Hobbyhorsing: Inside the world of Finland’s equestrian craze

On an uncharacteristically warm and clear weekend in May, more than 5,000 people descended on Helsinki's Kaivopuisto Park — one of the Finnish capital city's largest — to take part in the latest craze beginning to sweep the nation.
For those without the time or financial means to take up horse riding, "hobbyhorsing" is providing a fun and quirky alternative.
First introduced to the mainstream by 2017 documentary "Hobbyhorse Revolution" — directed by Finnish filmmaker Selma Vilhunen — the pastime's popularity is increasing rapidly, in particular with young girls.

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Theresa May vows major inquiry into use of flammable cladding after Grenfell Tower blaze

Prime Minister Theresa May has said there must be a "major national investigation" into the use of potentially flammable cladding on high-rise towers across the country over a period of decades.

Mrs May's call came as Cabinet was informed 95 samples of cladding from tower blocks in 32 English local authority areas have failed fire safety tests – amounting to 100% of all samples submitted by councils in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

The PM's official spokesman said the national investigation could be conducted as a second phase of the public inquiry already announced into the west London blaze, which claimed the lives of at least 79 people earlier this month.