Today in the Dunlopillo head office we are holding our very own Cupcake Day for Alzheimer’s Society. Cupcake Day is a day dedicated to defeating dementia with the help of the small but mighty cupcake, aiming to raise funds and awareness of the fight against dementia. 850,000 people in the UK have dementia and this is set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. Many of our talented office staff have been whisking up a storm this week in.
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Cupcake Day for Alzheimer’s Society!
Get to bed if you’re getting wed!
With engagement announcements blowing like confetti through our Facebook feeds, and wedding bells ringing throughout the land, there can be no doubting that wedding season is now in full swing! Whether you’re newly-engaged or on the home straight heading towards the aisle, every bride and groom can benefit from getting comfortable and enjoying a good night’s sleep in the run up to the Big Day. Here’s our Sleep Experts’ top tips on how to do just that… One year Before.
How To Get Good Sleep Whilst Travelling
Travelling can be highly rewarding, but there's no doubt about it—long hours on the road and jetlag can seriously hinder getting a good night’s sleep. Whether you're staying in a hotel or spending the night on a friend's couch, a little preparation goes a long way. Here are our tips for getting a better night’s sleep while travelling: 1. Book Smart If you're staying in a hotel, check out photos of the guest rooms before you leave. Look at the.
Dunlopillo headrest found at WWII crash site
It is great to see a Dunlopillo product has stood the test of time despite being lain buried in a field for 75 years. On Monday 5 October Archaeologists began excavating the crash site of a Second World War Spitfire fighter which plunged into the fen soil north of Huntingdon. The spitfire had lain undisturbed close to a wood at Holme Lode, since Novemeber 22 1940. Many significant artefacts such as the aircraft’s starter motor, parts of the wing and.