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Caravan site receives award
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Caravan insurance customers may be interested to hear that a Camping and Caravanning certificated site has been presented with a top accolade. Trellyn Woodland Campsite in Haverfordwest has been named as the Best Campsite in Pembrokeshire by the local tourism board. The holiday park is one of the 1,400 destinations listed among the Club's small and privately run sites. Kevin … More

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Newlyweds plan 30 weddings across the world
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Overseas wedding insurance may be a wise investment for one couple who plan to tie the knot in 30 countries. Newlyweds Alex Pilling and Lisa Grant are not content having just one ceremony in their home city of Manchester, but instead want to relive their big day over and over again. The pair have embarked on a round-the-world trip that … More

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Thieves steal eight puppies from Wokingham homes
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A number of dog owners in Wokingham may have had to claim on their puppy insurance policies recently as thieves have made off with eight young animals. Two homes in the area have been targeted, although police have not yet confirmed if the incidents are linked, reports Get Wokingham. Sue Ramallo had a pair of puppies stolen from her litter … More

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Wrexham’s ‘train pony’ taken into care
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Pony insurance policyholders following the story of Ruby, the Wrexham pony spotted with her owner who tried to take her into a hospital, pub and even on a train, may be interested to learn the animal is thought to have been taken into care. The creature, which is believed to be pregnant, had been spotted unsupervised and untethered in what … More

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Horses bring a smile to autistic child
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A five-year-old who had never smiled has benefited from spending time with horses, equine insurance customers may be interested to learn. Dylan Underhill was brought to Heartshore Stables in the Cotswolds by his parent who had heard about the positive influence the animals can have on youngsters with autism, reports the Stroud News & Journal. His mother Natasha said it … More

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Record-breaking bomb detection dog scoops top Dogs Trust award
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Theo the Springer Spaniel has become the latest animal to win the Hero Dog award from Dogs Trust in recognition of his services detecting bombs and weapons in Afghanistan, dog insurance policyholders may be interested to learn. His story was well-publicised after the pooch passed away hours after his handler Lance Corporal Liam Tasker was killed in action. The canine … More

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Getting the right pet insurance ‘is critical’
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When shopping for pet insurance cover, it is vital that buyers consider carefully what they need from their policy before taking one out, according to a financial expert. Mike Powell, of financial research firm Defaqto, told the Daily Mirror that the consequences of not getting sufficient cover "can be severe". He asserted that selecting the correct policy is "critical" and … More

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Handbag dogs ‘should be allowed to express normal canine behaviour’
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Britons considering purchasing puppy insurance before buying a small canine should be aware that tiny dogs still have similar exercise requirements to their larger relatives. This is according to the Blue Cross, which warned owners of so-called handbag dogs that although the creatures are small enough to be carried, this does not necessarily mean they should be. It noted that … More

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