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Known as Britain’s breathing spaces, house prices in national parks are on average almost £128,000 more expensive than equivalent properties in surrounding counties…..click to read blog…2 min read.

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St Elizabeth Hospice Midnight Walk 2020

We are excited to announce that we are teaming up again with the lovely folks at St Elizabeth Hospice as their 🌟Headline Sponsors🌟 for next years’ 14th annual Midnight Walk!! The Midnight Walk is the St Elizabeth Hospice’s flagship sponsored walk through the outskirts...

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Helping to Buy

The Help to Buy Scheme has increased home ownership and housing supply. The scheme was in April 2013 to increase both home ownership and boost housing supply, by helping people to get mortgages and thereby, create more new-build homes……

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Shopping is Child’s Play

As the decline of the UK’s once-bustling high streets continues to be a concern, research from Nationwide Building Society reveals a quarter of children (26%) don’t even know what one is. But the resounding message is clear – children value the experience of shopping...

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Hope over reality

New research from AIG Life reveals 18.3 million people are living with what it has termed 'illness denial', as they are failing to accept they are at risk of disease or developing a serious medical condition in their lifetime. More than half (54 per cent) of people...

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Holiday Dependents

Two in five (42%) grandparents were relied upon to provide childcare during the school holidays, according to new research by Lloyds Bank….

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Home Movers

The number of people moving home increased for the first time in three years in the first half of 2019. There were 160,540 home-movers in the first half of 2019, up by 810 (1%) compared with the same period in 2018 according to analysis by Lloyds Banking Group……

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Pensioner Power

Did you know that each person in the UK spent on average around £2 a week buying plants and flowers last year – 15 per cent more than at the turn of the century……

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