Enjoy the heatwave but stay safe in the sun. The News during the past week has reported some very sad and unnecessary fatalities. Just because the air temperature outside is stifling, water temperatures will still be much lower and suddenly plunging into it can send your body into shock. You could also get cramp or […]
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It’s hard to imagine, that we will have a hot balmy summer since spring has practically passed us by with barely a dry day. With Easter behind us, we are full steam ahead towards Festival season. With Glastonbury having their Fallow year to give the site a chance to recover, you will be looking at other […]
My ID Card – PASS Proof of Age, will be attending Basingstoke Business Expo 2018 this Thursday, 22nd March. The Expo is being held at the Apollo Hotel and is run by B2B Expos in conjunction with The Best of Basingstoke. Entry is free, just register your interest to attend by visiting the B2B Expos […]
December is here and the Christmas shopping countdown begins. Whether you are a well organised shopper or a last-minute grabber, there’s plenty of choice on both the high street and online sales; for great Christmas gifts for all the family. We are all aware that when purchasing alcohol or tobacco products, it is likely that […]
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are essentially a way for retailers to sell you more, but on high priced goods, there are certainly some great savings to be made. This year’s event takes place on Friday 24th November and is generally online and on the high street through to Cyber Monday 27th November. What to […]
Don’t let your Bonfire weekend fizzle out – My ID Card – ID for Fireworks November 5th 1605 signifies the failed attempt of Guy Fawkes to remove King James I from the throne, and restore Britain’s Catholic monarchy by blowing up the houses of Parliament. Bonfire or fireworks night has become an English tradition – […]
Heading off for your first year at University? This is often the first time, you have been away from home for any length of time. Freshers’ Week can be very daunting however, with so much to look forward to it is also very exciting. It’s worth remembering that all Fresher Students are in the same […]
Festival Fever – Save the Date. You could take your passport to the festival – or your driving licence. But that’s risky. Where are you going to keep it safe? Is it worth leaving it in your tent for a not so-friendly visitor to take? May Bank Holiday is set to be scorcher, what better […]
“What Happens with the Hens Stays with the Hens” Yes that final big party weekend away with the girls before you sweetly say “I DO” Some choose to go abroad but the falling pound and rising air travel charges can often make the overall cost unreachable for some and we all know that the bride, […]