Travel
7 December 2018 5 of the best UK vineyards to visit

There was a time when British wine was the laughing stock of the wine world, but times have changed. With more than 700 in the UK, from the Channel Islands to the Outer Hebrides, what better way is there to find out more about our domestic wine than to visit a vineyard?

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Finance
7 December 2018 How to claim for pothole damage

Potholes are the bane of a motorist’s life – one bump and you can wave goodbye to several hundred pounds as well as having the inconvenience of spending time and energy getting your car back up and running safely. But did you know that it might be possible to get your money back?

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Home
5 December 2018 Quick guide to affordable energy

At this time of year, we all rely on gas and electricity to keep our homes warm and comfortable. However, energy bills are often a worry as it can feel like the cost only ever goes up. Our colleagues from the Oddfellows Citizens Advice Line explain how you can potentially save money on energy bills.

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Society
29 November 2018 Educational Award winners 2018

Congratulations to this year’s set of bright young things who’ve each been awarded an Oddfellows Educational Award, providing them with extra financial support to pursue their dream careers.

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Culture
15 October 2018 Five perfect page turners, plus the chance to win one!

We’re giving you the lowdown on the top five best-selling books of 2018 so far, according to High Street book seller WHSmith. And to celebrate the wonders of reading, we’re giving away a copy of the best-selling book so far, Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. *T&Cs apply.

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20 November 2018

Getting your green fingers on an allotment

Whether you’re a green-fingered guru or hardly know your onions from your shallots, having an allotment can be a wonderful way to relax. But how do you go around getting one?

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Health
11 October 2018 Quick Guide to Dementia Support

Alzheimer’s Society research found that dementia is one of the most feared and misunderstood health conditions. Often, the implications of living with dementia are either overestimated or underestimated and assumptions are made that it is not possible to live independently with the condition.

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Lifestyle
2 October 2018 BLOG: Five ways to keep your friendship strong

You’ve probably spent hours discussing the meaning of life, chuckled at the thought of your favourite pastimes, and shared details about yourself you never thought you would. And, while our friends may frustrate us at times, you’ve come to the conclusion that you couldn’t live without them.

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