Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A queue of suitors are understood to be tracking Huddersfield Town striker Joe Lolley. After a weekend when chairman Dean Hoyle told fans that defender Anthony Gerrard could be set to leave the club — deadline is Monday night at 11pm, although the loan window opens a week later — Lolley increasingly looks to be getting frustrated at his lack of opportunity, even as a substitute. I understand that is highly unlikely because a number of Championship clubs are tracking the highly-rated attacker, who made a rapid rise through non-League football with Littleton and Kidderminster Harriers. That should be no surprise because Lolley has had precious little meaningful match action since Chris Powell took charge in September and his only goal came in the Capital One Cup at Chesterfield when Mark Lillis was caretaker boss. Other fringe players have also been shipped out like Jon Stead, Danny Ward, Adam Hammill loan , Lee Peltier and Martin Paterson, while only David Edgar has been signed on loan , so clubs are known to be sniffing round. Joe Lolley They could be set to test Town over Lolley, as they might think the club could be ready to cash in and cut losses by selling him — or even loaning him — as Powell remodels his squad and trims numbers. Aston Villa fan Lolley, meanwhile, might favour a return to his home area with Birmingham City, who had him on their books as a youngster.
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Jan 25, · If approved, Redditch Borough Council will be the first authority in the country to use a crematorium to heat a swimming pool.
Celebrant About Redditch Crematorium is situated on the northern half of the town, very close to the Bordesley Abbey site. It is ideally located with beautiful views over Arrow Valley Park and the surrounding Worcester countryside. The crematorium building has been skilfully designed to fit in with the natural setting and as many natural materials have been used as possible.
The spacious and airy chapel has been designed for simplicity and convenience. The chapel is suitable for all denominations and beliefs and the staff at the crematorium will try their best to accommodate all requests where possible. Seating is available for 80 mourners and there is additional standing room around the chapel for 80 people. For those with an even larger congregation, the lobby can also be used where the service is broadcast on screens.
The venue is fully accessible for the disabled and there is a hearing loop system available. If you would like any religious or access requirements prior to the service, this can be discussed with the crematorium staff.
Council to heat swimming pool with crematorium gases
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A PUBLIC panel has been called as part of discussions on improving cemeteries and other bereavement services in the Redditch area. Redditch Council is inviting residents to join a strong panel.
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A spokesman for the Conservative-run authority said: “Redditch Borough Council, with a commitment to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, is considering proposals to re-use energy at its crematorium.
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Long Reads Coffee, algae and exploding lakes: Body heat, heat from crematoriums and exploding lakes: Redditch Crematorium can reach temperatures as high as C, all of which was being lost to the atmosphere. But the project went ahead, making Worcester Council the first local authority in the country to use heat from a crematorium as a form of green energy in a scheme that subsequently won a Green Apple award for environmental innovation.
Feb 23, · Redditch Borough Council will be the first authority in the country to use a crematorium to heat a swimming pool. Work has already begun on the project, which is .
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Dating; Exchange and Mart; Worcester 11°c. November 9 at Redditch Crematorium. Harley said: “Around people was at the funeral. “The Crematorium usually only holds up to people in the main room. There was a lot of people stood up in there and some were watching the service from outside.
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Bodies will be stockpiled for cremation under new rules to cut costs and carbon emissions. Rather than being cremated straight after a funeral, corpses will be stored for days in coffins or body bags in local authority buildings so they can be incinerated in one go. Council bosses claim the decision to use cremators during one period rather than after every service will cut down on energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint. Redditch crematorium are already experimenting with the scheme of storing bodies before deciding whether to make it permanent Although each body will still be cremated separately, they said it must be possible to find other more sensitive ways to cut costs and save energy.
The policy will leave families having to return up to a week later to the crematorium to collect the ashes, causing unnecessary additional stress.
Redditch council in Worcestershire is in hot water over plans to use leftover heat from a crematorium to warm a swimming pool. Redditch council in Worcestershire is in hot water over plans to use.
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