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On Friday 15th July 2016 we will be closing 1 hour early at 4pm for staff training. The same day dispatch cut off is 3.30pm. If you place an order after this point, it will be dispatched on Saturday morning. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we will be open for business as usual on Saturday.
We’re back with the second in our series on how to make your summer holiday special when you need a plaster cast or dressing. We’ve already talked over what you need to keep in mind while travelling with a plaster cast – especially when it comes to flying. But surely once you’ve actually arrived at your destination, there won’t be much for you to do anyway thanks to your cast getting in the way of everything, right? Don’t be so sure. You can still find plenty of ways to make your break exciting and memorable for all the right reasons. Around the pool
Picture it. You’ve booked the hotel and the flights, the suitcases are packed (well, if you’re totally prepared, anyway…) and everybody’s got that feeling of excitement that can only come from a holiday abroad. And then… something goes wrong and you end causing yourself a nasty injury. Or, even worse, you get the call saying that your darling child has fallen out of a tree or hurt themselves playing sports.
There’s never a good time to pick up an injury, however minor it may be. The first thoughts that go from most of our heads when we feel a twinge, break, tear or sprain of how our bodies are going to fix themselves and get back to their best – and that’s before we even know what’s happened or how long it’s going to take.
(picture via GoFundMe) LimbO needs your help to help fly a terminally ill mother home from America, so she can spend her last few weeks with her family and friends. Lindsey Gates from Emsworth is stuck in America with a broken leg after fracturing it in a hotel bathroom, while she was out on holiday at Disney World Resort in Florida.