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Monthly Archives: September 2011

  • RSPCA warns owners about keeping dogs in hot cars
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pet insurance customers have been warned not to keep their dogs in hot cars with the prospect of one of the hottest ever October days looming this weekend. Forecasters are warning that temperatures could reach as high as 28 or 29 degrees C and dog insurance customers are advised not to leave their pooches unattended. The RSPCA has reiterated its … More

  • BBC’s Jeremy Vine helps raise £54,000 for Ride High
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Equine insurance customers in Milton Keynes were joined by BBC's Jeremy Vine at the Ride High Ball recently to help raise £54,000 for the charity. Mr Vine hosted the evening which was held at Stadium MK and more than 400 guests attended, including the mayor of Milton Keynes Iain Stewart. £39,000 was raised from activities at the Ball and another … More

  • BBC’s Jeremy Vine helps raise £54,000 for Ride High
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Equine insurance customers in Milton Keynes were joined by BBC's Jeremy Vine at the Ride High Ball recently to help raise £54,000 for the charity. Mr Vine hosted the evening which was held at Stadium MK and more than 400 guests attended, including the mayor of Milton Keynes Iain Stewart. £39,000 was raised from activities at the Ball and another … More

  • Cyclist plans to ride equivalent height of Everest
  • 30 September 2011 | 0 Comments
  • A businessman who plans to ride the equivalent height of Everest may require cycle insurance before getting on his bike. Mike Blair told the Matlock Mercury how he intends to tour Derbyshire, pedalling 350 miles in seven days and ascending at least 2,9029 feet in the process. The Deli owner explained how he is hoping to raise awareness for Darley … More

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  • Man appeals for information about missing oboe
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • One man may be hoping a public appeal will help save him from claiming on his instrument insurance after he left his rare oboe in a taxi. Dom Kelly of Thornton Heath, told Your Local Guardian how the hand-crafted item is one of only four in the world. The professional musician lost the instrument as he returned home from recording … More

  • Neighbourhood watch scheme welcomes 500th member
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pet insurance customers in Merton, Greater London, have rallied around to support its neighbourhood watch scheme for dog walkers. The group, which has just celebrated reaching 500 members, was started just four months ago. The scheme allows the borough's dog walkers to get involved with community concerns and provide useful information that helps make their local area cleaner and safer. … More

  • Disabled carriage drivers embark on epic charity ride
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Equine insurance policyholders might be looking to try and support a group of carriage drivers who are embarking on an epic charity ride from the Scottish borders to Birmingham in just 13 days. The drive is being led by competition and display carriage driver Amanda Saville and the group aims to ride 60 miles a day during the journey.  Sports … More

  • Pet owners should be on ‘lookout for unexplained weight loss’
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pet insurance owners have been advised to be on the lookout for unexplained weight loss in their cats as it could be a signifier for intestinal cancer. As well as weight loss, vomiting and diarrhoea could also be associated with the disease. Research from the MU College of Veterinary Medicine suggested that most cancer found in cats was located in … More

  • Picnics beat service station snacks among over-50s
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pensioners planning on renewing their caravan insurance and embarking on a holiday may be among those who pack a picnic before driving long distances. New research carried out by Saga Motor Insurance revealed that a large number of over-50s are shunning service stations in order to enjoy tastier snacks. A poll found that 63 per cent of this age group … More

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  • Fines to be issued to dangerous sailors
  • 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Boat insurance may not be the only outgoing for individuals who are caught breaking the rules at Salcombe Harbour. The port's master Ian Gibson told the Kingsbridge and Salcombe Gazette how safety is his primary concern and any fines will be administered to those who fail to take sufficient care and attention. His comments followed the recent prosecution of two … More

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