Employees at Marwell Zoo in Hampshire help the zoo prepare to launch 'Supersized', a Lego exhibition of toy brick creatures, ahead of it's reopening to the public from Monday June 29, as further coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted in England.Interview with commercial director Sean Mannie.
A mother of four who has knitted little angel mascots to spread joy for frontline workers has won “£1 million of cheer” on a National Lottery scratchcard.Debbie Goolding, from Aldershot, Hampshire, has been running a team of knitters, many of them self-isolating, to create the 3in figures for NHS workers, care workers and other frontline staff.
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After 16-year-old Stacie Stroud’s prom was cancelled because of coronavirus, a group of her neighbours and friends came together to organise a night she would not forget.The teen, who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, was “devastated” after the leaving do was called off, and her neighbours threw her a street prom to make up for it instead.The whole community in Andover, Hampshire, worked together preparing for the evening on Friday June 26, with her father Steve, 42, decorating the street with fairy lights and balloons.Stacie was unaware of what was being planned and spent the day inside with her sister, Samantha, 19, who did her hair and make up.
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