• Win a night of ultimate outdoor cinema

    We're giving one lucky reader and three guests the chance to win a fantastic night out at one of The Luna Cinema's open-air screenings, taking your pick from events held in spectacular locations such as the grounds of palaces, racecourses, botanical gardens including, for the first time ever, Westminster Abbey, Chatsworth House in Derbyshire and the Royal Crescent in Bath. For an added touch of luxury, our winners will have premium tickets, offering a prime viewing position in a branded director's chair – plus £100 to spend on food and drink at the venue. That's if they can tear themselves

  • Perrie Edwards enjoys romantic holiday with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: see photos

    Perrie Edwards and her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain certainly appear to be enjoying their first holiday together! The couple have jetted off for a romantic getaway at a tropical destination, and have been sharing photos from the trip with their fans on social media. STORY: Perrie Edwards looks loved up as she holidays with boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain The Little Mix star hasn't revealed their holiday destination, but it appears to be a luxurious far-flung location where they are staying in an overwater villa with its own private outdoor terrace. The couple appear to be making the most of the activities on offer;

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  • Inside the world's first fully accessible waterpark in Texas

    A new water park has opened in the US aiming to be fully accessible to anyone with a disability or mobility issues. Morgan's Inspiration Island in San Antonio, Texas, describes itself as the world's first all-inclusive splash park, and even offers free entry for anyone with a special need. STORY: Get all the details on the 'UK Disneyland' theme park Designed to cater for everyone regardless of their ability or age, the launch of the fun new splash park will be something the whole family will be able to enjoy, with the whole park entirely wheelchair accessible so no one has