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Travel: Ox Pasture Hall Hotel, Scarborough Last weekend Nana and I took a rather lengthy journey north for a night away at the Ox Pasture Hall Hotel in Scarborough, with Little Dude in tow. The Ox Pasture Hall Hotel is a luxurious country hotel...

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A Place To Enjoy My Garden I love my garden. I love the fact that I have a garden, especially with the recent gorgeous weather we've been having. Whilst I have a pretty compact garden, there's a lot going on out there. Plants, fruit...

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Cuddles With Ben Cohen Some days I have a really difficult job. Days like this for example. *Ahem* That rather nice young man is former rugby player Ben Cohen. Ben is a bit of an expert when it comes to cuddles. He has...

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Guest Post: Learning The Risks Of Driving

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Guest Post, Information | Posted on 16-01-2014

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When embarking on learning to drive you need to learn to be confident, while being aware of the dangers. This time of year it is even more important as the harsh weather sets in. A recent interview conducted by Gary Lineker for ingenie shows just how devastating a car accident can be.

Gary interviewed Sophie Morgan who was paralysed at 18 years old, having only passed her test just six months before. She now campaigns to raise awareness in young people as they begin their journey in to becoming a fully-fledged driver. Watch her tell her detailed and harrowing account of how this accident changed her life forever…

Once you get behind the wheel, you put lives in your hands. Driving is dangerous. Fact! Be aware of yourself, your surroundings, including those around you, and those around other road users, and most of all, stay safe.