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Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

Pandemic and lockdown has made Brits 'more spontaneous'

People have moved house on a whim and are up for being more spontaneous as pandemic restrictions have lifted, according to a new poll.


Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

Could Tom Daley inspire us to dive into knitting?

For years diver Tom Daley has inspired others to try his sport. But after the Tokyo Olympics will he have persuaded us to all try a different hobby?


Here's where kids eat free this summer

Here's where kids eat free this summer

Here's where kids eat free this summer

Keen to treat the kids without breaking the bank? Here's a round up of pubs, restaurants and cafes with 'kids eat free' deals this summer.


Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.


7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

Are you trying to get children to pick up a book this summer? Here's some expert tips for keeping their reading going through the school break.


Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

Are you left scratching your head at some of the slang words kids use? From 'lit' to 'yeet' and acronyms like PAW and PITR, we're here to translate.


Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

The pandemic has knocked drivers' confidence on the road according to a new study which also found the most uncomfortable scenarios for motorists.


Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

A new proposed release of 2021 emojis includes a pregnant man and a gender-neutral person wearing a crown.


Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

Thousands of dog owners are at risk of never being reunited with their pets after failing to update their details.


'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

With petrol prices at an eight-year high and food prices also on the up, there's a warning about the cost to our summer plans.


Can I leave my child home alone?

Can I leave my child home alone?

Can I leave my child home alone?

With hundreds of children off school in isolation and six weeks of holiday coming up, the NSPCC has advice for parents trying to make a decision.


How you can help reverse the decline of the British bee

How you can help reverse the decline of the British bee

How you can help reverse the decline of the British bee

Bees have been on the decline for a number of years, but you can help encourage them back to the garden this Bees Needs Week.


How to see Mars and Venus meet in the sky

How to see Mars and Venus meet in the sky

How to see Mars and Venus meet in the sky

Mars and Venus will appear close together in the sky in a unique meeting - or conjunction - with the moon. Here's how you might be able to see it.


Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

Buckingham Palace visitors will enjoy picnics on the royal lawns for the first time this Friday and there are still tickets on sale for the summer.


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