Motorbarking Dog
Motorbarking Dog
A petrolhead pooch is living life in the fast lane by travelling around in a motorbike SIDECAR.

Louie, a two-year-old St Bernard, regularly goes “motorbarking” on the side of the Honda Gold Wing 1500 at speeds of up to 55mph.
Robbie Williams Gig In Pyjamas
Robbie Williams Gig In Pyjamas
Robbie Williams played an intimate gig at the Roundhouse in London his PYJAMAS.
The pop singer wore gold silk pyjamas for his Under the Radar concert after telling fans that would be the dress code.
Katherine Jenkins Helps Fireman Propose
Katherine Jenkins Helps Fireman Propose
Classical superstar Katherine Jenkins helped a fireman to propose to his stunned girlfriend on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London in front of 4000 people.
Claudia Schiffer Neighbour Wins Planning Dispute
Claudia Schiffer Neighbour Wins Planning Dispute
Claudia Schiffer has lost her battle against her neighbour who wants to double the size of her cottage on the boundary of the supermodel’s Suffolk country estate.
Extinction Rebellion Dig Up College Lawn
Extinction Rebellion Dig Up College Lawn
Extinction Rebellion activists have dug up the prized lawn at Cambridge University’s historic Trinity College.

The climate activists then put some of the grass and soil in wheelbarrows and dumped it in the foyer of Barclay’s Bank in Cambridge city centre.

The group said they had dug up the lawn because of the college’s role in a major development in the Suffolk countryside.
Punter Wears A Mask
Punter Wears A Mask
A punt operator in Cambridge wore a mask to protect himself from coronavirus in the tourist hotspot.

He wore a mask as he got ready to punt tourists from around the world on the River Cam, as the virus spreads across Britain.

At Boots in Cambridge the shelves have been emptied of antibacterial gel and a notice has been taped to the shelf stating: “Due to high demand of antibacterial gel, we have sold out for today.”
Ed Sheeran Exhibition
Ed Sheeran Exhibition
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.
Daisy Takes Her First Steps
Daisy Takes Her First Steps
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.
Daisy’s Rainbow Walk For The NHS
Daisy’s Rainbow Walk For The NHS
A pretty three-year-old girl who was expected to never walk has defied the odds to do a rainbow walk to raise money for the NHS after being inspired by Captain Tom Moore.

Little Daisy Briggs was diagnosed with severe Spina Bifida, a spinal condition, and Hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid in her brain, during mum Rea Briggs’ 20-week scan.
Weather Photographer of the Year
Weather Photographer of the Year
A stunning picture showing a blanket of cloud draped across a mountain in Wales has won the Weather Photographer of the Year competition.
Cars Stranded After Flooding
Cars Stranded After Flooding
Flood water along a notorious stretch of road in Welney on the Cambridgeshire/ Norfolk border has subsided revealing an incredible FOUR stranded cars.

The motorists were all caught out by the long and winding stretch of road, which has been flooded for two months.
Queen's Lunch Date
Queen's Lunch Date
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.
Selfish Shoppers Invade NHS Hour
Selfish Shoppers Invade NHS Hour
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.
Prince William Leaves Historic Summit
Prince William Leaves Historic Summit
The historic summit to discuss Prince Harry and Meghan’s future role in the Royal family is believed to have finished after Prince William was spotted leaving the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

Prince William was seen driving his Land Rover out of a back entrance to the Royal Estate at about 4.20pm following crunch talks with the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince Harry.
Asbaby Swan Attacks Student
Asbaby Swan Attacks Student
The GRANDSON of vicious swan Mr Asbo was seen terrorising a Cambridge University STUDENT who got too near to his family.

The savage swan, who was nicknamed Asbaby as a youngster when he pecked punters on the famous Backs, was spotted attacking the male student, who was having a swim.
Crossrail Trains Sitting Idle
Crossrail Trains Sitting Idle
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.
Giant Jellyfish Invade Beaches
Giant Jellyfish Invade Beaches
Children are being warned not to touch monster jellyfish which are washing up on UK beaches this summer.
Brave Katie To Model In New York
Brave Katie To Model In New York
A 12-year-old British girl, who has used a wheelchair all her life, is set to become the first child with cerebral palsy to walk down the runway at New York Fashion Week.
Asbaby Swan Attacks Gosling
Asbaby Swan Attacks Gosling
The GRANDSON of vicious swan Mr Asbo is following in his grandfather’s footsteps after terrorising a baby GOSLING on the River Cam – as tourists looked on in horror.
Tulips Bloom
Tulips Bloom
These stunning photos look as though they have been taken in the Netherlands but in fact they show Britain’s last remaining bulb fields bursting into colour before Easter.

The pictures show the beautiful blooms brightening up the countryside at family-run Belmont Nurseries near King’s Lynn in Norfolk.
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