Local Manchester news, United Kingdom
In Britain, the corona virus has caused a deficiency of pets
Britain has faced an acute deficiency of domestic animals due to the virus. Lonely British who found themselves in isolation lined up to get pets.
According to breeders, need for animals has raised to 140 percent in April. At the same time, one can not even hope to get the long-awaited friend so quick - waiting lists usually consist of 100 to 400 people who want them too.
In turn, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Violence against Animals recorded an increase in the amount of visits to their shelters by 600 percent. It clears that especially quarantined Britons are interested in cocker poodles (cockapu), French bulldogs and other dog breeds, which are relatively easy to care for.
Residents of Britain reported about huge black cats who attack sheep
Photographs of a large black cat hiding in the bushes were published by residents of the village of Tedburn St. Mary. In addition, traces of paws were observed, presumably belonging to the same predator, next to the remains of a deer. The forest near the village is now rarely visited by residents due to the regime of self-isolation and this, as local residents suggest, could give courage to large predators.
Dr. Terry Moore, a specialist in large predators of the feline family, said that reports of large cats, presumably cougars and panthers, had been received several times before from Hertfordshire, a four-hour drive from Devon.
Among locals there is an opinion that the huge cats, which they call "Beasts of Bodmin" and "Beasts of Dartmoor", have been living in the swamps of Devon and Cornwall for more than a decade. In July 2019, the owner of the zoo in Dartmoor said that he personally observed three cougars freely walking in the wild, which should have been transferred to the zoo at least three decades ago.
It is believed that panther and cougar could be let out by circus artist Mary Chipperfield after the closure of her zoo in Plymouth in 1978. Since 2000, more than 200 reports of large cats walking through swamps have been recorded in Devon and Cornwall.
There is a new painting in the English infirmary, it is dedicated to doctors
A new painting by the famous street artist Banksy with gratitude to doctors appeared in an English infirmary in Southampton.
A monochrome picture of 1 square meter was hung in the lobby of the infirmary near the emergency room.
It portrays a boy playing with a nurse-superhero at the trash can, in which there are also Batman and Spiderman.
Banksy left a fraze: "Thanks for everything you do. I hope this will brighten up this place, even though it is black and white."
Lots of facial masks were stolen and they supposed to go to the NHS and front-line workers.
On Wednesday the £166,000 worth of protective equipment was taken by three thieves . They broke a warehouse. It happened in Salford.
One of policemen who is from the Greater Manchester Police, told in a very emotional way that it was an terrible crime. And he doesn’t see any humanity in it.
Those masks supposed to be supplied to care homes, in West Yorkshire.
A big quantity of high-quality respirators were moved from the warehouse overnight.
Those thieves spent there nearly 2 hours first they cut a hole in the warehouse steel shutters because they didn’t want to hear trigger alarms by lifting up the door.
After that they removed 320 boxes, of the facial masks. A lot of money were spent on those equipment.
Some medical equipment, including cheaper quality masks, which were there as well, were left untouched. This crime weird and there is no humanity in those thieves.
It all started with me (an 11 year old boy at the time) went to high school I was in year 7 at the time so I didn’t think much about getting in trouble until.. I got called to the year office my heart sank into my stomach and become really hot, the teacher said I wasn’t in trouble she just wanted to have a chat that’s when I knew I was in trouble. She screamed at telling me why I was on my phone at lunch time but I was only listening to music through my earphones I have her my phone and she yelled and me for no reason as the walked me to isolation and said my hair was “too short” but I had it the same length since I started(baring in mind it was near the end of the year) I told my mum and she was angry not only because I missed out on my education but more because my hair doesn’t effect my education, I came back the next day they called me to the year office AGAIN I was thinking “what now” they said my hair looked better and it was longer then yesterday but I didn’t even do anything to it I was so mad a said it to them but they put me in isolation AGAIN! I’m moving schools now I’m in year 8 now and I hate it there to say ofsted rated it “outstanding” it’s the worst school I’ve ever been too wright Robinson college is NOT the recommendation for your child
John Berry has claimed the indemnification for a pushchair which was damaged during transportation.
The man traveled to Manchester with his family and rented a buggy for transportation. However, he received his pushchair broken into two pieces.
He reported the damage at the airport and asked the manufacturer to send the report for the repair and its cost.
John stated that he has not even received the refund of £60 what he paid for the buggy.
Ryanair responded to the case and declared that the company has already replied to the complaint. The customer needed to send the report of damage and repair cost from the manufacturer. However, no documentation has been received by Ryanair yet.