Four new 50p coins worth up to 120 times their value will be added to the Beatrix Potter collection this year. Peter Rabbit, Mrs Tittlemouse and Flopsy Bunny will feature on the coloured coins that will enter circulation for a limited time. The coins will also include a helpful mouse from the story of the Tailor Of Gloucester. Peter Rabbit is the first of the four furry characters to go on sale today which is available to buy for £60.00 on The Royal Mint ’s website.
The world’s most famous steam engine will puff large clouds of steam and smoke across the UK again this year as it hauls its annual summer tour. The renowned Flying Scotsman will embark on its third national passenger trip in April since returning to service in 2016 for the first time in 40 years. Dates announced so far include Edinburgh, Cumbria, the Chiltern Hills and North Downs.
Scenes for hit BBC drama Hard Sun filmed on Anglesey will be featured in a new DVD box set of the series. Some fans of the pre-apocalyptic programme that concluded last weekend were left disappointed when it emerged clips shot on Parys Mountain near Amlwch had been removed. The first episode that aired last month was due to open with scenes featuring the 4,000-year-old mine as the backdrop. But the orange-coloured alien-like landscape did not appear.
@LSRPlaid Hi Liz, Lydia here from the Daily Post. Hoping to get your response to the answers given by Dr Phillip Lee on the questions you raised about HMP Berwyn, Wrexham on February 1. Are you free to chat this afternoon at all?
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