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July 3rd, 2019
Joe Redman
Other
Call us optimists, but we’ve got high hopes for another long hot summer this year! And when the sun is shining, the kids are off school, what is better than enjoying a leisurely picnic all together in the great outdoors? And what’s more, it’s now officially National Picnic Month. So what are you waiting for? Here are a few ideas on perfecting your next picnic, the only thing you can’t control is the weather – so keep your fingers crossed! Enjoy.   What to eat?
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June 20th, 2019
Joe Redman
Business
You’re looking at the LimbO blog, which means you’re either considering purchasing one of our waterproof protectors, or you’re an existing customer. If you’re an existing customer, the chances are you’re also a LimbO convert. We love getting feedback from our customers about their great experiences using our protectors. It’s because of the positive feedback we get from our customers that we’re launching a new project, #myLimbOstory.  
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June 10th, 2019
Joe Redman
Other
Father’s Day is just around the corner and we don’t want to presume anything, but just in case you’ve left buying a present and card a little bit late, maybe these DIYs will help. This year Father’s Day falls on Sunday 16th June and if you’re struggling for inspiration, worry no more. We’ve got some ideas that can turn this Father’s Day around from failure, to fabulous! Colourful kites
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June 4th, 2019
Joe Redman
Other
Legs Matter is a campaign to highlight the importance of leg and foot health. From 3rd to 7th June 2019, Legs Matter Week will be explaining how leg and foot problems are one of the biggest health challenges of our time.
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May 1st, 2019
Joe Redman
Other
Next month from 11th to 17th June, Diabetes Week is taking place to fight for a world where diabetes can do no harm. Diabetes is a common long-term health problem in the UK, affecting around 3.7 million people in the UK alone and the number of people diagnosed with it is rising rapidly. People living with a diagnosis of the condition has more than doubled in the last 20 years and it is estimated that up to 549,000 people have the condition but have yet to be diagnosed.
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