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Iceni Magazine | July 19, 2018

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Iceni Magazine Norfolk is a FREE monthly digital Norfolk Lifestyle Magazine, launched in April 2013, covering the Norfolk Area.

Iceni Magazine is a content heavy magazine, specialising in good quality Norfolk relevant stories, news and events. Our website specialises in circulating Norfolk News, Events and Stories in real time, publishing regional content daily.

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Kids want to learn more traditional skills but parents lack the knowledge to teach them

July 18, 2018 |

Millions of kids want to learn more traditional skills but have parents who lack the knowledge to teach them, a study has found.

With summer holidays right around the corner, kids are getting excited at the prospect of … Read More

The average summer break from school will involve 11 day trips and 344 miles of travel

July 18, 2018 |

The average summer break from school will involve 11 day trips, 344 miles of travel – and two cases of sunburn, a study has revealed.

A survey of 2,000 British families found the long summer holiday away from … Read More

Lack of access to sanitary products has long-reaching effects on young women’s lives

July 18, 2018 |

Women who have experienced period poverty are more likely to suffer from anxiety or depression, struggle to pay their bills and have an unfulfilling love life, according to research.

A study of 1000 women, 500 of whom had … Read More

NNUH doctor develops new 3D mapping technique from routine scans to help arthritis patients

July 18, 2018 |

A new technique has been developed by a NNUH doctor that could detect arthritis earlier and help patients before their condition becomes debilitating.

Dr Tom Turmezei has been leading a research project to develop an algorithm that monitors … Read More

How to plan an incredible self-drive holiday in 4 simple steps

July 17, 2018 |

Want to get away this year, but fancy a change from your usual package holiday?

If you like the idea of exploring multiple destinations from the comfort of your own car, then a self-drive getaway could be the … Read More

Under The Sea this Summer at Kastle Kids!

July 17, 2018 |

Join the Kastle Kids team this Summer at Castle Mall shopping centre, as they venture Under the Sea for a holiday packed full of fun and laughter!

From Sunday 29th July until Sunday 2nd September, regular Kastle Kids events … Read More

Screen-obsessed children are turning their backs on the great outdoors

July 17, 2018 |

Screen-obsessed children are turning their backs on the great outdoors – in favour of the ‘great indoors’, it has emerged.

Researchers found the average six to 16-year-old enjoys a total of just SEVEN hours a week outdoors – … Read More

Inflatable Kid-Sized Roller Wheel

July 17, 2018 |

This inflatable kid-sized Roller Wheel has been designed with roly-poly fun in mind!

It’s the perfect size for youngsters to climb through or roll around in and is suitable for use both indoors and out.

Read More

Never Lose Your Keys

July 16, 2018 |

The Thumbs Up! Key Bricks not only looks good but is also an extremely effective organisational technique for those prone to misplacing their keys.

In a chaotic household if your guilty of picking up the wrong set … Read More

What You Need to Know about Solar Energy for Your Home in Australia

July 16, 2018 |

Solar energy is one of the most under-utilisedforms of energy as it hasn’t really reached its full potential yet.

Did you know that according to scientists, enough of the sun’s energy is able to fall on the earth’s … Read More

Majority of Brits plan to swap diesel for a more ‘planet-friendly’ fuel with their next car purchase

July 16, 2018 |

UK motorists look set to go green in the near future, as 55 per cent plan to swap diesel for a more ‘planet-friendly’ alternative with their next car purchase.

A study of 2,000 motorists currently in the market … Read More

This is the world’s most popular lottery number – and it’s not seven

July 16, 2018 |

The world’s most popular lottery number is 11 – pushing ‘lucky number seven’ down to second place, according to a study.

Analysts from Lottoland identified the top 10 numbers most commonly selected by its customers across 13 countries … Read More

Nearly half of work trips are more pleasure than business

July 16, 2018 |

Nearly half of work trips are more pleasure than business, it has emerged.

Researchers who carried out a detailed study found while many employees will claim the trips are ‘all work and no play’, the opposite is often … Read More

How to Stay on Top of Your Live Poker Game

July 16, 2018 |

We already did an article on the three best places to gamble in Norfolk. Now, it’s time to help you better your poker skills so you leave casinos with your chin held up high. These tips apply to … Read More

There’s No Shame in Choosing Alternative Clothing

July 13, 2018 |

It is easy for a lot of people to make judgements when it comes to those who wear clothes that are typically not the norm.

For instance, those who wear dark-colouredshirts with images of skulls and dragons on … Read More

These are the top 40 foods and drinks Brits struggle to pronounce

July 13, 2018 |

Quinoa, tzatziki and pain au chocolat are among the foods we regularly eat – but are unable to pronounce, a study has found.

A poll of 2,000 adults found a huge percentage struggle to correctly say the foods … Read More

Only Fools and Horses tops list of 50 TV shows Brits watch on repeat

July 13, 2018 |

Only Fools and Horses, Friends and Blue Planet are among the TV shows Brits are most likely to watch on repeat, a study has found.

A poll of 2,000 adults found 87 per cent have re-watched their favourite … Read More

Tips to kick-start a successful career in digital marketing

July 13, 2018 |

Are you looking to foray into the digital marketing world?

Well, there is no better time than right now. With the increase in number of internet users and multitude of websites, digital marketing has become the need of … Read More

The average British home contains £34,000 worth of ‘wasted space’

July 12, 2018 |

The average British home contains £34,000 worth of ‘wasted space’, according to a study.

Researchers polled 2,000 homeowners and found 15 per cent of the typical British dwelling is completely unused.

And based on the average … Read More

Courtney Act is helping kids who feel ‘unaccepted’ by their peers

July 12, 2018 |

More than half of the nation’s young people feel ‘unaccepted’ by their peers, teachers or families, it has emerged.

The study, which aimed to uncover the worries of the nation’s youth, found 56 per cent feel they can’t … Read More

Hogwarts tops list of the castles kids most want to visit – despite not being real

July 12, 2018 |

Hogwarts is the castle kids most want to visit, it has emerged.

The School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from J.K. Rowling OBE’s Harry Potter books and movies topped the poll of 1,000 kids aged six to 16 – … Read More

There ain’t no party like a Ping Pong Party!

July 12, 2018 |

Shoppers at Castle Mall can take part in the first ever Ping Pong Party on Saturday 21st July from 10am. 

The free party includes party bags for the first 50 people, free tea, coffee, biscuits and cake as … Read More

The Ivy Norwich Brasserie set to open on London Street this summer

July 12, 2018 |

The Ivy Collection is delighted to announce the opening of The Ivy Norwich Brasserie this summer.

Located within the heart of Norwich and catering for up to 129 guests, the brasserie will offer sophisticated and friendly all-day dining … Read More

The Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays 2018

July 12, 2018 |

The Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays are back, following their successful sell-out shows in 2016 at Norwich Castle.

Performed every two years, the 2018 production will take place in the atmospheric, medieval surroundings of Norwich Castle and Norwich Cathedral. … Read More

These are the top 50 bad habits Brits say they are plagued with

July 12, 2018 |

Comfort eating, swearing, stressing – and spending too much time on social media are among the nation’s worst bad habits, a study has found.

A poll of 2,000 Brits revealed the average adult has three irritating behaviours with … Read More

Things you can improve by demo trading the market

July 12, 2018 |

People always try hard to become successful in their life.

But sadly most of us end up with an average lifestyle. You might be a very qualified person with a top class degree from a renowned university in … Read More

Charity launches campaign to protect rural and farming communities from crime

July 11, 2018 |

The harm caused by crime in rural areas of Norfolk has prompted Crimestoppers to launch a campaign calling on local people to speak up and pass on information about those who are responsible.

It’s estimated around 60% of … Read More

This unpopular baby name is making a comeback thanks to England’s World Cup success

July 11, 2018 |

One of the UK’s most unpopular baby names could be about to make a comeback – thanks to England’s World Cup success.

‘Gareth’ was ranked 117 in the popularity charts in 1996 – the year England reached the semi-finals of … Read More

These are the annoying habits which leave us fuming when watching TV

July 11, 2018 |

Talking during crucial moments of a TV show, having the ending spoiled – and sitting through adverts are among the nation’s biggest television bugbears, according to research.

As the nation is glued to the TV thanks to the … Read More

This is the age Brits reach their ‘style crossroads’

July 10, 2018 |

Women reach their ‘style crossroads’ at 40, while men start to find clothes shopping trickier at 37 years of age, according to research.

A study of 2,000 adults identified this as the stage in their lives when they … Read More

This is the difference between going ‘out’ – and going ‘out-out’

July 10, 2018 |

Experts have finally revealed the difference between going ‘out’ – and going ‘out-out’.

The long-standing dilemma of how to tell whether you are out for a few drinks or out for the night was famously brought to the … Read More

Study finds that one in four children worry about their physical appearance

July 10, 2018 |

One in four children worry about their physical appearance, it has emerged.

The alarming revelation was revealed amid a study of 1,000 kids aged nine to 16, which also showed four out of 10 have received negative comments … Read More

New bereavement midwife appointed to support families

July 10, 2018 |

A new Bereavement Midwife role has been created at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to support families who experience baby loss.

Earlier in the year, the hospital signed up to the National Bereavement Care Pathway (NBCP) … Read More

3 Ways E-Commerce is Changing Logistics

July 10, 2018 |

Providing convenience for shoppers and with more choice than ever before, e-commerce is continuing to boom.

This is having a knock-on effect on a variety of industries, but none more so more than logistics. With an increase in … Read More

Can’t Beat A Chance To Win Free Money!

July 6, 2018 |

In a world of lottery in the UK where Camelot have doubled the ticket price for the Lotto draw as well as increasing the number of balls in then draw to 59, making the odds of winning … Read More

Festival-goers are vowing to drink less at events this summer

July 5, 2018 |

The days of festival-goers drinking themselves into oblivion are on the wane – after a study found a third of music fans are vowing to drink less at events this summer.

Researchers who carried out a detailed study … Read More

The Brik Buster Tower Toppling Game

July 5, 2018 |

The perfect game for family fun brik by brik! 

Play by the rules, or make up your own, the direction it takes is up to you as children explore their new found sense of creativity. With five stories of fun … Read More

Millions of Brits admit they struggle to spend time with their own friends

July 3, 2018 |

Millions of Brits struggle to spend time with their own friends – because they are too busy or can’t afford to catch up, a study has found.

Hectic work schedules and a lack of cash mean three quarters … Read More

Millions of Brits are ‘fed-up’ with ‘overly complicated’ web and phone security measures

July 3, 2018 |

Millions of Brits are ‘fed-up’ with ‘overly complicated’ web and phone security measures, a study has found.

Researchers who polled 2,000 UK adults found 77 per cent don’t see the need for what they consider ‘unnecessary’ procedures.

Essentials For Providing Site Welfare

July 2, 2018 |

Keeping construction teams operating safely and efficiently on site is clearly vital, but a property developer or building firm needs to go further than that.

These days, it’s also important to have robust plans – and the right … Read More

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