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It’s Autumn – A Great Time to Have Wardrobe De-Clutter

Posted on: October 13, 2020

Autumn is here and we start to look forward to Halloween and crisp walks through the leaves. One of the best autumn activities is having a wardrobe clear out – as the seasons change, sorting and updating your wardrobe is a good thing to do at this time of the year. Once it is done, you can treat yourself to some up to date fashions like these mens designer clothes. The first thing to do…

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How Multiple Sclerosis Causes Damage to the Body

Posted on: September 18, 2020

MS or Multiple Sclerosis is a disease which can cause a wide range of symptoms. The reason for this is that it varies from person to person which part of the body is first affected by the illness, which in turn will affect what symptoms the person will have. The reason that MS has such a wide variety of symptoms is because it is an illness affecting the nervous system. It is caused by the…

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The Main Reasons Why You Should Book a Coach Holiday

Posted on: September 16, 2020

If you are thinking about booking a coach holiday with your family this year, the main reason that you should be doing so is because it is a great way to enjoy some amazing holiday experiences with your loved ones. The great thing about them is that there is no need to worry about whether you are getting a good value for money as there is plenty of research that you can do to ensure…

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What is the Best Christmas Present for a Dog?

Posted on: September 2, 2020

If you are looking to buy a special treat for your dog, you have several options when it comes to what is the best Christmas gift for a dog. There are many different things that you can purchase as a gift for your beloved dog. This article will help you understand what the best Christmas present for a dog is and help you choose the perfect present for your dog to enjoy every single day…

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Keeping your home warm in winter

Posted on: August 6, 2020

We are in the midst of summer and a summer like no other that we have seen, whether some of the pandemic lockdown measures are still in places across the country. More and more people are settling into the new normal as we head towards the latter part of the year. Image credit As the colder winter weather arrives most of us turn to our heating systems to keep us nice and warm at home.…

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What are the benefits of having a conservatory built onto your home?

Posted on: August 1, 2020

People may think that having a conservatory built onto an existing property is an expensive luxury with very little benefits BUT think again! Apart from the obvious benefit of having an extra room in your house you will have added approximately 5 % onto the value of your home which could add up to around £15,000!   Your individually designed conservatory will join your lounge to your garden and allows you to feel as though you’re…

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What to wear for an evening out on holiday

Posted on: June 2, 2020

Planning for a holiday can be headache inducing, thinking about all the different things that you  need to pack. Making sure that you don’t leave your mobile charger behind or leave your passports on the dining room table. Image Credit When it comes to packing your clothing, it can be difficult to choose what items you are going to take with you. To help you decide you should think about the activities that you are…

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Fun Facts about the MOT. Are there any?

Posted on: May 12, 2020

There are actually some very interesting and fun facts about the MOT or at least ones that might surprise you. The MOT came about when members of the cycling and pedestrian public were becoming extremely agitated by the fact that as cars were becoming more numerous and faster nothing was being done to check if they were fit to actually be on the road. The test came in in 1960, considering that the first car…

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Ever had the feeling that you need a little more from your data

Posted on: May 11, 2020

I don’t know about you but in this modern age I really feel that I should be getting more from my Data. Everyone wants it, everyone asks for it. Google  tracks you, Youtube keeps on basing what you might like to watch on what you’ve watched before, if you’ve ever bought a t-shirt off Amazon you’ll know that the bottom bar is going to keep on suggesting stuff you might like or, for some reason,…

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Interesting facts about Aluminium

Posted on: May 11, 2020

Aluminium is a metal that is used in a variety of different ways in many different industries. It can be shaped by using Bending Machines and can be found naturally throughout the world. If you are looking for ways in which you can bend and shape aluminium or any other metal you can Click here for bending machines that will do the job for you. Image Credit   Here are some interesting facts about Aluminium…

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The benefits of visiting heritage sites

Posted on: May 5, 2020

The organisation Historic England have found that when people visit places like historic villages, towns, ancient worship sites and places of archaeological interest, they enjoy the same beneficial effects on their blood pressure and general welfare as engaging in social sports activities. Image credit A study that took place at a London University was one of the first studies to establish the connection between mental health and heritage sites. This indicates that spending time at…

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The most expensive places to rent.

Posted on: April 30, 2020

You know when it’s time. You’ve had a promotion, you want to be nearer work, family or friends or you just fancy a change of scene. Whatever the situation you may have decided it’s time to move on to a new rental property. I wonder if any of these will be in your price range? One thing is for sure there will be some extensive Property condition assessment report software usage. Image credit A Park…

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Exploring Britain’s Secret Bunkers

Posted on: April 28, 2020

After the Second World War, a new threat started to loom over the World, that was capable of causing much more damage than any had before it. As the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the West started to become increasingly hostile, many countries, including Britain began to build top secret nuclear bunkers, to try to protect some of their citizens. Image Credit As the worry and paranoia started to increase, so did the…

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Traditional and practical gifts for men

Posted on: April 27, 2020

Do you have several men in your family or male friends that are notoriously difficult to buy gifts for?  Here are several ideas and suggestions that could help alleviate this issue. Obviously, everybody is different and what suits one man may not be practical for another, is he sporty, loves to do some Do It Yourself, or how about a good book for him to read?  What music does he enjoy, how about some new…

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Key facts about rubber injection moulding

Posted on: April 22, 2020

Rubber is used in both its natural and synthetic forms for a variety of uses across many industries. Whether this is for creating tyres or machinery parts the processes in which the items are made are often very similar. One such process that has allowed for the mass production of rubber items of all shapes and sizes is that of rubber injection moulding. Synthetic rubber tends to be used for this process as it can…

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