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10% off new bikes + Free National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
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Refreshed 23rd MayRefreshed 23rd May
10% off new bikes!
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WhkaffaBegum

My son got a bike but how do you get the national trust pass? The guys at the shop said it would be in the email receipt but I can’t find anything.

pvo_dave

New Adult bikes, doesn't include kids bikes

netsurfer

BIKE15 was working yesterday for 15% off adult bikes

KingOfKingsYNWA

Get set for a Summer of adventure with 10% off adult bikes for a limited time only, plus a FREE National Trust Family Day Pass worth up to £50!

Pashley Princess Sovereign Womens Bike Green 17.5 inch for £270 @ Halfords (+Free National Trust Family Day Pass Worth up to £50)
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Nice vintage style bike in regency green :) *Free National Trust Family Day Pass when you buy any adult bike, roof box, roof bar or bike rackNational Trust Family Day Pass wort… Read more
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Tiberiusric

Damn missed that silly price even to sell on

bonzobanana

Pashley are British made bikes, beautifully made and very premium. I agree about Halfords pricing in general being up and down but even at the high pricing many of their bikes are still very good value compared to what you would get in a local bike shop and some other retailers. Anyway £270 for a Pashley is exceptionally cheap, they last decades and are very low maintenance but they are not lightweight performance bikes. I must admit I fancy one of their retro road bikes.

TipsyNurse

Seems to be the fashion now - especially Halfords - is to put a ridiculous RRP so they can do a big discount. Often they have two almost identical models and the discount switches from one to the other.

sparklehedgehog

And therefore, as has been proven, if they’re priced sensibly they will sell but the original price clearly wasn’t working so I rest my case.

steed

£670 now...

National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull - 2 Adults + Upto 3 Kids for £9.60 / 2 Adults £7.20 @ Groupon with code (Under 5s Free) Father's Day?
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Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Would make a great family day out especially since May Half Term is not far off or maybe a treat for Dad on Father's Day :) - has excellent reviews too. To get these reduced pri… Read more
dan_is_the_man01

Try coventry transport museum whilst it is still free to go in for now!

cecilmcroberts

Few more pictures from November. Its in the NCC, less than 10 mins from Birmingham Airport. National Conference Centre Coventry Road Bickenhill B92 0EJ Solihull United Kingdom

Looking for Cheap / Free Days Out & Things to do in the School Holidays? Hope these Help
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Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Think like many people I look at the weekends & school holidays as a double edged sword, on one hand, I love the kids being off (well at least for the first few hours) but I'm … Read more
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wishihadadonkey

There are some Scottish offers at the bottom of activities in the UK, Landmark Adventure park is one of them, my kids adore it, they prefer going there over M&D's every time. There is also the Free Places to Visit / Things to Do in Scotland thread I did itison is a really good place to source offers in Scotland, we use it all the time for cheap days out Inverness Botanic Gardens West Highland Museum Lochaber Geopark Open Doors Festival in September Highland Folk Museum Walking Tour

TheWookieMonster

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WeeWifie

Spent ages looking through the list and in the links websites. Found just one thing in all of that post. That was anywhere near me in Scotland. Paintballing with a price cut. Oh and getting to see Glenfinnan viaduct for 2 for 1 but only if you go by train not car like we would have to :D Anyone got any links for things to do in the Scottish Highlands area? Or found anything in this thread I have missed? As always though such posts are fantastic if you live in England! Heat heat heat. Trying to find Scottish stuff in these is always an issue though. But I'm guessing it's same for Wales and NI 😁

djp2k8

GeoCaching.

Loubie2017

Fab, thank you

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Free Family Day Pass for National Trust When You Buy Any Adult Bike, Roof Box, Roof Bar or Bike Rack @ Halfords - stacks with offers
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05/08/2019Expires on 05/08/2019Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Fab offer from Halfords - between now until 5th August - you will receive a Free Family Day Pass for the National Trust (worth up to £50) when you buy any Adult Bike, Roof Box, Roo… Read more
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stanky

Yes it is 100 a year but if you went to a property as a one off it can cost 50 for family. May be exaggerated but still a free day out for some that would have otherwise cost them

stanky

Sorry was on the app and didn’t click “more” to see the description. I was hoping it’s on roofs bars And boxes

confused_boardman_owner

BIKE15 states it in the description ( or at least does now in bold, going to assume it may not have done before now :) ) you may also get lucky and find a store that gives you this offer even if you buying a kids bike too, was in one today that gave away 3 of these passes to kids bike purchase collections while i was in discussing options for a repair to one of my bikes.

stanky

What’s the 15% code?

kolibri

Haha, was about to ask the same 😁

New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Site Discount Entry - Family of 4 was £43.95 now £22.75 / Child now £5.50 / Adult now £8.50 via Wowcher
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Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Never been but it's on my list now - it looks amazing & my kids would LOVE it The UNESCO World Heritage centre visitor site is less than an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh &am… Read more
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vultura

I am confused.....

Sharpharp

nice, cheaper than Travelodge, is breakfast included?

vultura

A nice place to visit and interesting history. Falls of Clyde are well worth the walk.

tigerz

awww spent many a date walking around here back in the day ;)

tintowellfan

Waterfall is free to see, as is the riverside walk to it. I live locally and not fussed about paying for anything.

15% off Annual off Annual Gift Membership with Code @ English Heritage
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31/05/2019Expires on 31/05/2019Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Enter the code at the checkout to receive the discount.
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deanos

£50 for family membership to this as well as national trust if you buy the NZ one

For one night only - 18th May 2019, the Black Country Living Museum is offering half price entry - £9.25
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For one night only, the Black Country Living Museum is offering half price entry. The after-hours Red by Night event is the perfect opportunity for families to discover more about… Read more
John_Bradley

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milko

If you pay normal price for one visit you get an annual pass that is valid for the whole year for as many visits you like

brychris

It’s worth going for the fish & chips alone from Hobbs & Sons Restaurant :D

scottwhittlejunk

Tay a bad price that er kid

mmmwoah

Shame it’s passed my kids bedtime lol

Cornwall Castle overnight stay with Breakfast, Tickets to Tate St Ives and a round of golf £69 (£34.50pp) @ Travelzoo
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Thought this was a cracking offer for those that enjoy golf. 72 acre estate with 'spectacular' views of St Ives. Stay dates begin in september, with Sundays being the cheapest curr… Read more
salma_2345

Where is this place

omarlilyo

If its a par 3 course and you have some golf clubs, i really wouldnt worry about your standard. It really wont matter. They will all be short basic holes that you cant mess up i imagine :) You can download HOLE19 (or similar apps) and if there par 3 course is on there, see a birds eye view of the course and how difficult it is. But par 3s are often for beginners and practice.

jumpinoffthbed

How much to hire clubs & will they let me have a go if I don't know what I'm doing?

mousey

Fab deal - been there and must stay the Breakfasts were excellent and so were the staff.

National trust and Cadbury’s Easter Hunt @ National Trust and National Trust Scotland
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Thought I would share this today as family going for an Easter egg hunt. A bit of fun in the countryside and an egg at the end (y) 🏻 Fancy painting and other stuff to do … Read more
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winchman

North Wales was a bag of Cadbury mini eggs, think it was only £2..

TheNorwichMarvel

Depends where you go, only cost me £2.50 each for us and we ain’t a member, just paid £6 parking

daern

I guess you're not an NT member, which makes it much cheaper on the day. Ho hum, each to their own.

thewolf8u

So £7 parking plus £10 each for entry to the gardens plus £2.50! Think I’ll buy my £1 egg from home bargains and stick it in the garden. Plus these aren’t egg hunts there “walks around the garden” with an egg at the end. Did one last year.... total joke!

TheNorwichMarvel

Sounds an awesome day arguing about collective nouns.... We were happy to see a rabbit 🐇, not worrying how to say the word (lol) (lol)

English Heritage Deals 2 FOR 1 with Countrylife butter Voucher
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31/03/2020Expires on 31/03/2020Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
1 voucher available on each butter pack.
Lee_Sturgess

Does anyone have a code that they aren't planning to use please?

ec9wrr

Free English heritage with Barclays premier rewards as well. Not for everyone, but for high earners nice bonus. No fee for the account, minimum of £75k earnings.

harams

See it for free. Drive past the visitor centre on your . Turn left-hand side at the main road, then left down an old road. It's a rough road but you can drive all the way down. You'll see Stonehenge on the right. Just past it you'll find a footpath and you can see it through the fence for free. OK your not as near to it if you'd had paid but even them you can't go right up to it.

bobo53

Stonehenge is in reality a waste of time and better to look at it in a postcard. It was actually made up with the stones found in the ground and to the like and style of the artist that was in charge at the time

davem

Exclusions: 14. The following English Heritage attractions are excluded from the Offer: Stonehenge. 15. The Offer does not apply and Vouchers may not be redeemed during the following exclusion dates: 1 March (Cadw only)19 - 22 April 2019 (inclusive).26 July – 2 September 2019 (inclusive).Christmas Day.Other attraction specific opening days and times apply, including winter opening hours and weekend only opening from November to February. Please check with your chosen attraction to avoid disappointment. See paragraph 13 above. 16. The Voucher is not valid for accommodation.

10% off £35 Spend or £5 off £35 Spend With codes @ English Heritage
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30/06/2019Expires on 30/06/2019Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
10% off orders over £35 Code - AFG67 30-06-2019 £5 off orders over … Read more
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Florence Nightingale Museum, London,  Family Ticket (2A / 2C) £8 with code @ Groupon
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Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Same price for 2 Adults as it is for a Family Ticket - decent saving on both options anyway, but if you use code HELLO20 (new user / email) it will discount further to £8 for bot… Read more
LyesLyes18

Use code MUMSDAY to lower the price further to £7.

mrtea1967

Glad you posted the two pictures above because from your photo on the Deals page it looked like the builders weren't finished. Good family ticket price.

wishihadadonkey

Lots of really positive reviews around, most seem really happy with the museum :)

Jellybeans

Good value for a family of four. Usually £15 for family I think. A review "The museum consists of 4 small rooms mainly with pictures of nurses from 1960's. In my opinion there is not a lot of information concerning the famous Nurse. I'm glad I received a 2 for 1 voucher otherwise I would have been cross."

London Museum of Water and Steam Family (2A / 2C) Entry Weekdays £12.96 / Weekends £16.40 with code @ Groupon - Kids under 5 go Free
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Refreshed 1st AprRefreshed 1st Apr
Super price for a family ticket to the very highly rated London Museum of Water and Steam, if you pre-booked direct, the same ticket would cost £27.45 or £30.50 on the door. PLUS y… Read more
the_giant

Year membership is very cheap at the museum great for toddlers if you live nearby.

Night at the Museum 1-3 (Blu-ray) £3.99 delivered @ Base
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Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
'Night at the Museum' (2006) 'Night at the Museum 2: Escape from the Smithsmonian' (2009) 'Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb' (2014)
MrDB

Good idea. Thanks :)

Chizzy01

I dont think you can see if they work without using them, best bet would be to give the code's to your bro & get him to see if they work mate

MrDB

Ah, I'll try them yeah. Can you see if they work without actually using them? If they do work I'd rather give the codes away to my brother or something like that. Cheers :)

Chizzy01

I found with all the codes I've used that "expired" even 2 years ago they all still work fine mate, even the cheap blue Ray's out of pound world all have working codes. Give them a try I reckon they'll work

MrDB

It came with an ultraviolet code for Night at the museum: secret of the tomb. The code expired 31st December 2018! No codes for the first 2 films though.

Free UK timed running events: parkrun (5km); Great Run Local (5km); National Trust (10km) + get free access to The Eden Project!
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Quarterly reminder about these fantastic free running/walking events. There is a great community at all the events, and you are supported just as much (if not more) if you take 45 … Read more
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LittleP14

Did my first park run this weekend, and absolutely loved it. For the last 9 weeks I ha completed the couch to 5k app on my phone, and have been running 5k consistently for the last 2 weeks within 28 mins and 30 mins. Prior to completing this app I could probably jog for around 15 minutes before stopping. Got round the course in 29 minutes, however my Strava said I’d completed it in 28 minutes weirdly! It’s a lovely atmosphere, but I can see why people would be put off with the large amount of participants, as it can get a little trick navigating the paths so close together, which will inevitably eat into your timings if your that way inclined. I’ll continue running 3 times in the week andwill be doing it again this Saturday!

dorset_taco

This guy did it in 13 mins 48 secs https://www.irishnews.com/magazine/2017/02/10/news/we-asked-the-parkrun-world-record-holder-how-to-make-running-enjoyable-this-winter-928616/

sohighicantouchthesky

Park Run is for all abilities - I’ve only done it a few times as there’s actually two many people at my local making it too slower pace and crowded for my liking. Just because the two guys who work hard to maintain a fitness level and were joking over who should take first showed no visible sign of effort doesn’t mean they didn’t try? I run a lot of half marathon, 10k’s and sometimes full marathons too - I get beat by a lot of people but I strive to beat my own personal best times so naturally I’ll beat others. I hope they don’t get upset like you?!? I want to be the quickest and best, although accept they’ll always be people quicker, better and who have trained more than I. Running (like all sport) is competitive. You did realise this before you went along and stood at the sidelines, right?

blackanchorage

Serious runners may do parkrun as a fast training run. It's regular, timed and exactly 5km, so is a good measure of fitness. Do you run?

techno12

Started doing these this year - crazy mad 600+ people of all ages etc all getting fit at my local one. Dogs and babies in buggies too... Great fun, though kills my right knee (apparently "runner's knee" is a thing) so have a support for it curious to see if it fixes the 2 days of intense pain I get after each run. Well worth registering for the "get your time texted" as I can check my progress on my phone. Plus, amusingly, it's the only text I get nowadays as we've all moved to WhatsApp! Also, you get freebies! On my first run in Jan they were handing out bags of the forthcoming Persil washing capsules.

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