happened here, Robertson said in a statement issued Thursday by the Windsor law firm representing her, Colautti Landry.

could have been a very happy and exciting time for us as a couple to do things we could only dream of doing. court injunction successfully sought by Robertson lawyers has frozen the payout while officials with Ontario lottery regulator, the OLG, review the matter. Thibeault, who quit his job at a local granite company after buying the winning ticket, couldn be reached for comment.

The conflict an echo of the legendary 2004 case of Woodstock area lottery winner Ray Sobeski is over a Lotto 6/49 ticket, one of two winners in a $12 million jackpot. The other winner was sold in Quebec.

In the brewing court battle, Robertson details in legal filings a dramatic step by step account of what she calls the attempts by Thibeault to keep the lotto win a secret and leave her out of it. Here are excerpts from her affidavit, the contents of which have not been tested in court:

She says the couple often buys lottery tickets and agreed that we had a winning ticket, the proceeds would be ours, as a couple. heard on local radio that one of the two winning tickets in the $12 million Sept. 20 lottery was sold in Chatham. Thibeault made it clear to her and friends that their ticket didn win.

He left for work at a London job site on Sept. 25. He was unresponsive over text all day and she was to return home and see he moved out his clothes, his toiletries and most of his other personal items and his Canadian passport. friend of Robertson passed along rumours that Thibeault had won the lottery. This was confirmed by Thibeault boss, who shared a text in which Thibeault said and I are no longer together and that,
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due to another life changing event, will not be coming back to work. Included in the text was a photo of the winning ticket.

In the affidavit urging the court injunction, she expressed fear that with the money, Thibeault could the country and access I have to my portion of these funds will be lost. Bitonti, a spokesperson for OLG, confirmed a court injunction has been slapped on the ticket, freezing the payout. The so called review process is done to the OLG pays the right prize to the right person/people every time, he said.

the prize is eventually paid out, OLG will issue a winner news release along with a photo, as we do with all our big lottery winners. now and then, however, people in this city halfway between Windsor and London are already taking sides as the sordid details of the jackpot fallout become public.

think he owes her $3 million, Dakota Hodgson of Chatham said. life changing money. Clair Culliford called the situation and wouldn fault Robertson for taking action.

he should give her some, he said. should avoid the court action. the 2004 Sobeski case, the Oxford County man held onto his $30 million winning ticket for nearly a year long enough to file for divorce from his wife, Nynna Ionson.

Five years later, Sobeski and Ionson legal fight ended with the two settling privately.

While Robertson fights for what she believes is her share of the $6 million Chatham windfall, her affidavit also hints at the personal pain of being left behind by the man she lived with for more than two years.

we dreamed about winning the lotto, Robertson said. both love muscle cars,
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DETROIT (WNEM) “We wanted to link her passion of makeup to McKenna. Put it together and one day McKenna was like, ‘that’s it. McKenna’s Squad Beauty Bar,'” said Melissa Schummer, McKenna’s mom.Melissa said it will be a team effort to get the beauty bar up and running.”We are collecting any type of makeup for girls, as well as anything for boys, gift cards, monetary donations,
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” Melissa said.To help her toward her goal, Identity Salon located at 5454 E. Grand Blanc Road, in Grand Blanc hosted a fundraiser on Feb. 2.The business will accept donations, makeup, and gift cards to help McKenna stock up her beauty bar.You can also drop off donations at Grand Blanc schools or straight to the Detroit Children’s Hospital.Meanwhile, McKenna has some words of encouragement for kids who may be facing the same struggles as her.”Stay strong and you eventually get through it. And hopefully this will help them get through it,” she said.A Bay City restaurant was temporarily closed after a car crashed into the building on Thursday.More >Robert DeLand (Source: Saginaw County Jail)The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw has clarified previous statements regarding Father Robert (Bob) DeLand.
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His mother Becci OMara said: We had an amazing evening raising money in memory of James. It was fantastic to see so many people there and wonderful that friends and family travelled from Cornwall, Ireland and North Wales to support the event.

Jamess little brother Charlie, did a brilliant job calling out the numbers for the raffle even though he was embarrassed to stand up on the stage he said he would do so for James.

We miss James so much but are so proud that he was loved by so many people and that they are willing to give to the charities we are supporting in memory of James.

His nan June OMara said: I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who contributed to making Jamess Forever On Tour gig such a special event.

Thank you for everyone that came to the gig and my gorgeous girls who kept strong for each other, but a special thanks to Charlie who helped out with the raffle hes my star.

The Fingers, Vintage Inc and Colin Jackson Brown who all performed amazingly and put on a great show, The Marrs Bar for hosting the event, Tony Mc Donnell for taking all the photos, everyone who donated prizes for the raffle.

My good friend Dickie Beard came up with the idea so well done for thinking about the idea in the first place, and Bernie McInerney for organising all the tickets.

During his time in hospital, he used 89 units of blood products and as a result his family are urging people to donate blood, platelets and plasma to help other people as well as making a legacy for James.

Following his death,
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in September, a blood drive was organised to try and replace the blood to help others, but not only did the event meet its target but smashed it, with 135 people signing up to donate.

In July, a charity cricket match, organised by James rugby coach Jon Grimshaw, was held at Ombersley Cricket Club, in Old Main Road, Ombersley, near Droitwich, raking in more than 4,
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