The real legend of Glastonbury

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With the end of June comes the start of Glastonbury and for a week the newspapers, TV and social media are monopolised. After attending the festival, it is possible to argue it deserves this coverage; it truly is one of the most diverse and fascinating festivals in the world – although I might not be agreeing if I was sat at home having to endure the constant reminder I didn’t get tickets.

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Beware of textwalking

Texting while driving

It seems using a mobile phone is becoming increasingly dangerous in today’s world.

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Oh I do like to hear the British seaside

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Don’t you just love the British seaside? Just thinking about it conjures up many memories and feelings of nostalgia: thoughts of fish and chips, cowering in the rain, trying to skim pebbles in the sea etc. So what a great idea to record its sounds for a new project.

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Let’s have more four-legged celebrities

Pudsey

Even if you’re not a cat lover, you’ll surely be moved by the recent story of Tama the cat – elevated from a stray moggy to the status of goddess in Japan after being credited with single handedly (or single pawed) saving a local railway line.

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2015: a blockbuster year

Minions

2015 has undoubtedly been a big year for the box office as blockbuster after blockbuster has hit our screens. Gone are the Orange Wednesdays that were loved by many but the pull of the cinema definitely hasn’t left. The selection of films released this summer indicate that this trend has no intention of slowing down as records are being smashed in film genres across the board.

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