SWNS (the UK’s largest independent press agency) has today announced the expansion its online presence with the release of SellUsYourVideo.com and SellUsYourPhoto.com.
Retired factory worker Ursula Shepherd left school at 15 unable to read or write after being branded a ‘dunce’ by classmates.
Katie West, 28, suffered an ectopic pregnancy – where the embryo grows outside the womb – hours after one of her legs went through a rotten wooden step at her home.
Gemma Impey, 23, left the device to charge and went to work as an events manager at a nearby hotel.
Dedicated Frank Fisher, 87, still works full time six days a week to keep the shop going.
Stunned Sally Thomson, 39, made the incredible discovery after she boiled six eggs and sat down to eat her breakfast.
William Smedley, 11, was born with autism, epilepsy as well as severe learning difficulties and suffered over 60 seizures a day.
Families on the 6am flight to from Gatwick to Tenerife said the “lairy” hen party member was knocking back spirits and mixers during the four-hour journey.
Alex Lucas, 23, had been shopping for furniture to decorate the flat she was setting up with her fiance Scott Turner, 24, when “everything went dark.”
Diesel is now on the road to recovery thanks to the revolutionary garment previously sported by the likes of Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Victoria Pendleton.
Britain’s Most Dedicated Lollipop Lady Who’s Crossed The Road One MILLION Times Will Hang Up Her Hi-Vis After 45 YEARS
Margaret Cattle stared ‘herding’ kids aged just 25 when she took over her busy crossing duties for four schools.
Jade Adams, 20, was told at her 12-week scan that her unborn baby likely had birth defect gastroschisis which meant her abdomen wasn’t forming properly.
Paul Norman, 58, was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2004, forcing him to retire from his job as an English teacher.
The schoolboy is a brilliant scientist and is setting his sights on becoming an astronaut when he grows up.
Tony Howard, 49, was out looking for shells with his two daughters when he spotted the badly-battered Nikon washed up among rocks.
Rugby Player Back On The Pitch Nearly Two Years After His Last Game – When He Was PARALYSED In A Tackle
Zac France, 23, was told he might never walk again when he was left without feeling in half his body after he injured his spinal cord when he landed on his neck.