[Bournemouth Echo] - Roger Smith, who drove his family firm's hearse for the scene outside the old naval college at Greenwich, said: “There were eight hearses and two limousines. Daimlers are getting rarer and they had to scour the country. “I got there about 6.30am when
[The Independent] - Roger Smith, director of the campaign group Justice, said the court had sent "a groundbreaking message on the exclusion of evidence obtained after torture". But Amnesty International warned the ruling was "eclipsed by the court's conclusion that
[Norfolk Eastern Daily Press] - Conservative Roger Smith, who represents Henstead, said the constant “wittering” was damaging the chances of investors coming to Norfolk. He said: “They will get the impression in Norfolk that we cannot make our minds up on anything.
[Kent Online] - Roger Smith, 52, from Ashford, died after the accident in Brighton. Sylvia, his wife of 27 years, said she had been “overwhelmed” by phone messages, letters and cards of sympathy since his death last Thursday. Mrs Smith, 71, said: “He had so many
[Spenborough Guardian] - CHURCHES, TOGETHER: The Rev Roger Smith, Whitechapel church wardens Tom Pinder and Trevor Bowers, with the Rev Ian Bullock, are pleased church numbers are increasing. CHURCH attendances more than doubled in the Spen Valley this Christmas
[Melton Today] - Stoke Rochford Clubmark presentation, from left - Angus Dow (club professional), Kevin Dodds (chairman), Graham Miller (club captain), Shona Dickson (development officer for the Lincolnshire Golf Partnership), Roger Smith (vice-captain).
[The Westmorland Gazette] - Blue: 2nd Rob Browne (M21), 3rd Nick Howlett (M45), 6th Sarah Jones (Barrow, W16), 7th Angus Dobson (M16), 8th Adam Bartlett (M16), 9th Rebekah Beadle (W45), 12th Rick Browne (M55), 26th Roger Smith (M60). Green (4.5km): 3rd Kat Evans (Warrior, W21)
[Rutland and Stamford Mercury] - Winners with 62 (net 54.8) were Roger Smith, Barry Coop, Tony Walker and John Smeeton; Second on 65 (net 58.7) were Mick Rance, Alan Hayward, Roland Slack and John Wright, and third on 65 (net 58.8) were Chris Woof, Joe Kime, John Helstrip and David