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M&S to launch childrenswear pop-up ‘Kids Shwop Boutique’ for Oxfam

A huge host of celebrities including Joanna Lumley, Abbey Clancy, Rochelle Humes, Peaches Geldof and Mel Giedroyc from GBBO have all donated items that will be sold as Marks & Spencer (M&S) is set to open its first-ever childrenswear pop-up store when a three-day Kids Shwop Boutique opens to the public this March in aid of Oxfam’s Mother Appeal.

Millions donning pyjamas – as soon as they get in from work

Millions of adults get in to their pyjamas and nighties as soon as they get in from work, a study has revealed. Researchers found one in ten Brits don their pyjamas immediately after arriving home after a long day. And the typical Brit slips on their sleeping attire at 9.11pm, according to new research from Premier Inn.

Returning to work – flexibility worries for new mums

Many new mums face the tough decision of whether to return to work after they’ve had a baby.  For some it’s merely logistics and for others it’s yet another life-changing decision.  Add to that a whole host of other worries i.e. bills to pay, feelings of guilt towards a partner who is working full-time and the additional money pressures of surviving on one salary, and you’re mind and blood-pressure are racing before you’ve even started making plans.

Plymouth tot named the UK’s first (High)Chairman

A mini Lord Sugar was recently unveiled in Plymouth - three-year-old Sophia Jade Carr - who will become (High)Chairman of Butlins taking on the best ever job for a tot. Butlins, the UK company which has been adding sparkle to family breaks for over 75 years, has recruited Miss Carr to join its team, responsible for road-testing the ‘Just for Tots’ breaks.

Safer Internet Day

More than a quarter (27 per cent) of parents believe their children have been exposed to online risks, such as accessing inappropriate content or cyber bullying in the past 12 months, according to a Kaspersky Lab study. Despite this, research to mark Safer Internet Day taking place today, has found that one in five parents (22 per cent) takes no action to govern their children’s online activity – whether on the home computer or mobile devices.

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