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5 Tips To Throwing The Perfect Bonfire Party On A Budget

Centuries later, Guy Fawkes Night is still a beloved British day of celebration. But, let’s face it, while the United Kingdom celebrates that the plot against King James failed miserably, you do not want your bonfire party to have the same fate! Here are some quick tips to ensure that your bonfire party is a royal smash, even if you do not have King James’ budget. Plan Ahead If you plan ahead, then...

Keeping your youngsters entertained at weekends

Many mums and dads wonder how to occupy their young children at weekends. Try these five easy and cheap activities. Movie Night Even with discounted tickets it can be expensive to go to the cinema because you know the kids will be begging you for snacks, drink and popcorn! So have movie night at your own house. Make your own popcorn, buy some cheap drink and download a free film from one of the many free movie...

Balancing School and Work While in Six Form or College

Students entering six form or college often want a part time job. There are many things young adults need and want to buy. The problem is that education should always come first, and many jobs can get in the way of making good grades. If you want to work while attending school or college, just keep in mind these four tips so you can achieve both “financial” and “educational” success. Find a Job That...

Activities For Half-Term – Giving Instead of Receiving!

Half term holidays can be boring for children – or very expensive for parents trying to keep them entertained. Now might be just the time to instil into your youngsters the idea that giving can be just as enjoyable as receiving! By giving your time and effort as a volunteer during the half term holiday you can encourage your offspring to follow suit – and to embark on some worthwhile projects which may...

How to buy a holiday home on a budget

Every year, tens of thousands of people across the country enjoy the freedom of holiday home ownership with access to their own private caravan. Owning your own caravan holiday home means there’s no longer any need to plan and book ahead, as well as no taxis to the airport or hotel costs to consider. Simply pack your bags and step into the comforts of your new holiday home. With your own private caravan, you...

10 money saving night outs

As we head toward spring – people across the country are shaking off the cobwebs and heading out on the town. But as the recession bites – many people are left cash strapped after counting the cost of a night. Fear not – as we bring you the top ten money saving nights so you can hit the town without hitting your pocket. 1 – Night Clubs It might be a cliché but if there’s one thing us Brits...