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  • How To Survive The Summer Holidays

    It’s that time again. Summer holidays are upon us, and for parents, all around the country, that means it’s time to brace yourselves, stock up on a few kid-friendly essentials put on your imagination hat, and smile widely!

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  • 8 Types Of People Who Will Love Our Umbrellas

    Here at JollyBrolly, we can cater to any person who is in need of an umbrella. Don’t believe us… Here’s how.

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  • How To Entertain Your Kids This Summer Holiday?

    Knowing just how to keep children amused for 6 weeks through the summer holidays can be a daunting prospect, especially when a lot of attractions and activities cost quite a lot of money. In order to try and help you out this summer, here are some top tips to (hopefully) help take some of the stress out of it, and keep everyone happy without needing to spend a small fortune.

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  • The Strangest Weather The World Has Seen

    The British like to talk about the weather, but generally, that conversation only ranges between superficial comments about whether it’s ‘turned out nice today,’ and whether we’re likely to have a dry bank holiday weekend. Next time someone gets you involved in a weather conversation, we’d like to make sure you’re armed with something rather more interesting to talk about. Try one of the following talking points for starters.

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  • How To Manage Your Wedding In A Heatwave

    Brides and grooms often wonder what will happen if it rains on their wedding day. But what about if you have the opposite problem? Heatwaves are becoming increasingly frequent in recent years, and if you have your wedding day during the height of the summer months, it’s entirely likely it’s going to be a scorcher. How will you cope if the sun gets full on, and you find you’re getting married on the hottest day of the year? Here are some heatwave tips for your wedding day.

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  • Raincoat vs. Umbrella: Which Is Worth Buying

    So, you’re off on holiday, you’re in the UK, and so you know it’s going to rain. Are you going to invest in an umbrella, or are you better off with a raincoat? That’s the question you’ve been asking yourself, isn’t it? Fortunately, we’re here with the answer.

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  • Good News For Any Drone Lovers, There’s Now A Hands-Free Umbrella

    Just when you thought there was nothing left to invent in the umbrella world, then along comes drone technology. You know drones? They’re the tiny remote-controlled helicopters that are often used these days to shoot video and photographs in hard to reach places, or to deliver packages at speed.

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  • What Are The Advantages and Disadvantages Of The Umbrella

    The humble umbrella has been around for thousands of years protecting people from both rain and shine. In fact, the actual word umbrella comes from the Latin word of “umbra” which means shade or shadow. Umbrellas were originally intended to protect people from the sun. Evidence of this actually exists in the ancient art and artefacts of Egypt, Greece, China and Assyria.

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  • Why Your Umbrella Sucks and What To Do About It

    How many times have you had to dig through the very depths of your wardrobe and struggle to find the last surviving umbrella you bought for about a fiver because it started to downpour while you were out and just purchased the first umbrella you could find. We dare not get too attached, for we all know full well that this umbrella won’t last as it too shall break away and be hastily discarded along with the other neglected broken umbrellas you will see in street corner bins.

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  • The Best Places To Hide From The Rain While In London.

    As the song suggests, the rain in Spain may fall predictably on the plain, but when you’re in London and the seasonal showers start to fall, they fall pretty much everywhere. On a soggy day in London town, it’s hard to dodge the downpours, and you’ll probably want an umbrella with you. If you find yourself in London without one, you’re going to want to know where you can hide, safe and dry, until the storm passes.

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