SEARCH BEGINS FOR THE UK’S GREATEST CAR LOVERS
search to find the UK’s greatest car lovers is being launched this
week by BP Ultimate, the UK’s leading range of advanced performance
fuels. And giving your pride and joy a weekly wash-and-vac just
won’t cut it!
The first ever national ‘Love Your Car Awards’ has been
created by BP Ultimate to reward dedicated drivers who display an
extraordinary amount of passion towards their vehicles. The
national winner will win a once in a lifetime motoring holiday to
one of the world’s most glamorous driving destinations. 11 regional
winners will be chosen and each awarded a day long Aston Martin
Said Allyson Hunter from BP Ultimate:- “Worshipping our cars
every Sunday morning is a great British tradition but we’re looking
for the people who have made ‘car love’ into an art form. We want to
find the motorists who love their cars as much or more than their
partners, pets and families – the drivers who literally treat their
cars with kid gloves." Continuing, Allyson Hunter said:-
“BP Ultimate has taken car care to new levels by actually
cleaning the engine as you drive, giving increased fuel economy,
improved performance and fewer emissions. If you look after your car
as carefully as BP Ultimate, we want to hear from you.”
Drivers can enter the competition through the BP Ultimate website.
Entrants have 150 words to express how and why they show their
vehicle some good loving. Perhaps you kiss your Clio goodnight,
spend more time with your Punto than your partner or fritter a
fortune on luxury valet services. Maybe you choose to sleep in your
regularly buffed beamer instead of your bed! Whatever your affection
for your cherished chariot, BP Ultimate wants to know about it.
How to enter:-
Entrants can log onto
and click on the ‘Love Your Car’ link to complete
an application form. Deadline for entries is Friday 25 September
2006 and it’s essential that entrants submit a picture of the
nomination and his / her car.
Making sure your car is as clean on the inside as it is on the
outside leads to many benefits. BP Ultimate actually cleans your
engine while you drive by removing the harmful engine deposits
ordinary fuels leave behind. This means fewer emissions, more power
and an improved fuel economy of up to 28 more miles per tank. So if
you haven’t already, and you really love your car – fill up with BP
Ultimate unleaded or diesel.
UNLUCKY IN LOVE?
SINGLE AND LOOKING FOR LOVE BUT CAN’T GET IT RIGHT?
KNOW SOMEONE WHO FITS THIS BILL?
Are you always going on dates but never getting any further than the
first because you always find something wrong?
Is this because you
are too stuck in your ways or have too many opinions on the opposite
If your opinions and ideas are stopping you, or someone you know,
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Little snappers invited to enter PDSA photo competition!
Protectors, are invited to enter their favourite animal photos into
the Pet Protector Photograph of the Year competition.
Categories are wildlife, pets and you, and your pet. There are 2 age
groups for each category, 10 and under and 11 and over. Those with
an eye for a good picture must send their photos to PDSA before
Friday, 1 September.
Vicki Craighill, PDSA Pet Protectors Organiser, says:- “We are
looking for unusual or interesting photos of animals. If you think
your pet has star quality, why not see if you can capture it on
camera? With the summer holidays coming up, there is plenty of time
to practice and ‘purrfect’ your skills!”
Pet Protectors is the PDSA’s club for young animal lovers. If you
know a child who would love to become a PDSA Pet Protector, visit
www.pdsa.org.uk/youngpdsa or call freephone
0800 019 9144 to enrol. The £7 annual membership fee helps pets in
need of vets and members receive bi monthly copies of ‘Animal
Antics’ a magazine packed full of fun competitions, features and
things to do.
Further information about the club is available from Vicki Craighill,
PDSA Pet Protectors, PDSA, Whitechapel Way, Priorslee, Telford,
Shropshire TF2 9PQ, telephone freephone 0800 019 9144 or email
ROBBERY- PORTLAND STREET, SOUTHPORT
Merseyside Police have
released an e-fit of a man they want to talk to in connection with a
robbery in Southport.
At about 12.45am on Thursday 13 July 2006 a 32 year old local woman was
walking along Portland Street in Southport when she was approached
from behind by a man. The man, who had come from the direction of
Lord Street, attempted to pull the lady's bag from her shoulder.
The offender was unable to grab the bag so placed his hand inside
the bag and removed a purse containing cash and credit cards. He
then ran off along Part Street towards Duke Street.
The offender is described as being white, 5'10" in height, of thin
build, with short brown hair, a stubbly moustache and dirty in
appearance. He was wearing a navy blue shell suit possibly with
white stripes and white training shoes. He spoke with what appeared
to be a Southport accent.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crimestoppers on 0800