Chocolate heaven! Room made entirely of Belgians finest where every single piece of furniture is edible

Chocolate heaven! Room made entirely of Belgian’s finest where every single piece of furniture is edibleSculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of chocolate to make the loungeThe room features chocolate chairs, a table, a fireplace and a flower pot It took two months to prepare and two weeks of work to transform the chocolate into furniture and home decorations By Sarah Johnson PUBLISHED: 17:07 GMT, 11 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 12 March 2013 The world of home furnishings just got a whole lot tastier. A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in a shopping centre in Minsk, Belarus.

Congregation of St Michaels and All Angels Church, Daws Heath, complete construction of flatpack church with wood from Lapland

Give us this day our daily shed! Congregation complete Scandanavian FLATPACK church after spending 90 years worshipping in hut The 150-year-old Lapland wood is expected to last up to 200 yearsAssembly took just over three months thanks to team of up to 15 builders PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 4 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:22 GMT, 4 December 2012 Worshippers have beaten Santa to it and imported their own gift from Lapland – this flatpack church – just in time for Christmas. For the past 90 years, the congregation of St Michael’s and All Angels Church, in Daws Heath, Essex, have had to make do with a First World War army hut. But with the hut falling into a state of disrepair, the Anglican congregation decided it was time to replace their old church with a brand new 560,000 building.

Brave trucker hailed hero for leaping into cab of blazing lorry to move away from busy high street as its engulfed in flames

Moment hero trucker leaped into cab of blazing lorry to drive it clear of Christmas shoppers before it exploded into flamesHero driver jumped back into lorry as Christmas shoppers watched Video captures the moment flames break out as driver, named as Martin Ford, moves lorry to quieter street100,000 worth of furniture destroyed in blaze | UPDATED: 01:19 GMT, 1 December 2012 This is the dramatic moment a lorry driver leapt into his blazing truck and steered it away from a busy high street. Martin Ford risked his life to drive the burning vehicle away from hundreds of Christmas shoppers. Seconds after he pulled it into a quiet side street and got out, the whole lorry, including the cab, was engulfed in flames