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The Rutland holidaymaker who's been hooked on Yarmouth for 75 years

The Rutland holidaymaker who's been hooked on Yarmouth for 75 years

The Rutland holidaymaker who's been hooked on Yarmouth for 75 years

George Bennett has holidayed in Great Yarmouth every year since first toddling on the Norfolk sands in 1946 as a four-year-old.


Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.


6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

It's spider mating season and thousands of arachnids are on the move. Here's six ways to keep them at bay using things you've got at home.


'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.


Nature reserve reveals changes to boost winter visitors

Nature reserve reveals changes to boost winter visitors

Nature reserve reveals changes to boost winter visitors

Rutland Water is hoping to boost visitor numbers this autumn and winter after deciding to keep its revamped visitors centre open all year.


Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

Devastating fall in girls' happiness warns Girlguiding UK

The happiness of girls continues to decline dramatically, says the well-respected charity, which is now insisting the government take action.


You could own stunning countryside home with its own gym, cinema and pool

You could own stunning countryside home with its own gym, cinema and pool

You could own stunning countryside home with its own gym, cinema and pool

A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a stunning, substantial and contemporary country home.


Royal Mint unveils new 50p Winnie the Pooh coin worth £1,000

Royal Mint unveils new 50p Winnie the Pooh coin worth £1,000

Royal Mint unveils new 50p Winnie the Pooh coin worth £1,000

A new 50p collectable coin featuring Winnie the Pooh and Friends has been unveiled by The Royal Mint, including one with a very hefty price tag.


20 things adults miss most about school days

20 things adults miss most about school days

20 things adults miss most about school days

From conker competitions and skipping to school milk and pink custard - these are the things we hold dear about our time in school.


Drivers remain confused about new petrol roll-out and whether their car is compatible warns RAC

Drivers remain confused about new petrol roll-out and whether their car is compatible warns RAC

Drivers remain confused about new petrol roll-out and whether their car is compatible warns RAC

More than 600,000 vehicles can't use the new eco-friendly petrol being rolled out this month, causing ongoing confusion for drivers says the RAC.


Met Office reveals full list of new storm names

Met Office reveals full list of new storm names

Met Office reveals full list of new storm names

The UK storm names for the next year have been revealed. Did your name make the final list?


The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

Outdated microchips are one of the most overlooked pet problems, says an animal charity, and a mistake which could land dog owners with a big fine.


Steam locomotive 'Singapore' commemorates release of POWs

Steam locomotive 'Singapore' commemorates release of POWs

Steam locomotive 'Singapore' commemorates release of POWs

A railway museum is holding a special steam open day to mark the liberation of Far Eastern prisoners of war at the end of the Second World War.


Get ready for National Hospitality Day

Get ready for National Hospitality Day

Get ready for National Hospitality Day

Pubs, cafés, restaurants and hotels are set to unite for a special day to celebrate an industry under pressure.


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