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Where’s the Cheapest Place in the UK for a Pint?

30 September 2015

The results are in and according to the latest statistics from the Good Pub Guide 2016, the average price of a British pint is now £3.46. This means punters are paying 15% more than last year’s figures. And this is despite the fact that over the past 12 months beer duty has significantly dropped. Overall,…

Holiday Hacks: Getting the Best Deal

27 September 2015

Holidaying is a longstanding British tradition, whether it’s escaping to the sunny shores of Spain, skiing in the Alps or jetting off further afield to explore Australia, Asia and beyond. Of course, most Brits always take budgets into account and whatever the destination, the more savings you make when booking the trip, the more cash…

The Best Local Markets for Traders

17 September 2015

Being successful as a market trader is all about finding the right location. Local markets are great for finding business in your industry as many are categorised, so if you sell vintage items or fresh fish, you’ll be selling to the right crowd. However, sometimes it’s also worth travelling a bit further afield to display…

Bond’s Best Wheels

14 September 2015

The James Bond franchise is famous for two things – Bond girls and Bond cars. The next instalment of 007 is set for release later in the year, titled Spectre, and it has already generated a lot of excitement in the film and motor community. The trailer shows Bond driving an Aston Martin DB10, and…

How to Boost Your Catering Business

11 September 2015

A catering business doesn’t run itself, whether it’s a mobile burger van or a bespoke event catering company. There is lots of competition in the catering industry, so even if you’ve invested heavily in high quality produce and five star service, you’ll have to fight for your business. Nevertheless, there are some tips which can…

The UK’s Worst Floods

04 September 2015

In recent years, parts of the UK have experienced devastating floods which have cost people their homes, businesses and livelihoods. With some communities left underwater for over a month, last year the Treasury announced £2.3bn was to be invested in flood defences to protect homes. More than 1,400 flood defence projects received funding to try…