Month: January 2021

Is it time to get your teen’s eyes tested?

Lockdowns, increased reliance on digital learning and harder to access healthcare could be leading to a ticking timebomb when it comes to our children’s eye health – a leading optical expert is warning. Dr Andy Hepworth from optical lens specialist, www.essilor.co.uk, explains how 2020 has created the perfect storm for future eye issues in our […]

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M&S Introduce BRAND-NEW chocolate treats – ‘The Ombles’…

Food retailer Marks and Spencer have today launched a brand-new chocolate brand, The Ombles, the retailer’s first new face in almost 30 years! With Percy turning the big 3-0 next year and Colin hitting the milestone in 2020, the company were keen to introduce some new faces.  A spokesperson said: “These loveable new characters are […]

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Celebrate Chinese New Year 2021 in Style With M&S

M&S celebrates Chinese New Year in style with NEW limited edition, beautifully designed year of the Ox takeaway boxes and lots more… You’ll be glad to hear the year of the Ox represents strength, determination and dependability – something we’re sure most of us are hoping for more of in 2021! So, if you are […]

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Survey shows how generational body and fitness goals have changed

Although January is often seen as a month where everyone vows to start a new diet or complete a new fitness regime in a bid to lose weight, a new survey from global fitness brand Les Mills, shows the motivators for exercise have finally changed across the different age groups. LES MILLS On Demand, the […]

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Best of British celebration to be held at revamped North Wales college

A CELEBRATION of Great Britain in aid of a national charity for war veterans will be hosted by Coleg Cambria. The inaugural British International Tattoo and trade exhibition for businesses is to be held in the new £21m extension to Yale college in Wrexham over two days from Saturday October 2. Organiser Gareth Butler says […]

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Creatives will have a Miwtini on their hands thanks to online business support series

A NEW series of virtual support sessions for creative start-ups has been launched. For those in the creative and digital industries, help is at hand in the form of a Miwtini! Miwtini is a three-month programme for start-ups and those starting out, providing free guidance on subjects including research, marketing, thinking strategically, alternative income streams, web presence, […]

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Over half of Welsh residents plan to adopt healthier food and drink habits in 2021, according to research by Noom – here’s Ten Top Tips to Help!

Research by Noom, the leading psychology-based weight loss programme, and OnePoll has found just over half (56%) of Welsh residents plan to kick off 2021 with healthier food and drink habits; a similar number (55%) want to lose weight this year, and nearly a quarter (24%) want to undo bad habits picked up during lockdowns. […]

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Saving for retirement: why everyone needs a plan

The fundamentals of saving for retirement are simple, and an adviser can help with decisions along the way – Tony Clark, Senior Propositions Manager at St. James’s Place, shares his top tips. At-a-glance Retirement and the way we save for it has changed beyond recognition in recent decades. Responsibility for ensuring we have a decent income […]

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The Hidden Health Benefits of Dry January

Taking on Dry January is a popular way to embark on a new year health kick – but did you know that alcohol is linked to more than 60 health conditions… and the wellbeing benefits of a month without it go much further than you may think? So with another national lockdown now in place […]

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Locked Down but not Out – Five Steps to Re-framing Anxiety During Lockdown 3.0

Turn lockdown anxiety on its head with advice from leading alternative psychologist and author Kirsty Lucinda Allan Leading alternative psychologist and author, Kirsty Lucinda Allan, is urging people in the UK to approach lockdown 3.0 with a fresh outlook using her radical approach to reframing anxiety. The author of ‘Ironic Fundamentalism – a journey from […]

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