Baylis Media Ltd
Saturday 31 January 2015 10:35 PM

A young ambassador for the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET) has spoken about his experiences at a commemorative service held in Westminster's Central Hall.

Nick Chevis, head boy at The Windsor Boys' School, was one of 70 young people invited to the service on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Guests and speakers at the event included


12:30 Sat 31 Jan 2015
Datchet Primary Academy Young bookworms at a Datchet primary school have a new library to enjoy. The library at Datchet St Mary's Church of England Primary Academy in The Green has been completely refurbished and includes a new
Comment(s): 0
09:13 Wed 28 Jan 2015
Petition An online petition urging the Royal Borough to block plans for a new betting shop in Dedworth is gathering signatures. Residents are voicing their concerns as councillors prepare to meet on Monday to decide whether
Comment(s): 0
09:35 Mon 26 Jan 2015
Eddie Redmayne in The Theory of Everything British actor Eddie Redmayne added yet another award to his collection last night to pull ahead in the race for the best actor Oscar at this year's Academy Awards. The former Eton College student took
Comment(s): 0
08:55 Tue 27 Jan 2015
Auschwitz A free app has been launched by an educational charity to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust. Called 70 Voices: Victims, Perpetrators and Bystanders, it accompanies a website and podcast and
Comment(s): 0
17:35 Mon 26 Jan 2015
police-cordon A call for residents to be vigilant after a series of burglaries in Sunningdale has been made by police. Just before 6pm on Tuesday, burglars triggered an alarm after getting into a property in London
13:30 Fri 16 Jan 2015
Graham Sinclair A former Wraysbury flood warden and parish councillor has described people still living in mobile homes a year on from the floods as an 'appalling situation'. Graham Sinclair worked closely with flood warden Dave Francis
Comment(s): 0