Month: March 2021

[Don’t] Go Hard, or [Do] Go Home

Gyms are set to re-open and many people will want to get straight back into their old workout routines, picking up their old weights and doing their favourite exercises. While it is understandable, it’s also a sure-fire way of getting injured, say expert physios and trainers at Ten Health and Fitness. “When returning to the […]

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Son to run from North Wales to Premier League stadium in memory of Dad who died of Covid

A PROUD son whose father died of COVID-19 will take on an epic challenge to raise funds for a children’s hospice. Andy Hughes plans to run 188 miles from Flintshire to the Midlands and back in memory of his late dad Kevin, a champion of Hope House Hospice who passed away earlier this year after […]

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Six habits to relearn as we emerge from lockdown

Whether you’ve spent the lockdown months hibernating in your pyjamas, or turned the extra time into a new set of goals and ventures, come April 12th, we will all be presented with the same set of challenges. Gympass, the world’s leading corporate wellbeing platform, has asked its experts to share the healthy habits we can […]

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Thieves making £200 a time stealing electric car charging cables

With the UK set to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, the future of the motor trade industry really is electric, but that’s leading to a new type of crime – the theft of car charging cables. With this metal theft on the increase, a trusted waste disposal company asks: […]

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Survey reveals the Least-Laundered items in the home…

And advice from the experts on how frequently you should be washing them If it’s not ‘visibly’ dirty it doesn’t need washing right? Wrong. Despite the enhanced hygiene measures we’ve been taking in recent months, a new survey has revealed the grubby truth about how little UK households are washing household fabrics around the home […]

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The mental health benefits of camping

Head of Wanderlust at Camptoo delves into the multiple benefits of camping for better mental health Connecting to nature and our surroundings can hugely benefit our wellbeing and mental health. In fact, so much so that the Mental Health Foundation has made “Nature and the Environment” its theme for Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May […]

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Relocate and rent in retirement – a month’s free rent offer until 1st May 2021*-

Research from buy to let mortgage adviser, Paragon Bank[i],  has highlighted that the number of over 55s renting has more than doubled in the last decade. Girlings Retirement Rentals, the UK’s market leader in retirement rentals, has also seen a major increase in demand for retirement rentals and points to new emerging hotspots including the […]

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Forget the Spring Clean – 2021 is all about the Digital Device Declutter … In five easy steps!

It’s spring clean season, but this year there’s a new Hinch-style home hack that you should consider … a digital device declutter! Many people will have heard of a digital detox, but let’s face it – now is not the time to disconnect from the tech we’ve become so dependent on. Instead, why not use […]

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Record number of hits for NHS Wales website after unprecedented year

North Wales residents can quickly check symptoms for variety of conditions at NHS 111 Wales online. ONLINE symptom checkers can save North Wales patients time by helping them find the right service for treatment. Symptoms can be quickly checked for a variety of conditions and advice given on the best way to treat them by […]

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Local Charity Penparcau Community Hub provides more meals for vulnerable people in Aberystwyth through M&S app

Aberystwyth-based charity, Penparcau Community Hub, has ramped up the number of meals it’s providing to those in need thanks to M&S’s food redistribution programme. An innovative colleague app, launched in March 2020, is used to notify charities when surplus food is available, helping to increase donations and stop food going to waste. Since the app […]

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