The Magic of Gingerbread Houses
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Gingerbread has been a delicious treat for years, and a Christmas tradition for many people is to make a gingerbread house. These tasty treats are great to make with a young relative and then also delicious to eat and now more and more companies have begun to release do it yourself gingerbread house which makes them [Read more…]

The Alzheimer’s Society – Elf Day
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You may have heard of the Alzheimer’s Society, most people have. but did you know that they support people with all types of dementia? We didn’t until we took a closer look. About Dementia Dementia is a horrific brain disease that causes a gradual decrease in a person’s ability to think and remember aspects of [Read more…]

Black Friday- Past, Present and Future
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Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, especially in America. Thousands of shoppers’ flood to stores to get the best offers of the year. In the 20th century, it is insanely popular even spreading to the UK. This yearly event has become quite controversial. This is because of how violent it often becomes [Read more…]

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The Return of the Terracotta Warriors
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The Terracotta Army is returning to the UK next year at Liverpool Museum. The famous army is surrounded by mystery since their discovery in 1974. They interest many people with their history and amazing detail of every soldier. The Terracotta Army is a collection of sculptures of the army of the first Emperor of China. [Read more…]

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America and Beer
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Beer is extremely popular all over the world and USA is no different. The USA as a country is one of the biggest manufacturers and consumers of beer in the world producing an insane amount of the stuff for example in 2012 they produced 196 million barrels of it. It has over 3500 brewers ranging from giants in [Read more…]

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Riding High with Leicester Riders 
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The oldest operating basketball team in the country, Leicester Riders, have been going from strength to strength these past few years. Champions of the British Basketball League two years in a row fending off basketball giants Newcastle Eagles, and then last season beating them in the playoff final.  It really has been a good few years for head coach Rob Paternostro and his [Read more…]

Cupcakes, Cupcakes and more Cupcakes 
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Chocolate, Strawberry or Vanilla Icing. Sprinkles, Marshmallows or a little Cherry on Top. All ways to decorate and make the perfect cupcake. These little snacks are a worldwide phenomenon whether they appear at a British Tea Party or in an American Café these are the tastiest treats you can find. History of Cupcakes The origin of the cupcake is mixed depending on who you [Read more…]

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Birmingham celebrates Black History 
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October is Black History Month around the UK and 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of when it was first celebrated in the UK. Black History Month is a time to reflect on the past but also to celebrate the impact of what Black History has had in the 21st Century.   Birmingham is one of the most diverse cities in the UK [Read more…]