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Check your plums for stones lads!

Check Your Plums For Stones Lads? The Pershore Plum Festival Raises Awareness For Testicular Cancer This year’s Pershore Plum Festival has joined forces with testicular cancer charity Orchid with help from cancer survivor Matt ‘Onenut’ Wakefield, to raise awareness of the disease and how to detect it. An average of 2000 men are diagnosed every year but numbers are on the increase. All that’s needed is a simple check to catch…

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Little live on the airwaves….

This morning the lovely Pete from BBC Hereford and Worcester brought his shiny white radio car to the village, and after a bit of a dilemma trying to get a signal we linked in with the studio in Worcester and did a couple of live interviews from the Little Workshop which I can prepped up all nice and ready to make a special bar of BBC Soap! So here you…

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“The Soap Makers of Worcestershire”

So, the December Issue of Worcestershire Life has hit the shelves and Little Soap is nestled amid its glossy pages This slideshow requires JavaScript.This slideshow requires JavaScript. Text: Bretforton: Little Soap Company Entering the small annexe factory of the aptly named, Little Soap Company in Bretforton, it’s hard to ignore the enticing aromas used to perfume the company’s range of all natural soaps. Emma Heathcote-James started producing high quality soaps…

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The (bargain – but toxic) price of A-list beauty… Jennifer Aniston and the Pershore Plum Festival..

Today’s Daily Mail and splattered all over today’s media is a  story about one of the world’s most beautiful women, who at 41, has a complexion to rival women decades younger. But instead of an array of expensive beauty products and therapists, Jennifer Aniston has credited a £1.99 bar of soap with her youthful skin revealing that she has been using the Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar since she was a…

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