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Security Tightened up at UK Wonderland over fears of Attack this Festive Season

Security has been beefed up around the Winter Wonderland Christmas fair in London amid fears of a Berlin-style terror attack.Twelve people people died and 56 were injured when Islamic extremist Anis Amri ploughed a truck into a Christmas market outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin last December. 854 more words


Festive things to do in London ' 2017

Good Evening All, Happy Hump Day!
If you’re anything like me arranging things to do every week seems a little tedious everything starts getting a little repetitive and you then find yourself doing the same thing just for the sake of it, As we are again, rapidly approaching the weekend I thought I would share with you a little ‘Festive things to do’ inspo if you’re in or around London from now and in the upcoming weeks then please keep reading! 1,294 more words

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This winter you can escape to a Highland hideaway in the heart of the City as Mac & Wild (Devonshire Square), launch their festive Highland Lodges in partnership with The Botanist Gin. 295 more words

Festive Season

Toni & Guy's Festive Hair Heroes

Sleigh bells may well be ringing, but with the party season fast approaching it’s time to stock up your shelves with some hair saviours to keep your locks looking party perfect. 395 more words


7 Awesome Digital Marketing Tips for The Festive Season

I have set up over and over how online networking is an incredible stage for content appropriation. Be that as it may, with each merry season, it delivers considerably more open doors for advanced promoting. 564 more words


Festive Season Makeup Look with Petrol Blue Metallic Kohl

Hi all! The festive season is here and time to bling it up. I love this time of the year, but I have to say, when we landed in Delhi the other day, it was the biggest smog (smoke fog) ever and we literally couldn’t breathe. 188 more words


Party Like A Mum

Here at MPC HQ we love a reason to get our dancing shoes on and cover ourselves in glitter. The last time this happened was at Halloween, resulting in an interpretive dance session on the floor after a few too many gin cocktails and – dare I admit it – sambucca shots. 139 more words