OPULENT TRAVEL LOUNGE TAKES FLIGHT WITH NEW ONLINE BOUTIQUE STORE

After successfully navigating through the aftermath of both the Shropshire floods and the ongoing Covid-19 travel restrictions, Shrewsbury-based Opulent Travel Lounge has launched a brand-new online boutique for fashion, fitness and travel lovers.  Opulent Beach Club is the sister brand to the travel company, providing luxury fitness, beachwear and travel accessories to customers across the UK. Handpicked for excellence, the site stocks famed brands including South Beach, TLC Sport, Warriors of the Divine and Sun Bum. An expansion of sister company, Opulent Beach Club centres around its online site (www.opulentbeachclub.com) that delivers nationwide, but select products will also be available

NEW CHOICE FOR CBD USERS AS MIDLANDS-BASED COMPANY LAUNCHES ONLINE STORE

Harvested from organically grown hemp in the USA and operated here in the Midlands, CHOICE CBD is ready to take the UK by storm. The new online-based business launched last month in response to an increase in UK-based CBD users, with a reported six million adults thought to have now used CBD products. A new high-quality CBD oil that contains specialist terpene blends and only the finest ingredients, CHOICE offers customers six products tailored to suit different lifestyles and needs. Whether looking for stress relief, an alternative to pain management or something to boost the immune system, CHOICE’s six unique

LOTTERY FUNDING BRINGS TO LIFE LIVING WELL UK’S VIRTUAL WELL-BEING PLATFORM

As we begin to transition into the ‘new normal’, the West Midlands’ leading mental health consortium Living Well UK is warning that it is essential that access to key tools and resources for overall well-being are made available. Recognising the growing need for flexible and accessible support structures and services, the charity is debuting its latest offering of well-being services in the form of a virtual well-being platform this week. The well-being platform – which has been made possible due to a £36,000 grant from the National Lottery Fund – is set to function as a ‘virtual well-being pop-up space’,