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Colin Furze left his job as a plumber 10 YEARS AGO and is now a world-famous YouTuber with a Diamond play button and 11 million followers.

Over the last decade he has broken six WORLD RECORDS, amassed more than one billion views on his YouTube site and is the 30th most subscribed to channel in the UK.

Colin, 41, has become renowned for his wacky inventions, which he builds at his home in Lincolnshire and include a driveable hot tub car, underground beach hut and an ejector bed.
Colin’s 10 Years Of Inventions
Queen Launches First Beer
The Queen has launched her first BEER made with plants grown on her Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

Her Majesty has moved into home brewing with two new bitters produced using organic Laureate Spring Barley harvested from her gardens and crystal clear water drawn from a nearby bore hole.

Sandringham Best Bitter is priced at £3.99 for a 500ml bottle and is made locally by Barsham Brewery in North Norfolk.
An inventor has collaborated with BBC’s Top Gear to build a BUDGET Bond car, complete with FLAME throwers and an internal INVISIBILITY system.

YouTuber Colin Furze made the impressive car for the TV motor show in five weeks on a budget of just £7,000. Colin, from Lincolnshire, bought the 2000 BMW Z3 second hand for £4,000, then added his own unique modifications to turn it into a car fit for 007.
Budget Bond Car With Flamethrowers
Boat Race Spectators Face Fine
Spectators could be fined £200 if they try to watch the world-famous Boat Race from the riverbank in Ely.

Notices have been put up on routes around the River Great Ouse, warning people to keep away from footpaths along the river when the race takes place.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, the renowned race between rowers at Oxford and Cambridge Universities will be held behind closed doors this year.
It looks like a scene from a fairytale, but these THREE rare WHITE stags have been spotted roaming fields and woods in the WILD in Hertfordshire.

The ghostly white fallow deer, which look as though they have stepped from the pages of a fantasy book, were seen grazing among woodlands.

The enchanting white creatures are rarely seen in the wild because they are easy targets for predators and hunters wanting unique trophies.
Rare White Stags Spotted
Storm Christoph Brings Flooding To The UK
Flooding reached record levels at Welney in Cambridgeshire after Storm Christoph hit the UK.

Roads around the Fenland village were flooded after the River Great Ouse burst its banks following heavy rain.

The Environment Agency issued 48 flood warnings and 174 flood alerts and the Met Office issued an amber warning for rain across central and northern England.
The Dull Men’s Club, which has included women since 2017, has more than 50,000 members, who are passionate about everyday mundane things, which others think are dull.


A TELEGRAPH POLE enthusiast, WET FLOOR sign fan and a WASHING MACHINE collector are among the “boring” men and women who appear in this year’s Dull Men’s Club calendar.


A man who collects security envelopes, the owner of a classical gas museum and a man who spends up to 10 hours a day completing jigsaw puzzles have also made it into the world’s top dozen dull people.


Leland Carlson, assistant vice-president of the Club, has published the calendar to celebrate the quirky passions of its members in Britain and America.
Dull Men’s Calendar
Ely Girl Choristers Sing On Roof
Ely Cathedral’s girl choristers sang on the roof of magnificent Ely Cathedral as they prepare for a busy Christmas despite the coronavirus pandemic. The girls, aged 10 to 16, climbed to the top of the Norman cathedral to rehearse for the festive season.

Stunning aerial photos show them performing high up on the roof of the Gothic cathedral in the heart of the Cambridgeshire Fens.

Ely’s girl choristers were founded in September 2006 – more than 1000 YEARS after the boy choristers.
An 11-YEAR-OLD schoolboy spends hours producing stunningly detailed cityscapes from MEMORY.

Talented artist Alex Baker creates intricate pictures of towns and cities, which are perfectly in perspective.

Alex, who is autistic, has been drawing since he was just two years old and his photographic memory means he can replicate places after visiting them or seeing them in books only once.
11-Year-Old Artist Amazing Cityscapes
Colin’s 10 Years Of Inventions
Colin Furze left his job as a plumber 10 YEARS AGO and is now a world-famous YouTuber with a Diamond play button and 11 million followers.
Over the last decade he has broken six WORLD RECORDS, amassed more than one billion views on his YouTube site and is the 30th most subscribed to channel in the UK.
Queen Launches First Beer
The Queen has launched her first BEER made with plants grown on her Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

Her Majesty has moved into home brewing with two new bitters produced using organic Laureate Spring Barley harvested from her gardens and crystal clear water drawn from a nearby bore hole.
Boat Race Spectators Face Fine
Spectators could be fined £200 if they try to watch the world-famous Boat Race from the riverbank in Ely.
Rare White Stags Spotted
It looks like a scene from a fairytale, but these THREE rare WHITE stags have been spotted roaming fields and woods in the WILD in Hertfordshire.
Storm Christoph Brings Flooding To The UK
Flooding reached record levels at Welney in Cambridgeshire after Storm Christoph hit the UK.

Roads around the Fenland village were flooded after the River Great Ouse burst its banks following heavy rain.
Dull Men’s Calendar
The Dull Men’s Club, which has included women since 2017, has more than 50,000 members, who are passionate about everyday mundane things, which others think are dull.

A TELEGRAPH POLE enthusiast, WET FLOOR sign fan and a WASHING MACHINE collector are among the “boring” men and women who appear in this year’s Dull Men’s Club calendar.

A man who collects security envelopes, the owner of a classical gas museum and a man who spends up to 10 hours a day completing jigsaw puzzles have also made it into the world’s top dozen dull people.
Ely Girl Choristers Sing On Roof
Ely Cathedral’s girl choristers sang on the roof of magnificent Ely Cathedral as they prepare for a busy Christmas despite the coronavirus pandemic.
11-Year-Old Artist Amazing Cityscapes
An 11-YEAR-OLD schoolboy spends hours producing stunningly detailed cityscapes from MEMORY.

Talented artist Alex Baker creates intricate pictures of towns and cities, which are perfectly in perspective.