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CRIMP, COLOUR AND CURL YOUR WAY TO A BAD HAIR DAY

16th January 2017
Swap your sophisticated locks for Mohawks, mullets and wigs this February to help raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Bad Hair Day 2017 will be hitting the nation on... [read more]
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The ancestry of holidays

16th January 2017
Did you know that holidays were originally referred to as special religious days or ‘holy days’? With an average person spending 17 per cent of their disposable income on holidays, it is... [read more]
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Search Begins to Find the UK’s Most Inspiring School Gardeners

10th January 2017
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is calling on school gardeners from across the country to enter the search to find the next generation of star horticulturists, as it launches its annual competition,... [read more]
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BookTrust teams up with Rick Stein to get kids reading in restaurants

20th December 2016
BookTrust, Britain’s largest children’s reading charity today announces its partnership with the Rick Stein Group to encourage more children to read for pleasure. The Rick Stein Group is... [read more]
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Aspiring writer to Top Christmas Reading List with Tale of Sol the Slug’s Night Before Christmas

20th December 2016
A mum-of-two from Devon is set for literary fame this Christmas having been selected from almost 1,000 competition entries in the search to find a modern equivalent to the timeless festive tale, Twas... [read more]
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Elderly by Nicola J Rowley

19th December 2016
If they’re in their 70’s or above, chances are they lived through the Second World War. As such, they will have incredible stories to tell about what it was like to survive air raids... [read more]
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PUPILS INVENT NEW WONKA-INSPIRED SWEETS TO WIN ROALD DAHL CENTENARY COMPETITION

19th December 2016
Two primary school pupils have invented their own Wonka-inspired sweets to win a national competition marking the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth. Alfie Richards, 8, from Irthlingborough in Northants,... [read more]
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