Chocolate Rasul Launch at The Club Hotel & Spa

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The Spa at The Club Hotel & Spa has launched a new Chocolate Rasul Experience. The chocoholic’s dream spa treatment is described as the ultimate indulgence and delicious. The guests are invited to relax in their own private chamber that has a domed roof covered in stars. While the guest is relaxing, the Spa Therapist will prepare the finest chocolate that will be taken into the seated chamber and smothered all over the body like a human strawberry.

Guests will then experience gentle jets of steam in the chamber which will open the pores and allow the chocolate to get to work on a therapeutic level. Chocolate is thought to contain endorphins which allows the consumer to generate sensations close to falling in love and promote a feeling of well-being. Chocoholics will be in sweet treat heaven during this amazing and unique therapy.

This opportunity to indulge in chocolate without the calories will leave the skin feeling nourished, revitalised and moisturised. Chocolate can be extremely beneficial to the skin and antioxidants in the cocoa can have an anti-ageing effect, and cocoa butter is nourishing and moisturising. Making the Chocolate Rasul an even more perfect spa experience.

The Spa recommends that in order to get the best results from this treatment, it is enjoyed before a massage and will take 45 minutes. The mouth watering pampering session is available at The Spa at The Club Hotel & Spa in Jersey for £55 for one person or £75 for two people sharing the experience.

The Spa has a ground floor with an Indoor Saltwater Pool and Hydrotherapy Bench, and a Thermal Suite with a Salt Cabin, Herbal Steam Room and Experience Shower for guests to enjoy as well as private treatments. This new Chocolate Rasul is the perfect relaxing indulgence for chocoholics without the guilt or extra calories.

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French Made Beautiful Cakes with Flavour Twist

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The leading cake patisserie French Made has developed a rather large following by delivering a range of delicious creation and vintage designs for them to enjoy. The company has rebranded in order to offer quirky and edgy products that will be able to deliver a centerpiece for any occasion with the wow factor.

The business looks to combine French chic with a range of unique flavours that have been inspired by the company’s roots in Provence. The patisserie has a keen sense for on-trend designs and right now is working to redefine the trend for naked cakes.

French Made takes inspiration from rustic and more unconventional themes when creating their products and makes the finished creations eye-catching. The company also develops flavours that are as creative and playful as the designs, with the Provence background of the brand used to further set the company apart. Customers are always eager to snap up the latest French Made collection for their event, whether it is afternoon tea or a wedding, the cake patisserie offers the opportunity for customers to choose from unusual flavour delights such as vanilla and melon, apricot and lavender, orange and black nougat. As part of the rebranding the company have had a shift in focus to more contemporary decorations which utilises fresh fruits and flowers. The striking designs and unusual flavours has gained French Made an expanding customer base.

With fusion baking at the heart of their business, French Made has merged the British and French cultures in their creations. The company has revisited creating traditional sponge cakes with the twist of Provence flavours. Specialising in naked cakes, French Made uses fresh fruit, floral arrangements and traditionally French sweets and biscuits to decorate their delicious cakes, with the opportunity for customers to request a range of fashionable designs that suit their personality and the theme of the occasion.


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The Amazons


Taken from their Top 10 self-titled debut album – SOLD OUT headline tour follows in October


“Not much can halt their inevitable rise to the top.” – NME

“Big, bold and bursting with ground-shaking moments, it’s a debut that doesn’t just introduce itself but affirms how unstoppable The Amazons’ rise is about to become.” – Dork

“A bolshy stadium-ready debut.” – Clash

“This album is a belter, a shout-it-to-the-rooftops, punch-the-sky, yell-along-at-the-top-of-your-voice storm.” – The Daily Telegraph

The Amazons’ incendiary set at Reading Festival to their hometown prompted Dork to conclude “More than a sensation, The Amazons performance showcases what the festival spirit is all about… Football stadium ready chants breaking out between songs as people clamber under the canvas determined to get to a space inside.”
Now fastest rising rock band The Amazons continue their surge they share new vigorous video for fan favourite track ‘Ultraviolet’, featuring the band’s emotive performance augmented by animations.
The new video video captures the band excelling in their natural environment with an explosive performance which reflects the raw energy of their gigs. Each scene was shot on 16mm film, with dynamic animations scraped by hand,  frame by frame onto the negative before being run back through the scanner.

The video is the result of the craftsmanship by director Oscar Sansom, whose previous credits include videos for Biffy Clyro, Belle and Sebastian, Idlewidl and Twin Atlantic.

“I wanted to create a video that really celebrates the energy of The Amazons’ live performance, a visceral and explosive piece that would tear through the very film it was shot on. I wanted to make a blistering performance video that grabbed you by the scruff of the neck and looked you dead in the eye. “

Sansom adds: “The band has this amazing effortless rock’n roll attitude and sound and I wanted to reflect that through the techniques I used. Shot on 16mm to give it a beautiful filmic texture I then went about mutilating the final negative. Bleach, scratching, ink and fire were my weapons of choice, I did everything you are told not to do with a negative and there is something quite enjoyable about that punk style approach to making.”

The year started in style for the young Reading-based quartet as they became the most hotly-tipped guitar band of 2017 according to Music Week. The band’s self-titled debut smashed into the album charts at #8 earlier this summer. It also reached #6 on the vinyl album chart. That flying start was extended with continuing support from Radio 1, a debut performance on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’,guest appearance on Sunday Brunch, and the backing of a wide range of print and online media. The Amazons couldn’t be ignored.

As with the rest of the album,  ‘Ultraviolet’, which was produced by the Grammy nominated Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice, Foals, PJ Harvey) and recorded at the world famous Assault and Battery Studiosin west London.

The track’s parent album includes the punk ‘n’ roll rush of opener ‘Stay With Me’, the playful rhythmic drive that underpins ‘Black Magic’, and the foreboding grunge of ‘Little Something’. Elsewhere, ‘Burn My Eyes’ recalls both Husker Du and Biffy Clyro with its cocktail of visceral aggression and melodic intent, while ‘Raindrops’ showcases Thomson’s emotive vocal delivery. The album comes to surprise conclusion with the lighters-aloft piano ballad ‘Palace’ which demonstrates another angle to band away from their fiery wall of sound.

The Amazons’ ascent has continued in the live arena too. Their first headline tour of the year was entirely sold-out and their festival scheduled has extended from Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds Festival,  and BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend at home to dates all across the rest of Europe as well as Japan and South Korea.

With October headline tour sold out, The Amazons have announced further UK dates for February 2018. Tickets for the dates, listed below, are selling quickly with several nights already sold-out. Remaining tickets are on sale from


2nd – The Waterfront, Norwich (SOLD OUT)
3rd – The Leadmill, Sheffield (SOLD OUT)
4th – The Liquid Room, Edinburgh (SOLD OUT)
6th – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (SOLD OUT)
7th – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester 
8th – The Riverside, Newcastle (SOLD OUT)
9th – The Tramshed, Cardiff (INCREASED CAPACITY DUE TO DEMAND)
11th – Phoenix, Exeter (SOLD OUT)
12th – The 02 Forum Kentish Town, London (SOLD OUT)
13th – Engine Rooms, Southampton (SOLD OUT)
14th – SWX, Bristol (SOLD OUT)
20th – The Mercury Lounge, New York
23rd – Bardot, Los Angeles 



1st – O2 Institute, Birmingham
2nd – The Garage, Glasgow
8th – Junction, Cambridge 
9th – Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
10th – The Hexagon, Reading

The Amazons are Matt Thomson (vocals/guitar), Chris Alderton (guitar), Elliot Briggs (bass) and Joe Emmett (drums).

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Jude’s New Stick Toffee Pudding Ice Cream

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Jude’s will be launching the ice cream equivalent of Britain’s favourite pudding this winter. Britain is well known for their love of puddings, and this winter, Jude’s will be launching arguably the best pudding as a new ice cream flavor. Sticky Toffee Pudding will be coming to a Sainsbury’s near you this winter, with Jude’s using a caramel ice cream as a base before packing with extra swirls of gooey sticky toffee pudding.

Ideal for any pudding lover, Jude’s Sticky Toffee Pudding ice cream will be available exclusively at Sainsbury’s from the 5th of November. The ice cream flavour has been inspired by memories curled up next to a roaring fire enjoying the nation’s favourite, decadent winter treat. In order to reimagine the treat, Jude’s has used real sticky toffee pudding in order to replicate the “cookie dough” effect in order to offer the ultimate experience for ice cream and pudding lovers.

Jude’s is going from strength to strength with their seasonal award winning flavours of ice cream made in Britain. The company started in a Hampshire dairy barn, using the milk from local cows to create amazing ice cream. Now the milk for their products is supplied by a herd of 220 Holstein crossed with Friesian cattle on Matterly Farm, and Jude’s uses the best possible ingredients for their delicious flavour combinations. The company prides itself on constant development of new flavours and collaborations in order to deliver sensational products for their customers to enjoy.

As well as creating amazing ice creams that have managed to win more than 40 Great Taste Awards, company also makes sure that they give back. Jude’s donates 10% of all of their profits to charities that work with children and young people. This charitable ethos is another great reason to try out Jude’s range of products.

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