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Alton Towers Resort is the UK’s first theme park to open an attraction that has been specifically designed for children of all abilities, including learning and physical impairments. The Something Special Sensory Garden is an immersive woodland trail where children of all abilities are invited to explore an array of interactive sights, sounds and textures. The new attraction will be part of CBeebies Land, opening at Alton Towers Resort next week on Saturday 24th May.
A Balinese man carries a green turtle to release at a beach in Kuta on Indonesia's resort island of Bali on May 14, 2014. Indonesian marine police seized 12 green turtles at Tanjung Benoa area during the operation to protect the endangered marine turtle.
Liverpool have revealed their 2014-15 Warrior away kit, via a Google Hangout.
Kym Teasdale, 31, from leads her horse back to the stable through the oil seed flowers in Washington, Tyne and Wear overlooked by the Penshaw monument.
T.J.Muller on the banjo, Ted Harbot on double bass, Paul Archibald on washboard and Patrick Darley on trombone during a photocall at Carlton Hill in Edinburgh to promote the 36th Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival which runs from the 18th-27th July.
Benjamin Baker, Louise Adler, the Prince of Wales, Joo Yeon Sir and Poom Prommachart during the annual awards ceremony at the Royal College of Music in London.
Actress Nicole Kidman poses for photographers during a photo call for Grace of Monaco at the 67th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Wednesday, May 14, 2014.
Oscar Pistorius (C) arrives at North Gauteng High Court where he is facing trial accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, left, speaks with Cate Blanchett at a dinner to celebrate the work of The Royal Marsden at Windsor Castle
At least 166 miners died, 80 injured with four in critical condition in a mine in the western Turkish province of Manisa where 787 miners work at the coal mine following a malfunction at an electrical transformer nearby late on May 13, 2014. Search and rescue operations keep going on in the mine. Some of the miners are freed from the mine and carried by rescuers
Zack Synder tweets the first picture of Ben Affleck as Batman ‘Man Of Steel’ which will pit Batman against Superman.
Multi-layered lenticular cloud hovering near Mount Discovery, a volcano about 70 km southwest of McMurdo Station on Ross Island, Antarctica, 24 November 2013. In 43 hours across five science flights in late November 2013, NASA's P-3 research aircraft collected more than 20,000 km worth of science data. Instruments gathered information about the thickness of the ice over sub glacial lakes, mountains, coasts, and frozen seas. The flights over Antarctica were part of Operation IceBridge, a multi-year mission to monitor conditions in Antarctica and the Arctic until a new ice-monitoring satellite, ICESat-2, launches in 2016.
A planet in a star system 155 light years from the Sun has been photographed by astronomers. It is a rare example of an exoplanet being directly imaged from Earth, rather than its presence being inferred from light data
Christ the Redeemer statue is silhouetted against a full moon in Rio de Janeiro