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By NRS, Nov 11 2015 04:12PM

Norward restaurant systems are supporting The Crown Pub Hawk Green Road,

Marple, Stockport,

We would like to wish them Good luck for the opening of your New Pub at 2 Hawk Green Road Marple, England

The Crown Marple
The Crown Marple

By NRS, Nov 11 2015 09:51AM

Norward restaurant systems- Were glad to support the fund raising night organised by The Yabba Dabba Doo Charity Event for Proton Beam Therapy to treat children with cancer .The Yabba Dabba Doo is a Charity Event held yearly in the UK. Their aim is to raise as much money as possible for their chosen Charities.This year it was held on 7th November the Guest enjoy musical fire works , D J and music from the Queen of Rhythm as they donate cash towards new Proton Beam Therapy to treat children with cancer •

Dabba Doo Charity Event
Dabba Doo Charity Event

By NRS, Oct 8 2015 09:42AM

It can cause throat pain and make it difficult to swallow. Mucus Membrane Injury

To the inside of the mouth, the throat and the oesophagus, the tube that leads to the stomach, are lined with mucus membrane, a type of tissue that can burn when exposed to acid. drinking apple cider every day, especially if you don't drink enough water ,it can disrupt or damage the oesophagus and other sections of the digestive system. According to the researchers of the University of Arkansas’s Department of Human Environmental Science, high level of citric acidic content in ACV can damage or corrode the oesophagus and stomach lining. Moreover, direct application of Apple Cider on skin can cause irritation, rashes and burning sensation

By NRS, Oct 7 2015 01:30PM

The tradition of bobbing for apples dates back to the Roman invasion of Britain, when the conquering army merged their own celebrations with traditional Celtic festivals.

Apple bobbing, also known as bobbing for apples, is a game often played on Halloween.

The game is played by filling a tub or a large basin with water and putting apples in the water. Because apples are less dense than water, they will float at the surface

Players (usually children) then try to catch an Apple with their teeth. Use of arms is not allowed, and often are tied behind the back to prevent cheating.Tie a piece of string onto the stem of an apple. Tie the string to a high place so that the apple is at the same height as your forehead. Give the apple room to swing back and forth. Standing several feet away and pull the apple towards you until it touches your forehead. Let go and it will swing away from you. Stand completely still and watch the apple as it then swings back towards to you. The apple will not hit you in the face, although it looks like it will. Some of the kinetic energy that causes the apple to move is now converted to potential energy due to gravity. This causes the apple to slow down as it continues to swing.

In Scotland, this may be called "dooking"[1] (i.e., ducking). In northern England, the game is often called apple ducking or duck-apple.

In Ireland, mainly County Kerry, it is known as "Snap Apple", and in Newfoundland and Labrador, "Snap Apple Night" is a synonym for Halloween.

Here is and idea for duck-apple night


By NRS, Sep 22 2015 08:57AM

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