Campaign launched to find Knockholt goat a companion for Valentine’s Day

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Campaign launched to find Knockholt goat a companion for Valentine’s Day

Brian the goat from Knockholt is looking for a companion

A lonely goat from Knockholt is looking for a mate.
 
Brian, as he is affectionately known, belongs to Paul and Carol Cooling who are trying to find him a friend.
 
The couple said he “loves company” and are looking for a male or female goat to spend time with him.
 

 

The only way is Essex for Havering councillor

“Overcrowding” and “TB issues” are among the reasons one senior councillor is urging Havering not to work with other London boroughs.
 
Cllr Jeff Tucker said they had “nothing to offer” ahead of an upcoming meeting between leaders of 10 north and east authorities.
 
The meeting was set up to discuss joint working on economic development and transport.
 

 

Animal rights campaigners support AFC Wimbledon’s return to Plough Lane

Animal rights campaigners have come out in support of plans for AFC Wimbledon to return to the borough with a new stadium.
If Merton Council grant planning permission, the greyhound stadium could be demolished to make way for the stadium, which could seat up to 11,000 people.
Around 15,000 supports of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) put their signatures on a petition supporting the move.

 

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