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The man who makes protective blankets for homeless people by ironing together 77 used crisp wrappers

Miley Porritt - The Iron Man of Frome, Somerset: Formerly homeless. he set up his own ironing business ‘The Iron Man’. During the coronavirus he started making foil blankets by ironing crisp packets together and sending them out to homeless charities around the UK. It takes about 150 packets to make one liner and they are sealed together using the heat from an iron. The foil in the packet would reflect a person's body heat back on to them to help keep them warm.

Smallest Christmas party in the world

Hamburg: View of a replica of a Christmas party in a harbour setting in the Miniaturwunderland in the Speicherstadt. In order to enable their employees to have a Christmas party in spite of Corona, the operators of the Wunderland came up with something special and, with the help of a 3D printer, created a celebration of their "Wunderländer" in true style.

Cave dwellings - living like the Hobbits

Saxony-Anhalt, Langenstein: The lettering cave dwellings is on a wooden shield. In Langenstein in the Harz mountains, people are waiting for a Hobbit pipe to come around the corner. In the small town near Halberstadt there are still a dozen or so well-preserved cave dwellings that remind us of the floodplain from the two bestsellers "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" by the writer J.R.R. Tolkien. The dwellings were carved into several sandstone rocks with hammer and chisel by peasant families from 1855 onwards. Today, an association takes care of the preservation of the cave dwellings.

Bavarian pendants for the Christmas tree

Bavaria, Neustadt Bei Coburg: Christmas tree decorations in the form of white sausages are in the packaging of the company "Inge-Glas". Not only baubles and straw stars have long since been decorating the Christmas tree.