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15 June

Blackpool, Lancashire, is rightly the UK’s No.1 Seaside Holiday destination with thousands of hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts to choose from. World-Class attractions abound along the Promenade including Blackpool Beach, 3 Piers, Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Sandcastle Water Park, Sea Life Centre, Tussauds Waxworks and more. We look at the very best […]

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07 June

Your adoption will help care for the orphan gorillas of Senkwekwe as well as the wild mountain gorillas that call Virunga their home. The Senkwekwe Centre, the only mountain gorilla orphan centre in the world, plays a critical role in rehabilitating and caring for orphan gorillas. Since being abandoned by or taken from their families, […]

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12 February

Online travel agent Lastminute.com will be taken to court unless it pays more than £1m of outstanding refunds, the competition regulator has said. Lastminute.com had promised to refund people for package holidays cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But it missed a repayment deadline at the end of January. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) […]

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08 February

Coronavirus lockdowns mean non-essential travel is currently banned. How could things change later on in the year, and what are your rights if you book a UK holiday now? What are the rules for travel? Under the coronavirus lockdowns, holiday travel is not allowed in the UK. Journeys are only allowed for limited reasons, such as […]

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06 February

Parts of Wales’ tourism industry could reopen by Easter as long as the Covid-19 situation continues to improve, according to the first minister. Mark Drakeford said he could “see a path” towards reopening caravan parks and other parts of the tourism and hospitality sector by April. But he warned “unexpected things” had happened during the […]

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29 January

Known for its nightlife, culture, architecture and friendly locals, Newcastle is a canny (very good) city to visit. The iconic Angel of the North sculpture welcomes you to this industrial city on the River Tyne even before you meet a Geordie. Here are just a few of the many reasons to visit the capital of […]

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23 January

Visit Edinburgh and you’ll be hard-pressed not to visit it’s most famous historic castles – but why stick to the typical tourist trail of just visiting Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Palace of Holyroodhouse when there are so many more castles to see and enjoy? There are castles from the 12th Century and before! Edinburgh […]

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21 January

This article showcases some of the most popular players operating in the Social Media Advertising space. Our analysts selected these companies because they excel in one of the following categories: Innovation Innovative ideas Innovative route to market Innovative product Growth Exceptional growth Exceptional growth strategy Market Position Market domination Market leader Strong market competitor  Data […]

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15 September

Buckle & Seam, manufacturers and designers of high-quality leather bags, have made a huge committment to child education… Our special bond with Pakistan and its talented people budded during the year we spent working and living in Karachi. We knew we wanted to do more than just produce our bags there, considering the challenges Pakistan faces we […]

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11 August

Today, our water is supplied via the tap from regional utility companies.  Up until the late 1980s, the universal provision of water in England and Wales was considered to be a public health service and as such, was operated on a national basis by a public company. The water industry in England and Wales was privatised in 1989 […]

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