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Primark is trialling click and collect at 25 stores across the UK

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Primark is trialling a new click and collect service, and the good news is there’s loads of stores up North which are launching the service.

The trial is coming to 25 stores in the UK, including seven across Greater Manchester and loads more throughout the North West – the rest are in West Yorkshire and North Wales.

The service will be launching ‘before the end of the year’ and will focus on Primark’s children’s clothing range.

This marks the first time the popular retailer has offered customers the option to buy online and then collect in-store, and while there’s no set start date for it there’s hope it will launch in time for Christmas shopping.

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Among the 25 stores selected for the trial, seven are in Greater Manchester: Market Street, The Trafford Centre, Bury, Bolton, Oldham, Stockport, and Wigan.

As part of the click and collect trial, you’ll be able to shop an extended kids’ range, with everything from clothing and accessories to nursery essentials and toys on offer.

There’ll be roughly 2,000 children’s products available – around 60% of these can only be found in Primark’s larger stores, with another 40% exclusive to Click + Collect.

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Kari Rodgers, Primark UK retail director, said: “We’re thrilled that customers across North West England, parts of Yorkshire and North Wales, will soon be the first in the country to get the chance to try out our new Click + Collect offer.

“From launch, they’ll be able to browse and buy from our extensive range of kids clothing and nursery products, from the comfort of their own home, before coming to collect from one of our chosen 25 stores.”


Here are the 25 Primark stores offering click and collect:

  • Birkenhead, Grange Road, CH41 6EA
  • Blackburn, The Mall Blackburn, BB1 7JG
  • Blackpool, Bank Hey Street, FY1 4RY
  • Bolton, Crompton Place Shopping, BL1 1EA
  • Broughton, Broughton Shopping Park, CH4 0DE
  • Burnley, Charter Walk Shopping Centre, BB11 1BB
  • Bury, The Rock Shopping Centre, BL9 0ND
  • Carlisle, English Street, CA3 8NX
  • Chester, Foregate Street, CH1 1HA
  • Huddersfield, New Street, HD1 2TR
  • Lancaster, Marketgate Shopping Centre, LA1 1JF
  • Liverpool, Church Street, L1 3AY
  • Llandudno, Parc Llandudno Retail Park, LL30 1PX
  • Manchester, Market Street, M1 1WA
  • Manchester, The Trafford Centre, M17 8AS
  • Oldham, Market Place, OL1 3AB
  • Preston, Fishergate Shopping Centre, PR1 8HJ
  • Sheffield, Meadowhall, S9 1ER
  • Sheffield, The Moor, S1 4PA
  • Southport, Chapel Street, PR8 1AE
  • Stockport, Chestergate, SK1 1NT
  • Wallasey, Cherry Tree Shopping Centre, CH44 5TL
  • Warrington, Golden Square, WA1 1QB
  • Wigan, Standishgate, WN1 1UP
  • Wrexham, Regent Street, LL11 1RY

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Northern housing estate so rough bus drivers were forced to stop going there

The services were fully suspended over the weekend following a spate of antisocial behaviour

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A northern housing estate became so plagued with anti-social behaviour that bus drivers were told to avoid stopping there.

Two bus routes through the Swarcliffe Estate in Leeds were cancelled earlier in the year after teenagers reportedly targeted the vehicles and passengers with stones and rocks. 

In a social media statement, First West Yorkshire announced that the 40 and 56 services would be avoiding the estate in both directions, citing ‘attempted vandalism’. 

The tweet thread read: “SERVICE UPDATE – 40/56. Due to attempted vandalism, we are diverting away from the Swarcliffe Estate in both directions.

“So sorry for any issues this may cause on your journey.

“This will be in place until the end of service this evening. This is for the safety of both our drivers and passengers. I am sorry for the disruption caused.”

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In a post on Facebook, Councillor Jessica Lennox, of Cross Gates and Whinmoor ward, addressed the vandalism, confirming that the 40 and 56 buses would be diverting around the area ‘as a result of some serious vandalism that took place earlier’. 

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Residents have previously spoken about how they ‘live in fear’ on the estate, saying intimidating anti-social behaviour is becoming worse.

One local teenager told Leeds Live of the youths who vandalised the buses: “They throw stones and break the buses whenever they come down here. I wasn’t surprised.

“Just the other day I saw three buses stopped at the bottom of the estate because they all had glass smashed everywhere. It had gone over a nearby mum and her pram.

“If you see a big group of people anywhere around here you turn around and go the other way.”

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Her grandmother added: “Stones are always thrown at buses around here as there’s nothing for the kids to do… It’s really bad where big groups gather around the Co-Op.

“My grandson lives around the corner and he’s been attacked twice. We don’t really go out at night, and would use a taxi if we did. It’s not nice for the drivers or the passengers.”

Another resident, Keith Pettman, told the outlet that the estate was suffering major issues with antisocial behaviour, saying: “There’s some youths on the estate that are a little rowdy.

“They mess about with bikes and things like all bored teenagers do but I know they get in the way of buses and people.

“There’s definitely vandals around that will smash a few things up every so often. The field also gets ripped up and recently a load of dustbins got set on fire.”

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Pub chain giving away FREE pints to anyone with one of these 50 surnames

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England’s World Cup campaign got off to a flying start yesterday with a convincing 6-2 win over Iran.

Our Welsh neighbours – who are also in Group B with us – managed a draw with the USA, thanks to a late Gareth Bale penalty.

But goals aren’t the only thing to celebrate this World Cup, as a pub chain is giving away FREE pints to lucky fans who have one of 50 surnames.

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Greene King is dishing out a free drink to anyone who has the same surname as a player in either the England or Wales squads.

If you have one of the lucky last names, you can claim a pint on the house at any point during an England or Wales game.

All you have to do is head to a participating Greene King pub with your driving licence or passport to prove your name.

Anyone with one of these 50 surnames can claim the free pint: 

Hennessey
Ward
Davies
Cabango
Lockyer
Rodon
Mepham
Ampadu
Gunter
Williams
Roberts
Thomas
Allen
Smith
Levitt
Wilson
Morrell
Ramsey
Colwill
Bale
Moore
Harris
Johnson
James
Pickford
Pope
Ramsdale
Alexander-Arnold
Coady
Dier
Maguire
Shaw
Stones
Trippier
Walker
White
Bellingham
Gallagher
Henderson
Mount
Phillips
Rice
Foden
Grealish
Kane
Maddison
Rashford
Saka
Sterling
Wilson

All you need to do is head down to your nearest participating boozer and show the bar your photo ID during any England or Wales World Cup group stage game.

You can find the nearest pub to you taking part in the offer here.

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Will Ferrell appeals for spare room in North West to watch Eurovision

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Earlier this year it was announced that Eurovision 2023 would be held in Liverpool instead of Kiev, due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Following the news, all hotels and accommodation in the city quickly sold out – with many establishments dramatically increasing their prices in the process.

As such, finding somewhere to stay during the annual song contest has become nigh on impossible, even if you’re a Hollywood superstar like Will Ferrell. 

Will recently appealed for help in finding accommodation for next year’s Eurovision during an appearance on BBC Radio 2 to promote his new film Spirited.

The actor previously wrote and starred in the 2020 film Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, playing Icelandic singer Lars Erickssong.

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During the BBC interview, Zoe Ball mentioned how much she enjoyed the film, to which Will responded: “And it’s in Liverpool this year, isn’t it?”

After being asked if he wanted to go, he said: “You know my mother really wants me to take her to Eurovision, she’s dying to go and she’s always wanted to go to Liverpool.”

Will added: “But aren’t the hotels all booked now?”

After the comedian appealed for a spare room to stay in, Zoe said: “If anyone is willing to put up Will Ferrell and his mum in Liverpool or the Liverpool area during Eurovision.”

Will revealed his requirements: “We need a clean, tidy room. We’ll share a room – two bunk beds that’s all we need. I know we’re kidding but my mom would love that, she’d be thrilled.”

Eurovision 2023 will consist of two semi-finals on May 9th and 11th, before the final on May 13th.

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