Jan 02, 2015
Toby Ireland is a young, Midlands based football coach specialising in group and one-to-one coaching sessions with youngsters from four years old and upwards.
Nov 24, 2014
Gloucestershire vintage store 'Time After Time' has been included in The Sunday Telegraph's Stella Magazine as one of Britain's top fifty vintage boutiques.
Jun 27, 2014
The UK is celebrating Independents' Day on July the 4th. This nationwide initiative has been set up to encourage retailers throughout the UK to announce their presence to the wider public.
Jun 14, 2014
Time After Time in Stroud, Gloucestershire UK has been going from strength to strength since opening almost eight years ago with an international clientele enjoying vintage shopping for men and women on two exquisite floors of hand-picked delights.
Dec 10, 2013
David Ireland's Single 'A Good Old Fashioned Christmas' in support of The Big Issue Foundation has spawned a tongue-in-cheek campaign in the UK. Against such Goliaths as The X Factor, David's small gesture needs a mighty powerful push - so let's go!
Dec 09, 2013
Veteran UK Singer Songwriter David Ireland is supporting The Big Issue Foundation this year with a Christmas Single on sale now - helping to raise funds and awareness for the homeless.
Nov 13, 2013
David Ireland, UK Singer Songwriter, has released 'A Good Old Fashioned Christmas' in support of The Big Issue Foundation. A song with a heart, eschewing cliche and addressing the recession, exclusion and Peace & Understanding.
Nov 07, 2013
David Ireland has just released 'A Good Old Fashioned Christmas' - as an MP3 download in support of The Big Issue Foundation. Lending a helping hand...
Nov 01, 2013
UK Singer/Songwriter David Ireland has just released 'A Good Old Fashioned Christmas' as The Big Issue Foundation's Christmas Single. The song is now available to download.
Jun 28, 2013
Time After Time's David Ireland will be presenting a 1970s inspired celebration of 40 Years of The Merrywalks Centre on June 28th. The event is free! Come along and have some nostalgic fun...