Glastonbury Festival’s Reusable Cups Are Helping British Steelmakers

The Glastonbury Festival is to help a beleaguered British industry, the environment, and pint-seeking festival-goers in one fell swoop this summer. The event will buy thousands of reusable pint cups cast out of Sheffield Stainless Steel and manufactured in Birmingham in an effort to cut down on wasteful plastic bottles. Michael Eavis, the 80-year-old farmer…

Rio 2016 Olympic Village Food Waste Turned Into Three-Course Dinners By Italian Chef Massimo Bottura

Leftovers from the Olympic Village in Rio are being used to create three-course meals at an “avant-garde soup kitchen” from one of the world’s best chefs. Feeding the athletes over 16 days is expected to produce 12 tonnes of food waste, which was destined to be burned or thrown in the bin. Italian chef Massimo…

Zac Posen On Why Fashion Is Responsible For Changing Body Ideals

Zac Posen has spoken out about body diversity in fashion, claiming it is the industry’s responsibility to ensure more inclusivity. Speaking to People magazine about the changing ‘ideal’ body type throughout history he said: “Ideals change. It is up to fashion, something I call ‘fashion-tainment’ to change this and guide this. “There are great moves and…

Amazon Announces Funding For School Breakfast Clubs Across The UK

Amazon has committed to funding 700,000 school breakfasts for over 3,800 children in the current academic year. The American retail giant will partner with Magic Breakfast to deliver the food to 57 schools near to its headquarters and warehouses across Britain. The announcement comes after recent research found higher child attainment was clearly linked to the…

Prince William Reveals He’s ‘Struggled At Times’ Becoming A Dad But Has ‘Learned A Lot’ About Himself

Prince William has revealed he has struggled at times with his journey into fatherhood in a candid interview about his family. The Duke of Cambridge said he worries about the future more now that he has two children to bring up. “It’s been quite a change for me personally,” he said when asked about being…

Two-Year-Old Comforted By Dad’s Death With Teddy Bears Made From His Policeman Uniform

A toddler is able to remember his dad who died through two teddy bears made from his policeman uniform. Blake Snyder, from Missouri, US, died in September 2016 after being shot while responding to a call. His wife, Elizabeth Snyder, said their two-year-old son Malachi still doesn’t understand he’s not coming home. “Malachi has been asking…

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