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25 February 2019 How to prepare your home for sale

If you’re thinking of downsizing now that younger family members have flown the nest, or you’ve retired and fancy a move to a new area, one thing can seem a massive hassle – getting your property ready for sale.

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24 January 2019 Gardens that give back

There’s a growing movement to make your garden much more than just a pretty space. Instead, the push is to turn it into an area that gives something back, to the local community or to the earth. It doesn’t matter how big your garden is or how much time you have to spare. Oddfellows reporter, Kathryn Donachie, has five ‘blooming great’ ideas to get you started.

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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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4 July 2018 How to make your garden cat friendly

There’s nothing nicer than hanging out in your garden with your feline friend. Whether your garden is big or small, unkempt or pristine, there are a number of ways that you can make the area more cat-friendly so that it becomes a place of fun – and sanctuary – for your pet.

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20 April 2018 Top 10 tips for a tidy life

Spring is always a great time for a clear out. If you recognise yourself as a bit of a hoarder, perhaps now is the time to do something about it and tackle your clutter.

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5 July 2017 DIY how to: shelves

Whether for your home or for the garden shed, with the right tools and attitude, putting up a shelf should be no problem even for the most inexperienced of DIYers.

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