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Family Days Out in Cornwall

Posted by on March 31, 2011
Thousands and thousands of Brits and many more travellers from across the world will be heading to Cornwall this year for their summer holidays. Cornwall is a great attraction for any tourist be they a couple seeking a romantic getaway or a family on their summer holidays. In this post we will look at some of the great attraction that Cornwall has...
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Personal Information on your holiday

Posted by on March 30, 2011
When you go on holiday there is a whole list of paperwork you should take with you, but one thing that is not often mentioned is a personal information sheet. While this can seem excessive in nature it could actually save you a lot of time in the event of an emergency. If you think of it as a holiday CV, this piece of paper could help provide key information...
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Travel Insurance Tips

Posted by on March 29, 2011
When you are thinking about a holiday many people want to consider the important things such as the holiday destination, accommodation and the cost. Travel insurance is seen often as just one extra hassle before the holiday can be enjoyed. Finding travel insurance does not have to be a major task if you take a few steps to make sure your insurance...
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Weymouth Beach Kite Festival 2011

Posted by on March 28, 2011
If you want to experience a traditional English seaside holiday then Weymouth and Dorset are a perfect place to be. The Jurassic Coast is perfect for a family looking to enjoy a great holiday while not leaving the country. A great idea for a family holiday is to rent a holiday cottage. A holiday cottage in Dorset can act as a great relaxed family...
If you plan on heading out on a luxury safari to South Africa any time soon then you’ll want to know what you’re going to need to take with you. Packing can be a problem with any holiday, but if you’re going somewhere genuinely special then you definitely don’t want to forget something that would be essential to your enjoyment. Luckily,...
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New Derbyshire Nature Reserve Vision

Posted by on March 24, 2011
This month nature lovers received some great news regarding a new vision to create the largest nature reserve in Derbyshire outside of the Peak district. The organisation behind the plans, The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, have given out details that they have already acquired 182 acres of land that will be turned into the nature reserve. Plans are still...
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Those travelling to Bath’s International Music Festival are in for a treat this year, along with the many events that will hosted by local musicians visitors will get also the chance to see some of the world’s finest songwriters and performers in action. Billy Bragg is one of the country’s greatest songwriters and has collaborated with many of...
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A Free Royal Concert for Bath

Posted by on March 22, 2011
As I am sure you will have heard that the royal wedding is taking place this year on April the 29th. To commemorate this wonderful event many cities around the country are putting on events and celebrations. The city of Bath is putting on a huge show that will not only feature great music and live entertainment but also workshops for children and adults. The...
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The SAS Visit Woolacombe

Posted by on March 18, 2011
My title sounds a little more ominous then it is, when I mention the SAS I am of course referring to Surfers Against Sewage. The non profit pressure group who are focussed on preserving and conserving the UK’s oceans and beaches have initiated a national beach cleaning tour and have chosen to start the scheme in Devon. The first beach that was chosen...
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A song for Bath

Posted by on March 17, 2011
Are you a songwriter, singer or performer that lives in or near the city of Bath? If your answer is yes then now is the time to use your skills to come up with a piece of music that sums up the city of Baths spirit. The competition taking place this year is called ‘The Song for Bath’ and is being run in collaboration with numerous organisations...
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