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Articles from Coventry Telegraph (Coventry, England) (July 15, 2018)

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'A fantastic urban experience' - do you agree with what this town planner has to say about Cov? Adrian Jones, author of the blog series Jones the Planner, visited Coventry and was "blown away"; Adrian Jones, author of the blog series Jones the Planner, visited Coventry and was "blown away". 1125
Airport explains why it told England fans NOT to welcome team home; Southgate's team will return to the airport from Russia on Sunday. 478
Aldi is having a HUGE toy sale - including savings on Paw Patrol and Nerf; Unfortunately the sale is only online, and the discounts cannot be found in stores. 213
App created in Coventry helps gardeners by revealing best plants to attract bees; Blooms for Bees is the only bumblebee surveying app to record the flower being foraged as well as the insect. 511
B&M sparks shopping frenzy by selling make your own s'mores kits; Chocolate and Marshmallow all jammed into a sweet tasty cracker. 191
Build-A-Bear offers customers free vouchers following 'Pay Your Age' event chaos; Many were forced to queue for hours outside of stores across the country. 313
Building work starts on Parkside student flats; The student accommodation block will have 217 beds, between Parkside and the Ring Road. 330
Everyone's making this joke about Meghan Markle's Wimbledon outfit; The US-born Duchess was snapped in a blue and white Ralph Lauren shirt with white trousers for her first public engagement with Kate Middleton. 374
From puppy leave to office saunas: The best job perks in the UK; Among the 20 best quirky work perks are getting time off when your dog has a baby and a sauna INSIDE your office. 161
Kids as young as seven being asked to strip online for strangers; The largest ever survey - of how 40,000 seven to 16-year-olds used the internet - showed one in ten who live chatted with strangers had been asked to change or undress. 435
More frozen food recalled from supermarkets over listeria fears; A list of 49 items was published earlier this week. 1278
Morrisons' [pounds sterling]7 steak has been crowned the best in the world; The World Steak Challenge rates the quality of beef from competitors across the world. 173
Motorway police seize [pounds sterling]8 million haul of drugs and stolen goods; Central Motorway Police Group have released details of goods taken from criminals after being stopped on the M6, M5, M42 and M40. 232
National Lottery results for Saturday July 14; Have you scooped a life changing sum? 370
Police urge park users to use personal alarms after beast tried to rape girl; Police have interviewed several people in their hunt for the attacker who struck in Babbs Mill Park, Solihull , on June 29. 413
Proud fans blast Birmingham Airport for ruining England heroes' World Cup homecoming; One branded the airport as "killjoys". 747
Secret confessions of a Tesco worker; The majority of towns in Britain are home to the UK's biggest supermarket. 201
Secret Coventry: The skeletal remains of the famous old market clock; It made up part of the city's skyline for 50 years after it was installed in 1957. 502
The celebrities earning more than [pounds sterling]100,000 a DAY; We're not jealous at all. 665
Woman 'quizzed' by airport police - for using Northern Irish [pounds sterling]10; She says she was told it was not legal tender - and ended up explaining herself to security and police officers. 410
You can buy Build-A-Bear teddies for your child's age all year; Many families had raced to the store for a one-off promotion. 402

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