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☀ Half Term & Bank Holiday Family Day Out Offers ☀

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£0.00 @ littlebird
Half Term is sneaking up on us and it's time to get a few activities planned to keep the kids occupied! Obviously, your local parks, forests and beaches are free and a BIG hit with kids, but if you… Read More
Half Term is sneaking up on us and it's time to get a few activities planned to keep the kids occupied! Obviously, your local parks, forests and beaches are free and a BIG hit with kids, but if you…
millarcat Avatar2d, 1h agoFound 2 days, 1 hour ago19 Comments
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Flamingoland 2 for 1 tickets here.
8) wow... Heat, ur on fireee
Madchester
Our local park is a BIG BIG hit with our children so thanks for pointing that out and 6 bottles of Buck's Fizz for £18 is mind blowing so it's a BIG thanks from me!!!

Will will probably spend half term on the local park with the kids and swig Buck's Fizz from lucozade bottles. Nice one.


I think you'll find it reads on the Lucozade bottle label 'Do Not Refill', so that's not going to work
thanks
It's Elmer day this Saturday, free stories and craft events at libraries and book shops to celebrate it. See link for your nearest.... Elmer day look up
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Lightwater Valley £15.00 entry Superheroes 3rd 4th June event

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£15.00 @ Lightwater Valley
Entry for £15 if you dress up as superhero, use code Super15. 3rd and 4th June for adults and children. Read More
Entry for £15 if you dress up as superhero, use code Super15. 3rd and 4th June for adults and children.
Mum2ConnornCerys Avatar2d, 14h agoFound 2 days, 14 hours ago10 Comments
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£15 per person regardless children or adult?


Yeh, I think under a certain height or say age 3 or 4 years is free... Would have to look. We had season passes, we went maybe 6 to 8 times, I live Teesside so not too far drive and we had brilliant day. They also have birds of prey and the kids play park angry bird themed is good too plus soft play inside.
£15 per person regardless children or adult?
Whoo hoo my post made it on WhatsApp alert lol.
Paddy_o_furniture
Entry just £17 when booking online with code PTMAY.
Voucher is here- http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/Launch.aspx?EID=386fc7c8-06a6-4522-8e67-7d2b2b140605 pg 16/17 for £17 on the door entry.


Yeh to save dressing up lol.

There a vouchers for Lightwater Valley bogof entry in. Your entertainer tees Valley books if you have one like me. Available to purchase online for £25....keep looking out for their event days to buy one in person for few quid less.
Entry just £17 when booking online with code PTMAY.
Voucher is here- http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/Launch.aspx?EID=386fc7c8-06a6-4522-8e67-7d2b2b140605 pg 16/17 for £17 on the door entry.
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25% off days out @ buyagift great for half term

£0.00 @ vouchercodes.co.uk
Instructions:Use code for 25% off  
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Combine this with the travelodge deal for half term with the kids or just treat yourself.
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Children’s Day Party at Toys R Us this Bank Holiday Monday, 29th May!

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Any plans for the Bank Holiday yet? Toys R Us are holding a special celebration party for International Children's Day on Bank Holiday Monday, 29th May! There will be fun, games, Nerf Shooting Demon… Read More
Any plans for the Bank Holiday yet? Toys R Us are holding a special celebration party for International Children's Day on Bank Holiday Monday, 29th May! There will be fun, games, Nerf Shooting Demon…
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Kids go free at View from the Shard with paying Adult (From £25.95) May Half Term Week

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£25.95 @ The View from The Shard
Adult tickets are £25.95 & kids are usually £19.95 each which imo is way ott, but with this offer you can take 2 kids free with every 1 paying adult, so £26 for 3 is not too shabby KIDS GO FREE TH… Read More
Adult tickets are £25.95 & kids are usually £19.95 each which imo is way ott, but with this offer you can take 2 kids free with every 1 paying adult, so £26 for 3 is not too shabby KIDS GO FREE TH…
wishihadadonkey Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago6 Comments
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Gollywood
littel.helper
or go to chessegrater for free. after 6pm
https://skygarden.london/


I thought that was known as the 'Walkie talkie'?

You need to book it up to 3 wks in advance.

There's nothing available for next 3 wks except a couple of slots


you can join que at 6pm.no booking needed.must be smatley dressed. trainer shoes not allowed.
farha786
London has some miserable views from up above including the london eye.Horrible dirty river, grey clouds & old bricks :( Nothing interesting at all.
Think you just have had your eyes closed. London has one of the most eye catching skylines in the world. all though famous landmarks.
yeah the sky garden is on of the walkie Talkie not the cheese greater
London has some miserable views from up above including the london eye.Horrible dirty river, grey clouds & old bricks :( Nothing interesting at all.
littel.helper
or go to chessegrater for free. after 6pm
https://skygarden.london/


I thought that was known as the 'Walkie talkie'?

You need to book it up to 3 wks in advance.

There's nothing available for next 3 wks except a couple of slots

Edited By: Gollywood on May 16, 2017 10:28: BJK
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Dads go FREE Fathers Day Weekend (17th/18th June) @ Gullivers World (+ You can Book Online) others in OP inc Twycross Zoo

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£0.00 @ GulliversFun
Just spotted this was on again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones, will add any more I find as I come across them into 1st post inc Twycross Zoo HERE Dads go FRE… Read More
Just spotted this was on again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones, will add any more I find as I come across them into 1st post inc Twycross Zoo HERE Dads go FRE…
wishihadadonkey Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Bargainhunter199
My son has two dads. Can we both go free?


No.

Although it does read 'Dads go free when accompanied by one full paying person'
nlman
Don't loose your head over this deal


Unable to loosen my head literally or figuratively
Booked . thank you
Don't loose your head over this deal
Fathers / Grandfathers go FREE Fathers Day Weekend @ Twycross Zoo HERE
Dads Go Free On Fathers Day at Ness Gardens HERE
Dads / Grandads Go Free On Fathers Day 18th June @ Godstone Farm, Surrey HERE
Dads Go Free On Fathers Day at Becky Falls, Devon HERE
Dads / Grandads Go Free on Fathers Day to Church Farm, Stow Bardolph HERE
Dad's visit for FREE + 20 mins Free play time Battlefiield at The Big Sheep HERE
Free Entry + Free Lunch at Berkeley Castle on FD - Enjoy a special Father’s Day Medieval Archery Show; find out how men made their living as an archer. Dads can try their hand at archery - Dad’s get free entry (with a full paying child) and free lunch (with a full priced main course purchased) HERE
Dads go Free Fathers Day @ Paradise Wildlife Park HERE
Free entry for Dad on Father’s Day @ The World of Beatrix Potter HERE
Rock'n'Roll London Walk Father's Day Special - Dads Go FREE! HERE
BeWilderwood - BeWILDerdad's Twiggle Treat Day Sunday 18th June - Treat your Dad to a free* trip to BeWILDerwood this Father's Day! HERE




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Visit London! (or somewhere else) £13.00 Adult and £5 kids single off-peak trip with South West Trains Spring offer

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£13.00 @ southwest trains
This is a deal that's appeared in various forms before, but it's still really useful for a trip to London or somewhere else on the South West Trains network, like Bournemouth. I've had some really goo… Read More
This is a deal that's appeared in various forms before, but it's still really useful for a trip to London or somewhere else on the South West Trains network, like Bournemouth. I've had some really goo…
milady Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago22 Comments
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Could work for some... voting hot
That's a single ticked, and having in mind their previous offers such a £15 return, this is extremely COLD COLD COLD from me.
Been holding out and got 3 adults Portsmouth to London return for 13 each, each way :-) perfect
manchester - london 240 !!!!!!!!!
South West Trains offer however trains to the South West are excluded from this promotion!

Routes west of Yeovil Junction (Crewkerne to Exeter St Davids, inclusive) are excluded from this promotion.
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Gullivers World May weekend and half term week tickets were £21.95 now £15.00 - save 21% plus free return visit for kids with a sock puppet @ Little Bird

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All weekend (Saturday & Sunday) in May tickets and the whole of half term week (27th May - 4th June) tickets to Gullivers Kingdom in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Gullivers World in Warrington and Gul… Read More
All weekend (Saturday & Sunday) in May tickets and the whole of half term week (27th May - 4th June) tickets to Gullivers Kingdom in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Gullivers World in Warrington and Gul…
emribena Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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This deal is misleading.

The £21.95 tickets on the Gullivers Website relate to a special event over May Half term that includes food, however I contacted Little Bird who confirmed that this deal is for general admission only not the special event tickets.

General Admission tickets on the Gullivers Website (Warrington) are only £16.95 each therefore only a £1.95 saving per person.

Edited By: Anon197 on May 10, 2017 12:14
Obvious question is matlock bath likely to be busy in the weekdays for half term
Anyone who's been any tips
Thanks
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20% off Annual Membership with code @ English Heritage

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Knowsley Safari Park (1 Day Special Offer...only £15.00 per car)

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£15.00 @ Knowsley Safari Park
For Thursday 04/05/2017 only, the price per car up to 7 people is just £15. This represents excellent value as usually a per person charge of £15 for an adult and £12 for child applies. To take advant… Read More
For Thursday 04/05/2017 only, the price per car up to 7 people is just £15. This represents excellent value as usually a per person charge of £15 for an adult and £12 for child applies. To take advant…
m1kel Avatar3w, 16h agoFound 3 weeks, 16 hours ago2 Comments
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Oh it's just for today
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gullivers theme park 6th / 7th may £11.00 entry with food bank donation

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£11.00 @ GulliversFun
Gullivers theme park Entry is £11.00 plus a donation for the local food bank of a non perishable food They also suggest food items on their website ! This weekend only Read More
Gullivers theme park Entry is £11.00 plus a donation for the local food bank of a non perishable food They also suggest food items on their website ! This weekend only
taz05 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago12 Comments
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Never heard of it
taz05
farha786
Does anybody know which park is closest to drive to from central London?


Milton keynes


Thank you so much :)
Nice one... weather seems to be ok for Sunday... ordered! Thank you... £23 discount for a family of 4 altogether.
farha786
Does anybody know which park is closest to drive to from central London?


Milton keynes
Does anybody know which park is closest to drive to from central London?
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2 adults 1 day entry to the Highland Wildlife Park for £15.00 @ Itison

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£15.00 @ ITISON
This would usually cost £31 for 2 adults so a good bargain at £15. Valid from the 2nd May - 30 June excluding 26th-29th May. Been here several times before and it's a great day out with snow monkey… Read More
This would usually cost £31 for 2 adults so a good bargain at £15. Valid from the 2nd May - 30 June excluding 26th-29th May. Been here several times before and it's a great day out with snow monkey…
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This isn't where Peter Kay filmed Car Shake.
Knowsley park is where he filmed it

It was actually filmed at Blair Drummond Safari Park in Scotland.
PH21 1NL :( heat for those close to it x
Heat - Thanks OP! Heading to Inverness at the end of May so this works out great
Great find thanks, heading there in June so this is perfect. Went a couple of years back and can only say good things about it. Sure it's not a huge park with all the animals you'd see in a large city zoo but the enclosures they do have are nice and large. Decent variety of animals - deer, monkeys, polar bear and cats. Would fully recommend a visit, if you are lucky you can get in early and go on a free guided tour of the park with a ranger.
I'm really gutted they've stopped allowing dogs in the park. We go to this area camping or to a house and obviously we cant leave our dog in a tent/holiday accommodation. We would walk him before we went then let him out in the dog area at the park. We love driving round the safari area,he doesn't bark. Then when we walked around periodically went back to the car to check on him and let him out.
I understand people will leave their dogs for hours in cars and this is what they're trying to avoid. But again punish the masses.
I think they'll lose a lot of visitors as a lot of holiday accommodation you cant leave your dog (s) while you're out. Since its so touristy I thought I should point this issue out as I think people will buy this deal and be disappointed when they arrive with their dog in the boot of the car!
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Family Hotel Break + Kids Go FREE To Knowsley Safari Park from £49.00 for 2 adults & 2 Kids at Groupon

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£49.00 @ Groupon
If you're looking for a family break that won't break the bank, this could be a good choice. Stay for two adults and two children in a standard double room with kids-go-free Knowsley Safari Park vo… Read More
If you're looking for a family break that won't break the bank, this could be a good choice. Stay for two adults and two children in a standard double room with kids-go-free Knowsley Safari Park vo…
millarcat Avatar4w, 15h agoFound 4 weeks, 15 hours ago16 Comments
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went that last week... a baboon was guilty of **** and Run on my car!!!
Echo echo echo ......
There must be an echo in this thread...
no need to go to a zoo when u got a mother in law like mine
no need to go to a zoo when u got a mother in law like mine...
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Chessington World Of Adventure VIP for the day inc Unlimited food and Fast track - £40.00

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£40.00 @ chessington world of adventure
So I will start by saying that this price looks wrong but it might be worth a try. The website states £40 per person for the following: The VIP experience is ideal for adventures who love all thin… Read More
So I will start by saying that this price looks wrong but it might be worth a try. The website states £40 per person for the following: The VIP experience is ideal for adventures who love all thin…
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Chessington have offered us a discount rate of around £260 for the VIP day,but they say you have to be a Merlin pass holder to do the VIP day.
PAULTRD
Biggunspaul
So did anyone manage to apply for it ? we did,but I don't think they will honour it.
I did last night both by phone and email but I haven't had a reply as yet.

So you knew about this deal last night and took advantage of it and left it until today to share it with the rest of us,shame on you ;)


Edited By: Biggunspaul on Apr 25, 2017 12:19
Biggunspaul
So did anyone manage to apply for it ? we did,but I don't think they will honour it.
I did last night both by phone and email but I haven't had a reply as yet.
So did anyone manage to apply for it ? we did,but I don't think they will honour it.
You'll need VIP there queues are long.
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★ May Bank Holiday Weekend 2017 ★ Looking for CHEAP days out or some ideas?

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May Day Bank Holiday Weekend is almost upon us. Have you got anything planned? I've put together some cheap days out / activities, which I hope will help you with ideas and getting some good saving… Read More
May Day Bank Holiday Weekend is almost upon us. Have you got anything planned? I've put together some cheap days out / activities, which I hope will help you with ideas and getting some good saving…
millarcat Avatar1m, 6h agoFound 1 month, 6 hours ago44 Comments
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Although i did love Rushie
antonyffc
gap30
antonyffc
themachman
Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!
A Fulham fan
You poor thing
Ooo, from Liverpool? Assume you're still walking round with 'Rush' on your back telling passers by how good you used to be. Yawn.

King Kenny for me
gap30
antonyffc
themachman
Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!
A Fulham fan
You poor thing


Ooo, from Liverpool? Assume you're still walking round with 'Rush' on your back telling passers by how good you used to be. Yawn.
millarcat
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National Rail2 FOR 1 entry to over 150 attractions when you travel by train
Knowsley Safari Park50% Off a Family Pass - Now £29
Diggerland15% Off entry with this Printable voucher
Royal Horticultural SocietyRHS Flowers and Flea weekend
Chessington World Of Adventure VIP for the day inc Unlimited food and Fast track
Scots RailKids travel free with an adult. and 2 for 1 Attractions at Scot Rail
Theatre Ticketsfrom £10
Kids Experience Days Get an extra 15% off with code: VB2017
Merlin Annual Pass
FREE KIds Entry to Attractions when accompanied by a paying adult with a blue peter badge and card
CinemaOdeon Kids Tickets for £2.50 Cineworld Movies for Juniors from £1.50
Flamingoland 3 for 2 Tickets with this voucher
GrouponIt's always worth checking your local Groupon offers New customers get an extra 15% off with code: NEW15
Paradise Wildflife Park 24% Off the advance ticket
Leicestershire Stay play explore £149 for 1 night hotel stay and 3 attractions thanks Zerowing
Wished more people liked millercat for his/her efffort. thanks a lot pal.
antonyffc
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Come to Liverpool.Greatest city in the world :)
Loads to do and see,The museums are free and you can see where the greatest band in the world come from.The Beatles :)http://www.visitliverpool.com/plan-your-visit
Everything's only free so people don't carry cash for the pickpockets!

Hey, the 1970s called, they want their jokes back
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Whipsnade Zoo Family Pass + Hotel Stay + Full English Breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children from £114.00 at LittleBird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o… Read More
Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o…
millarcat Avatar1m, 8h agoFound 1 month, 8 hours ago12 Comments
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Works out cheaper buying tickets online and hotel via booking.com
I believe no one found this @ £114 plus dates are only available on Weekdays.
mymymy
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?

http://www.soft-play-reviews.co.uk/images/capture.PNG
This deal is Otter one, and it's going to be a roaring success just ask the Lions, if not don;t look down on me with your long trunk, stop playing Dumbo on me, and get Hunting with your dogs at Whipsnade Zoo!!
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?
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Ends 23rd April - Thorpe Park Annual Pass £51.50

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£51.50 @ Thorpe Park
Pass is valid for 12 months from purchase, making this an amazing deal considering walk in price alone is more for 1 visit! I'm aware that you can get a ticket online for around £30 but if you want… Read More
Pass is valid for 12 months from purchase, making this an amazing deal considering walk in price alone is more for 1 visit! I'm aware that you can get a ticket online for around £30 but if you want…
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You're right to some extent but in my opinion, it isn't that bad. Like I said on another thread, if you get there early, you can go on more than 10 rides. Whenever we go, we do that, go back to the car for lunch ( to avoid the wasps), go to the 4D movie theatre and sometimes the mini theatre and pirate show by the bay. Never have I or will I buy the Qbot - pure extortion. My kids are under 10 and only like gentle rides so Alton towers is no good to us. I did think about Thorpe park for a change this year but they have asked to go to Legoland again. It might also have something to do with them loving Lego. Just waiting for the annual pass sale now as I've already booked our hotel stay.
mickael28
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eleraza
Have some heat. Can't wait for the sale on the LEGOLAND annual pass as my kids love that theme park instead.
Really? We said we wouldn't go in there if we were given free access. I can't imagine it has got any better. Shocking place 3 years ago.
Out of curiosity, what was so bad?
It looked very messy, in need of decoration, rides very outdated, queues were terrible for what the rides were. Had a Merlin Season pass so it wasn't the cost of entry that bothered me but we never went again and i've seen the same feelings echoes many times.
bargainhunter666
eleraza
Have some heat. Can't wait for the sale on the LEGOLAND annual pass as my kids love that theme park instead.
Really? We said we wouldn't go in there if we were given free access. I can't imagine it has got any better. Shocking place 3 years ago.

Out of curiosity, what was so bad?
eleraza
Have some heat. Can't wait for the sale on the LEGOLAND annual pass as my kids love that theme park instead.
Really? We said we wouldn't go in there if we were given free access. I can't imagine it has got any better. Shocking place 3 years ago.
Ha ha I've seen some daft moaning but this one takes the biscuit.
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Easter Weekend 2017 - FREE Activities & Days Out

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Some kids are off school already for Easter, it's always hard to know what to do with them, as everything can be so expensive! I've put together a few freebies: activities, days out for the Easter… Read More
Some kids are off school already for Easter, it's always hard to know what to do with them, as everything can be so expensive! I've put together a few freebies: activities, days out for the Easter…
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Silverstone World Endurance Championship. Under 16's go free with a paying adult, from £10 http://www.silverstone.co.uk/events/2017-fia-world-endurance-championship/
Good to know, thanks :)
Silverstone World Endurance Championship. Under 16's go free with a paying adult, from £10 http://www.silverstone.co.uk/events/2017-fia-world-endurance-championship/
Also, don't forget all the things you can do that never require an entry fee! Activities on a budget


• Create your own easter egg hunt! Get FREE Easter Egg Hunt Printables here

http://i.imgur.com/pkH9J77.jpg

• Bake! There's so many great recipes about - and lets face it, kids even love to make something as simple as Rice Crispies buns if they get to lick the spoon!

• Visit the park - maybe try a new park that you don't often go to. Kids will enjoy trying out all the slides and swings.

• Hit the Beach - even if it's not the sunniest of days, it's still worth a trip to the beach

• Make a den - so many great memories start with making a den!

• Have a campfire - even in your back garden ( you could use your fire pit) Roast marshmallows, make some smores) you can even sing kum ba yah if ya like!






Edited By: millarcat on Apr 06, 2017 20:06: .
For the adults... (If you need some 'me' time)

Free Gym Passes

Free 7day gym pass
Includes Gym, Swimming and Exercise Classes @ Active nation

Free 3 Day Pass at Village Gym
Available to download until 14/04/17 and must be activated by 17/04/17 in club.

FREE 3 day pass to any Fitness First gym in the U.K!

Free Cinema Screenings

Free Cinema Screenings here and also here ... be quick though!



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Smyths Toys

Free Easter Egg Hunt with clues for the little ones - get there early!

http://i.imgur.com/3hmWx9C.jpg

Museums
Various FREE Museums

Thread with lots of Free Museums

Tennis

Free 6 week Tennis Lessons for the kids!

Various Dates depending on location. Book now to get their place

FREE Tennis Court usage
Check to see if there are free tennis courts available for you and your childrent to use in your local area.

Free Days Out / Things to do in London

No point in me relisting these Everything you need is here

Museums, Galleries, Landmarks etc.....

http://i.imgur.com/b6s5JNu.png










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FREE Kids Workshops over Easter @ Pets at Home

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Pets at home are offering free workshops for Kids all over the UK this Easter - a nice way to keep them entertained for a while ( and its free!) Find your nearest workshop by entering your postcod… Read More
Pets at home are offering free workshops for Kids all over the UK this Easter - a nice way to keep them entertained for a while ( and its free!) Find your nearest workshop by entering your postcod…
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booked thanks
ty - booked :)
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★★★★ Official Spring / Summer 2017 MEGA Deal Thread - Holidays - Days Out - Festivals - Cinema - Eating - Ideas for Free Activities and more ★★★★

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£0.00 @ Tesco
Summer Holidays 2017 Following from last years Summer Mega Thread I was asked to do it again… here are some more things to do this summer.. and as always if you have anything to add please feel fre… Read More
Summer Holidays 2017 Following from last years Summer Mega Thread I was asked to do it again… here are some more things to do this summer.. and as always if you have anything to add please feel fre…
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Food Offers: Student Discounts (inc 2-4-1 Cocktails) / 25% Off All Food / Kids Eat Free / 2 for 1 Breakfasts @ Bella Italia

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Don't ever pay full price when eating out at Bella Italia, they always have some super offers! Click through the link to get your vouchers. Student Discounts After 5pm Sunday and all day Monday Read More
Don't ever pay full price when eating out at Bella Italia, they always have some super offers! Click through the link to get your vouchers. Student Discounts After 5pm Sunday and all day Monday
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I've just called my Bella Italia in Exeter and they are saying that the 2 for 1 does not include the Brunch breakfast.
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NATIONAL RAIL 2 FOR 1 entry to over 150 attractions when you travel by train

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Happy easter holidays Be inspired to travel across the UK by train and take advantage of our plethora of offers including over 150 2FOR1's to top attractions such as London Dungeons, Thorpe Park, Live… Read More
Happy easter holidays Be inspired to travel across the UK by train and take advantage of our plethora of offers including over 150 2FOR1's to top attractions such as London Dungeons, Thorpe Park, Live…
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I use this for the last 4 years. Good reminder before a long break :D
Newbold
Besford
Anyone know if/how this works if you have a travel pass (my bus pass includes trains locally)?
Probably not, I'm afraid:https://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/travel-by-train/is-my-ticket-valid-for-2for1
Thanks anyway - appreciated.
Saved me an absolute fortune last time I went to London this! Don't forget also, if you've got a railcard, you can apply your discount to your oyster card at the train stations, makes the credit last a bit longer :)
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Anyone know if/how this works if you have a travel pass (my bus pass includes trains locally)?
Probably not, I'm afraid:

https://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/travel-by-train/is-my-ticket-valid-for-2for1
Anyone know if/how this works if you have a travel pass (my bus pass includes trains locally)?
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Updated for 2017 - London Zoo Special Childrens Day - 6 / 7 May 2017 2 Adults & 2 Children £44.50 + Under 3s & Carers go Free @ London Zoo

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The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!!
And on that note, I had not noticed the part of 'special needs' tbh, I was about to book it when I just realized when I had to create a new account. It seems the Zoo page doesn't even ask for any kind of requirement to confirm a child with special needs is going?
Is this deal then only for childs with special needs or is their day but the zoo is welcoming other children with the same deal?
Thinking the same
it says "We have a designated special welcome and entrance for Special Children's Day ticket holders". "Our staff and volunteers will be ready to greet you at the dedicated Special Children's Day entrance."

Therefore, it would be a little embarrassing if the volunteers greet you at the dedicated entrance and you don't have a child with special needs.
eatmorefish
For an average family with 2 kids (mine for example) it costs the best part of NINETY quid to visit London Zoo. I don't expect anything to be free in this life, and wish to support the Zoological Society, but its a little steep for most families.
I remember going several times as a kid and it can't have cost my parents anywhere near this amount.
Remember to ask to pay without the "voluntary donation".
mickael28
frakison
The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!!
And on that note, I had not noticed the part of 'special needs' tbh, I was about to book it when I just realized when I had to create a new account. It seems the Zoo page doesn't even ask for any kind of requirement to confirm a child with special needs is going?
Is this deal then only for childs with special needs or is their day but the zoo is welcoming other children with the same deal?
Thinking the same
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Aren't ALL children special? I certainly think that mine are!!! Stupid over-PC nonsense, LET ME STRESS: I have no problem with the principle, its great, but lets call it what it is, is a "Day for children with special needs", what's wrong in just saying that? :)
What's wrong with "special children's day"? Your over sensitivity at people of over sensitivity is a little ironic don't you think?
You have seen that this thread is over a year old right?!? Where do you get that I'm being oversensitive? The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!! Why not call these children "fluffy pink elephants" as that's equally as inaccurate?!?! I personally find the term "special children" a bit derogatory, as lets face it, you're singling them out and MAKING an issue of their differences, which is surely all it is, is it not?!
To be honest, you sound like one of the PC type I referred to and we'll never agree so lets just leave it there shall we flower before it all kicks off! ;)
Special - better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.
Lol, Pc type, good one. I'm a teacher, I've worked with dozens of special needs kids - I know more about them than you'll ever understand. My point was, and still is, that the only person getting upset here is you. You're literally complaining about something that is A) by dictionary definition accurate and correct, and B) none of your concern or business. Where do I think you're over sensitive? Well you've labelled this harmless act "derogatory" for a start X)
As you seem quite uneducated on the matter, I'll very briefly fill you in. Many special needs children life their lives not knowing of their labels. They know that they're different of course, but many don't receive diagnosis until they're at least 10 years old - and that's only if parents are helpful and understanding of what is best for their kids (many aren't). Using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different. It's a tiny gesture to allow these children to avoid feeling further isolated and different (it plays on their lack of understanding in a nice way)
If you're truly bitter and synical enough to believe that children who already struggle daily to fit in and adapt at school - children who are often bullied or targeted for their needs - don't deserve a small token gesture to make them feel better than your kids, then fine. There is nothing I can say or do to change your narrow minded perspective on the world and the conversation will end here. But have a real hard think about it before you reply: Does referring to special needs kids as "special children" really harm your children even 1/10000th of the amount that having a special need would?
Utter claptrap and typical of someone who works in one of the most PC sectors as its what you lot get drummed in to you daily. I suppose you also agree with taking unruly toe rags to Alton Towers because they haven't punched a teacher that week? :)
The only one getting stressed is you flower, you're the one that replied a year old thread :p I'm just having a discussion. However, with your narrow view on life and lack of reason, I'm just glad you don't teach my kids ;)
I find it laughable that you say that "using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different"..... and you do this by making them feel different to other kids?!?! :)
Does it harm my kids? Have I ever said it does? This happens a lot, but with you, I find it extremely disappointing. As a teacher, surely you should be able to read what people say as opposed to reading what you THINK they say? ;)
"Blah blah blah back in my day....blah blah blah immigrants stole my shoes.....blah blah blah bring back the death penalty....blah blah blah.
You're right, I did reply to a year old thread...A year old thread that had been replied to mere hours before and was on the front page lol. As for "flower", I'm a male you tit.
I look forward to your points on bringing back corporal punishment...the slipper perhaps? Im glossing over all your comments as I spend my week imparting knowledge and frankly have better things than schooling you at the weekend.
P.s. Immigrants stole my phone box!

Do you really think it's acceptable to start name calling? You're not in the playground now, besides, who's mentioned anything about immigration etc? You're clearly harbouring a lot of anger, hate and racism, it's worrying that someone with your disgusting attributes is actually teaching our kids? oO

Chill out flower, you're on one of your many holidays either this week or next, you should be happy? X)


Edited By: frakison on Apr 02, 2017 17:58
frakison
heeljames
frakison
heeljames
frakison
Aren't ALL children special? I certainly think that mine are!!! Stupid over-PC nonsense, LET ME STRESS: I have no problem with the principle, its great, but lets call it what it is, is a "Day for children with special needs", what's wrong in just saying that? :)
What's wrong with "special children's day"? Your over sensitivity at people of over sensitivity is a little ironic don't you think?
You have seen that this thread is over a year old right?!? Where do you get that I'm being oversensitive? The point is and remains, they are not "special children", ALL children are special, its just that some have special needs, there is a huge difference!! Why not call these children "fluffy pink elephants" as that's equally as inaccurate?!?! I personally find the term "special children" a bit derogatory, as lets face it, you're singling them out and MAKING an issue of their differences, which is surely all it is, is it not?!
To be honest, you sound like one of the PC type I referred to and we'll never agree so lets just leave it there shall we flower before it all kicks off! ;)
Special - better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.
Lol, Pc type, good one. I'm a teacher, I've worked with dozens of special needs kids - I know more about them than you'll ever understand. My point was, and still is, that the only person getting upset here is you. You're literally complaining about something that is A) by dictionary definition accurate and correct, and B) none of your concern or business. Where do I think you're over sensitive? Well you've labelled this harmless act "derogatory" for a start X)
As you seem quite uneducated on the matter, I'll very briefly fill you in. Many special needs children life their lives not knowing of their labels. They know that they're different of course, but many don't receive diagnosis until they're at least 10 years old - and that's only if parents are helpful and understanding of what is best for their kids (many aren't). Using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different. It's a tiny gesture to allow these children to avoid feeling further isolated and different (it plays on their lack of understanding in a nice way)
If you're truly bitter and synical enough to believe that children who already struggle daily to fit in and adapt at school - children who are often bullied or targeted for their needs - don't deserve a small token gesture to make them feel better than your kids, then fine. There is nothing I can say or do to change your narrow minded perspective on the world and the conversation will end here. But have a real hard think about it before you reply: Does referring to special needs kids as "special children" really harm your children even 1/10000th of the amount that having a special need would?
Utter claptrap and typical of someone who works in one of the most PC sectors as its what you lot get drummed in to you daily. I suppose you also agree with taking unruly toe rags to Alton Towers because they haven't punched a teacher that week? :)
The only one getting stressed is you flower, you're the one that replied a year old thread :p I'm just having a discussion. However, with your narrow view on life and lack of reason, I'm just glad you don't teach my kids ;)
I find it laughable that you say that "using a term like "special children" allows these kids who already have daily struggles adapting to the real world to feel good about themselves without having it thrown in their face that they are different"..... and you do this by making them feel different to other kids?!?! :)
Does it harm my kids? Have I ever said it does? This happens a lot, but with you, I find it extremely disappointing. As a teacher, surely you should be able to read what people say as opposed to reading what you THINK they say? ;)
"Blah blah blah back in my day....blah blah blah immigrants stole my shoes.....blah blah blah bring back the death penalty....blah blah blah.

You're right, I did reply to a year old thread...A year old thread that had been replied to mere hours before and was on the front page lol. As for "flower", I'm a male you tit.

I look forward to your points on bringing back corporal punishment...the slipper perhaps? Im glossing over all your comments as I spend my week imparting knowledge and frankly have better things than schooling you at the weekend.

P.s. Immigrants stole my phone box!
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Does this include park tickets as well or is just hotel only?
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they have put two boats on now to help with demand
This has been running a lung time and is usually busy, get there early
Thats really good :)
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Is it full price for adults?
50p per person
Is it full price for adults?
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Thanks works for me canceled other order i made to use this as its a bigger discount.
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Can you get two mums free with two full paying adults, in one vehicle if you do it in two transactions?

We did last year - they told us it was supposed to be one per vehicle but we pleaded ignorance and environmental benefit in not taking two cars and they kindly let us through....
Can you get two mums free with two full paying adults, in one vehicle if you do it in two transactions?
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When do 'People who don't burden the benefits system' get to go for free?

Have some children and perhaps you'll qualify for child tax credit,it's still a benefit X)
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Mothers Go free with One full paying child, how about mothers of under 3 (infants)
agreed :) the whole scheme is flawed And what about one parent families?
What about people with no kids,why don't I get a "Partners go free because it's like having a child living with their OH" X)

I could lend you mine if you like on a "pinch & a punch, no returns" type basis :D
When do 'People who don't burden the benefits system' get to go for free?
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Was about to book then realised it is mothers day on 26th March
You must be a member, which you can get for a & £1 but the T&cs then state a automatic renewal of £29.99 5 days before that ends, with no option of opting out I can see.
wakkaday
what are adult prices any discounts on them?


Adults 12+ are £39 or £20 pre booked but if you have a kids pass you can get this offer for £10 a person
what are adult prices any discounts on them?
Sleaford Mods have a tune about this place.
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The D-G Helen Ghosh gets paid £183,960 pa - hardly a massive salary for the size of the organisation
difference between NT and NTS family membership is 25 pounds.
I reckon there will be no shortage of smart, experienced, honest people ready to hold and be effective (unless effectiveness is measured by amount one pays into their pocket) in NT D-G post for half of that amount (some might even do that for less. but lets say its 100K)
84K saved, divided by 25 pounds would give an opportunity for 3360 Joe's to get a discount and avoid the need to buy fully legal and honest NTS membership and more importantly avoid being obused by 'Newbold's ...

P.S. also, this attitude 'us in E&W vs them in S' is exactly what is driving SNP members. FFS, it is still the same country, isnt it ? Properties in S also constitute GB heritage and need to be preserved. How many people shout 'thiefs & cheats' when somebody points that local Bristol Tesco has discount, while London one does not ?

for reference: The Prime Minister is paid £150,402 a year. This includes the basic salary for a member of parliament which is currently £74,962. Is our Government less 'charitable' than NT ?

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Hope you all feel good about yourself ripping off a charity.
What's next stealing guide dogs from the blind?
Put morals before money and you might sleep at night.
oh...that's just silly. Personally I do a lot for voluntary groups & have devoted years of my life to specific charities. Costs of NT membership are too high for me on my wage and particularly as I won't get out to enough properties to justify the full rate. I'll be taking advantage of one of the lower offers as a result.
(PS... the charities I do support are all ones which support the very vulnerable... not propping up a class heritage)

and where would all the charities that you supported be if they were equally deprived of money by hotukdeals?
The National Trust is more than just some charity that props up class heritage and I think your assesment is slightly unfair. That said they could offer cheaper membership rates for those on benefits etc. Perhaps you should contact them and suggest it.
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Hope you all feel good about yourself ripping off a charity.
What's next stealing guide dogs from the blind?
Put morals before money and you might sleep at night.
oh...that's just silly. Personally I do a lot for voluntary groups & have devoted years of my life to specific charities. Costs of NT membership are too high for me on my wage and particularly as I won't get out to enough properties to justify the full rate. I'll be taking advantage of one of the lower offers as a result.
(PS... the charities I do support are all ones which support the very vulnerable... not propping up a class heritage)
The NT is a charity which benefits only itself. My nearest NT park is Lyme Park where it is now £8.00 to park your car, before you buy a £1.50 can of pop and a £4.00 sandwich. I believe the intentions were originally honourable, saving many historic properties from dereliction, but lets face it, these days its a business the same as any other corporate (except not paying its fair share of tax), run by greedy accountants pricing these parks out of the grasp of many young families. If you can save yourself a few pounds by buying membership for the same price as theyre happy to sell for across the border then go for it!
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Worth bearing in mind that the National Trust is a charity. Not sure if people would post deals about how to cheat other charities out of money!
True but the other way of thinking about it is that more people will visit their sites and possibly spend more in their small onsite stores. For some it isn't about saving money but what is affordable, there is a big difference in the family membership cost and surely it is better for kids to be out in the outdoors learning rather than stuck in front of the tv during school holidays? Not all HUKD members are money grabbers ;).
I'm I can't afford a decent laptop for my daughter that does not make it right to steal one. There are lots of things that have benefits that many can not afford if you can't afford it you don't get it simple
A bit of extreme example. I hate the way a two-tier system has been created and only those with a lot of money can afford it.
It's the distinction between value and affordability. Even if I was a multi-millionaire, I'd still think that the NT was taking the Michael. Interesting the chap who bought up the Giant's Causeway earlier. Apparently the pricing there caused all sorts of complaints a few years ago, was reported by the national press and even the local MP was involved. Doesn't seem to have changed anything. It also highlighted how NT staff would corral confused tourists to go through their visitor centre, paying £9 a pop to enter a small building that just had some basic information and a café, without telling them that they could just visit the Causeway for free which was round the side of the building.
Contrary to what people are saying about 'stealing' etc - the NT is not some noble entity and they would quite happily take the shirt off your back. Do not feel guilty about taking up the Scottish membership.
What utter garbage. Shirt off your back? For God's sake. It's a charity not a bank. And as a charity it can only spend in a highly restricted number of ways. It's spent preserving our heritage and finding ways to cheat the NT is just cheating those admirable aims. How very clever of you.
Yet you don't have any qualms about the NT rinsing tourists for every penny and being dishonest. How very risible of you. Why are you such a cheerleader for them? Are you related to the CEO...or have some sort of vested interest?
Simple: they don't, and I'm not. I just prefer to support a charity that's responsible for maintaining the county's heritage (and needs membership income to do it) instead of a bunch of freeloading lowlife cheats determined to cheat it out of that income, but still want all the benefits that members pay their membership fees for.
It's no different from cheating a hospice, air ambulance or the RNLI out of money just because you've found a legal loophole enabling you to do it - try to justify it as much as you like, it's still a lowlife tactic.
Newbold, your dismissive and abusive attitude seems to reflect the arrogant and patronising attitude of today's ent quite well. You don't happen to be its £180k leader do you?
When you visit Wakehurst - ent's most visited site - I'm sure you'll be ecstatic to pay the £10 parking fee ent members have to pay, even after paying the expensive annual ent membership fee. Remember that when ent lawyers evict yet another tenant from one of their properties so you can rent it as a holiday let, it's your money which pays for it. Very charitable.
You really do have some kind of down on the National Trust, don't you? Do a little research, though, and take up your complaint about parking at Wakehurst with the people who hold the lease, run and manage the place - Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The parking charge is set by RBG and has nothing to do with the National Trust - though Trust membership will still get you free entrance.Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world famous centre for botanical and mycological knowledge. With our two inspiring gardens at Kew in west London and Wakehurst in Sussex, we enchant our visitors with the wonder of plant diversity.http://www.kew.org/Wakehurst
I feel i'm well informed about the Wakehurst situation, having followed developments there over the last 30 years, all as a member until a couple of years ago, so no need to do any further research and google as you have just probably done to come up with your post. If you researched further, you'd realise that Wakehurst does impact the Kew carpark charges because Kew had costs due to NT visitors which NT were unwilling to pay voluntarily, so Kew had no option but to raise funds by car parking being its only option. My view is if NT had paid a reasonable sum per visitor to Kew to compensate for their costs, then the very high car parking charges would have not been necessary. That's why i resigned my NT membership, due to the increasingly hard profit maximising and non-charitable decisions NT make these days.
So yes, I'm disappointed in NT, and it seems from this thread that others are too. The fact that current NT supporters such as yourself have no qualms about calling those with an alternative view to their own 'lowlife, cheats' and other abusive terms perhaps show who NT appeal to these days.
If you understand the full facts of the Wakehurst situation, you'll also be aware of the terms of the lease which RBG took from NT. Both are charitable organisations, and both are bound by the Charities Acts. Both fully understood the terms of the lease. NT cannot legally cross-subsidise RBG and if RBG feel they need to charge for car parking that's entirely their decision. As a NT member I have to accept that if I visit Wakehurst I now have to pay a parking charge to RBG - such is life.

And as for the reference to freeloading lowlife cheats, I think that's a pretty fair description of people who use a legal loophole to cheat a charity. And I think the man on the Clapham omnibus would agree. You will not, of course, and I think we will have to agree to disagree. :)
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Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.


McDonald's Happy Meal boxes currently sporting Lego Batman decals. The top has a Legoland voucher for half price entry for upto 5 people, providing at least 1 is a child.
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Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.
Maybe its a London thing then, its odd when you DONT find a 241 offer in Cadburys chocs here (for me at least). An alternative would be buying the 241 vouchers from ebay for £1-£2
Ha lol im up north and have not seen any around so this worked out our best option the kids wanted to see new lego movie thr odeon here is only £3 per ticket plus we saved about £15 on warwick castle tickets so a win win for us ☺
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dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.

Maybe its a London thing then, its odd when you DONT find a 241 offer in Cadburys chocs here (for me at least). An alternative would be buying the 241 vouchers from ebay for £1-£2

Edited By: dijital on Feb 14, 2017 13:14: That man has a hat....
dijital
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
ok tell me where to find them ive looked for weeks no kellogs serial boxes and no cadburys sweet vouchers around atm wrong time of year.
Buy one get one free's for most merlin attraction are so easy to come by that this offer is redundant.
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Thanks.. Happened to use it today itself.. Heat added
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Bargain - Thorpe park stay at Shark Hotel PLUS 2 days tickets + fast-track until 11am + Breakfast + Free Wi-Fi & parking & More from as little as £33pp (Based on 2A & 2C) £132.00

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Hi all

I'm going to Thorpe park this weekend with Mrs. Is there any suggestions or recommendations by members who visited thorpe park using this deal?

Many Thanks

Edited By: vassy1 on May 25, 2017 12:39
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How expensive are the rides? Guessing its not including in price

You get park tickets included..
How expensive are the rides? Guessing its not including in price
3-11? Are you **** serious? 12-15 young adults, 16 and up adults?

3-16 Kids
17-18 Young Adults
18 up - Adults

I always think its stupid and fraudulent that they never charge the same, why does it even matter? you can have like 10 kids go and its cheaper then 2 adults

Edited By: TheGuyWhoNeverGetsSamples on Feb 14, 2017 10:57: Error
piece of advice guys phone them and book it i had problems on the internet and others have been charged twice so best bet to ring and book it. I've sorted my booking via a phone call
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Hi Just received an email regarding Sun superdays. The link provided shows the dates when you could collect the tokens for different theme parks including Alton Towers, Chessington, Legoland or Mad… Read More
Hi Just received an email regarding Sun superdays. The link provided shows the dates when you could collect the tokens for different theme parks including Alton Towers, Chessington, Legoland or Mad…
ohdearohdear Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago48 Comments
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yeah you can't pick the dates.. they gave us 22 and 23rd of may which is useless as my son has school
rbramhill1
Mine arrived today via email. However dates issued no good. I have 19/05 will consider any other date

My dates are terrible too, I was hoping for school holidays
My tickets are from the first date band i choose.18/4 last day of the school's Easter holiday yay i feel so lucky

Edited By: toto123 on Mar 17, 2017 15:09
CJ1991
I emailed them asking when I would get tickets and they replied that they do it in band order and they have till 20th April to give them to us!!!!!

But the booking terms state within 28 days of receiving your form....... these could go back as early as mid feb (think it was the 20th) so thats more than double??? Seems like this shake up of how they are doing things is a much longer process!!!
I emailed them asking when I would get tickets and they replied that they do it in band order and they have till 20th April to give them to us!!!!!
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FREE Entry for Mums & Grans (when accompanied by 1 child) on Mother's Day (March 26th 2017) @ Eden Project

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FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren, kids under 4 go FREE & it doesn't say anywhere on the site Read More
FREE entry to the Eden Project on Mothers day for all Mums and Grans provided they are with at least one of their children or grandchildren, kids under 4 go FREE & it doesn't say anywhere on the site
wishihadadonkey Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Surprised this is legal in these PC times - a sign of change around the corner?
deeky
So I have to pay? Meh :(

You'll have to wait until grumpy old men day :p
deeky
So I have to pay? Meh :(


Discrimination at its best ;)
So I have to pay? Meh :(
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Mums go FREE Mother's Day Weekend 25th-26th March 2017 @ Gullivers World (+ You Can Book Online)

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Just spotted that Gulliver's were running this offer again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones. Mums go FREE throughout Mother’s Day Weekend (25th-26th March 2017)… Read More
Just spotted that Gulliver's were running this offer again this year and thought I'd post as it's a fun day out with little ones. Mums go FREE throughout Mother’s Day Weekend (25th-26th March 2017)…
wishihadadonkey Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Good deal
wishihadadonkey
UncleWilly
"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"
Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?
Thank you for pointing out my error, I think to err is human, I am human, though some days with 3 kids, 5 dogs & a husband who wears tweed & velvet, I wish I was on a different planet. I hope my 7000 odd deals have helped some people somewhere along the line, even if I do make the odd faux pas :D

Good, now don't do it again! ;)
UncleWilly
"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"
Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?


Thank you for pointing out my error, I think to err is human, I am human, though some days with 3 kids, 5 dogs & a husband who wears tweed & velvet, I wish I was on a different planet. I hope my 7000 odd deals have helped some people somewhere along the line, even if I do make the odd faux pas :D
"Mum's go FREE Mother's Day Weekend"

Mum's what go free? If you have such poor command of the English language that you don't know how to use apostrophes then maybe you shouldn't be posting deals?
Original Poster :)