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Girl Online: The First Novel by Zoella (Paperback)

Girl Online: The First Novel by Zoella

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Cardamom and vanilla panacottas

These sophisticated panacottas are a breeze to make and a great dinner party dessert. These wobbly puds also can be made ahead to save time!

from Mail Online

The best mother in the world: Unseen Diana photos taken by William

A smiling Diana poses for William who took this picture. The pictures, which have never been published before, were taken during a visit to Highgrove by Diana's close friend and former flatmate Carolyn Bartholomew, and her new son Jack, in 1989. The Princes borrowed a camera belonging to Mary Bruce, Jack's nanny, and for almost 18 years the photographs lay hidden in a box with Miss Bruce's other personal keepsakes.

from Hobbycraft Blog

How to Make BFG Ears

If you don't have a lot of time to whip up a costume for World Book Day, these BFG ears a fantastic quick make to become the friendliest giant of them all! All you need is some felt and a headband, then finish off the look with a shirt, green trousers and a waistcoat if you have them.

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Meet 'Giant George' the 7ft-long blue great dane who could be the world's tallest dog

What dog not to get - the 7ft Great Dane! (although I do love great danes, they are just too big for me).


Slimming world Recipes I have picked up on the way: Syn free pancakes

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Michael Aspel among two thousand WW2 children evacuees reunited 70 years later

Two thousand WWII children evacuees reunite 70 years later - Families were split up as three million children were given their rations and sent on trains out of the cities and, hopefully, to safety as the Second World War began.