Ed Sheeran’s DAD has put together the world’s first exhibition about his famous son with personal items which have never been shown in public before.
John Sheeran has gathered together an array of private family photos, unseen works of art and personal items relating to key moments in Ed’s life and career for the exhibition, which coincides with the singer’s “coming home” concerts in Suffolk.
A three-year-old disabled girl told she may never walk has stunned her parents by taking her first steps UNAIDED – as she continues her rainbow mission for the NHS. The Sun told how Daisy Briggs, who was diagnosed with severe Spina Bifida, a spinal condition, and Hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid in her brain, had been inspired by Colonel Tom Moore to do a sponsored rainbow walk with her frame.
The finishing touches are being made to the UK’s first electric forecourt. The site in Braintree, Essex, is the first of around 100 electric forecourts to be built around the country over the next five years as part of a £1 billion programme.
Prince Philip was seen visiting the Queen who was later spotted out and about for the first time since she was taken ill with a cold.
The Duke of Edinburgh was not wearing a seatbelt as he was driven to the main house on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk by his daughter Princess Anne.
A Tesco store in Cambridgeshire was forced to shut its doors this morning (Sunday) after selfish shoppers invaded the hour reserved for NHS staff, causing “bedlam.”
The shop in Milton, near Cambridge, had to start operating a one-in one-out policy from 10.15am after hundreds of members of the general public started shopping to early and the store quickly became full too capacity.
Aerial pictures show dozens of Crossrail’s new high-tech trains sitting idle in a London depot waiting to be used. The trains are part of a £1 billion fleet commissioned for the flagship rail project, believed to be costing around £17.6 billion.