Return of Pram Race raises very worthy funds
The Herald|January 04, 2022
THE Saltash Pram Race made its return on New Year’s Day with more inventive, amusing and crazy entrants than ever before.
CLARE AINSWORTH

The annual event organised by Saltash Rugby Club was unable to go ahead last year due to the Covid-19 lockdown.

But the fancy dress teams, who must use a pram or other wheeled ‘vehicle’ to race around the pubs of Saltash, collecting money for a local charity on their way, were back for 2022.

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the newspaper

MORE STORIES FROM THE HERALDView All

March marks 60th anniversary

UNCERTAIN FUTURE DOES NOT DIMINISH PRIDE AND ENTHUSIASM

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Interest in city centre property is increasing

PLYMOUTH city centre is set to benefit from new restaurants, flats and leisure businesses as property developers swoop to buy up huge blocks in Cornwall Street and Armada Way.

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Currency trader reveals extent of hostility

GURVIN SINGH SAYS HE HAD TO COPE WITH DEATH THREATS

3 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Hundreds protest at nuclear plans

HUNDREDS of protesters gathered in east Suffolk yesterday to oppose the building of the Sizewell C nuclear power station.

1 min read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

DOWNING DEPARTS

COACH IS LEAVING HOME PARK DUE TO FAMILY REASONS

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Doing my duty on the high seas

I'VE just done my first duty back on the high seas this summer as part of the crew for the Exmouth Harbour Master patrolling Exe estuary.

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

We'll host Eurovision says defiant Zelensky

Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine pose with their relatives and Eurovision trophy before leaving Universo Hotel in Turin yesterday

1 min read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Making sure Green voice is heard in city

CHADDLEWOOD'S GREEN PARTY COUNCILLOR STATES HIS AIMS

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Glenbourne unit ward is given new lease of life

UPGRADE PROVIDES BETTER FACILITIES FOR PATIENTS

2 mins read
The Herald
May 16, 2022

Sunken debris removed from Sound

THE massive amount of waste hauled out of Plymouth's waters in a clean-up effort has been revealed.

1 min read
The Herald
May 16, 2022
RELATED STORIES

JULIA'S ROM-COM DIS AIN'T PRETTY, WOMAN!

Roberts says good romantic comedy scripts “didn’t exist” in recent years

2 mins read
National Enquirer
May 09, 2022

FAST FOOD FILLED WITH RISKY CHEMICALS!

Shocking studies suggest dangerous chemicals linked to serious health problems are lurking in popular items from cheeseburgers to chicken nuggets and burritos and food wrappers!

1 min read
National Enquirer
May 02, 2022

128 Minutes With... Olúfemi Táíwò

The Georgetown philosopher's new book, Elite Capture, comes at a moment of change for identity politics.

5 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

THE MAD AXE OF KING GEORGE

Finding Fretless author Paul Brett reveals how his relentless sleuthing uncovered the mysterious history of a most unusual Beatles guitar: George Harrison’s “mad” Bartell fretless.

6 mins read
Guitar Player
June 2022

What Elon Wants...

The world's richest man spent $44 billion on Twitter but says he doesn't "care about the economics at all"

6 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
May 02, 2022

The FORCE Behind the FORCE

How George Lucas created Hollywood's most beloved franchise

5 mins read
Maxim
May - June 2022

To Your Health

Here's what's extra good for you in this issue.

1 min read
Food Network Magazine
March - April 2022

At Home With ... Richard Hirsch

Richard Hirsch, the CEO of Hirsch’s, is invigorated by the urban views of his small Johannesburg home from home, loves to cook in his “invisible kitchen” and occasionally just chills to the sounds of Adele on his green couch, writes Nia Magoulianiti-McGregor

3 mins read
SA Home Owner
May 2022

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS

Blessing Awodibu Is Out for REDEMPTION

10+ mins read
Muscular Development
May 2022

Social Study

In the Harlem townhouse they lovingly restored, an intellectual couple has created a dramatic environment for entertaining their friends and neighbors.

4 mins read
Elle Decor
May 2022