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Why INEOS Hygienics Hand Sanitiser has become part of our school routine [AD]

If you had told me this time last year that back to school would be so different by this September, I don’t think I would have believed you. One little positive that has come out of Covid-19 is that children really seem to appreciate school now. Whereas they once dragged themselves out of bed, these days there seems to be rather more enthusiasm. It’s amazing how going without something can increase gratitude for it. With the children so keen to be back at school, it now seems even more important to keep them well. That’s why INEOS Hygienics Hand Sanitiser…

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Olpro Cocoon Breeze inflatable drive away campervan awning review [AD]

As a camper van owner looking for a drive away awning, you are undoubtedly struggling for space in the van. Whilst any awning will give you a bit of extra space, the Olpro Cocoon Breeze inflatable drive away campervan awning takes it to another level. Not only is it vastly spacious, the awning includes a bedroom inner that sleeps up to 5. On the outside of this is an incredibly useful storage system. As a family, the Olpro Cocoon Breeze transformed our camping setup. Having waited all summer to try it out due to lockdown, we put our inflatable awning…

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Holes stage show at Malvern Theatres: Review

Stanley Yelnats. Spelt the same backwards as forwards, and that’s not the only unusual thing about Stanley. He was born into a family cursed with bad luck. That bad luck manifests itself when he’s accused of stealing a pair of trainers. Before long, Stanley finds himself in a labour camp, digging a hole a day in the blazing sun. The question is, why is he digging? Stanley doesn’t believe it’s just because it’s character building. Holes: The story When I first read about the concept of Holes, I wondered how digging holes could be made interesting and exciting for the…

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The Cat and the Canary at Malvern Theatres: Review

A lonely elderly lady sits alone on a sofa in the dark. Thunder and lightening outside the window bring the scene to life and she gazes fondly at a huge portrait on the wall. Soon, the audience are introduced to six potential heirs of her master’s fortune. Something is amiss and the elderly lady is certain that evil is afoot. The Cat and the Canary adaptation by Bill Kenwright and the Classic Thriller Theatre Company The elderly lady in the first scene is the inimitable Mrs Pleasant, played by none other than global superstar Britt Ekland. She has been guarding…

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Blithe Spirit starring Jennifer Saunders at Malvern Theatres: Review

Iconic comedy actress Jennifer Saunders is at Malvern Theatres this week, starring in Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit. The play is in Malvern as part of a national tour, prior to opening in the West End. As expected, the theatre was absolutely packed for opening night. In fact, it’s very close to being completely sold out all week. Blithe Spirit: The performance Laughter reverberated around the theatre as the unfortunate Edith made her unsteady way onto the stage carrying a tray of drinks. We were soon introduced to Charles and Ruth Condomine and their plans for the evening became clear. Dr…

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