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Leftover bananas? No problem! Treat yourself to a delicious banana bread!

If you've got a handful of overripe bananas sat in your fruit bowl, this is a great bake to whip up particularly as you can sit down with a slice and a cuppa!

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Five ways you can make others and yourself feel good

During such uncertain times, we want to help you with ideas of how you can help others and yourself to feel good!

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Who to call upon if you need help or advice during self-isolation

Over the coming weeks, you might find you have questions that need answering or you might just need a chat. Here are 5 ways you can get in touch with someone to help you.

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Where you can shop early for your weekly food shop

Supermarkets across the country have recognised the need for specific opening hours for the elderly and vulnerable individuals. Here are the opening times of some of your favourite places for your weekly food shop!

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Keeping yourself active during self-isolation

Keeping yourself active is important for both mind and body but whilst the coming weeks might make that a little challenging, we've come up with a few ways to keep you moving!

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Coronavirus statement - updated 26th March

As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to develop in the UK, the health and wellbeing of our Owners, Customers and Colleagues is our top priority.

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Churchill's Warming Morning events raise over £14,000 for local charities across the charity

We're delighted to announce that we've raised over £14,000 through our Warming Morning events this year, benefiting a range of local charities.

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A new life for Winston's bodyguard

Cyril Richards, apartment owner at Neville Lodge in Peacehaven, was once bodyguard to Winston Churchill and this is what led him to the development in East Sussex today.

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