Clayton Park Bakery has won a contract to supply Lancashire Cricket Club with pies for the upcoming cricket season. The bakery lost out on the contact last year to a local rival bakery, but was selected by the club this year to fill the contact.Nic Ashurst, head chef at Lancashire Cricket Club said: “It’s vitally important to us to keep our members happy. That means ensuring the best quality produce, the freshest bake and the best taste.”The bakery has supplied to sports clubs before, and already sells their pies at Liverpool, Everton, Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Preston North End and Oldham Athletic football clubs.Clayton Park Bakery also supplies small shops throughout the Northwest as well as quality chains Spar and Booths.
Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) notified students of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred outside a campus residence hall early Saturday. In an email to the student body Tuesday night, police stated that a student was sexually assaulted by an acquaintance outside a dorm in the early morning hours. A third party reported the assault to a campus administrator, the report stated. Police warned students to be vigilant regarding sexual assault. “Sexual assault can happen to anyone at any time,” the email stated. “College students are more likely to be assaulted by an acquaintance, which means the assault could be part of the campus community. Being aware of your own safety and watching out for your friends are important steps you can take to reduce the risk of sexual assault.” Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available on the NDSP website, ndsp.nd.edu, and through the University’s Committee on Sexual Assault Prevention.
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May 23, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Issues Statement on Passing of Asian Pacific American Affairs Commissioner Padam Rizal Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf issued the following after a Lancaster County fisherman discovered the body of Padam Rizal, who served on the Pennsylvania Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs:“Frances and I are deeply saddened to learn of the death of Padam Rizal, a member of my Pennsylvania Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs. Our sympathies go out to his family, the Harrisburg and broader Bhutanese community, fellow commissioners, friends and associates who mourn his loss.“From a childhood spent exposed to ethnic cleansing in Southern Bhutan, he spent time in refugee camps in Nepal, which shaped his groundbreaking work on refugee resettlement and education. That work is known internationally and considered a model for refugee education, ensuring Padam’s legacy will live on in service to others.“It is our sincere hope that Padam’s passionate dedication to his work to help others in the Asian Pacific American communities is not only his legacy, but also a comfort to his family and friends in this difficult time.“Those of us who knew Padam are grateful for his many contributions to the commonwealth and will miss his indomitable spirit, kindness and compassion for all.”