Aberfield’s weekly news diary w/c 18th November
It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, the largest celebration of innovators and job creators who bring ideas to life. There’ll be a range of events taking place across the world from a Start-up Open to a DIY Entrepreneurship Challenge. It’s also Anti-Bullying Week where an Anti-Bullying Roadshow will tour the UK and abroad until 29th November to raise awareness.
Monday 18th – One Direction will be doing a special signing of their autobiography Where We Are at a WHSmith store in London. It’s a “secret” event so they are yet to announce the exact location of the store.
Tuesday 19th – First snow this winter is forecast, so expect those dreaded sensationalised stories of ‘the worst winter ever recorded’.
Wednesday 20th – Post office workers will strike again for half a day over jobs and pay.
Thursday 21st – Cyclist, Lance Armstrong will make a deposition in court over the bonuses he received whilst taking drugs within the sport and England will play the first test match in the Ashes. Can they keep the urn or will they be handing it over to Australia?
Friday 22nd – It’s the 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy’s assassination, with commemorative events taking place across the world, and retrospectives across the media.