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Two night break for two (incl. breakfast) at the Fishguard Bay Hotel in Wales £79 (Travelzoo)
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Thought this was an excellent price for a 2 night getaway without queueing at airports. The deal is available through Travelzoo; the hotel has good reviews and currently shows good… Read more
callumtong17 h, 34 m ago

Hehe some people like child free places 😁. I'm 20 and when I go to a …Hehe some people like child free places 😁. I'm 20 and when I go to a hotel that last thing I want is something/somone that resembles my little brothers


I agree. I'm 28 and have 3 kids. When I go away with the Mrs we don't want to see kids at all!
SA12RRA3 h, 17 m ago

Shame, otherwise I'd be interested too. They should start considering …Shame, otherwise I'd be interested too. They should start considering small families too and offer us a decent deal.


Hehe some people like child free places 😁. I'm 20 and when I go to a hotel that last thing I want is something/somone that resembles my little brothers
harshv1 h, 28 m ago

Yeah I know I checked and they don't offer extra beds (even for …Yeah I know I checked and they don't offer extra beds (even for a charge) in these rooms. There are family rooms, but this offer doesn't apply.


Shame, otherwise I'd be interested too. They should start considering small families too and offer us a decent deal.
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clairelou441 h, 4 m ago

Wish there was an option to take kids on these deals


Yeah I know

I checked and they don't offer extra beds (even for a charge) in these rooms. There are family rooms, but this offer doesn't apply.
Edited by: "harshv" 7th Feb
Wish there was an option to take kids on these deals
Small fresh filter coffee & any baked good (cake, pastry etc) for £1.19 at New Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons , when you save receipt and do survey on previous visit (only Greater Manchester, WA, Scotland&Wales currently)
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
including famous "Double Double" coffee, double cream and double sugar. A very nice place to visit, Great staff (in Sale at least)and a nice change from the usual chains.
None down south, tut tut
tinca1 m ago

I wonder if the will pay the living wage and pay taxes?


do you genuinely care or just being critical for the sake of it? I'm jsut wondering as a lot of people moan about Amazon and they are the only provider they use.
I wonder if the will pay the living wage and pay taxes?
Definition of a frustrated ex-pat Canadian (i.e. me): finding out that there are Tim Hortons restaurants here in Britain but they are all in Scotland or Manchester when I live near London...
He he... Great thing is, when you redeem this you get another receipt with a survey for the same thing. I haven't paid for an Apple Fritter or a doughnut in months. Of course, I also no longer fit in my jeans....
Visit National Botanic Garden of Wales Free during January 2018 Mon-Fri
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Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Beautiful place and well worth a trip if you can spare the time Monday-Friday during Jan. Lovely walks, good café and also good children's play areas too.
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33030677-F3wVW.jpg33030677-P5tpL.jpgNice place to visit - would happily pay to go again but free would be even better.
Not much to see outside this time of year, but a lovely location. The Botanics in Edinburgh is also a great place to visit for free
We got married here. It's absolutely beautiful and highly recommended.
Peacemonster3 h, 13 m ago

Where is it in Wales, please?


I thought it was close to Butlins. I'll just need to check my map.
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Peacemonster15 m ago

Where is it in Wales, please?


Between Cross Hands and Carmarthen.

National Botanic Garden of Wales
Middleton Hall
Llanarthne
Carmarthenshire
SA32 8HN

google.co.uk/map…=en

Sign-posted from the A48 and easy to find.
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30% Off Everything at the Swansea City FC Club Shop - Online & In-store
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Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
From Wednesday, December 20 to Saturday, December 23, the Swans are offering 30 per cent off everything in their city centre and Liberty Stadium club shops. For online shoppers, … Read more
Teznicholls2 h, 23 m ago

Sad times (again) 😓😓


But on the plus side bagged a few bargains from this so my own Jack Army will be happy on Christmas day 🎅🎅🎅
Pinman21 m ago

Don't get me started on the team please


Sad times (again) 😓😓
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asl97916 m ago

sorry, slightly insensitive of me. Shocking penalty decision the other day …sorry, slightly insensitive of me. Shocking penalty decision the other day though.



Lol it's ok. Decisions like that seem to happen almost every game in the PL nowadays.

Oh well at least there'll be more Swans games for me to enjoy (hopefully!) in the Championship next season
Pinman2 m ago

Don't get me started on the team please



sorry, slightly insensitive of me. Shocking penalty decision the other day though.
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Don't get me started on the team please
Wales (Home) & Northern Ireland (Home) Kids (2-4) replica Football Shirt 2016 - £5 @ JD Sports (Free C&C)
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Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
Just seen these whilst having a quick browse in the clearance. Just these 2 at £5 currently (Scotland Away OOS). Still, i thought not bad for a fiver. Go to Deal for Northern Ire… Read more
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Just ordered 2 pairs of Scotland shorts for my son for £4.00 saved £40.00 thanks op
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JD Wetherspoon’s pubs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be cutting the price of all food and drink by 7.5 per cent on Wednesday 20 September.
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Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
A heads-up that JDW will be knocking off 7.5% from all food and drink prices on Wednesday 20th September 2017 as part of their campaign on fairer VAT pricing.
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schnide8 m ago

Jimbo, I'm getting worried about you. Are you okay? Are you so rich and …Jimbo, I'm getting worried about you. Are you okay? Are you so rich and drunk on power from "taking back control" than you've transcended us normal folk? We could really do with your help:https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/13/nhs-ambulance-staff-quit-brexit-eu27You know the NHS which was already suffering as it was? Under the Tory government who's implementing Brexit for everyone? Well it's getting even worse see. People are actually dying as a result. Maybe you have a solution? Could you ask Farage?I'd really appreciate it mate. Cheers Jimbo, love to you and yours.


Should join the new debate going on....
jimbo2326th Oct 2017

Yes,https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/03/29/attitudes-brexit-everything-we-know-so-far/If you think things are going to be hunky dory if Brexit were ever blockaded then you are deluded. The country on which the modern world founded most of their democratic values, had a democratic vote which was overturned. Doesnt really send a good message out does it?


Jimbo, I'm getting worried about you. Are you okay? Are you so rich and drunk on power from "taking back control" than you've transcended us normal folk? We could really do with your help:

theguardian.com/soc…u27

You know the NHS which was already suffering as it was? Under the Tory government who's implementing Brexit for everyone? Well it's getting even worse see. People are actually dying as a result. Maybe you have a solution? Could you ask Farage?

I'd really appreciate it mate. Cheers Jimbo, love to you and yours.
jimbo2326th Oct

So history tells us it was 2007 - 2008, but no, you're right of course.I …So history tells us it was 2007 - 2008, but no, you're right of course.I didn't vote to become poorer. 52% of the UK voted because they obviously weren't feeling any benefit of being in the EU.We voted for change, which obviously we knew would be a rough ride at the start. But hey, you know, most people I knew who emigrated to Australia had a rough time at the start, now they are living the dream.


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Here's more of that rough ride at the start.

Looking forward to hearing where the good news will be coming from Jimbo. Show us that silver lining.
jimbo2326th Oct

Yes,https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/03/29/attitudes-brexit-everything-we-know-so-far/If you think things are going to be hunky dory if Brexit were ever blockaded then you are deluded. The country on which the modern world founded most of their democratic values, had a democratic vote which was overturned. Doesnt really send a good message out does it?


Hi Jimbo. Really hope you're well. I've just seen the following:

theguardian.com/pol…ion

..and just wanted to know if this is the new, majestic Britain you voted for that we all have to live with? Since you're so confident about how amazing everything is going to be, even though this is just the tip of the iceberg of sh*t we're going to hit in a few years, I'm really looking forward to all those signs everything is in fact going to be okay.

I'm ready when you are Jimbo. Please don't go all quiet. You were so vocal before.
jimbo2326th Oct

Yes,https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/03/29/attitudes-brexit-everything-we-know-so-far/If you think things are going to be hunky dory if Brexit were ever blockaded then you are deluded. The country on which the modern world founded most of their democratic values, had a democratic vote which was overturned. Doesnt really send a good message out does it?


Things aren't looking great, unfortunately. It's almost like the UK was thinking it could severely punch above its weight in dealing with one of the biggest political unions on the planet:

theguardian.com/pol…eal

Still looking forward to hearing your answers to all of the above Jim. You wanted this for all of us, after all.

Genuinely, all the best to you and yours. Hope to hear from you soon.
Free CADW events in Wales on Saturday 23rd September 2017
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Found 26th Aug 2017Found 26th Aug 2017
Take a peek inside some of the most interesting building throughout Wales this September! Many ‘unseen gems’ that are not usually open to the public along with very well know… Read more
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Nice work mate, thanks.
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Wadadli_Cooler29 m ago

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every …Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.



Hope this link works google.co.uk/map…4b1 I've also added a screenshot 31806103-AHanZ.jpg
Edited by: "iwannamotorbike" 26th Aug 2017
Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.
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srp1113 h, 33 m ago

Join cssc and cadw and English heritage free all the time



Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.
Thanks. Will be a nice day out
Legends and Myths from Wales - North Wales Free on Kindle
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Found 17th Jul 2017Found 17th Jul 2017
Something to read while enjoying the seasonal pouring down of rain perhaps? The author has a few other freebies (and also some paid) in the same series.
Well I did have a comment about sheep and was deleted.

Simply:
Chapter 1; the sheep that liked it.
Chapter 2; the sheep that didn't like it.

And was removed meanies. Do love Wales though, very enjoyable when I get sent there for work.

In Scotland this week, but Glasgow is kinda boring. Same as any other student town (apart from comedy clubs and fringe festival)
There's a myth about Kindness and Manners occasionally being spotted about the place. Lol
rvcshart3 h, 7 m ago

Since when did huk start removing comical replies? Sheep is hardly racist, …Since when did huk start removing comical replies? Sheep is hardly racist, I'm half Welsh. 90% of my family is Welsh...It's hardly the most offending thing we've seen on huk...




I think the sheep complained.
Looks interesting. Cheers op.
Baaaaa
FREE BUS TRAVEL IN WALES AT WEEKENDS
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05/05/2018Expires on 05/05/2018Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Free weekend bus travel for everyone on TrawsCymru from now (July 2017) until May 2018 as part of a Welsh Government pilot to stimulate bus use The pilot, which will apply to all … Read more
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Awesome just seen this will use to get to Barmouth. thanks
118luke

Scotland Get Free Prescriptions and UniversityWales Gets free bus … Scotland Get Free Prescriptions and UniversityWales Gets free bus Travel,What do England and NI get?(Not a dig - I'm Glad that Welsh residents are getting a good freebie. Wish the rest of the Kingdom were too!)



Do ewe mean to say ewe are jealous ?
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I understand that over 60's in Scotland also get free bus travel any and … I understand that over 60's in Scotland also get free bus travel any and every day of the week! Just saying!!


As we do in Wales. This is why this offer is better for Under 60's as we oldies already got free bus travel.
Northerndave

Being English this really annoys me that my taxes go to subsidise … Being English this really annoys me that my taxes go to subsidise Wales/Scotland/N Irelands free giveaways, yet we get nothing.


Well, this is only England, but personally I'd think about where to really be angry at: London gets £5426 per capita public money spent on infrastructure

Somehow doubt we can scratch that even if it is free every weekend.
118luke

Scotland Get Free Prescriptions and UniversityWales Gets free bus … Scotland Get Free Prescriptions and UniversityWales Gets free bus Travel,What do England and NI get?(Not a dig - I'm Glad that Welsh residents are getting a good freebie. Wish the rest of the Kingdom were too!)



Northerndave

Being English this really annoys me that my taxes go to subsidise … Being English this really annoys me that my taxes go to subsidise Wales/Scotland/N Irelands free giveaways, yet we get nothing.



Came here just to find two comments like this

Insert gratuitous happy "because he gets free bus a weekend" sheep picture here
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£30pppn with Real Family Holidays PLUS 10% off bookings for Pembrokeshire
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If you're looking for an outdoors holiday for the family and getting close-up with nature, these are great and affordable. Full board and activities included. 10% off bookings for … Read more
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thanks OP, sounds like a nice outdoor Family trip, will have a look
Code works for other sites aswell!
Says a lot about this site when a 20 pack or quavers has a higher rating than a cheap night away with the family!
We did one last year in Surrey and had a great time. Recommended.
Oo, looks interesting, going to take a look. Thanks op.
Sail to Ireland for £2 each way with Stenaline Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare
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Found 16th Mar 2017Found 16th Mar 2017
WHAT'S THE DEAL? £2 single foot passenger fare Valid for travel from Holyhead to Dublin or Fishguard to Rosslare Travel up to 15 December Book by 18 March 2017 … Read more
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take a train up to Conway or Bangor. more in dublin than in holyhead!
GlentoranMark

So what is there to do in Holyhead?



Nothing it's an absolute dump
jrandrews72

Not much. But from there you can go to Snowdonia or Llandudno



Holyhead is a hell of a long way from Llandudno -
brannett

Stay well away from Temple Bar for a taste of real Dublin instead of … Stay well away from Temple Bar for a taste of real Dublin instead of ersatz-diddly-di-di .... full of drunken stags and hen parties....avoid at all costs...ohhh and it'll be much cheaper if you find a proper pub nearby like Mulligans on Poolbeg Street or The Long Hall or Grogans![img]http://img2.thejournal.ie/inline/1586623/original/?width=375&version=1586623[/img]



​Totally agree!
We stayed in Dublin for four nights.
Spoke to a local, older chap in the market on our first day and asked for the best pubs, places to see and where to eat.
We had a fabulous time, saw lots of interesting places, including a short but beautiful train trip to a lovely little place on the coast called Howth. There were seals in the harbour!
We bought a multi ride bus ticket to get around and the buses were as frequent as any other large city I've visited.
Also had one of the best Chinese meals I have ever eaten in Dublin Chinatown!
It can be as expensive or as cheap as you make it. We had a amazing break
Worth noting Liverpool to Belfast is £5 each way too. It's over 6 hrs and you can fly in 40 mins though and the train will cost me more to get from Cheshire to Liverpool.
50% off New South Wales Rugby League Training Shirt @ Hull KR Shop
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New South Wales rugby league training top in small and medium. RRP £40 The State of Origin series is the annual best-of-three Australian rugby league football match series betwee… Read more
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I put one in my basket went to pay and said it's not available! Dosent surprised me from a KR shop!
All money goes towards helping a championship team too.
Good price.
FREE GOLF TICKETS (with code) SSE Enterprise Welsh Senior Open 3- 5 June 2016
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***Get free tickets for the SSE Enterprise Welsh Senior Open at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport on 3- 5 June 2016. Enter promo code SSEC16 to claim your tickets.*** The Wales … Read more
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rollin182

Fantastic! Thanks for posting +heat


No worries! Thanks
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Boz

​I can't think of one seems a great post to me. Heat


Cheers Boz
Fantastic! Thanks for posting +heat
Ralphio1

Any reason for voting cold???



​I can't think of one seems a great post to me. Heat
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Any reason for voting cold???
FREE Genology Resources (Ancestry / Findmypast) available for all Welsh Library customers @ Welsh Libraries
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Unsure if this is national. Received email from my local library service which said.... Did you know you can access Family history resources in libraries in Wales? There are libra… Read more
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