Morrisons is selling a delicious looking Valentine's meal deal for two for £15

 Lockdown can't cancel love.

Valentine's Day may be looking a little different this year, but Lockdown can't cancel love. You've got the gifts and flowers sorted, but what about dinner?Well Morrisons has you covered. The supermarket has just unveiled a Dine in for Two meal deal where you get a three course meal with wine for just £15. And there are so many options including a full meal of vegan dishes.Each meal deal includes starters, mains, two sides, dessert and wine or a soft drink. Wine options even include the stores premium prosecco.Available to order online or pick up in store on your weekly shop, the varied and carefully crafted menu has something for everyone and takes the pressure off the big day for you both to sit back and enjoy.Starters include Scottish Cooked Mussels in Chianti Red Wine & Iberico Chorizo Sauce, Camembert Tear and Share Bread, Garlic and Cream Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms, and Vegan Chorizo palmier.

While for mains there are options like British Beef Wellington, Lamb shanks, Vegan Mushroom and Leek bake, Salmon with Honey & Fennel Butter and 21 Day Matured Rump Steaks With Peppercorn Butter.Finish your plate with sides like Chunky Chips with Cornish Sea Salt and Black Pepper, Green Vegetable Medley , Cauliflower Cheese or Maris Piper Dauphinoise Potatoes among other options.And if you don't have room after that, deserts like Raspberry Panna Cotta, Twin Tarte au Citron, Salted Caramel & Chocolate Profiteroles and Vegan Chocolate Pudding will tempt you to make some.To finish the deal you can pick from a wide selection of wines and luxury soft drinks and fruit presses.The deal is available to buy from the 10-14 of February and we're tempted to buy it four times over so we can try out all the different dishes. Who says you can't have Valentine's dinner four days in a row? There are no rules this year.Morrisons The Best Dine in for Two Valentine’s Meal Deal will be available in-store and online from Wednesday 10 February until Sunday 14 February

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Shun The Confusion: Here’s The Perfect Valentine Gifting Guide For Your Girl

 The most romantic day of the year needs special attention. Valentine’s day is celebrated on February 14th every year to honour love and make our partners feel special. While it has been long celebrating this day, one can hardly think of new and out of the box ideas. If your relationship is brand new, or in its golden years, you need to keep the spark alive.But what if we tell you you can ditch the old flowers and chocolates and surprise her with a unique gift this year?Hold on to the seats and pick the gift she will definitely love. 

1. Beauty Box:A customised gift box will sweep her off her feet. Many online stores present in the market work to create customised beauty boxes for the ladies. Give in the necessary information like her skin type and tone, and voila, her beauty box will be delivered at her doorstep, and you will be well appreciated for this romantic gesture. 

 2. Instant Camera:While the polaroids have made a comeback, no relationship is complete without a perfect polaroid these days. Capture the beautiful memories with her instantly and gift her this camera for her to cherish forever. You can also combine fairy lights with this one as it can add to the decor when she decided to hand these polaroids across her rooms.

 3. Donut Bouquet:Yes, you heard it right. We have done flower and chocolate bouquets, and it’s time to bring it back with a twist. If she has a sweet tooth, there is nothing better than a donut bouquet to help her satisfy those sweet cravings. You can also write a personalised message on the donuts and get it delivered. Donut delivery London will get heavy traffic, so make sure you book the slots right on time. 

 4. Cashmere Sweater:Has she ever walked past a store and gushed at a cashmere piece of cloth? If yes, gift her a beautiful coloured cashmere sweater that will keep her warm and cosy and remind her of you every time she puts it on. It is one of the most thoughtful gifts, and she will surely appreciate you taking out time to pick this sweater for her. 

 5. A Wristwatch:If you have been in a relationship for very long and are looking for a more serious gift, then we suggest you pick the good ol’ option of a wristwatch. Several cool brands have come up with some fantastic designs giving the old classics a new twist. Pick a watch that best suits her personality, and that goes with almost every outfit. This is sure to become her new favourite accessory. 

 6. Yoga Mat:Not all gifts have to be romantic. If your girl is into fitness and health, she will appreciate you picking out thoughtful gifts for her. A lovely comfortable yoga mat is all she needs to get her everyday yoga going. Make a statement by giving her a thoughtful gift, and she will love how you notice everything about her. 

 While gifts are a way to say how much we appreciate our partner, make sure you communicate the same by choosing perfect gifts. A gift is not just a materialistic asset but a way to show someone you care for them. Make a list and get going; what are you waiting for?

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Ariana Grande sends Secret Santa gifts to young hospital patients in Manchester

 The pop star has surprised hundreds of young patients in a pair of Manchester hospitals

Ariana Grande has brought some Christmas cheer to hundreds of young hospital patients in Manchester.

The pop star has surprised hundreds of children at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI) with an Amazon voucher each worth £100.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, the father of one of the patents said his daughter was “absolutely delighted” with the kind gesture, describing the ‘7 Rings’ singer as “a wonderful human being”.

“She said, ‘look dad, I’ve got a £100 voucher from Ariana Grande’,” he continued. “It was in a little personalised box with no message on it and no note to say who it’s from. It’s such a lovely gesture and there’s no publicity around it so you know it’s genuine.“It’s brought a lot of joy after everything that’s gone in with the pandemic this year. It’s been a tough year with my daughter being in hospital. The staff there are great and so hard working.”

Grande’s affiliation with Manchester began after a terror attack ended her concert in the city in 2017. The day after the attack she tweeted: “Broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”A fortnight later she returned to Manchester to visit survivors in hospital as well as the families who had lost loved ones in the attack.Grande then staged the One Love benefit concert at Old Trafford cricket ground, which raised over £2 million for the families who were affected by the attack.

Earlier this year, the pop star shared a message of solidarity to her fans ahead of the third anniversary of the Manchester bombing.“Not a day goes by that this doesn’t affect you and all of us still,” Grande wrote on Instagram. “I will be thinking of you all week and weekend.”

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Care home staff in tears after school children visit to sing them Christmas carols

 EXCLUSIVE Children from Walkley Primary School in Sheffield visited Northfield Nursing home and handed out some gifts to hard-working staff

Care home staff ended up in floods of tears after school children popped over to sing Christmas carols to the workers and their residents.Residents beamed with joy as they watched the group of children from Walkley Primary School from behind the windows at Northfield Nursing home in Sheffield.The youngsters from Year Six also handed over small gifts and personalised cards to the residents.Staff at Northfield Nursing Home in Sheffield were hit hard by the pandemic this year as they battled to keep residents safe.

It is one of two care homes run by Palms Row Health Care in Sheffield. The third recently closed down because of the effects of Covid-19.At the height of the pandemic the three homes saw a total of 25 people die of coronavirus as the virus swept through the homes.But this week their elderly residents beamed with joy as they watched the group of children from Walkley Primary School from behind their windows at Northfield Nursing home in Sheffield.

The youngsters from Year Six also handed over small gifts and personalised cards to the residents.Nicola Richards from Palm Row Healthcare said: “It was lovely, they brought presents and cards for the residents. Some of the staff were in tears.“The residents had laminated cards to say ‘sounds beautiful’ and ‘thank you’. They were all singing in the dining room afterwards.“The spirit even when they were gone, they were all really happy.“It’s really generous of the school what they’ve done. It was really uplifting.

“Staff were really emotional about it, they said they could not stop crying. They did three songs and the staff were singing with them.“The residents were all in the conservatory area and the gazebo into the garden and the children were all under the gazebo area with the teachers.”Their teacher, Jenna Leverton, said: “It was so nice to see the residents.“To see them singing along with smiles on their faces was lovely. And the carers because it has not been easy for them.“It was nice for the children to see. We did a talk before with the children to explain they won’t be with their families for Christmas.

“It really hit home with the children because they are quite a sensitive group of 10 year old.“The children said it was nice to see the residents joining in and smiling.They were buzzing.All the children wrote a card and in the centre was a heart and a message.Most of them wrote things like; ‘We know Christmas is different for you this year but we hope this message brings you some festive cheer.” 

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