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A dream job for any fans of TV comedy Derry Girls


CALLING all Derry Girls fans. Here are details of your dream job! A website called Meanwhile In Ireland is looking for someone to be a Derry Girls critic for three weeks and they will get paid for the privilege. You can do it in your own time, from home, and will get paid £13.25 per hour (it will involve four-six hours per week). Applicatio­ns need to be in by March 10 and there is more informatio­n on the website ( meanwhilei­nireland.com/ dream-job-derry-girls).

IF YOU can get to London this weekend, your child could have a spin on the London Eye for free. All they have to do is come dressed as a character from their favourite book because it’s all to celebrate World Book Day (which was on Thursday). Any child can get a free ticket so long as one full-price adult ticket is bought with it and it’s booked in advance at the London Eye website (londoneye.com/whatson/events/world-book-day/).

MARCH is ‘Free Wills Month’, which means anyone aged 55 and over can get a will written for them for free. The idea is that you’re supposed to consider leaving money to a charity in it, although there is no obligation to do so. All you need to do is fill in the form at freewillsm­onth.org.uk to find participat­ing solicitors near you.

GET 15 per cent off all Nicky Clarke products, including hair straighten­ers, dryers and gift sets, with our exclusive discount code MAIL15. Use it at the NickyClark­e. com checkout. Do it fast, though. The code expires on Friday, March 10.

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