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Its Back.. Travel from April 18th.. 55 or over then travel throughout the North of England on Transpennine express for £19.00 return or include Scotland for £29. Railcard discounts and 1st class travel also available

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. Link now working correctly orJust open up Transpennine express and open up offers. Scroll down to over 55 offer, must be used or discounted price will not kick in. Club 55 is back and will finish… Read More
. Link now working correctly orJust open up Transpennine express and open up offers. Scroll down to over 55 offer, must be used or discounted price will not kick in. Club 55 is back and will finish…
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over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.

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over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.
Did you manage to work it out scunny?
scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.

Edited By: sunter18 on Apr 14, 2017 13:34: Correct station name
scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenhope which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenhope to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
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good offer but link not working?
Read the BOLD print edit at the very top. Not sure why link not working, maybe as offer does not start for travel until 18th
Think the BOLD comment went on after I commented as pretty sure it wasn't there when first posted - sorry if that WASN'T THE CASE!
Was on within a minute of posting, was not having a go just highlighted the BOLD so it matched lol. Link now working as should anyways :)
Think I spotted it as soon as you posted ...... and it is a good deal - Arriva Wales do a similar offer from time to time - unfortunately Chester does not operate these Northern trains but do the Arriva Wales! Train travel is way too expensive in this country so anything which gives a discount is always a bonus!
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Scotrail-2FOR1 OFFERS & Kids go FREE at attractions with purchase of train ticket incl Easter hols

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Buy an adult Scotrail Off-peak ticket to travel anywhere in Scotland and receive a kids go FREE ticket for your child. Up to 2 children age 5-15 can travel free with each adult any day/week. What'… Read More
Buy an adult Scotrail Off-peak ticket to travel anywhere in Scotland and receive a kids go FREE ticket for your child. Up to 2 children age 5-15 can travel free with each adult any day/week. What'…
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this be going for?? across the uk here https://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/uk-days-out not just easter
The scotrail one is on year round not just easter and 2 kids free on train with an adult return.
Also no vouchers needed so no need to plan ahead, just show your ticket.

Great scheme, use the kids go free on train a lot.

Edited By: callum84 on Apr 02, 2017 03:50
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Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection toothpaste 2 for £1.00 instore at watt brothers (Scotland)

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Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection 50ml toothpaste 2 for £1 at watt brothers in stores. Found it at Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Read More
Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection 50ml toothpaste 2 for £1 at watt brothers in stores. Found it at Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
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10 cans draught Guinness £6.00 Morrisons. Scotland only.

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Follow up to the deal for 20 cans (2x10 packs) in rest of UK, 10 cans for £6.00 in Scotland. Read More
Follow up to the deal for 20 cans (2x10 packs) in rest of UK, 10 cans for £6.00 in Scotland.
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Good deal, I thought my asda one the other day was good but this beats that. I'm away for more for our Paddy's party.... Just need to figure out how to make a decent green cocktail for the lady folk now.
There you go.
https://mixthatdrink.com/st-patricks-day-cocktails/
Not sure if the Guinness will help with these though. So all the more for you. ;)


Ta. Guinness helps with everything :D
waterloo
Scotland only i bet Nicola Sturgeon's happy :p
Not sure how to respond without offending anyone. Reason I posted 'Scotland only' was to differentiate it from the 20 can deal posted earlier that is not available in Scotland. looks like this has caused some offence due to number of negative votes, but I was just stating the deal as honestly as I could.
PS. I believe Nicola's favourite tipple is Buckfast with a wee bitty touch of the Irn Bru.
Scotland only i bet Nicola Sturgeon's happy :p
LPKLPKLPK
Good deal, I thought my asda one the other day was good but this beats that. I'm away for more for our Paddy's party.... Just need to figure out how to make a decent green cocktail for the lady folk now.
There you go.
https://mixthatdrink.com/st-patricks-day-cocktails/
Not sure if the Guinness will help with these though. So all the more for you. ;)
LPKLPKLPK
Good deal, I thought my asda one the other day was good but this beats that. I'm away for more for our Paddy's party.... Just need to figure out how to make a decent green cocktail for the lady folk now.
I got the Asda deal, but it was ten for 8 quid, and not the £6.67 as posted here. No Paddy's party for me, I just like the stuff.
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Guinness draught 10 cans for £6.67 Asda Scotland

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As title, Guinness draught 10 cans for £6.67 Asda Scotland curtesy of the daft nanny state no multi buy deals on booze in Scotland. England has it on 3 for £20, several other types of beer on for Read More
As title, Guinness draught 10 cans for £6.67 Asda Scotland curtesy of the daft nanny state no multi buy deals on booze in Scotland. England has it on 3 for £20, several other types of beer on for
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Don't get me started on her.....
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Is that really true - that one cannot buy more than 10 cans of beer at a time in Scotland? I had not realised the daft nanny state had gone that far!
You can buy as many as you want but the shops are not able to offer multi buy deals to encourage you to buy more ie bogof / 2 for £x / buy 2 get 3rd free etc etc. The plus side is that when a national retailer does a multi buy deal in England such as this one (3 cases for £20) or 3 bottles of wine for a tenner etc then In Scotland they just reduce the individual item price to compensate.
... one of President Sturgeon's rules?

Edited By: othen on Mar 13, 2017 09:26: Typo.
8 quid in my local Scottish Asda in Newmains. But glad I went for a look as the 20 packs of Tennent's Lager were only 10 quid. :) Happy days.
Roger_Irrelevant
Much better system if you ask me. :D

Wont somebody think of the Children!
oh wait, they did... no need to club together your pocket money now ;)
Much better system if you ask me. :D
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Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Traditional Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal ends on Tuesday 14th March Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Traditional Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Honeycomb (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Read More
This deal ends on Tuesday 14th March Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Traditional Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Honeycomb (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00
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Great price. Best ice cream around. Not sickly like vanilla ice cream.
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it's bland skimmed milk and air flavour, cos that's what's in it
Actually it is 81% whole milk and cream and is a quality ice cream. Your post is rather ignorant if I may say so! Some people like all the artificial rubbish that goes into Carte D'or and other excuses for ice cream.

milk weighs approx 1000g/litre
mackies approx 556g/litre
Haagen dazs approx 860g/litre

Quality icecream has a higher density and better ingredients
Sainsbury here I come....
76893
it's bland skimmed milk and air flavour, cos that's what's in it
Actually it is 81% whole milk and cream and is a quality ice cream. Your post is rather ignorant if I may say so! Some people like all the artificial rubbish that goes into Carte D'or and other excuses for ice cream.
Find it poor to be honest.
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Join National Trust Scotland and still visit the England sites, save £££'s

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If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo… Read More
If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo…
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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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alex_dis
Newbold
alex_dis
kooks65
sew109
kooks65
ajsutton
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.
grahamc2003
Newbold
alex_dis
Newbold
alex_dis
kooks65
sew109
kooks65
ajsutton
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
Newbold
alex_dis
Newbold
alex_dis
kooks65
sew109
kooks65
ajsutton
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.


Edited By: grahamc2003 on Apr 13, 2017 10:41: .
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National Trust England are also changing car parking shortly. This will require the sticker in the window and also use of the membership card to get a parking ticket.


I wish they would give 2 car stickers with our joint membership.


They do, just ask for another one at any property
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Claim a free drink* with every main meal purchased at participating Marston’s pubs in England & Wales, or a free dessert with every main meal in Scotland. Simply search for your closest pub and regist… Read More
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Victorian Detectives Multipack - The Moonstone, Bleak House, Lady Molly of Scotland Yard and More (26 books total, 190 illustrations, essays, audio links): The Ultimate Collection Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

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brilliant thanks
Thanks Boz! :)
God Boz! The way things are going I'm actually going to have to start reading!
Awesome thank you!
Great detective work, Boz.
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Private Lanzarote Villa with pool for 4 £1,416.92 incl. flights from Glasgow! Near school summer holidays! @ Booking.com

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Private 3 bed villa with private pool in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote £683 for 1 week at the start of the Scottish school holidays (3 days before start of holidays) Flights from Glasgow Prestwick with Ry… Read More
Private 3 bed villa with private pool in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote £683 for 1 week at the start of the Scottish school holidays (3 days before start of holidays) Flights from Glasgow Prestwick with Ry…
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Quick Glitch Flights to Australia from Belfast/Scotland @ Lastminute.com from £215.00 or NZ from £350.58

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Go go go! Belfast to Melbourne haven't checked a wide range of dates yet but £309.82 with lastminute.com!!!! Scotland airports cheaper from £215 for Perth. Seems to be March will update thread with… Read More
Go go go! Belfast to Melbourne haven't checked a wide range of dates yet but £309.82 with lastminute.com!!!! Scotland airports cheaper from £215 for Perth. Seems to be March will update thread with…
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Just wanted to say thanks rachelandgrommit for posting this deal. I managed to go to Melbourne from Aberdeen for my birthday for £358 return. It was my first time in Australia and I had an amazing time. In case anyone is still in dispute with lastminute.com the following info may help...

Lastminute did try to cancel my flights by email saying:

"We regret to inform you that, due to a fare filing error, your ticket was advertised and issued at an undeniable and recognisably erroneous fare and the airline has therefore annulled it. As a result of this, we regret to inform you that your booking has been cancelled.

Please accept our sincere apologies for this inconvenience. Rest assured, we will immediately refund the entire amount that was charged for this booking via the same card you used to make the reservation. Please note it may take few days for the refund to appear on your account’s statement.

Kind regards,

Customer Care Team

lastminute.com"

However I had a later email saying:

"I have tried to contact you this morning by phone with regards to your booking with us for flights from Aberdeen to Melbourne.

Due to a system error you were amongst the recipients of a massive communication sent to some of our customers concerning the cancellation of your flight.

Please rest assured that the communication was erroneously sent to you and there will be no difference to your reservation.

The details below that my colleague Charlotte has sent to you are valid for your reservation:

Should you wish to discuss this matter further, please feel free to contact me by email or call me."

Not sure what there criteria was for honouring some flights and not others but it seems a bit sketchy that they can just cancel people's flights after sending confirmation, particularly if people had booked other non refundable items like accommodation, activities, car hire etc after having their bookings confirmed.

Edited By: arctic_cougar on Mar 30, 2017 02:53: Spelling and grammar
I can confirm I've received a £100 no-catches voucher from last minute. They called a couple of days ago, voucher landed in my inbox today. I've used them before, but not enough to be a 'vip'.
I haven't heard back neither. I got my refund from lastminute.com but Qantas are sending me in circles with my seating refund. I have been verbally told and also written confirmation of a refund within 10 days, that has not happened.
Wondering if we'll hear back from them as well, then. Has anyone else been contacted?
Just got a call from the Lastminute "vip team" to apologise for the cancellation and offering a £100 voucher - I hadn't complained or anything, so overall not overly displeased.
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Cheap flights from England and Scotland to Malta for £20.00 return @ Ryanair.com

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January dates. Departures from Glasgow (Prestwick), East Midlands and Bournemouth. Read More
January dates. Departures from Glasgow (Prestwick), East Midlands and Bournemouth.
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qwerta369
The smallest book in the world is the Maltese highway code.


Such a small place. All the locals recognise the rental cars and give them wide berth. Bonkers, but safe to drive.
I remember some years back traveling on one of those yellow buses in Malta. Don't know if they have a bus test over there but I thought my number was up a few times.
Yes, each to their own and whilst I can see it may not be everyone's favourite, I fail to comprehend how you can detest it. I went last April and had a wonderful time, but stay out of the main touristy Costa del type areas (Bugibba, St Julian's, Sliema).

We stayed in Mellieha and didn't hire a car, just used buses, the timetabling of which remained a mystery, but were all modern, cheap and regular-ish and we just went with the flow, pausing for coffee, wine, food etc. Like others, would recommend Mdina, Valetta, plus Rabat, Tarxien Temples etc. Will go back to do more and Gozo in the future. We did book a day on one of the open top tourist hop on hop off buses and that was not really worth it - could have used regular buses or even hired a car that day for similar cost.

Granted, some areas do look run down or have been only part developed, but the local stone/soil colour and lack of vegetation in some areas probably makes it look worse.
You might as well go to Siberia with the weather the way it is at this moment :-)
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Word of advice if you don't speak maltese and you hire a car, take pictures of every possible angle...when I took my hire car back (we'd been there 4 days visiting a family member in hospital) the ç**** checking the car in tried saying we damaged it, luckily my dad speaks maltese and as soon as they realised that we weren't just tourists they dropped it "no no they're ok"
Was probably going to try to fleece us for a bribe, reported it but of course nothing was done.

Also, be prepared to pay extra for things... amazing how much money you can save by learning to order food and drink in maltese lol!
not my experience when hiring a car couldn't be more helpful
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OREO 14p @ Tesco Extra - Scotland Strawberry Cheesecake & Mint Flavour

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Seen in my local Tesco Extra, Galston. From the clearance shelf. A similar deal was posted 2 weeks ago however this one is even cheaper. Read More
Seen in my local Tesco Extra, Galston. From the clearance shelf. A similar deal was posted 2 weeks ago however this one is even cheaper.
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Offer still valid and plenty of stock in Tesco Tain today


Thanks for the head up. ;)
Offer still valid and plenty of stock in Tesco Tain today
Strawberry ones were 27p in Tesco Brixton yesterday
I like OREO
Mint! <3
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2 x Irn bru 2 litre bottles £1.60 @ Farmfoods

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Farmfoods in Dumbarton had 2 bottles for £1.60 today, I know it's a little bit more than they had the other week however it's still cheaper than all other major supermarkets. I'm assuming that its £1.… Read More
Farmfoods in Dumbarton had 2 bottles for £1.60 today, I know it's a little bit more than they had the other week however it's still cheaper than all other major supermarkets. I'm assuming that its £1.…
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Thanks will pop in moro :)
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Free Microsoft office for all children in Scotland

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Okay so this may have been posted before but not many people know about it! If you live in SCOTLAND and your child goes to primary/secondary school they are entitled to use the free Microsoft offic… Read More
Okay so this may have been posted before but not many people know about it! If you live in SCOTLAND and your child goes to primary/secondary school they are entitled to use the free Microsoft offic…
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C2k is a abomination of a Service you can access about 1 tenth of websites, but yet I can torrent using zbigz :|
I've loaded on 5 pcs using my C2k account charged 30 quid each nice bit of Profit
MadonnaProject
alg
MadonnaProject
And for English children? oh right, they get shafted for being English.
This thread has already been trimmed for getting political.
It depends on various things as to whether your kids get it or not. Scottish kids get it as part of the Office 365 installation provided the email system for Glow, which is used to provide online teaching and resources in (I believe) all the Scottish council areas.
Not political at all. ALL British kids deserve the same. Period.

I'm not denying that all school kids should have access to Office or similar -unfortunately Microsoft Office is the usual office suite.

But this thread was a lot longer mainly because of the Scottish vs RUK debate - and one of the mods trimmed it as the whole bitterness against Scottish provision was getting political.
alg
MadonnaProject
And for English children? oh right, they get shafted for being English.
This thread has already been trimmed for getting political.
It depends on various things as to whether your kids get it or not. Scottish kids get it as part of the Office 365 installation provided the email system for Glow, which is used to provide online teaching and resources in (I believe) all the Scottish council areas.

Not political at all. ALL British kids deserve the same. Period.
MadonnaProject
And for English children? oh right, they get shafted for being English.

This thread has already been trimmed for getting political.

It depends on various things as to whether your kids get it or not. Scottish kids get it as part of the Office 365 installation provided the email system for Glow, which is used to provide online teaching and resources in (I believe) all the Scottish council areas.
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Adopt a reindeer in the Cairngorms for £37.00 with Cairngorm Reindeer

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Fed up with virtual deer? Adopt your very own real-life reindeer, part of a herd roaming the Scottish Cairngorms. I saw them earlier this year while hiking and they're simply stunning - and as part of… Read More
Fed up with virtual deer? Adopt your very own real-life reindeer, part of a herd roaming the Scottish Cairngorms. I saw them earlier this year while hiking and they're simply stunning - and as part of…
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Flaming heck! No flamedeer...
come out
My son would love this - voted hot
polly69
What a scam, pay to adopt a wild animal roaming in its natural environment. Why should you pay for something nobody owns to keep up with feeding and care, for crying out loud they roam and live off the land as they have done for thousands of years. It's nearly as good as companies allowing you to name a star which again no one owns.

Cold


They were reintroduced to Scotland by this organisation...
oh dear no deer :(
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Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Traditional Dairy Vanilla or Honeycomb (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 @ Sainsbury's

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These deals end on Tuesday 13th December Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Traditional Dairy Vanilla (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Honeycomb (1L) was £3.00 n… Read More
These deals end on Tuesday 13th December Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Traditional Dairy Vanilla (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Mackie's of Scotland Luxury Ice Cream Honeycomb (1L) was £3.00 n…
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contents : AIR, lots of it - let it melt and see, Whole milk (60%), whipping cream (21%), sugar, milk solids, glycerine, emulsifier (mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), pasteurised free range eggs, stabilisers (sodium alginate and guar gum)

real ice cream - Haagen-Dazs vanilla contents: Fresh Cream, Condensed Skimmed Milk, Sugar, Egg Yolk, Natural Vanilla Flavouring
Only 1£ as part of co-op 5£ deal
mccririck
NIgelK
Nicest ice cream ever. Pity not all their flavours are south of the border yet (not here anyway!)


It is nice. I also like Kelly's of Cornwall vanilla ice cream.


I live in Cornwall, one scoop of Kellys then dollop on one scoop of Roddas clotted cream. So nice :)
NIgelK
Nicest ice cream ever. Pity not all their flavours are south of the border yet (not here anyway!)


It is nice. I also like Kelly's of Cornwall vanilla ice cream.
NotALot
Traditional 1L one part of the CO-OP £5 frozen meal deal this month too.
Cheers for the tip. That deal sounds good!
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Scotland 2017 Calendar and Diary variouse other ones too £1.50 @ theworks

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not a bad price for two items
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Free store pick up.
Plus £2.99 for delivery
Cheers just got 1
sturgeon free
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Blossom Hill Grenache Rosé 75cl £3.33 A Bottle In Scotland, £20 A Case Elsewhere @ Morrisons

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My sister tipped me off about these last night - I know there's already a thread about the Primo Vere Pinot Grigio case deal on HUKD http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/primo-vere-pinot-grigio-75cl-7-a-bo… Read More
My sister tipped me off about these last night - I know there's already a thread about the Primo Vere Pinot Grigio case deal on HUKD http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/primo-vere-pinot-grigio-75cl-7-a-bo…
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The offer runs out 27/11, that's if your stores have any left (not sure if they just put limited stock out for these offers?).
louiselouise
jade6n
also have the Cuvee shiraz on the same offer
Thanks jade6n, didn't see that one last night - in my store they only had one case and a few random bottles of Primo Vere Pinot Grigio left - lots of the Blossom Hill though.

Here's the Black Cuvee Shiraz https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Black-Cuvee-Shiraz/287171011 (OOS, online though)
https://groceries.morrisons.com/productImages/287/287171011_0_640x640.jpg?identifier=01d8d27295324ed796b95d4dcfd2c722


lovely stuff if u can get it <3
jade6n
also have the Cuvee shiraz on the same offer
Thanks jade6n, didn't see that one last night - in my store they only had one case and a few random bottles of Primo Vere Pinot Grigio left - lots of the Blossom Hill though.

Here's the Black Cuvee Shiraz https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Black-Cuvee-Shiraz/287171011 (OOS, online though)
https://groceries.morrisons.com/productImages/287/287171011_0_640x640.jpg?identifier=01d8d27295324ed796b95d4dcfd2c722

Edited By: louiselouise on Nov 24, 2016 02:11
also have the Cuvee shiraz on the same offer
https://groceries.morrisons.com/productImages/119/119818011_0_640x640.jpg?identifier=953e129ab9216dc83bf56dbae4c753de

Can't find a decent picture of the 75cl case but here's one of the miniatures, the packaging looks more or less the same!
http://www.justminiatures.co.uk/bmz_cache/2/22111dba9f74b6af33c285c9bd446924.image.1200x1200.jpg

Light, fruity and delicious - it's why Blossom Hill is the UK's number one. Light and fresh, yet packed with layers of summer-fruit flavours, this Californian pink is a real beauty. Great summer drinker that also holds its own around the cheeseboard.

From the sun-kissed vineyards of California's Central Valley to your fridge… this wine has travelled far to make sure your party goes with a bang! And you just know you're onto a winner with this gorgeously pink wine, packed with huge wafts of honeysuckle and mouthwatering flavours of fresh raspberries and strawberries.

A nailed-on crowd pleaser for parties, picnics and all manner of knees-ups with family and friends, this Blossom Hill will also work well with fruit desserts and the cheeseboard.

Edited By: louiselouise on Nov 24, 2016 00:47: a
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Asda (Scotland) 12 pack Cobra beer/San Miguel.... various others £6.67

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12 pk 330ml Cobra Beer £6.67. Others too but Cobra would be my preference. Asda Bishopbriggs. I guess one of the supermarkets are doing 3 for £20 and Asda are pricematching. Read More
12 pk 330ml Cobra Beer £6.67. Others too but Cobra would be my preference. Asda Bishopbriggs. I guess one of the supermarkets are doing 3 for £20 and Asda are pricematching.
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Also includes Heineken and San Miguel
yes 3 for 20 in England
The law to stop supermarkets selling multiple offers on alchohol has back-fired massively IMO, as the supermarkets just price individual packs accordingly when theres an offer on, it makes it more accessible.

Not complaining mind, an example of our would be leaders head in the sand attitude.

Its great to pop in after work and pick up a 12 pack for less than £7 :D
It will be 3 for £20 in English Asda stores. Hence £6.67 for 1 in Scottish stores.
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Humble Bundle - Mobile Board Games - Pay what you want! 80p

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Humble Mobile - Board Games Some great ones there! I'd go for the $5 one. I have Ticket to Ride and Galaxy Trucker on iPhone already and they are good on there. Pay $1 (about £0.80) or more! Read More
Humble Mobile - Board Games Some great ones there! I'd go for the $5 one. I have Ticket to Ride and Galaxy Trucker on iPhone already and they are good on there. Pay $1 (about £0.80) or more!
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Small World 2 is here(!) as per my earlier prediction/mistake, based on Small Worlds:
Tabletop: Small World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9QtdiRJYro
Boardgame Geek: Small World
http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/40692/small-world
Oops, you're right, SMall World isn't included, I've removed it from my list.

jameshothothot, my favourite Risk clone is Border Siege LITE [war & risk]:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.game.drisk.free&hl=en_GB
The AI isn't bad at all, and the map variety good.

If you were here at the right time, there were discounts on these from Play Store.
Carcassonne was 10p in July:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carcassonne-android-10p-google-play-2478343

Catan was 10p in October:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/catan-10p-google-play-store-2522210

Ticket to Ride and Splendor were 149p each in June (as was Small World 2):
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/days-wonder-games-discounted-play-store-1-49-2469048

Galaxy Trucker was 89p in August:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/galaxy-trucker-app-89p-google-play-amazon-app-store-2499730
Good Deal. Shame no Talisman but I already have that.
Is Ticket to Ride with only the USA map? It says "6 additional maps and 2 mini-expansions", but I'm not sure if these are included or just available as an in-app purchase.
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Rugby League 4 Nations Double Header TODAY, Aus v NZ & Eng v Sco @ Coventry Ricoh Arena from £10.00

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NOVEMBER 05 17:30 RICOH ARENA, COVENTRY ENGLAND v SCOTLAND 5pm & NEW ZEALAND v AUSTRALIA 8pm Ricoh Arena, Coventry FOUR TEAMS : TWO GAMES : ONE TICKET Concessions start from £10, adults… Read More
NOVEMBER 05 17:30 RICOH ARENA, COVENTRY ENGLAND v SCOTLAND 5pm & NEW ZEALAND v AUSTRALIA 8pm Ricoh Arena, Coventry FOUR TEAMS : TWO GAMES : ONE TICKET Concessions start from £10, adults…
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If there's one game Scotland are targeting for a win it'll be this one!
Of course it is everyone hates the english! But i can't see england losing! The scots might have had a chance if we had beat NZ but england need to go all out and try and beat aus for the first time in twenty years too!
Great deal. Hoping aus win to set up a big game with England next week!:P
Hope Scotland get to host it one day.
If there's one game Scotland are targeting for a win it'll be this one!
I'm looking forward to it!! Hope Scotland give us a good game. Heat for the post a shame about your profile pic though.
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Bring a friend for free when booking a crossing @ Stena Line (eg Belfast-Cairnryan 1 Car 2 Passengers just £83.00 one way)

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This seems like a pretty basic offer, but anyone who has done the Irish Sea crossing, knows prices are usually pretty high, especially around Christmas time. There are some exclusion dates, but naviga… Read More
This seems like a pretty basic offer, but anyone who has done the Irish Sea crossing, knows prices are usually pretty high, especially around Christmas time. There are some exclusion dates, but naviga…
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simont_space
What if you don't have any friends?


what do you mean, 'What if...'?
simont_space
What if you don't have any friends?


it's half price if u Don't :D
What if you don't have any friends?
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Free tickets for Historic Scotland sites including Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle entry

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Historic Scotland's Ticket Giveaway For St Andrews Day weekend on 26th & 27th November 2016 only. You can get free tickets for places including Edinburgh and Stirling Castle along with lots more i… Read More
Historic Scotland's Ticket Giveaway For St Andrews Day weekend on 26th & 27th November 2016 only. You can get free tickets for places including Edinburgh and Stirling Castle along with lots more i…
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harry2511
Do you have to become member to get these tickets???
no!
Do you have to become member to get these tickets???
heat added
Excellent! Thanks for the heads up!
Great freebie I got it last year, was so excited, went to Edinburgh only to be taken to hospital urgently ONE hour before castle opened, with acute peritonitis. I was gutted... but then the nurses gave me an individual room with a view on the castle!!! :D Anyway thanks OP.
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Rugby League 4 Nations Final @ Anfield, Liverpool Nov 20th 25% off and from £10.00

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£20 adults / £10 concessions November 20th 2:30pm Use code LADBROKES for 25% off The 2016 Four Nations tournament is coming to you this October and November. It is one of the biggest inte… Read More
£20 adults / £10 concessions November 20th 2:30pm Use code LADBROKES for 25% off The 2016 Four Nations tournament is coming to you this October and November. It is one of the biggest inte…
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Cheers Op just at right price. Very happy 7 year old gets to sit in Kop end.
Don't worry, RL doesn't mess the pitch up, it's Rugby Union that does.
Klopp's not going to be happy, gonna totally ruin the pitch!
Title is misleading. Why not just say tickets are FROM £10.00 for Concessions and FROM £20.00 for Adults.
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25% off Rugby League 4 Nations Final Decider England vs Australia @ Olympic Stadium London from £12.50

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SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER London Stadium Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 2pm Use code LADBROKES Tickets start at £12.50 for concessions plus your 25% discount. England are returning to the Lon… Read More
SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER London Stadium Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 2pm Use code LADBROKES Tickets start at £12.50 for concessions plus your 25% discount. England are returning to the Lon…
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Not proper rugby but a good price nonetheless
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£15.00 from scotland to london or £30 1st class @ Virgin Trains east coast

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travel from Scotland to London for £15 or £30 1st free food and bevy Instant Plane Relief offers immediate treatment for the following symptoms: security check stress, waiting around for hours agon… Read More
travel from Scotland to London for £15 or £30 1st free food and bevy Instant Plane Relief offers immediate treatment for the following symptoms: security check stress, waiting around for hours agon…
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big_rock
Tickets booked and maths done - need to down 15 beers and a couple sandwiches to make the First Class tickets be worth it.
Or as it's also known, a full Scottish breakfast.
Uncle Wully should know better than anyone the Scots like sausages or any meat for breakfast...earl of sandwiches indeed haha
anyone have extra code?
Any spare codes still lying around at all? Can't believe how amazing this deal is/was!
my mistake it seems it doesn't matter what email address you use as long as the code hasn't been used already. thanks again
superpanda
don
RITCHTHEYID
superpanda
RITCHTHEYID
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Any unused codes anyone? Would appreciate as have to go down to London in 2 weeks and codes promo ended :(
I have a code I am not using.
any chance i can pinch it please ?
Have sent you a message.
thanks very much. do i need your email address to activate it ?
Not that I know of.

sorry but it asks for email address and code to activate it. there's no way of entering the code without both :-(
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Glayva Whisky Liqueur 50cl @ Sainsbury's £13.00

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Glayva Whisky Liqueur 50cl Usually £18 now £13 at Sainsburys online Given a bottle for my birthday and it's lovey on the rocks. Read More
Glayva Whisky Liqueur 50cl Usually £18 now £13 at Sainsburys online Given a bottle for my birthday and it's lovey on the rocks.
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OP what's it like in a glass?

Just as nice :P
Love this, gutted I wasn't paying attention to get the Tesco deal though.
the Glayboys love this stuff - thanks!
OP what's it like in a glass?
Holeinone
markvirgo
[quote=Holeinone] Possibly still on offer at Tesco, 2 for £20 amongst other spirits Bells etc... Worth a check.
Not in my local or online at this time.
Said it was worth a check, thanks for updating my post.[/quI've just checked, it came under the header of Three Barrels Brandy 70CL.Two For £20.00 @ Tesco. It ended 20/9/16 oh well, was worth a try.
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Relocation VW Camper One Way Rental: From Ireland, Spain, Scotland or Italy £5.00 p/d @ Spaceship Rentals

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I've posted this company before but it seems they have some different deals again now. There are some deals valid from now until the end of October, so likely to include half term so if you fancied hi… Read More
I've posted this company before but it seems they have some different deals again now. There are some deals valid from now until the end of October, so likely to include half term so if you fancied hi…
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links to the relocation deals on the site work fine.

now all £1pd with a tank of fuel.

http://www.spaceshipsrentals.co.uk/current-deals/relocation-deals/

Edited By: getmore4less on Oct 09, 2016 20:26
Just returned from Barcelona - £35.00 for a week. There was another camper car available in Barcelona.

The smaller Camper Car (Volkswagen Caddy) is manual but the larger vehicles (based on the Toyota Estima) are automatic.
Gordinho
lucas
Gordinho
lucas
Gordinho
lucas
Are these vehicles available in auto?
http://bfy.tw/7rEQ
Doesn't actually answer the question you pedantic udder
Bless you.

Aw you tried so hard
Now that is irony.


Refer to the comment above
lucas
Gordinho
lucas
Gordinho
lucas
Are these vehicles available in auto?
http://bfy.tw/7rEQ
Doesn't actually answer the question you pedantic udder
Bless you.

Aw you tried so hard
Now that is irony.
Gordinho
lucas
Are these vehicles available in auto?
http://bfy.tw/7rEQ
twit
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Mackie's of Scotland Toffee & Honeycomb flavoured Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal ends next Tuesday 20th September Mackie's of Scotland Toffee & Honeycomb flavoured Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Ingredients Whole Milk (55%), Whipping Cream (20%), Sugar… Read More
This deal ends next Tuesday 20th September Mackie's of Scotland Toffee & Honeycomb flavoured Dairy Ice Cream (1L) was £3.00 now £2.00 Ingredients Whole Milk (55%), Whipping Cream (20%), Sugar…
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Wonder if this is made by another company down south under licence, which is why you can't get all the flavours. Looking at Mackie's web site, it doesn't seem a very large concern in itself to be supplying all the major supermarkets in the Country, as well as other outlets.
NOT too my knowledge. According to the Wikipedia website they say Mackies make 11 million litres of Ice ream a year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mackie's
always this price in farmfoods,chocolate is the best flavour
Not too bad, worth about £2, dont think I would ever spend £3 on it though
Was gonan say 'heat added' but that might melt it a bit too quickly(_;)
Tablet ice cream is amazing
They also retail potato crisps and chocolate here in Scotland too. The haggis crisps are to die for......!
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Club 55 on Transpennine Express trains for just £19.00 return (£29 for Scotland) Cheap!

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If you're age 55+ you can get an off peak return ticket on any Transpennine Express train for just £19 return on any Transpennine Express route beside Scotland which is £29 return. If you have a senio… Read More
If you're age 55+ you can get an off peak return ticket on any Transpennine Express train for just £19 return on any Transpennine Express route beside Scotland which is £29 return. If you have a senio…
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The Range at the Jewel, Scotland Edinburgh Bestways 10Ft Quick Up Pool & Pump, Store Only £15.00

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For those who missed the Tesco deal, The Range at the Jewel, Edinburgh is doing the same pool for only 15 pounds... Cannot get any better :) Easy set up and sell for 50 pounds in the summer. There… Read More
For those who missed the Tesco deal, The Range at the Jewel, Edinburgh is doing the same pool for only 15 pounds... Cannot get any better :) Easy set up and sell for 50 pounds in the summer. There…
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I just picked up the large metal frame pool for £27!! Was supposed to be £89.99. It was the last one on the shelf. Also grabbed some of the filters for 90p! Kids will be so happy.
These were the same price in Bridgend too so may be nationwide.
I had the steel frame 12ft for £50 at the range in Swansea a few weeks ago. Best £50 I spent. Kids love it. Hopefully have a few more days of decent weather then figure out where it's going to be stored for winter!
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Tesco Extra Musselburgh Scotland Bestways 10Ft Quick Up Pool & Pump, Store Only £17.50

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Not much to say about it, quick up pool, fun for that price. Can be bought now for next summer. They are selling them for about 50 pounds summer time, then at 17.50 its a bargain. Might be store spec… Read More
Not much to say about it, quick up pool, fun for that price. Can be bought now for next summer. They are selling them for about 50 pounds summer time, then at 17.50 its a bargain. Might be store spec…
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ha ha, only compulsory on house purchase so if you dont move you cant be forced into one ;)
Splodger101
True, but I have lived in several 'water scarce' areas of the world...the UK is an Island Nation, surrounded by water ... plenty of coastal regions to put sea-water desalination plants there, especially in Essex, Kent ;) Mind you, desalinated drinking water does take some getting used to... but approach might counter rising sea levels?!?
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Splodger101
No they won't be compulsory for existing properties... but for those 'off-meter' expect water charges to rise and thus incentivise people going over to a water meter. Its like the new 'Smart Meter' (gas+electricity) TV adverts .. doesn't actually say but you will NOT have to have a Smart meter installed, but there will be additional charges for not doing so. oO
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vulcanproject
Just shy of 4000 litre max capacity. Nearly costs as much to fill as it does to buy haha
not everyone has a water meter.
You don't say! oO But you better get used to the idea of having one, because they will be compulsory for most private residences before too long
It's likely most properties will end up with meters and effectively compulsory before too long.
The water industry act 1999 talks about water companies enforcing compulsory meters based on a variety of conditions. The conditions are very wide reaching and certainly lend more power to the water companies than the customer. While the government has said that there are no plans to bring forward compulsory metering and advertisements suggest it is still just an option, it's just a matter of time looking at future environmental agendas. The fact you can only avoid one in some areas by effectively accepting a financial penalty speaks volumes.
Conditions for legislating compulsory meters are more likely to become more wide reaching every year that passes, particularly regions of water scarcity. Several big water companies have already used the 1999 act to meter up hundreds of thousands of properties in the past few years with minimal resistance. Southern water was one of the biggest to mandate meters and completed that project this year.
So like I said, get used to the idea.

There might be plenty of place to put desalination plants around the country, but you won't find a penny to build or run them any time soon as they are massively expensive. The only one operating in this country does so because it serves London which pretty much has no choice.
True, but I have lived in several 'water scarce' areas of the world...the UK is an Island Nation, surrounded by water ... plenty of coastal regions to put sea-water desalination plants there, especially in Essex, Kent ;) Mind you, desalinated drinking water does take some getting used to... but approach might counter rising sea levels?!?

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Splodger101
No they won't be compulsory for existing properties... but for those 'off-meter' expect water charges to rise and thus incentivise people going over to a water meter. Its like the new 'Smart Meter' (gas+electricity) TV adverts .. doesn't actually say but you will NOT have to have a Smart meter installed, but there will be additional charges for not doing so. oO
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wendyak
vulcanproject
Just shy of 4000 litre max capacity. Nearly costs as much to fill as it does to buy haha
not everyone has a water meter.
You don't say! oO But you better get used to the idea of having one, because they will be compulsory for most private residences before too long
It's likely most properties will end up with meters and effectively compulsory before too long.
The water industry act 1999 talks about water companies enforcing compulsory meters based on a variety of conditions. The conditions are very wide reaching and certainly lend more power to the water companies than the customer. While the government has said that there are no plans to bring forward compulsory metering and advertisements suggest it is still just an option, it's just a matter of time looking at future environmental agendas. The fact you can only avoid one in some areas by effectively accepting a financial penalty speaks volumes.
Conditions for legislating compulsory meters are more likely to become more wide reaching every year that passes, particularly regions of water scarcity. Several big water companies have already used the 1999 act to meter up hundreds of thousands of properties in the past few years with minimal resistance. Southern water was one of the biggest to mandate meters and completed that project this year.
So like I said, get used to the idea.
Splodger101
No they won't be compulsory for existing properties... but for those 'off-meter' expect water charges to rise and thus incentivise people going over to a water meter. Its like the new 'Smart Meter' (gas+electricity) TV adverts .. doesn't actually say but you will NOT have to have a Smart meter installed, but there will be additional charges for not doing so. oO
vulcanproject
wendyak
vulcanproject
Just shy of 4000 litre max capacity. Nearly costs as much to fill as it does to buy haha
not everyone has a water meter.
You don't say! oO But you better get used to the idea of having one, because they will be compulsory for most private residences before too long

It's likely most properties will end up with meters and effectively compulsory before too long.

The water industry act 1999 talks about water companies enforcing compulsory meters based on a variety of conditions. The conditions are very wide reaching and certainly lend more power to the water companies than the customer. While the government has said that there are no plans to bring forward compulsory metering and advertisements suggest it is still just an option, it's just a matter of time looking at future environmental agendas. The fact you can only avoid one in some areas by effectively accepting a financial penalty speaks volumes.

Conditions for legislating compulsory meters are more likely to become more wide reaching every year that passes, particularly regions of water scarcity. Several big water companies have already used the 1999 act to meter up hundreds of thousands of properties in the past few years with minimal resistance. Southern water was one of the biggest to mandate meters and completed that project this year.

So like I said, get used to the idea.
No they won't be compulsory for existing properties... but for those 'off-meter' expect water charges to rise and thus incentivise people going over to a water meter. Its like the new 'Smart Meter' (gas+electricity) TV adverts .. doesn't actually say but you will NOT have to have a Smart meter installed, but there will be additional charges for not doing so. oO

vulcanproject
wendyak
vulcanproject
Just shy of 4000 litre max capacity. Nearly costs as much to fill as it does to buy haha
not everyone has a water meter.
You don't say! oO But you better get used to the idea of having one, because they will be compulsory for most private residences before too long



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i don't know the names of any Creationists, don't want to know the names of any, just know that Creationism is a radical religion that has no evidence to support it what so ever. Teaching children that the Earth is 10k old and Evolution is some type of conspiracy played on the world, is as dangerous as any other radical teachings.

That's ok. What you should have written was something like, 'Creationists don't believe that dinosaurs existed millions of years ago but that they only appeared around 10,000 years ago', instead of the way you put it.
By the way, creationism isn't a religion in itself, it may be a radical part of theology, but that's it. There are also creationists that are not religious, but instead believe that this earth was seeded by other beings from another galaxy.
That said, as you indicated, you don't know what creationists teach, therefore you haven't investigated their supporting claims. I am very interested in the subject, and have read both sides of the issue, though I'm no expert either way. Before anyone can rightly judge a matter, every side must be looked at, otherwise there is an unhealthy bigotry.

Edited By: Predikuesi on Aug 28, 2016 11:24: There their they're
i don't know the names of any Creationists, don't want to know the names of any, just know that Creationism is a radical religion that has no evidence to support it what so ever. Teaching children that the Earth is 10k old and Evolution is some type of conspiracy played on the world, is as dangerous as any other radical teachings.
davej798
must be that i have never been any good at maths, that explains the confusion, according to your time scale humans must have co-existed with dinosaurs. sorry if i don't swallow the flintstones version of history. Also i don't need to prove the case of evolution, theres thousands of texts out there that do the job for me. What makes Creationism any better than other unsupported religious theories, such as Scientology.

So you can't supply the name of even one Creationist that says there were no dinosaurs! That's ok, I knew you couldn't support your fallacy in your first post. Your equation is no proof of your false statement ... "oh dear, i like dinosaurs and theres no place for them in the creationists world." Despite your "maths" you are the one confused about whether Creationists believe dinosaurs existed.
must be that i have never been any good at maths, that explains the confusion, according to your time scale humans must have co-existed with dinosaurs. sorry if i don't swallow the flintstones version of history. Also i don't need to prove the case of evolution, theres thousands of texts out there that do the job for me. What makes Creationism any better than other unsupported religious theories, such as Scientology.
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davej798
oh dear, i like dinosaurs and theres no place for them in the creationists world. have a good make believe day anyway
Please tell me of one Creationist that doesn't believe that dinosaurs existed. I am not going to debate evolution or creationism here, but you have been fed a lie if you've been told that Creationists reject the existence of dinosaurs.
world 10,000 years old, dinosaurs 100million years plus. go figure

But that's not what I asked. You implied that Creationists don't believe in dinosaurs. All I needed was at least one proof to support your statement. Every Creationist believes in dinosaurs. The major Creationist have ample proof of this on their websites.
Anyway, I won't bother you any more if you are unable to support your claim.
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