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Hello Kitty Toothbrushes (Twin pack) 89p@ Home Bargains

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Hello Kitty Toothbrushes (Twin pack) 89p@ Home Bargains. Purchased at Crewe store, not sure if its nationwide. Not intended for children under 3 years of age.
fairycake88 Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago3 Comments
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I buy them all the time and they also sell the hello kitty toothpaste
these are cute. got them for my little girl over a month ago and she insists on using them both. :)
Its nationwide, got some from Sheffield the other day :)
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Ex M.& S. Easter Cards Only 29p at Home Bargains, Originally £2/£2.50

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Lots of attractive designs to choose from. This includes both large individual cards & packs of 6 small cards. Even the 6 packs are only 29p. Original prices were either £2 or £2.50 depending on the s…
hillsbills Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago14 Comments
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Blasphemous
'Easter Cards'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When did we decide 'Cards' are part of Easter? What a money making racket Greetings Cards are!


Easter is a religious time of the year just like Christmas for many different cultures around the world. So if people with religious or similar beliefs want to buy & send then let them. Easter cards have always been sold in this country, obviously you've never had the need to buy them.
RosieWoo
Rupz
RosieWoo
I bought these the other day

I send them to my elderly relatives and family friends that we don't see very often, with a new photo of my little one in. Just like I do at Christmas, and various other times throughout the year :)

will i be receiving one this year ;)

Are you an elderly relative or family friend?

No :)

lol........ ok fine... just send me a card with any pic on it :)
Rupz
RosieWoo
I bought these the other day

I send them to my elderly relatives and family friends that we don't see very often, with a new photo of my little one in. Just like I do at Christmas, and various other times throughout the year :)


will i be receiving one this year ;)


Are you an elderly relative or family friend?

No :)
RosieWoo
I bought these the other day

I send them to my elderly relatives and family friends that we don't see very often, with a new photo of my little one in. Just like I do at Christmas, and various other times throughout the year :)

will i be receiving one this year ;)
I bought these the other day

I send them to my elderly relatives and family friends that we don't see very often, with a new photo of my little one in. Just like I do at Christmas, and various other times throughout the year :)
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My First Magnetic Calender £2.99 @Home Bargins instore only (RRP £16.99)

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It's so easy to learn with this magnetic 'My First Calendar' chart. It covers days of the week, months of the year, dates, weather conditions and seasons. Magnetic board size 40cm x 32cm with hanging
whimsy Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago1 Comment
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I got one of these too from Home Bargains. They have had them since before Xmas, but still have some in stock. Great price as £16 from Great Little Trading Co.
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Ringers: Lord Of The Fans Special Edition 99p @ Home Bargains.

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Bloody bargain, normal version costs £3.97 @ Amazon
farhadmaster Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago3 Comments
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ravenheart
That's overpriced by 98p.


Some positive reviews though, so at 99p I'd say it's worth a punt....and some heat.
That's overpriced by 98p.
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M&M's Choc Pouch 185g £1.00 @ Home Bargainsh

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Bargain, eating them now.
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Free Computer/Laptop OR Internet! (GRANT)

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HOME ACCESS GRANT The government is given out 'Home Access Grant', free laptops grants for low income families. While it was only launched in January, already the Govt's given out 55,000 grants and…
xMuneeb Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago20 Comments
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xMuneeb;8762839
this is turning into a political thread hahah


As usual.
Monkey nuts 2;8760124
So if I stopped working, the government will pay the interest on my mortgage, my council tax, pay me some spending money, give me a free bus pass and top it off with a free laptop and internet.

Can't see why so many are out of work at the moment.


You won't get interest paid until three or nine months after losing your job (god forbid you should); depending upon when you mortgaged or remortgaged your home. Trying to hold of your lender for that period of time will be a task. Don't forget only your interest is paid, so if you get into arrears for a repayment mortgage, the lender will still take action.

Free Bus Pass is a new one on me, perhaps your local DWP people are feeling generous.

The free laptop applies to kids of a certain age. Most claimants will be genuine; but like any other benefit that is fraudulently claimed, a few will go to the undeserving.
Fluffykins;8757982
Rep added, but it's funny, isn't it? There's something weird about advertising and providing details of this on t'Internet, when it is to help people who don't have access to the Internet..

Its a bit like telling someone, who can't read, to fill out an application form for English lessons


This is advertised via Schools, Libraries etc. IT is expected that parents would get more info from internet access at a Library. Application is via the phone/postal application. So nothing funny really.
DontRun;8758577
[SIZE=2]The country's in debt hundreds of billions of pounds, so there's no money to spend on important things like the NHS.... and they're giving away laptops![/SIZE] :w00t:

agreed.....i have private healthcare through my company - however private healthcare is very cheap in this country because these private hc companies still rely on the nhs for expensive treatments like cancer.....

nhs in reading is good, no complaints - unlike other areas but care in the USA isnt that great and mega expensive....

my bros in USA and Switzerland pay 4-5 times what i paid privately for private care for our similar requirements (family 2 adults/2 kids uk approx £180/mth, usa approx £800/mth, switzerland approx £900/mth)...

HOWEVER, in this country we have the fallback of cheap (or free for some) healthcare in the NHS...

id always support having a decent freeish hcare service even if i didnt use it.....same goes for benefits which annoyingly is being abused by scum

another stupid labour idea killed - totally dumb idea - glad common sense has prevailed
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/politics/10251696.stm
stresshead;8763351
the condems have cut this grant they have laid off all the becta staff 270 of them within a week of getting into power they are also cutting the child trust fund from sept down from 250.00 to 100.00 then down to 50.00 then phased out by next year bet all the middle classes are glad they voted for them now!!!!!!

im worse off voting for them but its a balance.....if brown and labour were in charge any our debt would be double after creating millions of new non-jobs and spending more we havent got
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Free Computer and Internet Access (England only)

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There is a scheme called Home Access whereby low income families can get free computer, internet and support for a year. It hasn't been well publicised and I can't find a working link about it on her…
Azureus Avatar6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago72 Comments
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We won't qualify... We are married and both work. The government HATES people like us!!!!


Exactly... It gets on your nerves...i have always worked and never get help...All the freeloaders of this country help yourself
Too many do-gooders in this country....
I have a so called friend that receved there new computer to go along with there 3 other laptops in the house hold, The first thing that thay said was how much will i give them for it with the internet dongle,,," i did stop for one moment and wonder what the hell is going on with the govenment" i find it dam right discusting come on labour cant you at least send somebody to there home first to see if they need one or not , if this was the case after looking at there 42 lcd tv,xbox 360, playstation 3 and more games than gamestation they would consider do they really need it,,,,,ow yes i did decline there offer but later on found it on ebay .......
Is the PC on offer the Bribo laptop? There seem to be a lot of them appearing on eBay for some reason.

With internet access a basic "right", I can't wait for Sky TV to be classified the same way.
I am in scotland so dont qualify but as a mum of 4 and 5 year old and going through a divorce I think they would have been better placed offering people the chance to get second hand pc's for free - a lot of companies are frequently upgrading their machines and am sure they could have negotiated a tax incentive to companies so that people on low incomes could obtain them. And then either provide after school pc clubs for kids so they can do the computer access they need or use the money to upgrade the countrys internet\wifi areas...
Yes i would love a laptop, but I have an old desktop pc and its my lifeline for human interaction - cant afford babysitters and live rural cos where I used to live the rental prices were too expensive...I use the internet for information, my nightlife - castle age on FB! - and to get groceries, kids clothes second hand etc as I hate going shopping with my kids - am so busy at looking at what they are showing me i never get much shopping done and with bus fares and toilet stops\cafes and unpredictable weather, shopping is not something I enjoy, or find cheap!

And less people would be out of work if the government would allow you to pay for childcare in your own home....many part time jobs in small villages either involve early starts\late finishes or even night shifts and some weekend work and I dont want to wake my children up at some unsociable hour to drop them off at a childminder, or wake them up out of bed to drop them off at a childminder or have them sleep over at a childminders house - thats if there are registered childminders who would let you drop your kids off or pick them up outside sociable hours! most single mums i know in my circumstances want to work, but are between a rock and a hard place - they miss the adult company a job provides, but also want to be the main figure in their kids life and not have their kids spending more awake time with a childminder than their own parent. Public transport is also expensive, especially now I have my 5 year old to pay for now, will be worse next year as will have to be for both, and there are no decent bus pass\ multi journey options in my area, and the buses are once an hour, and even worse in evening and on Sundays, yet accommodation is too expensive in the main city, and local authority housing difficult to obtain.
redchud;8269004
England only not WALES!!!

Takes some of the sting out of paying for prescriptions here.
Not that I can get this, took volountay redundancy but have a job starting back end of this month,
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Free computer (and Internet access for 1yr) for children aged 7 - 14 (yrs 3 to 9)

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Thought I'd post this up here as it hasn't been that widely publicised yet, even though it's a great scheme that could help out a lot of people. So for those that haven't heard, there is now a sche…
Reload Avatar6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago246 Comments
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^ it was from an early page in this thread feb 2010 I think
dontasciime
katya1971
update on positive IT free second year Broadband, it is now live on their site and stated in the packages. To get the second year you have to apply via a form from their website in month 11 of the free initial year. This has to be sent to positive IT and they then send you a new sim card to use in month 13 which is same in all aspects of the first year with exception to the allowance which will be cut to 2GB.They have also confirmed they will deliver packages next day if ordered by 2pm. also if for any reason that it isnt right for you they will collect it back and refund if needed.They are also the only ones who have the OS imaged onto the drive so you can reinstate windows if it crashes. all the others will send out disks.All windows 7 are academic issues and will not have any serial numbers on the stickers.Also dont be fooled to think you will get an all black Samsung as they are all black and silver even if the other company's are showing black, these are the most common stock photos, they are all made specifically in china for Samsung for this programme.Over all after looking at the different company's they are all offering much the same with only two exceptions being positive IT with said above and XMA who are offering Microsoft office 7 installed and alternative T mobile BB , and BLI who have the additional software suite which maybe available on the web for free anyway.Yet to phone the other two company's mentioned.Be aware that comet are charging £56 if you want a refund after getting your package and this will not be taken off the grant!
where on their site ?

Has that comment ^^^^ been deleted Dontasciime,i can't see it :|

Can't see any of the info on the site either,above it says things like the allowance cut to 2GB according to the info on Positive IT it was 2GB to start with so there's no cut,i'm confused !
katya1971
update on positive IT free second year Broadband, it is now live on their site and stated in the packages. To get the second year you have to apply via a form from their website in month 11 of the free initial year. This has to be sent to positive IT and they then send you a new sim card to use in month 13 which is same in all aspects of the first year with exception to the allowance which will be cut to 2GB.They have also confirmed they will deliver packages next day if ordered by 2pm. also if for any reason that it isnt right for you they will collect it back and refund if needed.They are also the only ones who have the OS imaged onto the drive so you can reinstate windows if it crashes. all the others will send out disks.All windows 7 are academic issues and will not have any serial numbers on the stickers.Also dont be fooled to think you will get an all black Samsung as they are all black and silver even if the other company's are showing black, these are the most common stock photos, they are all made specifically in china for Samsung for this programme.Over all after looking at the different company's they are all offering much the same with only two exceptions being positive IT with said above and XMA who are offering Microsoft office 7 installed and alternative T mobile BB , and BLI who have the additional software suite which maybe available on the web for free anyway.Yet to phone the other two company's mentioned.Be aware that comet are charging £56 if you want a refund after getting your package and this will not be taken off the grant!

where on their site ?
owens101;7449897
yeah that's what I mean, my friend is a single mum of 3 but she works part time so not entitled

As someone who works but was unable to for a couple of years due to injury, I would like to say most people on benefits deserve to recieve benefit and there ghildren should be helped and personaly I dont see why a single parent should be treated any differend from anybody else.
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