Craft bakers including Prudens of Hertfordshire, Campbell’s of Crieff in Perthshire and JW Rose of Sheffield have signed up to take part in this year’s National Doughnut Week.Warings of Tilehurst, Berkshire, Birmingham College of Food and Technology and the Hot Bread Shop of St Anne’s, Alderney, will also be taking part in the annual fundraising week.In National Doughnut Week, sponsored by BakeMark UK, craft bakers raise funds for The Children’s Trust, a national charity that provides specialist care and rehabilitation for children with multiple disabilities.Bakers who register by 6 April, will receive enough doughnut concentrate to make more than 900 doughnuts.To register, contact Christopher Freeman at Dunns Bakery on 020 8340 1614 or email [email protected]
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Brooklyn woman was convicted Tuesday of killing her 28-year-old neighbor, dismembering the victim’s body and scattering the remains in Bay Shore and Hempstead last year.A Suffolk County jury found Leah Cuevas, 44, guilty of second-degree murder.Prosecutors said Cuevas killed Chinelle Latoya Thompson Browne, a Guyanese immigrant and mother of four, in the apartment building where the suspect and victim both had lived.The victim was reported missing July 5. Her torso and severed legs were found in a vacant lot on the corner of Maple Avenue and Gibson Street in Bay Shore on July 8. The victim’s head and arms were found days later scattered in Hempstead.Cuevas denied killing Browne and had told neighbors that the victim “walked off with a Jamaican man.”Judge John Toomey is scheduled to sentence Cuevas on Jan. 14. She faces up to 25 years in prison.
Insurance is a contract between a person or entity and an insurance company, wherein the insurance company will compensate or cover losses for the person or entity in the case of an unforeseen circumstance occurring. The contract itself takes the form of a policy, which spells out specifically what the insured is covered for and what the insurer is willing to pay. Insurance can take many different forms from life insurance, health insurance, property insurance, etc.How are insurance premiums calculated?According to Investopedia, using life insurance as an example, the premium “depends on statistical data that exists about the life history, age, and health.” Insurance companies basically look at the potential risk factors of whatever is being insured and come to the premium required for coverage. For instance, a kid in high school driving a Mustang will likely pay a higher auto insurance premium than a middle-aged man driving around a Volkswagen.Do you need insurance?Unless you have an endless supply of cash falling out or an oak tree in your backyard, yes, you need insurance. Let’s say you have a prescription for some ailment that needs to be picked up from the pharmacy. Prices for medication can be in the thousands without insurance. This is assuming you have the money to pay for labs and doctors’ visits on your own in the first place.There is one aspect of your life that requires insurance. Driving a car. Technically you could purchase a vehicle without insurance, but you couldn’t remove it from the lot. But assuming you’d like to move the vehicle around town for your personal transportation with you behind the wheel, insurance is required to do so.The PointInsurance is actually a means of saving you money. Yes, you pay a premium, but the potential cost of paying out-of-pocket for situations you had no control over and didn’t see coming is just unwise and not worth it. Spend a little money and live life knowing you are secured and won’t be financially cut down because of prescription-grade Tylenol. 22SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Derek San Filippo Derek is a freelance writer who spends his off time either working with his rescue animals or writing children’s books. He lives in San Diego with his beautiful wife … Web: www.financialfeed.com Details
Share Submit Share Related Articles Following the rebrand and relaunch of its legacy assets Casino.com this March, online gambling group Mansion has announced that it has launched its supporting Casino.com UK TV advertising campaign.The TV campaign ‘We are Ready to Play, Are You?’ will launch on Monday 24 July on selected Sky UK channels.Commenting on the UK campaign, Mansion marketing detailed that it wanted to create an authentic feel and message for its relaunch of Casino.com, one of the oldest online gambling brands.Shelly Suter-Hadad, Mansion’s Managing Director and COO said, “We’ve intentionally veered away from the elitist, VIP vibe or headache-inducing animation that’s commonplace on screen and are bringing something fun and fresh to the table. The concept is the Casino.com party, and everyone’s invited.”In addition, the advert also stars some company employees; the live dealer is Mansion’s Casino Manager Chris Mousdell with three of the walk on parts casino and VIP team members.“This gave the anticipation and company buzz about the advert all the ignition it needed! We’re really happy with the final creative and are looking forward to seeing the results.” said Faye Morse, Director of Marketing CommunicationsFurther to its TV campaign, Mansion will support the relaunch of Casino.com by executing a complimentary campaign of branded Casino.com London taxis that will run alongside the advert to further reinforce the message.Casino.com – ‘We are Ready to Play, Are You?’ Mansion orders Playtech sports betting upgrade for casino properties June 5, 2020 COVID-19: How the virus is impacting sports events across the globe March 13, 2020 SBTech confident of resuming full client operations following cyberattack March 31, 2020 StumbleUpon