Days out

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    Ten places to visit in the UK

    Whether you’re looking for somewhere to spend the day or for a beach holiday, there are plenty of great places to visit across the UK. Here are our top 10 locations and ideas of where to go. Devon The county has 95 miles of beautiful coastline, with clean beaches, rock pools and plenty of opportunities

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    Buying a caravan for the family

    Caravanning is a fun way to spend time with the family and introduce children to the great outdoors. There is the freedom of travelling from campsite to campsite and the luxury of taking a mini version of your home on the road. But what should you consider before buying a caravan for the family? Think

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    15 Pound holidays from the Sun

    Going on holiday for £15.00? It sounds absolutely wonderful doesn’t it? But is it really possible? Well The Sun newspaper tells us so, but what is the real damage to our pocket? Let’s have a look at exactly how much a £15.00 family holiday really is and how to avoid the ‘hidden’ extras that could

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    Top things to see and do in London

    I looked at the calendar today and was shocked to see how far into 2014 we are. Where Did That Go? It’s easy to get so wrapped up in life that you forget to experience it, and where better to live-it-up than in our nation’s capital. Here is a selection of not-to-be-missed events going on

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    Top family festivals for 2014

    Keeping the kids entertained during weekends and school holidays can be expensive to say the least, and for those with larger families, it can be especially hard. Taking the kids to festivals is a great way of getting the whole family out and all getting the opportunity to enjoy yourselves and now is a good

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    Are You a First-Time Festivaler? Guide to UK Festivals

    The UK plays host to a vast number of music festivals every year, from early spring right through to late autumn. The festival atmosphere and degree of self-policing that goes on amongst festival-goers makes these events reasonably safe, and therefore popular with young and old music fans alike. If you fancy donning your wellies and

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