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Our family run team at Abbey Driveways & Patios Ltd has over 15 years of experience in the paving industry. We have extensive experience in the design and build of driveways, block paving, patios, landscaping and maintenance services such as restoration, pressure washing and re-sealing. No job is too large or too small, we welcome all types of enquiries from customers in Hitchin, Letchworth Garden City, Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City and all surrounding areas. Why Choose Abbey Driveways & Patios Ltd - All our work is also fully guaranteed. Abbey Driveways & Patios Ltd is a name you can trust and we are committed to providing the best for our customers, so you can expect to receive a top quality, reliable and professional service. A new driveway or patio will not only create a new look for your home but also add to its value.

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Coronavirus: New York State accounts for 5% of global cases Confirmed coronavirus cases in New York State have risen by nearly a third in one day to more than 15,700, as authorities warn of widespread medical supply shortages. New York governor Andrew Cuomo revealed the new statistics on Sunday, suggesting cases in the state now account for about 5% of confirmed COVID-19 cases globally. There have been 117 recorded deaths in the state due to coronavirus - and the state is one of several to have ordered residents to stay indoors.

bbc A ban on outdoor grassroots sport is set to be lifted in England when the national lockdown ends. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make a statement to the House of Commons on Monday unveiling plans for Covid-19 restrictions from 2 December, which MPs will vote on later in the week. While parts of the tier system will be toughened, it is expected that outdoor grassroots sport will be allowed across all tiers. Kim Kardashian West joins Facebook and Instagram boycott Image copyright Reuters Kim Kardashian West and dozens of other celebrities have announced they will freeze their social media accounts to protest against the spread of "hate, propaganda and misinformation". "Misinformation shared on social media has a serious impact," Kardashian West wrote in a statement on Tuesday. The move is part of the #StopHateforProfit campaign which was organised by civil rights activists. The celebrities will freeze their accounts for 24 hours on Wednesday.

Pest Control Stratford Upon Avon At Multipest Ltd we provide an extremely efficient and courteous pest control service for both residential and commercial premises throughout the UK. Multipest Ltd are members of the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), National Pest Technicians Association (NPTA) as well as being Safe Contractor Approved. Also members of The Confederation of European Pest Management Association (CEPA), this standard benchmarks our business against an international service standard for professional pest controllers. The CEPA accreditation is supported and recommended by the BPCA and is seen as a positive enhancement to the pest control industry.

Why Choose Brick Paving When Building Driveways? Brick paving comes with innumerable benefits, from durability and aesthetic look to being environmentally friendly. Hence, you can understand that compared to the other driveway options, brick paving is the best option. Provides ultimate durability You might think that the concrete paving is durable and lasts longer, but it is not true since the concrete has the chance of cracking. Driveways Beaconsfield Chiltern Drives & Patios is a family run business with a vast amount of experience in the driveway, patio and tarmac industry. Working throughout South Bucks we provide our driveway and patio services in areas such as, Beaconsfield, Amersham, Chesham, The Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross When we quote you…..we do the work ourselves! We pride ourselves in not having to use any outside contractors, you can rest assured we handle your project from initial planning and design straight through to the end, remaining professional and punctual at all times. We offer free quotations on the following:- Driveways Block Paving Patios Tarmac Restoration Surfacing

Coronavirus: 18-year-old 'youngest' to die in UK as fatalities rise by 48 to 281 An 18-year-old is understood to have become the youngest person to die in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus. The number of people who have died after contracting the highly contagious respiratory disease rose by 48 in a day to 281 on Sunday. COVID-19 infections in the UK have increased by 635 to 5,683, the Department of Health said. In England, 37 more people who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths to 257. The patients were aged between 18 and 102 years old - thought to be the youngest and oldest so far. Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend's action 1) Only Spurs can stop Spurs challenging for title Perhaps we ought to ask the question differently. How are Tottenham going to mess this up? A tear in Harry Kane’s ankle?

West Coast fires: How we outran a California wildfire Image copyright Jaymie Shearer Across the American west, wildfires are burning at a historic speed and scale, engulfing almost five million acres of land across three US states - California, Oregon and Washington - since early August. That's the situation that four hikers - Asha Karim, Jaymie Shearer, Lucas Wojciechowski and Stephen McKinley - found themselves in earlier this month - ambushed by California's quick-moving Creek Fire and forced to outmanoeuvre the blaze, which was swallowing tens of thousands of acres.

Coronavirus UK LIVE: Confirmed cases set to top 4,000 as nation wakes up to pub and restaurant shutdown Nearly half of Brits think they'll be infected Almost three-quarters of people say they have changed their behaviour in response to Government guidance on coronavirus, with almost half believing they will become infected, a survey found. The survey found that 77 per cent of people were concerned about the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, with 48 per cent of adults who have not tested positive for Covid-19 believing it is likely they will become infected. The YouGov survey, commissioned by Imperial College London’s Patient Experience Research Centre, was carried after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new social distancing measures to control the spread of Covid-19. The survey, which aimed to capture public sentiment towards the recommendations announced on March 16, found that 93 per cent of adult respondents took at least one measure to protect themselves from infection. Nearly half of Brits think they'll be infected