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  • Why shoppers are quick to get their hands on Liberty’s Beauty Advent Calendar

    With over £1,000 worth of luxury products across beauty, skincare, hair and body care, the Liberty Beauty Advent Calendar launch date is highly-anticipated for beauty fanatics and bargain-hunters alike.Since its launch in 2014, the Beauty Advent Calendar has become the most successful and fastest-selling product in the nearly 150 years since Liberty opened its doors in 1875, and given this year’s line-up, it's not hard to see why.We speak to customers about why they’re always quick to get their hands on the Liberty Beauty Advent Calendar.

  • Woman shares warning after two men walk in on her unisex changing rooms in Primark

    Charlotte Kirby shared a video on TikTok detailing her experience of two men walking in on her in the gender neutral fitting rooms in Primark Cambridge. Credit: charlottemkirby Via TikTok

  • How to make a butter board

    Lindsey Eats's video on 'How to make a butter board!', inspired by Justine Doiron and Josh McFadden. Credit: @lindseyeats Via Instagram 

  • Two Shire horses take Queen’s flowers away for composting

    Flowers left in London’s Green Park for Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II are in the process of being removed and composted. The bouquets are being transported by two Shire horses - Heath and Nobby - both senior greys aged 17 and 14 years respectively, standing at 18.3 hands. They are taking the flowers to the Leaf Pen in Kensington Gardens where the flowers will be blended with leaf litter and other green waste, to be composted and turned into mulch. Heath and Nobby are the same horses that appeared at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May.

  • Flowers left for Her late Majesty the Queen to be composted

    Flowers left in London’s Green Park for Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II are in the process of being removed and composted. Staff and volunteers have begun work removing cellophane wrappings and elastic bands, separating artefacts to ensure that only organic material is composted. This compost will be used to enrich the soil of London's Royal Parks. The bouquets will be transported by two senior grey Shire horses - Heath and Nobby - to the Leaf Pen in Kensington Gardens where the flowers will be blended with other green waste and turned into mulch.

  • Baby in need of a liver transplant has his life saved by his mum's best friend

    Baby Tommy was born with a rare disorder with doctors warning he could die if he didn't receive a liver transplant. His mum's best friend stepped forward to donate part of her liver after testing positive as a match.