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Monthly Archives: July 2012

  • Caravan site owners call for lay-by parking restrictions
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Caravan insurance customers planning a trip to west Cornwall may be interested to hear about calls that have been made to tighten parking restrictions in the area. Local campsite owners in Marazion have called for action to be taken to prevent individuals from camping in their mobile homes in lay-bys, the BBC reports. Although, individuals partaking in the practice are … More

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  • Oxford council considering cycle safety schemes
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • New proposals being considered by Oxford City Council may result in the reduction of cycle insurance claims in the city. The Oxford Mail reports how the local authority is looking for ways to make the city safer for its bikers. One suggestion is to install two cycle lanes under Botley Road railway bridge, but the project would cost £15,000 and … More

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  • Road to caravan site closed following 2 car crash
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Holiday makers attempting to travel to a caravan park in Southport may have been stuck in traffic following a car crash on a coastal road. Two vehicles were involved in the incident which occurred by Willowbank Caravan Park on Friday night (July 27th), the Southport Visitor reports. A blue Ford Focus Zetec and a silver Ford C-Max Zetec collided at … More

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  • Rowing club receives kayak donation
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A rowing club may need to invest in kayak insurance after it was presented with a brand new ultra-modern boat. The News Post Leader reports how the chairman of local electronics firm Tynetec Tony Platten donated the craft to Cambois Rowing Club. A double scull carbon fibre boat was given to the organisation at a presentation company, with Mr Patten … More

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  • Police hunt vandals who damaged boat
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A boat insurance claim may need to be made by the owner of a vessel that has been damaged by vandals. Two men damaged a craft that was moored on the riverside under Novi Sad Millennium Bridge in Wherry Road, the Norwich Evening News reports. Police are investigating the incident after a member of the public reported seeing the individuals … More

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  • Low heels ‘best for wedding shoes’
  • 31 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • Brides that have invested in wedding insurance and are now thinking about what footwear to wear on their big day may be interested in one expert's advice. In an interview with the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Journal Sentinel Dr Jacqueline Sutera of the American Podiatric Medial Association explained how many women opt for style over comfort. However, this can leave brides … More

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  • Stricken boat towed to shore by RNLI
  • 30 July 2012 | 0 Comments
  • A boat insurance claim may need to be made for costly repairs to a vessel that got into trouble of the coast of Beachy Head. The BBC reports how a 37ft cruiser ran aground on submerged rocks after its engine failed and the crew lost control. Eastbourne Royal National Lifeboat Institute's (RNLI) emergency craft had to be deployed to help … More

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