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A self-made millionaire spent 20 years renovating a luxury 500-acre country estate then married a farmer's daughter next door - in a real-life 'To The Manor' born love story

***EXCLUSIVE*** Wealthy Chris Vincent, 69, bought the sprawling Orchardleigh Estate complete with golf course, manor house and even an on-site castle. Chris, who started his career selling logs for £4.50 a ton in the 1960s, took on the "derelict" estate in 1999. Chris' luxury 500-acre Listed mansion now includes a Rolls-Royce and a Bentley and even an airstrip - for his helicopter.

A four-year-old boy wowed crowds at Solfest when he opened the Sunday set drumming to rock songs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Caleb Hayes who lives in Silloth with mum Kim, dad Andrew and seven-year-old sister Isabelle, has been drumming since he was two. He started to show an interest when he was just one.  Caleb’s parents are both musicians and his dad is a drummer which piqued his interest.  Kim said: “He started playing with a pencil. Then he started using Andrew’s sticks and he’d use anything - cushions mainly.  “But when he got to two he started playing on Andrew’s drums and that’s when we realised he’s got some tunes so we brought him his own electric drums.  “He started properly playing at two but he’d shown an interest earlier.”  Caleb is constantly playing on his drums and has a Roland drumming set which his parents say is helping him to learn and his skills to grow.

Britain’s biggest Beano fan has hoarded over 2000 comics, including nearly single issue from the 2000th to recently released 4000th

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kevin Payne, 55, was inspired to start collecting when he delivered the mags as a paper boy and bought his first in 1975 for two pence.  In almost half a century he has only missed a few issues, despite his Dad once burning his small stash as punishment.  The supermarket shelf stacker from Birmingham said: “They’re in individual bags, grouped into hundreds in the loft.   “I’ve marked the odd missing one with a bit of paper in case I find the edition. There’s 2003 in total. It was painstaking logging them but worth the effort to know where they all are.

An anaconda is captured attacking and killing the six-foot long Caiman, in Pantanal, Brazil

***EXCLUSIVE*** These incredible pictures show the epic battle as a 29-foot-long anaconda snake takes on member of the crocodile family in a fight to the death. A green anaconda is captured attacking the six-foot long Caiman, in Pantanal, Brazil after finding it in the swamps of tropical wetland where both species live. The anaconda can be seen wrapping itself around the member of the crocodile family trying to suffocate the caiman. Wildlife photographer Kevin Dooley, 58, was "lucky enough" to capture this extremely intense moment and says he has "never captured anything like this before."