Last week the news broke that Cadbury is bringing back its Bournville Old Jamaica chocolate bars in 2020.
After posting about the revival, you lot took to the comments to tell us which retro chocolate bars you’d like to see return.
After trawling through them all there was a clear winner, the Cadbury Spira bar, and it turns out there’s a lot of support for this online already – including a petition and Twitter and Facebook pages dedicated to its return.
Spira was a hollow chocolate spiral produced by Cadbury from the mid-1980s until 2005, with each pack containing two fingers.
The bar was initially only available in the North West and South West of England, before being rolled out across the country in 1989.
And you guys really want to see them back, with Kerstie Dayson saying: “Bring back my favourite Spira, please.”
Steven Edward wasn’t impressed by the return of Old Jamaica, saying ‘so what bring back the Spira’, while Stephanie Tomlinson agreed, simply saying ‘bring back the Spira’.
The support for Spira was strong, and if you want to get them back there’s actually a petition you can get involved with here – there are also numerous others online that have now ended, so let’s get our voices heard this time.
Tango launches brand new ice lollies that taste just like Ice Blasts
Oh my god!
You can’t beat the taste of a Tango Ice Blast for refreshment, especially when the suns out like it has been this week in Manchester.
And if you love the taste of the iconic frozen slushie, then we’ve got some very good news for you.
Tango has launched some new ice lollies that taste just like Ice Blasts, and they’re out in freezers now.
Just like Ice Blasts themselves, the new Tango Sub Zero Liquid Ice lollies come in the two same flavours, cherry and blue raspberry.
You can grab them in packs of four at Farmfoods, Tesco Extras and Tesco Express shops, and they will set you back around £2.69.
They were spotted on Instagram by @_well_this_is_new_, who wrote: “Tango Blue Raspberry and Cherry Ice Lollies! Swipe for the cherry ones”.
Which one are you trying first?
Asda George is having a massive baby sale with up to 55% off toys and essentials
Calling all new parents!
George at Asda is hosting a ‘baby event’ which includes up to 55% off items such as car seats, bottles and even prams and toys.
200 items are being discounted online at George, including brands like Tommee Tippee, Graco and Fisher-Price.
Some of the best bargains include the Tommee Tippee nappy disposal bin which is reduced to just £13.50 from £30.
There’s also the Tommee Tippee breast pump with 50% off, priced at £67.50 down from £135.99.
You can also get your hands on plenty of discounted toys.
The Fisher-Price enchanted friends learning table is reduced to £30 from £44.97, and the Vtech baby walker is just £19.97 down from £34.97.
If you’re after a bassinet there’s a big saving to be had on the Harmony Dreamtime Bassinet, down to £40 from £50. It’s been described as a ‘great crib at a great price’ by reviewers and ‘light but sturdy’.
The MAM electric steriliser and express bottle warmer is also reduced, saving mums £20, down from £90 to £70.
Delivery is free on orders over £30. Shop here.
You can now get a wearable hot water bottle which is perfect for winter
Take my money!
There’s a new wearable hot water bottle that is perfect for getting back to the cold office.
The days are getting colder and colder now – after the mini heatwave we just had, that is – but luckily there’s a brand new innovative and wearable hot water bottle that will keep you toastie.
Whether you’re at home, your desk or even driving, the wearable heat pad drapes comfortably over your shoulders, heating your neck and top of your back.
It will help ease muscle pain as well and is easily heated up in the microwave.
You can get 15 minutes of deep heat once the Huggaroo Heat Pad is fully heated, enough to keep you toasty during winter.
The pad will set you back £35.99 and is available on Amazon now.