Monthly Archives: May 2018

Eat what you want day

The International Eat What You Want Day is an annual celebration on May 11th. It celebrates the acceptance of the human body and the diversity of its forms. The goal is to draw attention and remember the dangers of some exaggerated dietary regimes. Thomas and Ruth Roy from emerged to help people get a break from diets. This medication

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The hidden gem of Peckham

Peckham salvage yard is London’s largest indoor vintage market, with more than 50 traders coming together in Copeland park and Peckham’s Bussey building, which is hidden in the back streets of Peckham to sell everything from vintage clothing to vintage maps. The founders of hackney flea market decided to bring their vintage Gems to one of south London’s cultural hotspots,

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Hay Fever 101

It’s that glorious time of year again when some of us become actively allergic to our surroundings. This irritating allergy affects 1 in 5 people in the UK. Were going to give you the low down on triggers and prevention so you can enjoy the outdoors fully this summer.   Hay fever is the umbrella term for an allergy to

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Chelsea look to clinch slim Champions League hopes with away win at Newcastle United

Chelsea are playing Newcastle United on the final day of the Premier League season with Chelsea having a slim chance of clinching a top four place and a Champions League place for next season. Chelsea have to defeat Newcastle on Sunday as well as Liverpool having to lose at home to Brighton & Hove Albion to secure a top four

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Frightened Rabbit singer death have been confirmed

A body discovered at Port Edgar around 8:30 pm was confirmed to be him. The singer whose actual name is Scott Hutchsion went missing from the early hours of  Wednesday morning, the police were informed of his disappearance and a search for him was conducted. He was last seen after his at Dakota Hotel in South Queensferry. In a statement

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School bans pencil cases to stop bullying

A Primary school in Blyth, Northumberland has banned pencil cases in an attempt to stop the stigma against poor families. The Head teacher of St Wilfrid’s, Pauline Johnstone, has said herself that the reason for the ban is “so there’s no comparison on the tables and children are learning”. Having worked with charity Children North East, the school started providing stationery  for students

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