Diwali is a joyous celebration of the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. Celebrations have already begun and continue into November.
Unwanted pallets from our factory have been recycled by local charity Sailship, creating picket fencing, bug hotels and kindling. Read about the story of a piece of waste ground has been turned into a haven for growing vegetables and providing opportunities for young adults with learning disabilities.
This Sunday 11th November, in cities, towns and villages, bells will once again ring for peace, beginning with a slow toll in memory of those who died, and then ringing the changes to produce the joyful peal that is such a distinctively British sound.
Loving all things printed means that considering sponsoring newspapers for a whole year for our local hospice did not require a second thought. 365 days of newspapers.
As the Days of Awe draw to a close and new resolutions begin, we take a look at the significance of Yom Kippur, Jewish New Year and how we celebrate the birthday of the human race.