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Alton Tower resort launch search for UK’s junior weather idol to celebrate Ice Age The 4-D experience

To celebrate the arrival of its coolest attraction yet, Ice Age  The 4-D Experience, Alton Towers Resort has teamed up with the Met Office and ITV to launch a nationwide search for the UK’s youngest ever weather presenter. Entries to become the Ice Age 4-D Junior Weather Idol are now open!

M&S Helps charity to put childhood leukaemia to bed

This June, Marks & Spencer will be selling an exclusive Tatty Teddy key ring (£3.50 each) with all proceeds going to charity Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research to help put childhood leukaemia to bed. For the second year running, M&S will also generously donate 10% of sales of kid’s nightwear to the charity from 31 May-19 June.

Dangerous Game

According to a recent survey seven out of ten single women regularly practice unprotected sex.  A study which involved over 2,000 women between the ages of 18 and 40 found a large percentage adopt a ‘head in the sand’ approach to the transmission of STDs. This survey found the average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with a total of four different men.

One in five mums feel they’re doing a bad job

A fifth of mums (21%) say feeding their child manufactured baby food makes them feel like a bad mum. But should it? An independent report lifts the lid on what goes into those jars.  Mums feel under pressure as almost four out of ten (39%) feel they are being ‘judged’ by other parents for not making baby food from scratch and one in five (21%) says it makes them feel like they are a bad mum, a survey by Cow & Gate recently revealed.

Some apps you want, this app you need

Find My Child is the world’s first global alerting service and Smartphone application designed to help reunite parents and lost children quickly and safely should they become separated. The groundbreaking app Find My Child is now helping reunite separated children and panicking parents around the world.  A parent’s biggest fear is losing their child, it happens more often than anyone wants to admit, with 28% of parents who visit theme parks with their children admitting losing them at some point.

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