News in Brief, for week ending May 8

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Positivity Tree

To spread awareness for Mental Health Week, from May 9-15 the Trafford Centre has introduced a “Positivity Tree” in the main mall. The idea allows the public to write a supporting message for those who might need it. Once written, it’s then hung upon the tree’s branches.


James Corden to leave The Late Late Show 

James Corden has announced that he will be leaving The Late Late Show next year after an eight year run with CBS. Corden has expressed his desire to move on and see what other opportunities might lie  in the entertainment industry. 

“I never saw it as my final destination, you know? And I never want this show to overstay its welcome in any way. I always want to love making it,” said Corden. 

Malevolence new single – ‘Still Waters Run Deep’


Malevolence release their latest single this week, ahead of the release of their album Malicious Intent. The single ‘Still Waters Run Deep’ is the third single released from the new album and will be the last single before the album’s release. Malicious Intent arrives May 20, via Nuclear Blast Records and MLVTD. 

Hatters and the Shaymen in the mix for title chase

The Hatters could secure the league title and a long awaited return to the Football League with a victory. Meanwhile, Wrexham could go level on points with County should they win. Halifax Town could give themselves a slim chance at the title heading into the final game if they beat Aldershot and Wrexham win against Stockport.

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