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Kingslakes Holidays Now Open All Year Round

24th August 2017

Kingslakes holidays in Devon is a family owned and run business, which is now open all year round, with seven fully stocked coarse fishing lakes with a mixture of carp, tench, bream, roach, trout and different types of silver fish etc. Whilst many Kingslakes customers who come year after year spend every day fishing, it...

UK Women Opting For Home Improvements Not Holidays

1st August 2014

Thousands of families will be taking to the skies over the next few weeks for their annual summer holidays but according to research conducted by Standard Life many UK women would prefer to snub their jollies for home improvements. The long-term savings and investment business found that 21 per cent of women have made improving...

It's Black And White -" Aluminium-Based Home Improvements Are In Vogue

25th June 2013

The warmer weather has encouraged an increasing amount of people to invest in Hazlemere’s extensive range of home improvements; particularly those which enable them get the most out of the sunnier climate such as a conservatory and/or a set of aluminium doors. Aluminium has fast become the material of choice for a significant number of...

Bi-folding doors open way for excellent pig roast

21st August 2012

I recently attended a friends 60th birthday bash at Beaconsfield SYCOB, otherwise known to the locals as Beaconsfield Football Club. This modern club boasts decent facilities and only a few years ago improved these by installing double glazed bi-folding doors and a large aluminium lean to above timber decking to a) provide a covered smoking...

How Will You Use Your Conservatory?

29th March 2012

Once you have decided to invest in a conservatory for your property, the next big decision that needs to be made is how you are going to use your new space. Conservatories in High Wycombe and conservatories in Reading can be utilised for any number of purposes as they allow you to add so much...

Dining out at the 2 star Michelin Hand and Flowers

29th January 2012

Made my first trip to the Hand and Flowers restaurant in Marlow, having heard about it being awarded a second Michelin star via both the television and the local newspaper several months ago. Despite booking over 3 months in advance we were unable to get in on their first sitting, so had to settle for...

Indian Summer? Eat your heart out!

1st October 2011

I don’t know whether it is just me, but Indian Restaurants in South Bucks never seem so busy over the Summer than when the weather is colder? Having just had yet another Indian Summer in September, I am sure local owners of Indian take aways and restaurant will therefore welcome the onset of Autumn and...

Does drinking and eating out leave you with nowt?

19th February 2010

Early in 2010 I travelled north from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire with my good friend Charlie Broadbridge to watch the Leeds United v Wycombe Wanderers Coca-Cola Football League One match at Elland Road admist all the snow and ice (1-1 was the final score). We travelled up the M1 on the Friday night and stayed...

Sad about the old wooden sash windows at Stoke Park

3rd November 2009

I recently had the privilege of having dinner in the very grand restauarant at Stoke Park. The quality of the food, its presentation and service was exceptionally high, and a real treat in wonderful surroundings. Having been given a window seat, the only thing that was not of a high standard was the large single...

Is the grub available in Beaconsfield up to the task?

1st November 2009

The variety and quality/cost of take away and restuarant food in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire has changed considerably over the last decade, with many food businesses coming and going, partcularly pubs, although to be fair many have been replaced by decent restaurants. Beaconsfield New Town used to have the legendy “Earl of Beaconsfield” public house (where Waitrose...

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