Filming ~ More Photographs
Photographs by Ian Fairbrother
few more photographs taken on the set of
the "Captain America" that is well on its way to
become a 'Hollywood' block buster...
Coleen Nolan at Liverpool One
ONE of the
nation's best-loved personalities Coleen Nolan was at Debenhams,
Liverpool 1 on Thursday, 23 September 2010. If you do not know who
she is, Coleen has a string of credits that goes from pop-star to TV
presenter and even best-selling author to her name. She was
photographed by Ian Fairbrother at the store signing copies of the
Parks Hamper Catolouges as she is the new face for 2011. If you are
a massive fan of Coleen you should check out
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Calling on Merseyside’s future scientists
scientists are invited to enter this year’s ‘Why I want to be
a Scientist’ essay competition.
The North West
Schools Science Competition showcases tomorrow’s top scientists and
is open to pupils in Years 7 and 8.
To enter the competition imaginative
students simply write an essay of up to 500 words outlining why they
want to be scientists when they grow up.
Shortlisted entries will be invited to the Competition Final where
they will present their ideas to a panel of experts from scientific,
business and educational backgrounds.
The winning entry will receive an iPod Touch and £250 for their
school to spend on science equipment. The winner’s class will also
receive free entry to the exciting Flash Bang – What a Reaction!
event at the Catalyst Science Discovery Centre in Widnes, Cheshire,
in March 2011.
The competition was created by the North West Business Leadership
Team (NWBLT) in conjunction with the Catalyst Science Discovery
Centre, to encourage more young people in the region to consider
science as a career.
Geoffrey Piper, chief executive of the NWBLT, said:- “Last
year’s Inaugural North West Schools Science Competition was a
fantastic event and we would like to see even more young scientists
enter this year. Young people are vital to the future prosperity of
the North West, particularly in industries relating to science and
innovation, which is why it is vital we capture and celebrate
pupils’ passion for these subjects.”
The closing date for entries is Tuesday, 2 November 2010.
The ‘Competition Final’ will be held at the Catalyst
Science Discovery Centre in Widnes, Cheshire, from 4pm to 6pm on
Wednesday, 1 December 2010.
The event is being supported by Chemicals Northwest, Business in the
Community, the Museum of Science and Industry and Active Profile.