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Slam Dunk Festival Reveals This Year’s Stage Splits

Slam Dunk Festival Reveals This Year’s Stage Splits

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With a lineup bursting with the very best names in alternative music, Slam Dunk Festival is thrilled to reveal stage splits for the May bank holiday weekender, which is set to touch down in Leeds Temple Newsam Park for the very first time and return to Hatfield Park after the success of last year’s greenfield event. In addition to this, Slam Dunk Festival have also revealed travel information and further afterparty details. In another Slam Dunk first, it has been announced that some stages will alternate their programming, becoming clash-proof. This year, neither the Jagermeister Stage or Impericon stage will clash, making sure fans of hardcore and metalcore will be able to catch both stage lineups throughout the day. In addition, The Dickies Stage and The Marshall Stage will not cl
Cricket World Cup 2019: What you need to know for the Summer?

Cricket World Cup 2019: What you need to know for the Summer?

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With the Oval set to kick-off the Cricket World Cup in just under six months’ time The Voice of London looks at all you need to know about the competition and you can get to watch it. The Format At lot has changed in Cricket over the past four years with England rising from seventh in the rankings to first, and the competition too has taken a major change in its format. For this edition there will be only ten teams participating instead of the usual 14. Each team will play each other in a round robin group stage, this was normally split into two groups. The top four teams after each team has played nine games will progress to the semi-finals as per any other tournament. https://twitter.com/Mridul_Parajuli/status/976992929922322434   The change to ten has been divisiv
Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

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The large mural has attracted much attention by those Croydon’s' residents or those travelling in and out of Croydon. But what is it all about? The mural of Joshua Buatsi on Holmesdale road is a beacon of hope to those living in the area. Buatsi was born in Ghana before his family moved to the UK and resided in Croydon. He learnt how to fight in the South Norwood and Victory gym. The painting has relevance to the announcement of The Nike Training Camp Croydon which launches in January 2019. https://twitter.com/boxingbuatsi/status/1067480301050519552 The painting states ‘The gym doesn't tell you to get work in before school, you do’ this optimises motivation and strife which in a town affected by the knife crime epidemic. The painting can be viewed from the estates op
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