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Major shake-up at Primark as it opens self-service system but fears on how to exit store
Primark as the company is introducing a self-service system at its stores - but there are concerns at how shoppers get out of the shops.Budget shoppers are about to see big changes at the fashion store, as the project is set to be rolled out across further branches.The retailer has been trialling self-service check-outs, similar to the types seen in supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsbury's, at certain branches - but now the scheme is set to be rolled out at even more stores.READ MORE: Woman tries full face of Primark makeup and result leaves people 'running to shop'At first the scheme was tested out at Primark's Sheffield and Northampton stores, but now the system is being expanded to try and help customers cut time if they don't want to wait in lengthy queues.The next phase of the trial will see three more stores try out the self-service system.According to the Mirror the reaction to the idea so far has been "positive."A spokesperson for the retailer said: "Earlier this year we launched a trial of self-service checkouts in our Sheffield and Northampton stores. "The response so far has been really positive, especially from customers who are short on time or making smaller purchases."We’re rolling the trial out to our West Bromwich, Kingston and Coventry stores in the coming weeks to help us understand further the benefits that self-service checkouts bring."The tills have already been installed in the stores, and have also got people talking on social media.TikTok user @samirahhxoxo posted a video of the tills, and said it all looked "bougee."In other words, it looks quite fancy.
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Ashley Cain completes first of 5 runs in 5 days for childhood cancer charity in memory of daughter Azaylia
Ashley Cain has started the first of five planned charity marathon runs in aid of a foundation in honour of his late daughter that will span across five major cities in Ireland and the UK over the next five days.The runs are to mark the second birthday on August 10 of his daughter Azaylia, who died of ‘a rare and aggressive’ form of leukaemia last April aged eight months.Ashley and Azaylia’s mum, Safiyya Vorajee, had hoped to take her to Singapore for specialist treatment to save her life, but were tragically told her condition had worsened and it was no longer an option.His route through Dublin on Wednesday began at Fitzwilliam Square, passed Stephen’s Green and went through the Phoenix Park, Crumlin, Terenure and Ballsbridge before finishing back in the city centre at just before 4.30pm.He will then undertake marathon routes in Belfast on Thursday, Glasgow on Friday, Cardiff on Saturday and finish in London on Sunday.Ashley, who played for Coventry City and later featured in reality TV show Ex On The Beach, founded The Azaylia Foundation to help fight childhood cancer through advancing early diagnosis and new treatment availability in the UK.After completing a 100-mile ultra marathon in April, Ashley is to undertake three further athletic challenges this month, starting with these five marathons in five days across the five cities.The star will be joined by friends, family and public figures along the routes, having received support from cousin Tamika Cain and Rehan Khalid for today’s run.Taking to Instagram after his first marathon, Ashley, who was looking forward to a pint of Guinness, said: ‘First of five, done and dusted. Dubs, it’s been a pleasure.
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Yungblud announces intimate UK and Europe shows
Yungblud has shared details of an intimate UK and European tour.The artist will play smaller venues as part of his ‘International As Fuck Tour’, taking in shows in Dublin, Dundee, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Coventry, Bournemouth, Southampton, Kingston upon Thames, Brighton, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Wien, Berlin, Milano and Madrid between October 18 and November 15, 2022.Tickets are on sale now via his official website.The Doncaster singer-songwriter is currently on tour playing festivals in Europe ahead of shows in Australia, New Zealand and the US.Yungblud UK and Europe tour dates 2022:OCTOBERThursday October 20 – Dundee, Fat SamsFriday October 21 – Newcastle, Boiler RoomSaturday October 22 – Leeds, Riley Smith TheatreSunday October 23 – Liverpool, Hangar 34Monday October 24 – Coventry, HMV EmpireTuesday October 25 – Bournemouth, Old Fire StationWednesday October 26 – Southampton 1865Thursday October 27 – Kingston, PryzmSaturday October 29 – Brighton, ChalkIn other news, Yungblud recently released new single ‘Don’t Feel Like Feeling Sad Today‘, which is taken from his self-titled third album that arrives on September 2.In a press release, the artist (real name Dominic Harrison) explained that he wrote the song “to help me stand up”, declaring that, “To me, this song is what happiness feels like. A defiant sort of happiness.
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