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Monthly Archives: June 2012

  • Angling centre presented with Queen’s Award
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A fishing centre in Wraysbury has been honoured for its work in the sport with the presentation of a special Queen Award for Voluntary Service. Get Reading has told how Angling Projects was founded by Les Webber, 74, nearly four decades ago and has gone on to help thousands of young people get interested in fishing. Its aim is to … More

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  • Anglers prepare for fishing contest
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A prestigious fishing competition will take place in Wales this weekend, with competitors from around the country set to take part. The Malcolm Lloyd Memorial Shield is scheduled for Sunday (July 1st) and will be hosted at Swansea Breakwater from 14:30 BST, reports the South Wales Evening Post. Significant prize funds have been put up, with the winner due to … More

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  • Caravan community watch scheme launched in Weardale
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Crime at mobile home sites in Weardale has been halved thanks to a scheme introduced to combat theft. The Northern Echo reports how caravan insurance claims may have been reduced after a local policing team helped introduce a successful community project. Caravan Watch was formed after an increase in anti-social behaviour, criminal damage and theft at parks across the area. … More

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  • Una Healy prepares to wed Ben Foden
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • The Saturdays star Una Healy is said to be preparing for her imminent nuptials with fiance Ben Foden. The singer is likely to be hoping the weather stays fine and dry this weekend so she is not forced to make a wedding insurance claim. According to reports, Healy will tie the knot with her long-term love tomorrow (June 30th) at … More

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  • Police hunting caravan vandals
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A caravan insurance claim may need to be made by the owners of a mobile home that was broken into. The Chelmsford Weekly News reports how vandals ransacked the property when it was left unoccupied at a site in Beeleigh Road, Maldon. Maldon town councillor John Bunkell's company Kellbun were using the caravan while based on the land, where work … More

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  • Study finds 1 in 4 festival-goers lose valuables
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Investing in camping insurance may be a wise move before attending a festival this summer, as one in four have to replace valuable items after such an event. This is according to new research from Halifax Home Insurance that revealed thousands of music lovers are forced to replace belongings that have been lost or stolen at festivals. Digital cameras, designer … More

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  • Cycle injuries highest since records began
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A campaign has been launched to try and improve cycling safety following new figures that show a rise in the number of biking injuries. Statistics from Transport for London revealed the number of accidents involving cyclists in the last year is the highest since 2006, the London Evening Standard reports. There were 555 serious injuries to cyclists, which is up … More

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  • Caravan coastal erosion guidance launched
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Holiday parks affected by coastal erosion are set to be given help and advice on how to deal with the problem. East Riding councillor Jane Evison told the Hull Daily Mail the local authority intends to put together some information about erosion, with certain hotspots the key focus. "We want to make sure site owners are preparing. There may be … More

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  • Hikers ‘should always use a compass and map’
  • 29 June 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Investing in camping insurance may not be the only wise move ahead of a trekking adventure this summer. Olly Pemberton, product executive at Exodus (www.exodus.co.uk), explained how learning to use a compass and read a map is vital before embarking on a remote hike. "Weather can be extremely unforgiving in the mountains and can suddenly turn for the worse without … More

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