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Luton woman wins hunt for white chocolate Creme Egg

Natasha Bream with her winning egg Credit: PA

A nursery manager from Luton has become the first person to find a rare white chocolate Creme Egg.

The sweet surprise could see 30-year-old Natasha Bream win up to two thousand pounds in the Cadbury's promotion.

The firm has produced 350-400 Creme Eggs in white chocolate for the first time - with prizes for those who find them.

Ms Bream said she planned to use the money to go on holiday - and that she wouldn't be eating the egg just yet.

"I was very excited, and a little shocked. It was quite bizarre as we had just been talking about it at work so we knew what it meant to win."

– Natasha Bream

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Northamptonshire crematorium could be used for wedding ceremonies

Kettering Borough Council is looking at advertising the town's crematorium for wedding ceremonies.

The council says funerals only take place during the week, leaving the weekend's free. They're now looking into the possibility of making it work.

Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.

Building a 24-year Christmas tradition with Lego

For 24 years it has been a Christmas tradition to build a giant Lego model. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A couple from Huntingdon have built up an unusual festive tradition over the past quarter of a century.

Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman build a giant Lego model each year in the run-up to Christmas.

They have made something different each year for the past 24 years. This year's theme is a Victorian doll's house at Christmas.

They were helped with the huge construction project by their great niece and great nephew Kitty and Beau Pollard.

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