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Pay for your meals with calories at David Lloyd Leisure

David Lloyd Leisure Centre is giving their members a chance to earn their food by burning calories. The cafe is called ‘Run For Your Bun’ and is part of a scheme to highlight the important part which food plays in maintaining a balanced diet. Members will have to perform a high intensity, 10 minute interval on the exercise machines which has been created by the personal trainers at David Lloyd. The...

Monopoly helpline set up to end Christmas feuds

The creators of our family favorite, yet rage inducing board game Monopoly, has come up with a clever way to stop Christmas ending in a not so silent night. Monopoly has introduced a Christmas hotline to prevent family disputes – according to a recent survey, 51% of monopoly games end in a row. Top arguments include people making up rules, people being too cocky when winning, someone buying a property you...

Allegro Christmas ad challenges John Lewis

John Lewis has been the king of Christmas Ads for a while now, but this Polish company called Allegro may have just raised the bar. Allegro is a Poland-based online marketplace much like eBay, and since the adverts release on Allegro’s Youtube channel a couple of weeks ago it’s had upwards of 8 million views. The advert has a similar punchline to the Amazon adverts of late, pushing the idea of quick...

Publicis and Orange bring giant roll of wrapping paper to Antwerp Tower

Orange has decorated the Antwerp Tower with Belgium’s biggest roll of wrapping paper as part of their festive end-of-year stunt. The roll stretches 100 metres long, 6.5 metres across and reaches from the top floor of the 25 story building all the way to the ground where Orange have opened a pop up store. Christmas shoppers visiting the store can have their Christmas presents wrapped in the waterproof paper...

Tommee Tippee make 500 cups to help an autistic boy

Autism is a condition which affects every single person in a different way, but one recurring theme is a need for routine in their daily lives. So when 14 year old Ben Carter lost his blue Tommee Tippee cup, which he’d been exclusively drinking from since he was 2, his entire routine was thrown off. As Tommee Tippee has since stopped making that specific cup, Ben’s dad Marc made a public appeal for...

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