Sylvia Pope, from Swansea and fondly known as Nana Baubles, is the proud owner of 1,760 festive ornaments, a total recognised by the Guinness World Records, but hopes to reach 2,000 by the new year.
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Liverpool hoping for intervention from Reds legend
LIVERPOOL manager Jurgen Klopp is not allowing himself to even contemplate the dream scenario of a dramatic end to the title race where former captain Steven Gerrard does his old club a favour at Manchester City.
Ella trekking 100km for cancer fundraiser
ARTIST AIM TO RAISE £4,000 FOR AWARENESS CHARITY COPPAFEEL
Royal send-off as nuclear subs decommissioned
FINAL PARADE FOR CREWS OF HUNTER-KILLER SUBMARINES
Lottery winners scoop £30k prize
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Dawsons £200m richer as Range rakes in profits
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Get ready for a giant Jubilee celebration
PARADE AND PARTY PLANNED FOR THE WHOLE COMMUNITY
Stunning mural paintings vandalised
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Culture Secretary admits to breaching Netflix conditions
THE Culture Secretary has admitted she shares her Netflix password with four other households across the country.
DEALS TO BE EXTENDED
ARGYLE WILL TIE PLAYERS DOWN DURING SEASON
Eggbuckland Girls U15s team aiming for Cup Final success
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UK POLICE USE OF FACIAL RECOGNITION TESTS PUBLIC'S TOLERANCE
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Morgan: I'll try to get in Cooper's head
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Into the blue
A carefully-designed scheme, as well as a bold splash of colour, has brought Catrin and Jono's extended kitchen to life
I THOUGHT I'D ALWAYS BE BIG'
Overweight from childhood, Donna Ludlow, 35, had resigned herself to never being able to change
'YOU MUST TAKE FULL CONTROL'
RALF Rangnick had advised incoming United manager Erik ten Hag to throw himself into negotiations with prospective signings.
Warburton: I doubt I'll be at QPR next season
QPR manager Mark Warburton says he expects to leave the club at the end of the season.
Footie fans bid to save programmes
Dara Ó Briain hosts a tense new quiz show
The hottest postcode in the city
IT is the Manchester neighbourhood constantly finding its way into lists of the coolest places in the world – and now Ancoats has done it again, named as one of the UK’s “hottest” postcodes according to The Sunday Times.
Jogger is 'bitten' by Finding Nemo beast