Summer salvation: the best things in life are free (or nearly!)

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Well, as the school holidays are heading to a speedy end, my attentions have turned to the rather expensive activities of kitting my kids out with new school uniforms, shoes, sports kits and stationery; all very exciting stuff, of course. After a somewhat pricey summer and costly back to school shopping expeditions, any activities or days out that I now …

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The changing face of London this summer

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London, with its population of over 8 million, is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. So, where do the inhabitants of London choose to holiday? Who travels to London for a vacation? And, how does the cultural mix of our capital city change throughout the year? Top Destinations for Londoners Londoners clearly like to stay close …

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Summer in the UK: Outdoor eating in London

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With more of us choosing to stay closer to home than ever before, we asked our  U.K travel experts to showcase the best places to visit. We might not boast the balmy climate of our neighbours, but here at home, we sure have plenty to offer. Whether you’re looking for an alternative to the festivals of Europe, or seeking out …

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Last minute ideas for the May Bank Holiday weekend

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If half-term and May’s second bank holiday have crept up on you again, leaving you scrambling for ideas on where to take the kids and how to entertain them once you’re there – take a deep breathe, make a cup of tea and read on. With the ‘staycation’ the current “in” holidaying trend (recently promoted by everybody’s favourite animated plasticine …

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Lords: the home of cricket

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The cricket season in the United Kingdom starts in earnest during May, with England facing New Zealand. Where better to watch this wonderful sport than at Lords Cricket Ground, officially known as the home of cricket. Lords is located in St John’s Wood, and is not only famous for its long history of cricket, but also its award-winning media centre …

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