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Top 5 Green Festivals in 2020

Every year we’re offered an exciting selection of festivals to choose from around the world. Avid festival goers and music lovers will have their own personal favourites, with tickets selling out almost instantly.

Caravan conversions that made travel dreams come true

Caravan conversions that made travel dreams come true

Plenty of us have fond memories of tuning in to Pimp My Ride after school to watch some feel-good tales of old bangers being polished up to impossibly fantastic automotive heights.

Britain’s best, unusual off-grid Airbnbs

The UK is awash with stunning destinations. However, finding equally stunning accommodation can be difficult. Alongside the 4,000 something strong army of Olympians which descended upon London in 2012, another big arrival was occurring.

The future looks bright for Cumbria: Thoughts from The Inn Collection

Cumbria is a stunning part of the world, with the vast expanse of the Lake District providing countless panoramic views. The county itself is a vibrant hub for history, heritage, and regional exports.

How to get the most days of annual leave in 2020

Most UK employees are entitled to 25 days of annual leave, as well as bank holidays. With this in mind, preparing ahead of time can prove beneficial when it comes to maximising your annual leave.

Top train travelling tips

A report by the Trade Union Congress in 2018 discovered that Brits are spending almost five times more on train travel than their European counterparts.

How to get a career in the Snowsports industry

Have you ever imagined yourself in a job that’s a little bit different from your everyday office gig? Perhaps you’re seeking a change in career and have been looking for something more adventurous?

Can Britain win a Grand Slam in 2020?

All things told it's been a rather glum 12 months for tennis in Britain with very little for the nation to shout about. That is starting to change with Andy Murray getting back to full fitness but as for performances in the Grand Slams, well, the less said the better sadly.

How are pubs adapting to meet the needs of a developing wedding industry?

How are pubs adapting to meet the needs of a developing wedding industry?

Nowadays, not everyone imagines themselves marrying in the traditional grand estate grounds or country house setting, and over the years, weddings have increasingly broken away from convention.

Checklist to check before you go on a vacation

Checklist to check before you go on a vacation

For most people, a vacation means a period when you can be away from your 9-to-5 job and routine life.

Getting summer-ready: How to prepare for caravan trips

The caravan holiday, has in recent years, seen an astronomical boom in popularity. So much so, around 550,000 Brits each year set off in a caravan or motorhome in search of the perfect place to pitch up and relax.

Child-friendly walks in the UK

The summer is on its way and so too, hopefully, is the sunshine! When the temperatures rise and the weather warms, there is sometimes nothing better than to hit the open road and breath in the fresh air of the countryside.

How can you travel in luxury?

Whether it’s car rental for a business trip, or relaxing to the max on your summer holiday, extra comfort is high on the agenda for many.

Brits getting stung abroad by pricey sun-cream fees

British holidaymakers are being stung by pricey sun-cream fees abroad, with the cost of buying all the bottles they need while away potentially rising to over £100 for a family of four.

Packing for Your Sailing Holiday? Don’t Go Overboard!

Packing for Your Sailing Holiday? Don’t Go Overboard!

Your booking has been confirmed and you’re counting off the days until you cast off and set sail on your holiday. However, as a first-time sailor, you might be worried about what you should take with you. Before you start, you should choose the right luggage.