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Top 5 Funniest Door Scenes from Movies

We all need to relax and laugh in these difficult times – after all, laughter is the best medicine! We love watching comedies: and the funny moments involving doors seem to have us in stitches! © Syda Productions / Adobe Stock Read on to find out the top five funniest door moments from the movies…

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Disability-friendly Sports: Be Inspired!

Disability-friendly Sports: Be Inspired!

The NHS is encouraging people who have a disability to get active: participating in sporting activities will improve muscle and heart strength and benefit health in general. It is recommended that people should do a minimum of 150 minutes’ activity per week, with additional strength exercises on at least two days a week. There’s no

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How a school environment can influence child developement

How a School Environment can Influence Child Development

Many adults today will have fond memories of a favourite teacher taking a lesson outdoors on a sunny day during the summer term. It appears this is far more than just fun, according to the charity, Learning Through Landscapes, which promotes children’s outdoor activities and better use of school playgrounds. New research reveals that improving

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Why visit your local bookshop this Christmas

Why Visit your Local Bookshop this Christmas?

While the high street has been struggling amid challenging trading conditions, bookshops seem to be thriving as the festive season approaches. According to the latest research, independent bookshops are bucking the trend by increasing in popularity. The reason for their success has been linked to the way they can provide great personal service for customers.

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Europes largest library

Europe’s Largest Library

The Library of Birmingham, in the West Midlands, is Europe’s largest library, housing a world-class collection of rare books, archives and photography. Treasures include one of the largest Shakespeare collections in the world and the famous Shakespeare Memorial Room, dating from the Victorian era. Located at Centenary Square, beside the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, the library

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