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Joy and rainbows at every turn at colourful Grimsby Pride 2024 event

Unity Community and Freeman Street Market collaborate in the annual inclusive event An uplifting community event has been marked in the heart of Grimsby with the annual Pride celebration. Freeman Street Market and Unity Community join together for the colourful family occasion. It brings a feast of fun and rainbows to the market, with activities for kids, stalls and information and entertainment, including stilt walkers, tribute singers, dancing and the chance for children to help create a community artwork. The event today (Saturday, July 13) included a Pride March, with plenty of sparkles and rainbows in evidence, a bright antidote to the damp weather conditions. Inside and in the dry, there were lots of stalls supporting Pride to check out and arts and crafts to try out. The community art piece, titled Lifted by Unity, Inspired by Diversity, was helped along with children’s brushwork, and there was street food and a bar to keep everyone fed and refreshed. Face painting and glitter tattoos, craft and gift stalls, and the Mothership DJs all helped to make it a Pride to remember. Grimsby Live’s Donna Clifford was there to capture some of the brilliance of the occasion, as you can see from the pictures below. READ MORE: 60 faces as Scunthorpe celebrates its first Pride festival

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John Lewis dress that ‘goes with heels or flats’ is back in stock – but selling out fast

Shoppers were left scrambling to get their hands on a floral midi dress from John Lewis after it sold out rapidly in every size and colour. For those still pining for it, there’s some good news – the popular frock is back in stock, albeit in selected shades, so you’ll have to act swiftly. The sought-after piece is the Yumi Floral Kimono Sleeves Dip Hem Wrap Midi Dress, priced at £60, which boasts a variety of colour options along with a V-neckline, kimono sleeves, and an all-over flower print, creating an attractive look as it gently flares from the skirt. Made of a light and breezy polyester fabric, this dress features a wrap front with a tie waist that not only provides comfort but also accentuates the figure. According to the John Lewis website, you can now snap up the green, blue, navy, and mint versions in sizes 8 to 22. Read more: However, availability is more limited for the light blue and soft pink options, and unfortunately, the peach one remains out of reach as it’s entirely sold out. Ideal for various occasions, whether you’re dressing up or aiming for a more casual look, customers rave about how the floral wrap midi dress feels and appears to be worth more than its £60 cost. A pleased shopper expressed satisfaction in a glowing review: “A beautiful dress bought for a wedding. The fabric is light and of a great quality. I have bought a size down from what I normally get but the dress is still rather generous in size!” reports the Mirror. One satisfied customer shared: “I generally don’t like buying dresses as I feel nothing fits or looks quite right on me but this is one of the best dresses I have ever bought. I have it in green, size 18, it fits perfectly, very flattering and I feel great in it. Dress it up with heels or go casual with flats, looks and feels fab either way. I love it! “. Another review states: “Very flattering dress that hangs nicely. Good length and lovely floaty delicate fabric. Bought the size 14 in navy for a wedding but think it’s going to get many outings! Looks more expensive than the price tag.” John Lewis dress in green (Image: John Lewis) Reviews indicate that the dress sizing may be on the generous side, although some customers have found it to be true to size; it’s recommended to refer to the John Lewis size chart for guidance. One three-star reviewer noted: “Lovely fabric but too big on the top part I would size down.” Yumi’s Urban Touch Floral Print Dipped Hem Midi Dress can be bought for £60 at johnlewis.com. If you’re looking for something else, River Island offers the Cream Floral Frill Swing Midi Dress for £48 a garment of sheer elegance. Alternatively, the Watercolour Ditsy Floral Loubelle Midi Dress from Nobody’s Child is available for £59. Join the FREE Grimsby Live WhatsApp Community Get all the latest stories, sent straight to your WhatsApp – all you need to do is click the link. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.

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Special event with Grimsby’s Thomas Turgoose coming to Blundell Park next month

An evening of conversation with Grimsby actor Thomas Turgoose is coming to Blundell Park next month – with funds from ticket sales going to a very worthy cause. On Friday, August 2 from 7pm until late, Thomas will deliver a Q&A session in the McMenemy’s Function Suite, where he will give audience members a fascinating insight into his illustrious career and his deep-rooted love for his hometown of Grimsby, its football team, and his experiences growing up in East Marsh. Hosted by the NSPCC and Together for Childhood Grimsby, the special evening will also include live music from local acts and a fish and chip supper, courtesy of Oliver Bros Fish Merchants of Grimsby. All proceeds from ticket sales will be going to the NSPCC and the Shalom Youth Centre, a cause close to Thomas’ heart. READ MORE: He said: “I’m thrilled to be part of this fantastic evening in aid of the NSPCC. Growing up as a child actor, my town was always there for me when I needed support the most. “I look forward to sharing my story and raising much-needed funds for this incredible charity that continues to help so many children across North East Lincolnshire. I’m also thrilled that some of the proceeds will be going to Shalom Youth Centre in Grimsby, a place very close to my heart and somewhere I used to frequent a lot when I was growing up in the area.” Thomas Turgoose during a previous visit to Grimsby NSPCC (Image: Donna Clifford/GrimsbyLive) As well as the Q&A and entertainment, guests can also enter a raffle with prizes including the latest Umbro Grimsby Town FC home and away tops, signed This is England merchandise and VIP tickets to the Live by The Yard Festival in Hull and Rock N Roll Circus in Sheffield which is headlined by Richard Hawley, Becky Hill and Milburn. Lisa Smith, from Together for Childhood Grimsby, said: “This event is a testament to the community spirit of Grimsby. Thomas’s involvement highlights the local talent and the importance of supporting the NSPCC’s work in ensuring every child grows up safe and loved.” Kristine Green, the Community Projects Manager of Grimsby Town Foundation said: “We are honoured to host this special evening at Blundell Park as part of the ongoing relationship between the Club and the NSPCC. “It’s an excellent opportunity to unite our community for a worthy cause. Thomas Turgoose’s story is inspiring, and we’re proud to support the NSPCC in their mission.” Tickets for the event are available to purchase here.

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I ‘built’ my own lunch at The Ropewalk in Barton and loved it – review

Fascinating art and photography exhibitions, a peaceful garden with an array of beautiful plants and flowers and a light, airy and contemporary café serving absolutely bangin’ food – a winning combination, if you ask me. Situated in Barton, The Ropewalk has long been a popular spot for locals and visitors alike when it comes to all things arts and culture – but until last weekend, I’d never got round to visiting. After parking up on a grey and drizzly early afternoon, I headed to the on-site café, eager to grab a coffee to perk me up after my drive from good old Grimsby. As soon as I walked in, I loved the whole atmosphere of the place. READ MORE: The exposed wooden beams on the ceiling and little touches throughout were a reminder of the building’s long history as a rope making factory dating back to the early 1800s, while the décor and furnishings gave the space a modern and contemporary twist. I noticed that it was pretty packed, which I was expecting, but luckily I managed to find a table in a quiet spot near the corner. I ordered a latte and took a seat while waiting for my friend to arrive. I loved the variety of options available (Image: Grimsby Live) It took us a while to decide what to order, but I was eventually won over by the colourful display inside the main counter. For £12, diners can choose one of the quiches on offer, before selecting three items to accompany it. Everything in there seemed pretty healthy, and looked delicious. Quiche options were cheddar and spring onion, Stilton and cherry tomato, feta and peppers, Mexican cheese, spinach and sweet chilli, or Brie and cranberry. I went for the Brie – there’s something just a little bit special about the combo of creamy Brie and tangy cranberry for me. Alongside it, I went for a mixed leaf salad, Coronation quinoa and potatoes in mint yoghurt. The lovely staff member who served me asked if I’d like cucumber, peppers and tomato and balsamic vinegar on top of the mixed leaf salad, and she kindly put it on for me. The food came within minutes and it looked absolutely delicious. My plate was packed full, and I couldn’t help thinking that £12 was very reasonable when taking the portion sizes into account. Each aspect of the dish was lovely – with the sweet and moreish flavour of the quinoa and freshness of the salad going together perfectly with the indulgent richness of the quiche. Yum (Image: Grimsby Live) I loved this dish and wish more places locally offered something like this, where you can “build” your own healthy plate of food. It just served as evidence to me that there’s loads of options when it comes to tasty, healthy and meat-free dishes. I think a lot of places could do better in this regard and provide more on the menu than just a veggie burger or Mac & Cheese, but The Ropewalk did not disappoint with their meat-free options at all. The dishes on the specials board behind the counter also sounded amazing, and I think I’ll try something from this menu in future (yes, I’ll definitely be going again). Examples when I visited were wild mushroom stroganoff, sweet potato curry pie and tomato and pepper risotto. Yum. It’s also worth noting that the cake options at The Ropewalk are basically endless, too. With lemon cake, chocolate cake, Victoria sponge, malteser slices and Rocky Road, to name just a few, it was a bit of a tough decision. I’ve had worse choices in my life, don’t get me wrong. There’s also plenty of sweet treats to choose from (Image: Grimsby Live) In the end I went for a slice of the coffee and walnut cake, and when I say slice, it would be more accurate to say slab – not that I’m complaining! The cake was perfectly moist and rounded off a lovely meal. In my opinion, The Ropewalk is just the perfect lunch spot, and I’ll definitely be back at some point.

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Grimsby man’s mammoth task of organising ‘biggest Euro screening on the East coast’ in a matter of days

The man behind the Euro 2024 final outdoor screening in Grimsby said he is living on four hours’ sleep each night as he works to organise the “biggest screening of the final on the East coast” in a matter of just days. Craig, who lives locally, organised the successful screening of the England v Italy Euro 2020 in the large field behind Morrisons supermarket on Hilmore Road, and vowed that he would do the same again if England reached the next final. “Last time was so good, and we always said after, if we ever make the final again which we probably never will, we’ll do it again, so we just had no choice,” he told Grimsby Live. READ MORE: “England won on Wednesday so we’ve had three days to get everything planned and into place, there was a bit of pre-planning with the anticipation that we might win, but we’ve literally had three days to put it all together.” The screening will be held in the same place as last time, in the field at Hilmore Road, with gates due to open at 5pm ahead of the 8pm kick-off. At £13 per person, with no cost for children aged 10 and under, excited England fans can make the most of the two 46 square-metre screens showing the all-important final. Gates will open to the field on Hilmore Road at 5pm on Sunday (Image: Submitted) Craig continued: “In 2021 we charged £10 per person, and this time we’ve tripled security, quadrupled the amount of toilets, tripled the fencing for safety reasons, and the screens are slightly bigger. We learned a lot last time and we’ve put a lot more into it this time, and the world has changed, everything has gone up, so it’s been a £1 increase per year, which we think is reasonable. “It’s costing £40,000 to host, so we’ll probably break even or make a small loss – but it’s all about the atmosphere. The first time we did it, we can’t put into words what the atmosphere was like, and we want to create that again. This time round we’ve got some fairground rides and food stalls, so it’s like last time but better. “It’s been stressful to organise. I’m surviving on four hours sleep and my phone constantly has to be on charge. We’ve got someone totally office-based responding to people, and we’re working closely with Humberside Police who have been great. “This is the largest screening of the Euro final on the East coast of England, and you can get in for the price of a pack of cigarettes and you can bring your own alcohol. It’s a win-win.” The gates to the field will open at 5pm. Tickets will cost £13 per person and need to be purchased with cash on the gate. Under 10’s go free. No dogs allowed. People are asked to bring their alcohol in glass-free containers.

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Butlin’s Skegness announces reopening of main pool after repair works

The main swimming pool at Butlin’s Skegness, which has been closed since a major leak last year, is set to reopen later this month. The Splash Waterworld venue had parts of its facility rendered unusable due to a burst pipe in November 2023. During the repair period, the waterpark’s flumes, rides and children’s pool remained operational while the main pool, wave pool and lazy river were shut. The team at Butlin’s Skegness, recognising the main pool as a significant attraction for families particularly during the warmer months, have been diligently working to rectify the issue ahead of the 2024 summer holidays. Read more: It has now been confirmed that the main pool will be back open from July 29, reports Lincolnshire Live. An update on the Butlin’s website reads: “We know many of you have been waiting for news on Splash Waterworld at our Skegness resort. We’re pleased to let you know that all our slides and flumes, the rapids, tots pool and outdoor splash park will be open as usual. “We know it’s disappointing (after all, the pool is a big part of the Butlin’s experience), but the good news is, you’ll get to enjoy the Big Top Circus and a Roller Rink, available exclusively at Skegness, free of charge. “Our team are working hard behind the scenes to fix the issue and our main pool will be back open from July 29. Please continue to keep an eye on our website for all the latest updates.” Continuing their statement, the resort management expressed: “We want to apologise again. We really do appreciate your understanding and patience whilst our team continue working hard on getting the pool back up and running as normal.” Join the FREE Grimsby Live WhatsApp Community Get all the latest stories, sent straight to your WhatsApp – all you need to do is click the link. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.

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‘Unforgettable evening of football’ coming to Grimsby for outdoor showing of Euro 2024 final

Football fans from across North East Lincolnshire are invited to a special outdoor screening of the Euro 2024 final between England and Spain this Sunday. Described as “an unforgettable evening of football”, the special event will take place on the field behind Morrisons supermarket on Hilmore Road in Grimsby, where the car boot sales are usually held. At £13 per person, with no cost for children aged 10 and under, excited England fans can make the most of the two 46 square-metre screens showing the all-important final. Gates open at 5pm. READ MORE: The field will be divided into two sides, with stalls and a small fairground also promised to ensure the event brings a family-friendly atmosphere. A post to the event’s Facebook page reads: “Join us for the thrilling Euro 2024 final between England and Spain this Sunday. The event will take place at the Morrisons Carboot site on Hilmore Road, DN37 7SQ. Gates will open at 5pm, with the kick-off scheduled for 8pm. Admission is £13 per person. Under 10’s Free. Tickets cost £13 per person (Image: Facebook) “We have two impressive 46 Sqm screens and a powerful 20Kw sound system, ensuring an immersive viewing experience for all attendees. Please note that you are welcome to bring your own alcohol, but glass containers are not allowed for safety reasons. “In addition to the exciting match, there will be stalls and a small fairground to enjoy. The field will be divided into two sides, creating a safe and family-friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. Don’t miss out on this incredible event – gather your friends and family and join us for an unforgettable evening of football!”

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‘I took my kids to a little-known UK theme park without the crowds and queues’

Summer is here and many parents are on a desperate hunt for activities to keep the little ones happy without breaking the bank. While theme parks are a popular choice for many families, they can often be on the pricier side. And during the height of summer, they can be packed with visitors, meaning you end up paying a hefty sum to spend most of your day waiting in lines. However, Yorkshire Live reporter, Megan Shaw, has discovered a lesser-known theme park right on the Yorkshire border, nestled on the edge of the Peak District National Park. She took her family there for the day and this is how it went… Read more: Gulliver’s Kingdom in Matlock Bath has been getting rave reviews on Tripadvisor, with many praising the lack of crowds and more opportunities to enjoy the rides compared to bigger, busier parks. Intrigued, we decided to put it to the test and set off for a day trip. After a car journey of roughly an hour and a half from Huddersfield, we found ourselves in Matlock Bath. As we pulled into the park, we noticed that the car parks were tiered along a steep hillside. The parking areas were chock-a-block, forcing us to park at the very top. Seeing so many cars, I began to worry if our day out would be as chilled as we’d hoped. But my fears were soon put to rest when we got to the entrance and walked straight in. When we arrived, the staff at the entrance told us that the log flume was down due to a technical glitch. This was a bit of a let-down as it was the ride we were most looking forward to, but we quickly found there was plenty else to keep us busy. I took my kids to the overlooked theme park near Yorkshire border that’s built into a hill (Image: Megan Shaw – Yorkshire Live) Gulliver’s Kingdom is clearly aimed at younger children. While there are no big-name rides, there’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained. My eldest, who is 9, was quite taken with the whole experience, much to my relief. Our voyage commenced by us tackling the crazy barrel ride – a venture so enjoyable that a second attempt was immediately requested by my little ones. With few people around and obliging staff on hand, round two quickly ensued. Our journey continued onwards to the Drop Tower – an attraction greatly appreciated by my elder lad who enthusiastically participated on four occasions. The fact that other parks always have enormous lines making numerous rides unfeasible made this a sizeable bonus. Our family then transitioned to the Chair Lift situated in Adventure Land. This wasn’t only an amusing diversion but also granted us a comprehensive panorama of the entire park, assisting us in planning our subsequent stop. Join the FREE Grimsby Live WhatsApp Community Get all the latest stories, sent straight to your WhatsApp – all you need to do is click the link. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice. The Chair Lift emerged as a productive mode for traversing the hillocky park, along with the travellator which my children enjoyed immensely. The gradient walks separating the rides may pose difficulty for those manoeuvring pushchairs; however, it provided an excellent exercise opportunity for us. Regardless of the considerable number of vehicles lining the car park, queuing was never more than a brief wait. This proved to be particularly handy when dealing with a three year old regularly querying “is it my turn now?” My eldest and my partner were both thrilled by the Riggers Revenge zip line course. This relatively new attraction whisks you along the edge of the hillside, offering both a rush of adrenaline and stunning views of the Derbyshire countryside. However, with a height requirement of 110cm, my youngest was unable to join in. Even if he had been unusually tall for his age, I doubt he would have had the courage – much like his mother! The log rollercoaster proved to be a hit with my youngest, who delighted in its twists, dips and turns. We all rode this together at least three times consecutively. The pirate ship located in Smuggler’s Wharf was also popular with everyone. Both children enjoyed the Crows Nest Quest area, which offers high ropes and rock climbing for older kids and a scaled-down version for the little ones – my three year old loved it. In addition to the rides, there are parks and play areas scattered throughout the site, providing plenty of opportunities to stop for refreshments. The unique layout of the park ensures that you rarely cross paths with other families, keeping the crowds manageable. We stopped for a meal, ordering a toastie, two hot dogs, four drinks and four ice creams, which came to around £25 – a price we considered quite reasonable. While you might anticipate paying a bit more in such locations, with better planning, we could have saved by bringing our own picnic as there were plenty of spots to settle down. My overall impression was that the park offered excellent value for money. The children thoroughly enjoyed it, it didn’t leave me penniless, and I didn’t feel like I needed a spa weekend to recover afterwards. Yes, some areas are a bit outdated and could do with a fresh coat of paint, but there are fantastic rides that will delight younger kids. Teenagers might not be as thrilled, but there’s no denying that the park caters superbly to its intended audience. It’s not Alton Towers, but then again, neither is the price tag. If booked online ahead of time, the prices are quite reasonable at £19 for both adults and children, while tots under 90cm get in free. There’s also the

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Stunning new restaurant and bar opens at former Granby Inn

The former Granby Inn at North Thoresby has been transformed into a new bar restaurant. Now Venney’s at the Granby is breathing fresh air into an iconic venue which has wow factor. The stunningly elegant, chic and classy restaurant caters for 105 diners and has created 27 new jobs. Pete Venney and his wife Sara have invested heavily in opening the new roadside venue after spending the last 20 years running a successful factory hygiene business in Cleethorpes. Sara said: “It is a new venture for both of us. READ MORE: “We had thought of opening a little coffee shop. But then this came up and we thought let’s go for it and think about the rest later.” Pete, who will continue with his Cleethorpes business as well said: “This is a breath of fresh air and we have not held back. We hope people will get a wow factor when they visit.” He added: “I’m glad it is up and running. It is a big sense of relief to get the project finally finished. We have had people queuing to get in and they have liked the nice, warm, family feel to the place. Everyone has loved it and we have kept prices realistic.” (Image: Donna Clifford/GrimsbyLive) The transformation from the former Halfway House to Venney’s at The Granby is remarkable. Everything was ripped out and begun from scratch. Even the infamous large, cheeky girls’ image above the gents’ urinal has gone to be replaced with tasteful, top class toilets with fresh hand towels and lotions. Top marks are also being given by customers for the excellent quality food and the friendly service provided by 27 new staff, many from the village itself and from the Grimsby area. The fresh Grimsby haddock from Kevin Stansfield on Grimsby docks and R&R fish supplies – along with the Tomahawk steaks – are destined to become firm favourites with diners. The meats are supplied by another local business, Swales. Visitors are already being “blown away” by the dessert menu which is the passionate domain of Lily Cron. The 16-year-old has been nicknamed “Little Chef,” learning from her father and renowned Lincolnshire chef, Ant Cron, better known as “Big Chef.” He said he is focussing on a “classic British menu” for diners, building on his experience at Healing Manor, The Millhouse and The Oaklands. Chefs Ant Cron and daughter Lily Cron at Venney’s@ The Granby which has opened at North Thoresby (Image: Donna Clifford/GrimsbyLive) “Once we get it established, the food will elevate in range and the sky is the limit. We have been given every tool available,” told Ant. He is looking after a team in his kitchen, which includes commis chef, Jake Hartshorne, who is brother to bar host Liberty Hartshorne, who both hail from North Thoresby. She is enjoying the opportunity to welcome many guests and said villagers were full of praise for the transformation for the village venue. She is learning from manager, Andy Goodhand, who said the first customers had enthusiastically welcomed the new look and quality service. “One woman visited in the morning and came back that evening for another meal,” he said. He welcomes guests from 9am. Breakfasts are served until 10.30am. Monday to Thursday Venney’s closes at 11pm with last orders for food at 8pm. Friday and Saturday it is open until midnight with last food orders at 8.30pm. On Sundays food is served 9am to 9pm. Sunday lunches are from noon to 4pm. Andy said he is proud to be serving local Docks Beers brews, along with other beers and lagers at the stunning new bar. The team at Venney’s@ The Granby (Image: Donna Clifford/GrimsbyLive) Venney’s at The Granby has a private suite which has already hosted a 70th birthday and two baby showers. It is named the “Florence” suite after Pete’s mother who shares a name with Sara’s grandmother. There is also a burger bar, overlooking the brand new patio area with tables and chairs and new landscaping. Pete and Sara thanked all their contractors, including G.C Carpets, Paul Glover electrician, N G Upholsterer, Robbie Crouch of RC Joinery Services and Little Balloon Story for decorations. The couple are also grateful to Sara’s dad, Byron Lidgard, who worked on the project with Pete. Sara said: “It is great. It has been a lot of hard work. It is nice we can start enjoying this stage and I hope people will come and enjoy a drink and a meal and enjoy the atmosphere.” Bookings can be made through the venue website venneys.co.uk

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Nurses say ‘amazingly comfortable’ New Balance trainers are ‘perfect’ for 12-hour shifts

The New Balance summer sale is in full swing, with hospital workers endorsing a pair of trainers as “perfect for 12-hour shifts”, now available at half price. The Fresh Foam Arishi v4 Shoes have received five-star reviews from nurses who wore them during long shifts, praising their comfort, lightweight design and style. The shoes, originally priced at £80, are now available for just £40. Offered in two colours, grey and black, these shoes are perfect for packing in your suitcase without taking up too much space. They’re also ideal for long walks if you’re looking to explore on your holiday, reports Nottinghamshire Live. Read more: Available in shades such as “concrete with brighton grey and angora” or the stylish “black with castlerock and angora”, these shoes feature a breathable mesh upper and a super soft sole for unparalleled comfort. They’re designed to keep you on your feet without any hassle. Featuring ‘Fresh Foam’ cushioning, the midsole promises comfort that can take you miles without any discomfort, according to OK!. Customers continue to heap praise on these shoes, with one shopper leaving a glowing five-star review: “Absolutely love these shoes! I work in a busy ER at the hospital and I have zero complaints at the end of the day.“ One heartfelt endorsement for New Balance’s Fresh Foam Arishi v4 trainers comes from a nurse: “Most comfortable shoes I’ve found. I’m a nurse who works double shifts on concrete floors and these are the only shoes that I do not go home with my feet burning and hurting. These are my forever brand of shoes now! Thank You!” The style has won over shoppers, including one customer who said: “Very comfortable. I need supportive cushiony soles and this sneaker provides just that. The fit is true to size. I like the colour grey. The sneakers feel good on my feet, lightweight. I’m really happy with the sneaker.” The foam in the sole and mesh material on upper layer can keep you alight while walking in hot weather (Image: New Balance) The trainers have received praise for their comfortable arch support and light build, although a customer noted that the foam “creases easily”. But one purchaser gave a three-star rating, noting a slip: “I slipped while I was walking in the rain. Shoes have no grip.” There are also great deals beyond New Balance. Lululemon’s Blissfeel Trail Running Shoes, revered for their sturdy rubber sole, are now available at £74 in an appealing grey and orange mix. For city wanderers and casual amblers, Veja’s Rio Branco Alveomesh trainers in versatile nature-inspired hues retail at £125. Join the FREE Grimsby Live WhatsApp Community Get all the latest stories, sent straight to your WhatsApp – all you need to do is click the link. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.

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