July 26, 2016

KGV hosts annual Oscar ceremony

To celebrate the innovation and hard work of the Colleges Film and Media Studies departments, King George V College hosted their annual Oscar ceremony.

In a busy theatre, decorated extravagantly by the students, students from both Film Studies and Media Studies were awarded for their efforts throughout the year with certificates and Oscar statuettes.

Mark Hughes, Course Leader for Film Studies and Media Studies, said: Its a wonderful way to celebrate the students achievements throughout the year.

Film and Media students at KGV do a great deal of work in terms of their coursework productions, and it is fitting to have an event that recognises that effort, as well as the high standard of work that is produced.

The evening also featured the screening of two student films, Life During Death by AS Level students Jay McAdam and Nina Taylor, and Infinity by A Level students Andy Green, Josh Langan and Rob Anderson.

Andy Green, an A Level Film student and winner of the Best Director Oscar, said: Im thrilled to win this award! It was a great end to the year, and so nice that my work has been recognised!

For more information on our Film and Media courses, visit KGVs website at www.kgv.ac.uk

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July 26, 2016

Pre-Season Fixture On Tuesday

Blackpool face Tranmere Rovers in their penultimate game of pre-season tomorrow night.

The Seasiders head to Prenton Park looking to step up their preparations for the new campaign once again, having recorded strong results in four previous run outs.

Manager Gary Bowyer is expected to name a similar side to the one that drew with Blackburn Rovers on the weekend, with a few players still missing due to injury.

Admission to the fixture, which kicks-off at 7.45pm, is priced as follows:

- 10 for Adults
- 7 for Over-65s and 18-22-year-olds
- 5 for Under-18s
- 2 for Under-14s

Supporters are asked to note that payment will be cash only on the turnstiles.

Read more at http://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/next-up-tranmere-rovers-3204485.aspx#2duWL7Fg136JYoFg.99

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July 26, 2016

Anti Social Behaviour Operation – The Quays, Burscough.

Following complaints from local residents, Police have increased patrols and their visability around Spar, The Quays and Tesco in Burscough.

Lancashire Constabulary have said they won't tolerate drunken or nuisance behaviour from a small minority that affects the majority of law abiding members of the public.

If you are suffering ASB, contact us on Tel. 101, 01695 566444 or on 999 if a crime is in progress.

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