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ABBOTS WOMAN BECOMES A FACE OF SKY BET An Abbots woman has becoming one of the faces of Sky Bet‘s TV adverts. Nana Akua, who is also appearing in television adverts for the internet company Ask Ollie, said: ―I have been working in TV on and off for 15 years. I auditioned for Sky Bet and got accepted and spent two days filming at Sky‘s head office in Isleworth. It was fun to do. The adverts appear at the end of shows on Sky and I ask a general knowledge question which signposts the viewer to Sky Bet to answer.‖ The fitness instructor has appeared on satellite TV in her role as a health guru. She runs four Zumba classes in Abbots Langley and hopes to build a career in TV.


WINTER CONCERTS TO WARM THE HEARTS OF MUSIC


LOVERS The Abbots Langley Community Centre is presenting a series of winter acoustic concerts. They all start 3pm and tea and cakes will be available in the interval. The first concert will be on Sunday, October 9, although the act is still to be confirmed. The second will be Sunday, November 13, featuring Dave Webber, Anni Fentiman and Brian Peters, from County Durham, who will perform Rudyard Kipling‘s poems as set to music by the late Peter Bellamy. On Sunday, February 12, Pilgrim‘s Way – a trio from Manchester led by a wonderful female singer, accompanied by virtuoso accordionist and fiddler will perform. The last concert will be on Sunday, March 12, when the Oxford Fiddle Group – a group of about 20 musicians performing music from England, Ireland, Scotland and beyond. For more details or to reserve seats email ALConcerts@gmail.com.


ABBOTS YOUTH FC NEED MORE PLAYERS The Abbots Youth Football Club under 13s side is looking for more players for the forthcoming season. Footballers starting Year Eight at school can contact the club through its website at www.abbotsyouthfootballclub.co.uk or telephone Mark Lawrence on 07710 336072. The Under 13s play home games at Kings Langley Secondary School and train on Thursday evenings in Abbots Langley. The Under 13s play in the Watford Friendly League. They are an FA Chartered club with coaches who have been CRB checked, first aid-trained and qualified to at least a Level 1 FA standard.


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