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24th February 2005

Open to all members and their families, the AGM will be taking place at Guy's Thatched Hamlet, Bilsborrow, near Preston, on Saturday 19th March.  Starting at 1.30 pm this will be an opportunity t.... read
24th February 2005

HUSH are delighted to be sponsoring a competition within schools throughout Wyre Borough to design a new logo for the charity. This follows on from the "Mission Possible" scheme devised .... read
12th November 2004

Over the summer HUSH members have been carrying out a follow up survey on the the labelling of unpasteurised cheese sold in supermarkets throughout England and Scotland. Original findi.... read
12th November 2004

You may have noticed big improvements in the HUSH website over the past few months. We are indebted to Rob at .... read
11th August 2004

Two members of HUSH kindly agreed to appear on "Talking Scotland" slots that are presently running after the lunchtime and evening news on Scottish Television. Sponsored by the Scottish Executive w.... read
11th August 2004

The past few weeks have seen an increase in the number of cases of E.coli O157 throughout the country. Official figures published by the Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental.... read
11th August 2004

With the onset of summer, HUSH have been distributing free A4 size posters to make the public more aware of the importance safe barbequing. The posters are available in colour and als.... read
6th July 2004

A survey carried out for the Food and Drink Federation found that most members of the public are aware of the names of the major food poisoning bugssalmonella, E.coli 0157 and campylobacter. Howeve.... read
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