Monthly Archives: September 2015
Tragic Tom Attwater, 32, captured the hearts of a nation by fighting his own ill health while ensuring stepdaughter Kelli Smith was given the best chance of life. The youngster endured childhood cancer neuroblastoma aged just three-months-old and then again aged three in 2012.
The fearless pensioner, who suffers from macular degeneration and struggles to walk after undergoing a hip-replacement, took part in the event for charity. Despite her age, June has undergone a catalogue of thrill-seeking challenges over the last 20 years including scuba-diving, wing-walking and learning kick-boxing.
Jade Hornsby, 21, went to Harley Street for a 4D scan after getting it as a gift from her mum Lesley Bineham, 47. But when she got home and looked at the photos, she was startled to see the profile of her late granddad Jack Hornsby - who passed away in 2007 - in the corner of the image.
The two-carriage service was crammed with people heading to a music festival and already running late when it was halted because of more passengers ahead. But after stopping for 25 minutes the fed-up students revolted and decided to get off.
Comrie Development Trust and Community Shares Scotland launch the Cultybraggan community shares offer to create a new heritage site at former WW2 prisoner of war camp “Preserve the past to invest in the future”
Sarah Lou launches their brand new premium dual julienne peeler. Sarah Lou is a fast growing company in the Home and Kitchen market. Our goal is...
Designer Becky Peabody, 44, had been overweight for years and struggled with countless diets, but never managed to shift the weight for good. She was mortified when she saw a photo of 15-stone frame in a magazine article about her stylish home and was shamed into changing her fat-filled diet.
Six-month-old Mia McConnelogue developed an aggressive type of leukaemia in the womb which caused blue marks to develop on her arms, legs, chest and face. She started her first round of chemo at just two days old but doctors gave her just a 50 per cent chance of survival.
Coinciding with the release of the new Bond film SPECTRE, the world’s longest running website dedicated to 007 will celebrate its 20th anniversary: ‘On the tracks of 007’ is a travel guide to the James Bond filming locations, online since 1995 aswell as launching a re-designed website. On Sunday Oct 25th the travel destination will be a hotel just outside of London, filled with Bond fans, Bond anecdotes and Bond music.
Subscribers to Takeaway Art will be introduced to a new artist every month, have a chance to get to know them and their work, and then at the end of the month receive an original artwork to keep. Takeaway Art is offering this for a simple subscription of £28.50 a month under the “Starter” package, or £25 a month for customers who want to subscribe for three months at a time.