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Travel company is giving away a free holiday to Prosecco Country in Italy

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Jamie Roberts

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Exodus Edits

If, like me, you’d never heard of Prosecco Country until this very second but now want nothing more than to visit this idyllic paradise, then you’re in luck.

That’s right, you can win a holiday to the Italian Prosecco Hills – as well as to a host of other incredible destinations – courtesy of the good people at Exodus Edits.

All you need to do is head down to the Science and Industry Museum this week, and put a key in a suitcase. Simple, right?



Exodus Edits is a collection of bite-size, adventure-filled holidays where you travel with a small group of like-minded people in their 30s and 40s.

The holidays have been expertly designed so they fit into your usual holiday allocation, which means you can have a proper adventure without having to quit your job and go ‘travelling’.

This Thursday, February 6th, Exodus Edits will head to the Science and Industry Museum to host an evening showcasing everything that they have on offer.

It kicks off at 6pm, and for the £5 entry fee you’ll get a complimentary drink on arrival and a key, which you’ll try out on one of a pile of suitcases in the room.

Four of these suitcases contain a holiday, and if your key opens up one of the lucky cases, well done – you’ve got yourself a free adventure holiday to one of their destinations.

They offer a wide range of holidays, including the aforementioned tasting trip to the Italian Prosecco Hills, climbing the highest mountain in North Africa, and exploring otherworldly glaciers, waterfalls, geysers and volcanoes in Iceland.

If you want to be in with a chance of winning one of these mint trips, get yourself to the event on Thursday – you can grab tickets to it here.

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Pam Shipman is hosting a Gavin & Stacey quiz this week

Oh my christ!

Alex Watson

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The best character from Gavin & Stacey is hosting the ultimate quiz this Thursday for serious fans of the show. 

Played by Alison Steadman, Pam Shipman is the person we’ve all turned into in lockdown. ‘I’m absolutely shattered. I’ve been crying all afternoon’ certainly rings a bell.

Well-loved Alison is hosting an online quiz all about the show, and raising money for Marie Curie while she’s at it. 

Credit: Gavin & Stacey / BBC iPlayer

The quiz is free but donations are encouraged to the charity which helps care for and support those suffering with terminal illnesses. If you donate you also enter a prize draw!

You can play on your own or form a team with your household and join the quiz via this link on the Marie Curie website. 

You will be marking yourself and can chat to Pam through the comment box.

Credit: Gavin & Stacey / BBC iPlayer

Pam isn’t the only character from the show that has been vocal through the lockdown, with Nessa giving us a classic no-nonsense rundown of what’s occurin’.

Nessa said: “If you see me in the morning doing my daily run, my half marathon around Barry, don’t even think about breaking that two-metre rule because if you does, I will not hesitate to tell you quite clearly to back off.

“Because at the end of the day, when all is said and done, no word of a lie if truth be told, just because you don’t feel ill don’t mean you’re not infectious, you could be riddled.”

The quiz kicks off at 8:15pm on Thursday May 21st. 

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Robbie Williams is reuniting with Take That for a special lockdown concert

Robbie, we want you back for good…

Alex Watson

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Incredible news for Take That fans – Robbie is returning for one special online concert!

Courtesy of Compare the Market, Robbie will join Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald to perform a virtual gig almost 30 years after the release of their debut album.

You can expect all the classics like Never Forget, Shine, Pray, A Million Love Songs and plenty more! 

The show will be raising money throughout for a music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins, as well as Crew Nation which supports concert crews across the world during the pandemic. 

The livestream gig is part of Meerkat Music which is kicking off on May 29th at 8pm on the CompareTheMeerkat YouTube channel.

Take That told the Sun: ‘This is a world-first for us! Reuniting with our old friend online for a one-off performance! It’s always great getting back together with Robbie and we are really excited to be part of this unique show that everyone can enjoy from home.

Robbie left the band back in 1995 but had a brief reunion stint a few years back. Unfortunately, hard core Take That fans will be missing out on Jason Orange, who quit the band back in 2014 and will not be performing on the live stream. 

Gary Barlow has been doing tonnes of duets over on his Instagram page with his new series ‘The Crooner Sessions’. Guests have included Anastacia, Paloma Faith, Nall Horan, the iconic James Blunt and plenty in between. 

All we can do each night is pray that the boys will be together again someday. 

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Take a virtual tour of life-sized animatronic dinosaurs this afternoon

It’s like Jurassic Park in your front room…

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Paradise Wildlife Park

Families will be able to see dozens of life-sized animatronic dinosaurs in a live virtual adventure today.

First of all, happy World Dinosaur Day!! To commemorate such a day, Paradise Wildlife Park is hosting a live Facebook event with 32 motion-sensored dinosaurs. 

The event kicks off at 4pm today (Friday May 15th) and will offer a tour of the attraction.  

The park, based in Hertfordshire, is currently closed due to the pandemic so it, like many others, is showcasing the animals and other attractions they have to offer in other inventive ways!

Anna tank, a spokesperson for the wildlife park, said: “It will be a virtual tour of our 32 life-size and motion sensored dinosaurs. There will be a presenter as well to go over all the cool dino facts.”

To take care of the 800+ actual animals the park has costs around £3,000 a day, which is normally funded by tickets and other on-site purchases.  

Instead, the park is relying on the generosity and support of viewers who are urged to donate what they can while watching. You can donate here

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