Asda Store Creates ‘Quiet Hour’ To Help People With Autism And Disabilities

An Asda superstore in Manchester has been praised for introducing a ‘quiet hour’ to make shopping easier for people with autism and disabilities. The Asda Living store in Cheetham Hill will be completely silent for sixty minutes every Saturday. Escalators will be stopped and in-store music turned down during the hour, in which its boss…

‘I Love Ugly’ Men’s Jewellery Advert Featuring Naked Models Called ‘Sexist’, But Is It?

Just when the ‘Blurred Lines’ music video seemed like an almost distant memory, one men’s jewellery brand have brought back the whole aesthetic. New Zealand company I Love Ugly is facing some serious controversy after its latest campaign featured a clothed man with his hands all over a naked woman. The shoot showed a man’s…

Small Brewery Creates An Edible Six Pack Ring That Feeds, Not Kills Marine Life

A small craft beer brewery in Florida has done something incredible. It has created the first edible,100 per cent biodegradable six pack ring.  We Believers Traditional plastic six pack rings very often end up in the ocean where they can be horrifically damaging to marine life. Partnering with WeBelievers, the Saltwater Brewery decided to do…

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s Charity Donates £500,000 To Help Young People In The North East

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s charity has just given a hefty sum of money to The Prince’s Trust, to help those in her home territory of the North East of England. Her Cheryl’s Trust foundation has donated £500,000, with the intention of building a charity centre to benefit young people in the area. Karwai Tang via Getty Images Cheryl…

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