Free Cadbury Halloween Treats

October 17th, 2017

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October 17th, 2017


October 17th, 2017

Speaking at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on World Food Day, Pope Francis addressed the need for governments around the world to acknowledge that climate change and migration were leading to increases in world hunger.

Francis received a standing ovation after a stirring speech in which he said all three issues were interrelated and require immediate attention.

“We are called to propose a change in lifestyle and the use of resources,” Francis told the audience. “We cannot make do by saying ‘someone else will do it.'”

The Catholic leader’s words came on the heels of a recent UN report that showed an increase in people suffering from chronic hunger on account of climate change-related disasters and conflicts.

Global Citizen campaigns on the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development, including zero hunger and climate action. You can take action on these issues here.

For the first time in over a century, the number of chronically hungry people increased, rising by 38 million people between 2015 and 2016. The UN report noted that 815 million people fit the definition for chronic hunger in 2016, comprising about 11 percent of the world’s population.

At the heart of this rise are climate change and human conflict, both of which drive food insecurity in poverty-stricken communities around the globe.

The Pope called on leaders to take immediate and cooperative efforts to reduce resource consumption and waste creation.

Greed and negligence on a planet with limited resources was harming the world’s poorest people, Francis said. He warned against understanding these problems through the lens of pity, noting that pity “is limited to emergency aid.”

Instead, Francis proposed an integrative solution based on love, solidarity and fraternity. Love is a powerful tool for good Francis said, because it “inspires justice and is essential to bring about a just social order.”

In a visceral reminder to world leaders on just how devastating the effects of climate change and conflict caused migration can be, Francis commemorated his visit to the FAO by unveiling a marble statue of three-year old Alan Kurdi, a Syrian-Kurdish migrant who was found dead on the shores of Greece in 2015.

The statue depicts an angel wailing above the boy’s corpse. The Vatican said the piece represents represents the tragedy of human migration.

source:global citizen

Free Dog Food Bag – Worth Up To £54!

October 17th, 2017

Tails is giving away a FREE personalised dog food, made according to each dog’s needs. You don’t need to worry about deciding which food is right for your dog as do all the work; they even adjust it as your dog ages and provide a special portion control scoop which they deliver to your door.

Why do they do all this? With different personalities, lifestyles and nutritional requirements, no two dogs are the same, so when it comes to their diet, ‘one-size-fits-all’ doesn’t work.

Breed-specific foods are already available; however, by going a step further and creating tailor-made food that is optimised for an individual dog they can provide the ideal nutrition based on all requirements and preferences.

Customers can cancel at any time. One offer per household. Free trial applies to one dog only. Offer not available for puppies under 14 weeks For full T&Cs, go to


HOT DEAL! Versace Pour Femme EDP 50ml|Was £56. Now £22!!

October 17th, 2017

Blimey, this is a steal! I think it’s one of those EDPs that you either like or hate, so probably only a good buy if you like it, or know the receiver likes it!


Now £22.00

Save £34.00

Was £56.00

Versace Pour Femme Eau de Parfum 50ml

Versace Pour Femme Eau de Parfum opens with a transparent radiance from Dew Drops, Hydroponic Guava and icy hints of blackcurrant, all of which harmoniously fuse with a touch of Wisteria. The heart is a sensual floral explosion of light and vibrant flowers, combining Orchid, Lotus Fower and Nymphea, delicately emphasized by a gentle marriage of Jasmine and Azalea. The fragrance is finally enveloped by the silky softness of Musk, delicate Kashmir Wood and Moroccan Cedarwood.


HALF PRICE|Yankee Candle Gift – Christmas Edition

October 17th, 2017

Carefully curated by the scent experts at Yankee Candle, this limited edition Yankee Candle Gift is a bespoke combination of your favourite fragrances. Whether you want to spoil that special someone or surprise your best friend, this gift set is a perfect celebration of festive luxury.

This gift set contains:
X1 Sparkling Cinnamon Medium Jar Candle
X1 Clean Cotton Small Jar Candle
X3 All is Bright Votive Candles
X2 Berry Trifle Votive Candles
X2 Snowflake Cookie Votive Candles
X2 Ruby Bucket Votive Holders
X12 Winter Glow Scented Tea Light Candles


Adidas 50% + 25% Off With Code

October 17th, 2017


October 17th, 2017


October 17th, 2017

Free Boots Eye Test (Worth £25)

October 17th, 2017

Boots is offering FREE eye tests worth £25. To claim yours, book your appointment online or call Boots directly. Their thorough check-up includes digital retinal photography, which tracks your eye health over time, and you can choose to make your appointment at any participating Boots Opticians.

To get your free Boots eye test, click ‘get freebie’ and then go to ‘book now’ to book yours online. If you’d rather call up, you can contact them on 0345 125 3766 (charges may apply). You’ll need to print off your voucher to take along to your appointment, which you can do by clicking ‘download’.

You’ll need to print off your voucher to take along to your appointment to get your free eye test, which you can do by clicking ‘download’.