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nights have been spent in a tent by siblings William and Sophie Lacey. At the time of writing, they have raised £2,440 for Treetops Hospice Care in Derbyshire by camping in their garden.


gloves pinched by a cheeky cat are being offered back to their owners. Vikki Maddocks, from Belper, said her cat Elmo “drops them at my feet and looks at me, really proud”. It’s not the first time we’ve brought you strange goingson from Belper. The town also has the Belper Moo, where residents moo every evening, and there’s new moos about that on p4.


has been donated to Severn Hospice after a couple sold their house in a charity prize draw. Nigel and Jane Chaloner are looking to get a smaller home for their retirement. They sold raffle tickets for £2 each to give people a chance to win their home, and gave £120,000 to the hospice.

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