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21 May 19
The Sun
AS many as 34 percent of adults still sleep with a soft toy every night, while 15 percent admit they can’t sleep without it, a nationwide survey has found. 17 percent confess they still cuddle a teddy when they’re upset, and nearly one in ten (nine percent) say they’d rather share a bed with their teddy than their own partner. A third of British adults still sleep with a cuddly toy at night The study found almost half (44 percent) of the nation have held onto their teddies and dolls, whether at their house or their parents’ home. In fact, four in ten Brits have a room in their parent’s house which remains packed with all their childhood dolls and teddies, with five percent of adults demanding their old bedroom is kept the same as it always was, as a shrine to their youth. The research, commissioned to mark the launch of Hotpoint’s new ActiveCare washing machine, found eleven percent of British adults have taken their special soft toy on holiday with them, and five percent have even sneaked it into work. That means that there are some well-travelled toys in the world, with the average British teddy bear having journeyed a whopping 1,365 miles. And despite the fact they may need a wash after all that travel, they’re only cleaned once every seven years. As our childhood toys are so well loved, it’s no surprise that when they do go missing the effects can be severe. 24 percent of people who had misplaced a teddy or doll said they felt “devastated” by the loss of their beloved toy. VITAL FOR THEIR HOUSEHOLD Teddies and other soft toys are still important for modern families, with 63 percent of parents saying that they are “vital” for their household and a third (33 percent) saying they couldn’t manage bedtime without them. And 53 percent of parents saying that it has been a “nightmare” when their child lost their special soft toy. The study found that the average British parent will spend 6 working days a year hunting high and low for lost special toys in their household. Jennifer Taylor, Head of Brand at Hotpoint, commented “This research proves the lasting influence teddies have on the nation. They can provide a great source of comfort at all stages of life, and we understand how losing or damaging them can cause significant emotional upheaval. “With teddy bears being such a well-travelled member of the family, Hotpoint is on hand to care for them with our ActiveCare range, which washes at just 20 degrees. “And for those lost bears, we’re hoping that our lost and found labels will help parents (and adult teddy bear lovers alike) get reunited with any lost favourite toys as quickly as possible.” The study found that men are more likely to say they have thrown away teddies, with only 34 percent saying they’ve held on to their favourite comforting bear, compared to half of women. However, when the teddy bears were lost, men were more devastated than women, with 21 percent saying they felt like they’d lost their best friend, compared to just 19 percent of women. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN UK NEWS” posts_category=”327″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Plymouth was the most teddy-reliant city in Britain, where nearly three quarters (74 percent) of adults admitted clinging on to their soft toys. Understanding the emotional importance of teddy bears Hotpoint is giving away thousands of lost and found labels to help ensure that any lost toys are reunited with their owners as quickly as possible. Hotpoint will be giving away the specially created ‘Lost & Found’ labels via the Hotpoint Facebook page from Monday 20th May. Men are more likely to be devastated after the loss of their favourite toy but women love them too [bc_video video_id=”6026848091001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Build-A-Bear – How to build a custom bear online just like you would in the store with personalised touches such as voice recordings”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
AS many as 34 percent of adults still sleep with a soft toy every night, while 15 percent admit they can’t sleep without it, a nationwide survey has found. 17 percent confess they still cuddle a teddy when they’re upset, and nearly one in ten (nine percent) say they’d rather share a bed with their teddy than their own partner. A third of British adults still sleep with a cuddly toy at night The study found almost half (44 percent) of the nation have held onto their teddies and dolls, whether at their house or their parents’ home. In fact, four in ten Brits have a room in their parent’s house which remains packed with all their childhood dolls and teddies, with five percent of adults demanding their old bedroom is kept the same as it always was, as a shrine to their youth. The research, commissioned to mark the launch of Hotpoint’s new ActiveCare washing machine, found eleven percent of British adults have taken their special soft toy on holiday with them, and five percent have even sneaked it into work. That means that there are some well-travelled toys in the world, with the average British teddy bear having journeyed a whopping 1,365 miles. And despite the fact they may need a wash after all that travel, they’re only cleaned once every seven years. As our childhood toys are so well loved, it’s no surprise that when they do go missing the effects can be severe. 24 percent of people who had misplaced a teddy or doll said they felt “devastated” by the loss of their beloved toy. VITAL FOR THEIR HOUSEHOLD Teddies and other soft toys are still important for modern families, with 63 percent of parents saying that they are “vital” for their household and a third (33 percent) saying they couldn’t manage bedtime without them. And 53 percent of parents saying that it has been a “nightmare” when their child lost their special soft toy. The study found that the average British parent will spend 6 working days a year hunting high and low for lost special toys in their household. Jennifer Taylor, Head of Brand at Hotpoint, commented “This research proves the lasting influence teddies have on the nation. They can provide a great source of comfort at all stages of life, and we understand how losing or damaging them can cause significant emotional upheaval. “With teddy bears being such a well-travelled member of the family, Hotpoint is on hand to care for them with our ActiveCare range, which washes at just 20 degrees. “And for those lost bears, we’re hoping that our lost and found labels will help parents (and adult teddy bear lovers alike) get reunited with any lost favourite toys as quickly as possible.” The study found that men are more likely to say they have thrown away teddies, with only 34 percent saying they’ve held on to their favourite comforting bear, compared to half of women. However, when the teddy bears were lost, men were more devastated than women, with 21 percent saying they felt like they’d lost their best friend, compared to just 19 percent of women. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN UK NEWS” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Plymouth was the most teddy-reliant city in Britain, where nearly three quarters (74 percent) of adults admitted clinging on to their soft toys. Understanding the emotional importance of teddy bears Hotpoint is giving away thousands of lost and found labels to help ensure that any lost toys are reunited with their owners as quickly as possible. Hotpoint will be giving away the specially created ‘Lost & Found’ labels via the Hotpoint Facebook page from Monday 20th May. Men are more likely to be devastated after the loss of their favourite toy but women love them too [bc_video video_id=”6026848091001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Build-A-Bear – How to build a custom bear online just like you would in the store with personalised touches such as voice recordings”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
21 May 19
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21 May 19
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20 May 19
Metro
Very cute, but are you sure you still need to sleep with him? (Picture: Getty Images/Moment RF) A survey has found as many as 34 percent of adults still sleep with a soft toy every night, while 15 percent admit they can’t sleep without theirs. 17 percent confess they still cuddle a teddy when they’re upset, and an incredibly depressing almost one in ten (9%) say they’d rather share a bed with their teddy than their own partner. The study, carried out by Hotpoint to celebrate the launch of their ActiveCare washing machine, spoke to 2,000 people and found that almost half (44%) of the nation have held onto their teddies and dolls, whether at their house or their parents’ home. Continuing the theme that we’re a nation of adult babies, 40% of Brits have a bedroom in their parent’s house which remains packed with all their childhood dolls and teddies, with five percent of adults demanding that their old bedroom is kept the same as it always was, as a shrine to their youth. How healthy and well adjusted. The research also found eleven percent of British adults have taken their special soft toy on holiday with them, and five percent have even sneaked it into work. Yes, 5% of human adults have smuggled a teddy into work with them. The mind boggles. With such reliance on childhood toys, it’s no surprise that when they do go missing the effects can be severe. 24% of people who had misplaced a teddy or doll said they felt “devastated” by the loss of their beloved toy. When the teddy bears were lost, men were on average more devastated than women, with 21% saying they felt like they’d lost their best friend, compared to just 19 percent of women. Best friend, guys. BEST FRIEND. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/03/19/boy-with-autism-calls-911-to-locate-lost-teddy-bear-and-cops-come-to-help-8943054/” title=”Boy with autism calls 911 to locate lost teddy bear – and cops come to help”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/20/costa-rica-can-enrich-mind-body-soul-9421879/” title=”This is how Costa Rica can enrich your mind, body AND soul”]
20 May 19
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19 May 19
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17 May 19
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14 May 19
The Sun
A GRAN claims her three-bed house was gutted by a fire that started in her tumble dryer. Tracy Bonsor, 60, said the blaze began in her Hotpoint Aquarius dryer a few minutes after she put a pair of jeans in. Tracy Bosor, 60, says her house was gutted by a fire that started in her tumble dryer Hotpoint has fixed 1.5million machines over fire fears. But mum-of-five Tracy, of Orpington, Kent, was told hers was safe. She said: “It’s disgusting. You can’t put a price on people’s lives. This needs to stop.” Tracy was rushed to hospital with smoke inhalation after the blaze. She blasted: “I was terrified when it happened. I just remember seeing thick black smoke and realising and I had to get out there and then. “I was in floods of tears as the house went up. I just felt so helpless watching everything I owned burn. “If I hadn’t got out within two minutes I would have died because the smoke would have knocked me out. It could have killed me. “I haven’t been able to sleep at night since. I can’t get rid of the smell of fire – and I have no idea how to start rebuilding my life.” The gran-of-eight added: “I knew about all the Hotpoint fires before I bought the tumble dryer, but I thought they’d all been fixed and they were safe. [article-rail-section title=”most read in uk news” posts_category=”327″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “I even said to the men who delivered it, ‘it’s not one of them that’s going to catch fire is it?’ And of course they said no.” Tracy and daughter Brandi, 19, are now staying in a Premier Inn while landlords Clarion Housing try to repair the house. Hotpoint owner Whirlpool said it would be “inappropriate” to comment or speculate while investigations continue. Tracy was drying a pair of jeans when she spotted thick smoke billowing out the back of the Hotpoint Aquarius The gran of eight opened the door and fled seconds before the Hotpoint-branded machine exploded The Hotpoint Aquarius tumble drier set fire to her kitchen and spread to the rest of home Mum-of-five Tracy has lost everything in the blaze and is now living in a hotel ‘I have no idea how to start rebuilding my life’, the 60-year-old says Tracy, of Orpington, Kent, had been told the Hotpoint machine was safe A Hotpoint Aquarius tumble dryer like the one Tracy had installed [bc_video video_id=”6007848181001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Large Glasgow house fire in early hours sees one man rushed to hospital as crews remain on scene”] GOT a news story? RING us on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
14 May 19
The Scottish Sun
A GRAN claims her three-bed house was gutted by a fire that started in her tumble dryer. Tracy Bonsor, 60, said the blaze began in her Hotpoint Aquarius dryer a few minutes after she put a pair of jeans in. Tracy Bosor, 60, says her house was gutted by a fire that started in her tumble dryer Hotpoint has fixed 1.5million machines over fire fears. But mum-of-five Tracy, of Orpington, Kent, was told hers was safe. She said: “It’s disgusting. You can’t put a price on people’s lives. This needs to stop.” Tracy was rushed to hospital with smoke inhalation after the blaze. She blasted: “I was terrified when it happened. I just remember seeing thick black smoke and realising and I had to get out there and then. “I was in floods of tears as the house went up. I just felt so helpless watching everything I owned burn. “If I hadn’t got out within two minutes I would have died because the smoke would have knocked me out. It could have killed me. “I haven’t been able to sleep at night since. I can’t get rid of the smell of fire – and I have no idea how to start rebuilding my life.” The gran-of-eight added: “I knew about all the Hotpoint fires before I bought the tumble dryer, but I thought they’d all been fixed and they were safe. “I even said to the men who delivered it, ‘it’s not one of them that’s going to catch fire is it?’ And of course they said no.” Tracy and daughter Brandi, 19, are now staying in a Premier Inn while landlords Clarion Housing try to repair the house. [article-rail-section title=”most read in uk news” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Hotpoint owner Whirlpool said in a statement: “The safety of consumers is our number one priority and our thoughts are with those affected by this incident. “The cause of this fire is currently unknown. “With investigations by the London Fire Brigade ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment at this time, or speculate on what may have led to this incident.” Tracy was drying a pair of jeans when she spotted thick smoke billowing out the back of the Hotpoint Aquarius The gran of eight opened the door and fled seconds before the Hotpoint-branded machine exploded The Hotpoint Aquarius tumble drier set fire to her kitchen and spread to the rest of home Mum-of-five Tracy has lost everything in the blaze and is now living in a hotel ‘I have no idea how to start rebuilding my life’, the 60-year-old says Tracy, of Orpington, Kent, had been told the Hotpoint machine was safe A Hotpoint Aquarius tumble dryer like the one Tracy had installed [bc_video video_id=”5571109979001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hotpoint tumble dryer catches fire​ ​in the middle of a cycle”] GOT a news story? RING us on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
18 May 19
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