Articles written by Cally Worden

Training to work in childcare

Training to work in childcare

Childcare is a rewarding profession that offers the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives and education of young children. At the beginning of July 2015 Sam Gyimah, the Childcare Minister, announced that those people looking to work in the profession are to be given more help to gain the level of knowledge

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Part Exchange Housing Schemes

Part Exchange Housing Schemes

In an effort to boost a still-sluggish housing market in some areas, builders are increasingly offering part-exchange deals to entice buyers. Known in the trade as ‘PX’ schemes, this type of deal basically enables you to trade in your existing home as part payment for a new build property. It’s chain-free, misses out the estate

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Looking good no matter what your age or size

Looking good no matter what your age or size

We are all our own worst critics when it comes to body image and fashion, and can all do with a little boost every now and again. Thankfully the web is full of helpful advice from those-in-the-know so we’ve compiled a list of top tips and advice to help you feel good no matter how

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Dealing with chickenpox

Dealing with chickenpox

This common childhood disease is experienced by most little ones at some point. There is now a vaccine available, but it is not widely administered as the symptoms of the illness are generally very mild. Chickenpox manifests as a rash of itchy red spots, that eventually turn into blisters filled with fluid. The blisters then

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Faulty Goods - Repair or Replace

Faulty Goods – Repair or Replace

The Sale of Goods Act 1979 provides many protections for buyers. One of its key provisions is that which states that if there is something wrong with goods you have bought you can ask the vendor to repair or replace them, free of any charge to you. As with all such laws there are always

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Eating Local Food

Eating Local Food

Our diet in the west is fabulously diverse, rich in the kinds of foods that simply weren’t available to us just a few generations ago. But the price of this on-tap variety is an increased carbon footprint as foods are moved by rail, road and air around the globe to satisfy our dietary whims. As

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