Dining rooms: the forgotten space Posted On 15 June 2021

Why you need a dining room and how to decorate it   With open plan kitchens flooding the market, you could argue that the traditional dining room is losing its place.  The dining room should however maintain its established place of prestige in your home. Having a separate dining room offers a space which is …

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Father’s day gift guide Posted On 14 June 2021

This Sunday is father’s day and if you’re struggling with gift ideas, we have you covered   GLAMPING TRIP A glamping break might be the perfect way you and your dad, or your dad and his partner, can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The beauty of a glamping pod is that you …

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Cutting-edge plans Posted On 11 June 2021

New surgical block to open at Hinchingbrooke Hospital   In 1983, Hinchingbrooke Hospital opened its doors to the residents of Huntingdon and beyond offering a wide range of specialties including general surgery, ear nose and throat, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, urology and vascular services. The site has continued to develop with the addition of a 23-bed treatment …

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Football not taking your fancy this weekend? Posted On 11 June 2021

Switch play and try something different   It’s Wales vs Switzerland, England vs Croatia, Indoors vs Outdoors: this weekend is set to be another glorious one weather wise and whilst the Euros are drawing you in, the great British summer is luring you out. If the pull of the outdoors is set to triumph, here …

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The Cool-Proof Guide to Bringing the Temperature down in your Home this Summer Posted On 10 June 2021

As the hottest months of the year approach, we can look ahead to lots of upcoming warmth   But that’s not to say that the heat doesn’t present some challenges. When it comes to winding down in the evenings, it can be difficult to relax when the temperature doesn’t feel like it’s dropping. So here …

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Will England be Euro stars? Posted On 09 June 2021

Southgate’s men looking to end 55 years of hurt     It’s coming home … in a manner of speaking. The 16th edition of football’s European Championships, postponed from last year, kicks off this Friday and, for the first time, games are spread across the continent rather than one host nation, although the business end …

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Sea what you did there? Posted On 08 June 2021

Out of sight, out of mind: the oceans need your help   As highlighted in recent controversial Netflix documentary ‘Seaspiracy’, one of the main issues the ocean faces is that this beautiful, vast, cerulean mass masks the devastation which lays beneath. It seems it really is a case of out of sight and out of …

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Looking Dapper Posted On 07 June 2021

Advice for looking your best on Father’s Day   This Father’s Day men can once again venture into nearby pubs and restaurants with their loved ones and so, a little thought should be given to attire. The loved and lived in lounge pants favoured in lock-down should remain locked down and indoors with some more …

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Much ah-choo about nothing! Posted On 03 June 2021

Tips and techniques to abate the dreaded hay fever season   Perhaps your eyes, nose and even throat have already clued you in. Perhaps you’ve met up with a friend and thought to yourself that they looked upset or edged slowly away from their streaming nose fearing it to be symptom of covid-19. Spring has …

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June Gardening Guide Posted On 02 June 2021

It’s officially Summer, which means our gardens are in full bloom, but there are still jobs to do…   Weeding Weeds. The arch-nemesis of our beautiful gardens. However, with some hard work, these can be removed. All weeds can be controlled without weedkillers, and for our environment, it is best to get your hands dirty …

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