Exciting Stories for 2022: Supermarket Hollywood Stars and Origami Masterpieces

2022 has had some uplifting moments. Hollywood Saw a star ‘prowling’ down the biscuit aisle British Supermarket to an origami masterpiece made from a single sheet of paper.

Here are some of the top picks chosen by PA News Agency throughout the year.

– A Finnish origami artist uses a single sheet of paper to create a masterpiece

Juho Kokkola from Jyväskylä folded a two-year project into 109 hours in January to complete a work depicting two sword-wielding knights engaged in battle.

This masterpiece was folded from September 2021 to January 2022, requiring 5,377 folds.

The finished piece had no cuts or tears. When unfolded, it turns back into a square piece of paper.

Concora described the process as “very therapeutic,” adding, “It’s nice to see people show interest and appreciation.”

“It’s what drives me to keep going,” he said.

John Travolta Surprise Shoppers at Morrisons

Grease star John Travolta stunned shoppers when he was spotted casually “prowling around digestive biscuits” in a Norfolk supermarket in April.

Sam Flurry and husband Kevin While “going around[their]regular shop” at Morrisons in Fakenham, I met Travolta, who was supposedly filming a short film in West Raynham.

Frary, a customer service advisor in Sculthorpe, Norfolk, told PA:

“He was just hanging around Digestive Biscuits and most shoppers had no idea who was standing next to him.”

She added that he was “very approachable and friendly.”

– The man who has attended Glastonbury every year since 1978 recalls his fondest memories

In the case of HGV driver Ben Rogers, who has attended every Glastonbury Festival since 1978, some have always held a special place in their hearts.

Rogers, who still resides in Wells, Somerset, attended the event in June this year with his son Harry and daughter. Graceboth of which I have been to every year since I was born.

“I think it’s a tradition that will live in my family forever,” he told PA.

One of Rogers’ earliest memories is of the lasers shooting off the Pyramid Stage, and he said his best performance was David Bowie in 2000.

“It was just amazing. It’s hard to put into words,” he said.

– Thanks to bicycle charity, Ukrainian refugees can get a taste of their former life

The Bicycle Project repairs used or abandoned bicycles and provides them to refugees and asylum seekers in London and Birmingham. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many Ukrainians who fled to Britain benefited from charity work.

Katerina Helich, who fled Kyiv with her daughter Daniela Guj on April 26, told PA the bike project gave them the opportunity to “get a taste of our past lives.”

“We rode our bikes every weekend just for fun (in Ukraine). We usually commute by bike, so when we got here we missed that time. It gave us a chance to taste our former life,” she said.

– A man hopes to become a professional footballer through the UK immigration team

The euro and the World Cup have dominated the news this year, and many, including Ussri Badawi, who fled the war in Sudan and came to the UK in 2018, have spoken about how important football is to them.

In August, he told PA about his hopes of becoming a professional footballer, inspired by joining an immigrant football team.

Mr Badawi “faced dangerous situations” on his way to the UK, including sitting between the wheels of a moving lorry before seeking help from Changing Lives FC, a football team made up of refugees and migrants. said.

“I didn’t know a soccer team I could train with, so I stumbled across training. I’ve been here for three years,” he said.

“A team with multicultural players from different countries really means a lot.

“Everyone knows we don’t have perfect English, so we can communicate well, which may not be the case with other teams. increase.”

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