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Monthly Archives: August 2011

  • Hackney’s dog insurance customers alerted to proposed restrictions
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • The Kennel Club has urged dog insurance policyholders in Hackney to ensure they make their views heard regarding the local authority's proposals to introduce canine control restrictions. Hackney Council is considering banning dogs from being off their leads in certain areas and allowing officers to order some walkers to put their pooches back on a tether when they deem it … More

  • Young horse enthusiast has book published
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Equine insurance customers looking for some reading material may want to consider checking out the first novel written by ten-year-old Scarlett Taylor. The horse enthusiast decided to write a story about her favourite pastime, which chronicles the tale of a group of troublemakers who are sent to learn how to ride, reports BBC News. According to the youngster's mother Alison … More

  • RSCPA highlights diversity of its work through tweet-a-thon
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pet insurance customers may be interested to learn that the RSPCA is running a tweet-a-thon today (August 3rd) to highlight the wide range of situations it deals with. Run by inspector Tony Woodley, the charity's communications and liaison officer, the event is expected to raise awareness of the work done by staff at the organisation. "Feedback on Twitter has been … More

  • Equine insurance customers leasing horses ‘need loan agreements’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Brits who are planning to loan one of their animals to a fellow equine insurance policyholder need to ensure that they put together a written agreement before handing over their animal. This is according to Ali Cann, founder of the group Missing Horses on Loan, who noted that the police cannot be relied on to recover missing creatures. She told … More

  • Dogs Trust opens eco-friendly centre
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Prospective dog insurance customers who are considering adopting a pooch may want to visit the new Dogs Trust facility in Shropshire. The establishment has been developed with environmentally-friendly principals in mind and it features a biomass boiler, solar panels and grass roof, reports BBC News. According to chief executive of the charity Clarissa Baldwin, the aim in creating a comfortable … More

  • Traditional suits ‘popular with grooms’
  • 2 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Grooms-to-be looking to invest in wedding insurance may be interested to hear about the latest fashions for men who are planning to tie the knot. Belinda Hanks, editor of Confetti.co.uk, described how the traditional look is proving popular with many men. "Grooms today tend to either go down the dapper route … something very smart and well to do, or … More

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  • Music ‘can help those with depression’
  • 2 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Individuals suffering from depression may want to invest in musical insurance and take up an instrument, following claims listening to tunes can brighten a person's mood. Pauline Etkin, chief executive officer at music charity Nordoff Robbins, described how music therapy can "re-motivate and energise" people experiencing the condition. She claimed this form of treatment can have a "key role" in … More

  • Golf fashion ‘steadily improving’
  • 2 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Golf insurance customers may agree with one expert's comments that the sport's fashion trends are "slowly improving". Sean Hotchkiss, founder of the Khaki Crusader, claimed that golfers "aren’t exactly known for their taste levels". However, it was suggested that things are improving as exposure to social media and fashion industry happenings become widespread via the internet. The expert claimed that … More

  • Golf insurance ‘brings peace of mind’
  • 2 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Worldwide golf insurance will give players peace of mind when they travel abroad with their clubs. This is according to editor of Golfmagic.com Bob Warters, who explained that a policy will cover people for loss or damage to their equipment, as well as delays that lead to a pre-paid tee-time being missed. Not only will golf insurance take care of … More

  • Club announces 1,500th Certificated Site
  • 2 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Caravan insurance customers may be interested to hear that one organisation has been celebrating the addition of its 1,500th holiday park. The Camping and Caravanning Club has announced that Dyfed Shire Horse Farm in Pembrokeshire has become its latest Certificated Site. Exempted camping manager for the Club Damien Field said: "We are delighted to have achieved this milestone, which means … More

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