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Scanning through hours of footage from the League One promotion campaign, Little reckons he has picked up on the team spirit which made Phil Parkinson’s first season in charge so successful.And the former Bristol City full-back believes positive vibes he has sensed since walking through the club’s doors will stand the Whites in good stead in the Championship next season.BRITAIN'S FIRST directly elected black mayor wanted to be a Royal Marine when he was a young man.Now the qualities of such a tough job will be needed by Marvin Rees, 44, because he has a mountain to climb balancing the books of a Bristol City Council facing demands from the Conservative government for harsh spending cuts. So, Rees admits he is in for a hard time living up to the expectations of the almost 70,000 people who voted for him.“I think the same things which make you successful in League One can make you successful in the Championship – in fact any league,” he told The Bolton News.“If you haven’t got togetherness and team spirit then you can forget about it.The royal charter was gained in May 1909, with 288 undergraduates and 400 other students entering the university in October 1909.

His release at Ashton gate this summer came as some surprise, as Little had featured in 34 games for the Robins.

As always with Kneehigh, this is a powerful brew served up against a rich background of Yiddish folk song and dance from musicians Ian Ross and James Gow.

Both actors, Marc Antolin and Audrey Brisson, are at their best in the more intimate moments, but also bring impressive energy to the free-flowing narrative as they manoeuvre at speed around Sophia Clist’s tent pole set.

That is why Rees’s first act as the new Labour mayor last week was to ask his finance officers to let him know how much money there is available to spend on the pledges he made to get elected. After getting elected, Rees said, in his swearing in speech: “We have to be united and innovative” because “maintaining and improving vital public services won’t be an easy task”.

He added: “But our determination to make Bristol a fairer and more prosperous city will drive us to overcome the challenges we face.” BOOST The socially progressive offer to voters made by Rees’s party gave him a big electoral boost in a city that has a huge gap between haves and have-nots, the white population and and black, African, Caribbean and Asian minorities.

His release at Ashton gate this summer came as some surprise, as Little had featured in 34 games for the Robins.

As always with Kneehigh, this is a powerful brew served up against a rich background of Yiddish folk song and dance from musicians Ian Ross and James Gow.

Both actors, Marc Antolin and Audrey Brisson, are at their best in the more intimate moments, but also bring impressive energy to the free-flowing narrative as they manoeuvre at speed around Sophia Clist’s tent pole set.

That is why Rees’s first act as the new Labour mayor last week was to ask his finance officers to let him know how much money there is available to spend on the pledges he made to get elected. After getting elected, Rees said, in his swearing in speech: “We have to be united and innovative” because “maintaining and improving vital public services won’t be an easy task”.

He added: “But our determination to make Bristol a fairer and more prosperous city will drive us to overcome the challenges we face.” BOOST The socially progressive offer to voters made by Rees’s party gave him a big electoral boost in a city that has a huge gap between haves and have-nots, the white population and and black, African, Caribbean and Asian minorities.

Bristol Old Vic’s long-running love affair with irrepressible Cornish theatre company Kneehigh is being celebrated in this visual gem of a co-production, based on the life and work of avant-garde Russian artist Marc Chagall and his first wife, the writer Bella Rosenfeld.