October is National Cholesterol Month. Cholesterol is a fatty substance which is needed in the cells of your body. Too much cholesterol in your blood can lead to a build-up in your arteries, which increases your risk of having a heart attack. Eating a healthy,
Watch out for World Food Day on October 16. The date commemorates the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organisation by the United Nations in 1945. This year’s theme is Grow, Nourish, Sustain, Together. This is a great opportunity to do some fun activities at
Half the nation would be more excited to try new flavours if they could connect them with their heritage Many wish they had access to recipes from previous generations New DNA dinner kit allows curious cooks to dine with their family tree as part of a
For most young people October 31 is synonymous with Halloween and going ‘trick or treating’. But for parents with children who are due to move up to secondary school next September, the end of October is the cut-off date to apply for secondary school places.
SURVIVING LOCKDOWN – NEW BOOK TAKES A BLEAK & FORENSIC VIEW OF THE UK GOVERNMENT’S FAILURE TO PROTECT BRITAIN DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
The book has won plaudits from the Whitbread Prize winning Irish poet and Oxford don, Bernard O’Donoghue, author of Seamus Heaney and the Language of Poetry (1995), who says: “It is a wonderful account of the time of coronavirus; I especially like the reverie at