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Could you be a budding news editor or do you have a natural talent for blogging?

The Village Arena website team is seeking people from the Church Minshull area to join them in keeping the website fresh, interesting and fun. You don't need to be a first-class writer as enthusiasm is more important, and team members are fully trained on how to add stories and images to the website. Regardless of whether you have just an hour to spare each month or can dedicate a number of hours, your involvement will be greatly appreciated.

Interested in finding out more? Please contact the team on editor@villagearena.org

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Arena Webteam: Mon 16 Jul 5:47pm

The British Geological Survey has been vested with the responsibility of delivering new research facilities that will provide the UK geoscience community with a 'Jodrell Bank for the underground'. Two sites are being put forward for the observatory: one in Ince Marshes in north Cheshire, the other in Glasgow. The observatories will consist of a number of boreholes that will allow...

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Arena Webteam: Sun 08 Jul 9:13am

During the June Café Church the congregation were asked to provide a list of their favourite hymns, which it is hoped will be included in future services. Two of these will be included in July's Service (11am on 8th July).Do you find the bible daunting , difficult to read, navigate and understand? You are not on your own! Then come to Cafe Church! At the July Cafe Church, we will be...

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Madai the Labrador: Sun 01 Jul 8:00am

Morning Minshull-ears, its time for another Labra-blog and let me be one of the first to welcome Harry to the village. Apparently he's arriving at the end of June — so that's in the future as I dictate this and in the past as you read it — and is long-haired, big on attitude, middle eared, furniture chewing, widdle-legged and so on. In other words he's a regular dog. Sounds like...