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11
Jan

Planning on celebrating Burn’s Night? Here’s our handy guide…

Burn’s Night falls on Monday 25th January this year but that won’t stop the celebrations taking place. If you’re looking for a night with a Scottish flair and great atmosphere, then check out our handy guide so that you can celebrate Scotland’s national treasure in style. So what is Burn’s Night? Burn’s Night is typically...
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09
Dec

Book a treat, win a treat with TreatNOW!

We featured Sara Hill, the founder of TreatNOW, in our Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs section in September and she has been overwhelmed at how many of you have read it. She said “It’s great to be a part of this amazing community of women”. To say thank you, TreatNOW has teamed up with one of their luxury...
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01
Dec

Ski review: Last-minute holiday to the French Alps | Sara Dawson

What: les Deux Alpes Location: A resort in the French Alpes, made up of villages Vénosc and Mont-de-Lans, joined by a 2km strip of bars, hotels and shops How: Grenoble is the nearest airport; transfer time 2.5 hours Why go: Breathtaking scenery, some of the best après ski in France, good for families and beginners...
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29
Oct

I did it. I got out of Dodge…

How many times a day do we see articles on getting out of your comfort zone, step out of your circle, quit the rat race etc.  They are all over the place, newspapers, self-help books and on websites. One day, on the way to a meeting, I stepped out of Bank tube station and stood...
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19
Oct

Celebrate Bonfire Night in the capital, this November

Remember, remember the fifth of November – the night that no one could possible forget! Bonfire Night, Fireworks Night or Guy Fawkes Night is the annual celebration that traditionally marks the end of Guy Fawkes’ plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605. Over the years, people have commemorated the day by letting...
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16
Oct

Why should kids get all the fun? Adult-friendly Halloween ideas!

Here at WATC, we may be too old to still go trick or treating now but that doesn’t mean we can’t get involved with the Halloween fun. We have compiled our list of the perfectly paranormal and scarily spooky events to keep you occupied on All Hallows Eve. Eeerie Evening Tours at Kensington Palace Kensington...
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01
Oct

Discover Britain ǀ Unusual and wonderful hotels across the UK

Many of us will or are going to spend our annual holidays abroad in the guaranteed sunshine. But you could be missing so much of our own British charm. Our Discover Britain series will bring to you the unique and wonderful discoveries around the UK, and aim to show you that our isles have so...
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21
Sep

Budapest, a tale of two cities, by Carolyn Pearson

Buda and Pest, once two contrasting cities laying opposite each other across the river Danube, merged in the 1870’s to form what we know today as the Hungarian capital of Budapest. The personalities remain today with noble buildings like the Hapsburg palace perched high on the hilltops of the former Buda from which one can...
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