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Travel

Camping Tent To Ensure That Your Camp More Desirable

Other extras of the tent include the following; flysheet, polyethylene floor that is double-coated, three upright poles, a 5,000 proofing, taped seams while a four room tunnel Camping Tent.

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11th Dec 2014
elaine elaineconrad
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Money & Finance

We Should All Make a Will – And Here’s Why…

Families have never been more complicated. Thanks to the prevalence of divorce and remarriage, families are getting bigger, with step-children, half-siblings and multiple spouses to complicate what happens to your money when you’re gone.

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10th Dec 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Home & Leisure

Not another Knitted Jumper, Gran!

Christmas presents can be a minefield!

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9th Dec 2014
Louise Williams
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Society & Politics

Car Accident Injuries In The UK Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid Via Expert Panel

If you are ready to put the services of an accident claim lawyer to good use in Bradford, and to secure the accident compensation you deserve, you need to get the ball rolling today by calling Road Injury Experts.

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4th Dec 2014
Zuan Morgan
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Society & Politics

Are You The Victim of Non-Fault Road Collision Incident In Bradford

In the event that you do need road accident claim advice in Bradford there is no better place to discover it that Road Injury Experts. Our accomplished road accident claims directors have years of involvement in surveying and overseeing road accident claims for road episode victimized people.

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4th Dec 2014
Zuan Morgan
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Society & Politics

Who do the major parties really represent?

George Osborne delivers his Autumn Statement today but what can we look forward to and can we trust what is said?

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3rd Dec 2014
Gareth Hargreaves
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Home & Leisure

Choosing the Right Bed

There’s nothing worse than having to go about your day feeling tired and sleep deprived, so choosing a bed that’s going to ensure you get a great night’s sleep every night is a big decision that it’s worth taking some time over. There are a number of things to consider when choosing a bed from the bedframe itself to the right mattress topper, so here’s a guide to help you choose the right bed for you.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

Three Ways to Improve Your Living Room

There are two types of people in the world: those who favour the living room and those whose kitchen is the heart of the home. While they both have their pros and cons, I’ve always favoured the former. Here’s a few tips on how to make the most of your living room.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Money & Finance

Choosing to Release Equity in Your Home

The financial burden of choosing or needing to retire can be a big one, so it’s important to consider all of your options carefully. Here are some things to consider when looking at releasing equity in your home.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

5 Bespoke Bathroom Design Ideas for the Mature Couple

If you’ve reached that golden point in your life when your kids have all grown up and you’ve paid off your mortgage, you’ll feel the incredible liberation to know that your property is all yours and can spend your spare time really enjoying your home. You may even want to make some changes if you’re retired and you want to tackle all those long-awaited projects around the house. After all, as our lifestyles change, so should our homes.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

Getting the Right Insurance for Your Holiday Home

If you’re lucky enough to own your own holiday home then you want to be sure you’re protecting your investment – just as you would your primary home. However making sure you’ve got the right insurance cover can be confusing, so here’s a guide to help you make sure you’ve got the right cover in case anything goes wrong.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

The Benefits of Frameless Glass in the Home

If you’ve reached that exciting golden age and you finally have more time on your hands to renovate the home or to tackle those long awaited DIY projects, consider the importance of natural light as you start to make those exciting changes to your property.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

5 Household Tips to Save on Your Energy Bills

The winter is setting in, and like many homeowners across the nation, you’ve cranked up the thermostat to keep your home toasty this cold and bitter season. The grandkids are due to visit this Christmas and nothing matters more to you than having a warm and comfortable home for your guests.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Home & Leisure

Top London Locations for a Happy Retirement

Whilst many dream of the seaside views of Cornwall, or a lakeside retreat in Windermere, London is fast becoming a retirement hotspot according to many recent property reports. In an article posted by the BBC, London has been dubbed the new ‘retirement nirvana’, offering the convenience of the city but the charms of a small town.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Relationships

Balancing Your Work life with a Duty of Care: The Key Points to Keep in Mind

I had experience of my sister going into care so thought I would share this. I hope you find it interesting.

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21st Nov 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Money & Finance

The Best Cars for Your Retirement Years

I have always struggled with car buying - my knowledge of cars is limited and 'does it go' has always been the only question I have asked of a car. Now that money is not as plentiful I have to do more research. I thought I'd share my research and findings!

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13th Nov 2014
Louise Williams
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Home & Leisure

The Thrifty Christmas Gift Guide for Grandparents

We all know Christmas can really push the limits of your budgets but here is a quick guide on how to save that little bit more over Christmas and help you through the expensive winter months!

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12th Nov 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Home & Leisure

Winter Rambling: The Right Attire

I regularly go walking and so I thought I would do a nice write up of my thoughts on rambling and the attire as so many get it wrong.

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12th Nov 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Travel

Exploring Norway | 3 ready made tours for the more mature customer.

We recently went to explore Norway. Little piece about the deals and tours you can get.

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6th Nov 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Travel

Investing in Holiday Home Ownership: Hints and Tips

Not so long ago my wife and I decided to buy a small property on a small island off the west coast of Greece called Kefalonia. Here is our quick guide which we learnt ourselves and have written out for you.

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17th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Health & Wellbeing

Sport and Activities for Older Adults

On another note from my last post about 60+ fitness...Sport is for everyone, not just the young and super fit. If you’re trying to find a way of getting more exercise, then the following activities could be for you, and they’re in order of least to most strenuous so you can work out which is best for you.

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16th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Health & Wellbeing

How to Keep Enjoying Sport at 60+

Here is how I keep myself fit even at my age! The breadth of sport and exercise that older people partake might just surprise you. The most recent survey by the Office for National Statistics revealed that well over a third of people aged over 65 took part in sports and exercise for the purpose of health in the last year. So what sports are popular with older people and how can you make sure you continue to enjoy sport and exercise?

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16th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Money & Finance

Is Property Development Loan A Scam?

At the very outset, you need to remember that investing in any off-the hook or plan apartment can be a viable option for all property investors. It is particularly true in vibrant and thriving cities where apartment developments and directives are specifically dime a dozen.

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16th Oct 2014
Alison Katte
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Entertainment

How I Finally Took Control of My Garage

As you know I'm an avid car fan and as you can imagine I have a lot of tool for the restoration processes I do. Here's how I managed to get all my stuff in check will a couple of useful links to some great quality kit I got recommended to me by a friend.

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10th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Entertainment

How I Personally Saved Money Bundling My Insurance Policies

Nowadays more so than ever insurance is not just needed but required by law. Therefore paying the lowest price is everyone goal in the insurance companies game. Here is what I found out when I went about looking to bundle them up with one broker to bring the price and hassle right down/

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10th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Entertainment

Do You Have Buried Treasure in Your Home?

Here is an article I wrote from previous experience: My wife and I used to have a lot of old jewellery lying at the bottom of some draws, we used to wear a lot back when we were more adventurous with what we wore, as some may say! We actually traded a lot of it in and made a small fortune.

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10th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Entertainment

My Top Tips For Healthy And Safe Travelling

Having a medical condition doesn’t always mean you have to cut back on all the things you used to enjoy. Many people are unaware of the options available to them in terms of travel and holidaying abroad, and as a result of this the idea of leaving home for an extended period can be a daunting prospect. Here’s my top tips for healthy and safe travel

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10th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Entertainment

The Benefits of Using a Reputable Home Buyers Service

When looking at selling a home due to several reasons, it's always a good idea to research the best way to go about doing. I have outlined a few points that I had in mind, that I feel are worth sharing

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10th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Money & Finance

Should You Buy a Car from an Online Retailer?

As mentioned in my profile. I am an avid car fan. Both old and new. This is a little piece on car purchasing nowadays.

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9th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope
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Travel

Why You Should Consider Breakdown Insurance When Travelling Abroad

Both me and my wife love cars and travelling so naturally we go on some splendid road trips! Just see the photo we took. But after conversing with a lot of my friends they fear the idea of a breakdown due to high costs. Unfortunately not everyone's pension is plush so here is a piece we wrote about a service we use. Hope it helps!

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9th Oct 2014
William Freddy Hope

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