Thursday, 16 November 2017

Careers Fair - Catterick Leisure Centre 23rd Nov


Christmas Things To Do In London


                                                                      Hyde Park <<<


Don't forget to check the Defence Discount Service Website before you go to see what discounts are available in London.

Carillion Amey - SFA - Heating & Boiler Problems 





Army and You Magazine - Winter Issue Now Online



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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Snozone (Castleford) Offers


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Soldier Magazine - November Edition


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A test version of a new government service has launched to remind drivers by text message and email when their MOT is due.

The GOV.UK service, developed by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), makes it easy to get a reminder every year when your vehicle’s MOT is due.
When you sign up, you’ll get a reminder:
  • 4 weeks before your MOT is due
  • 2 weeks before your MOT is due, if you still haven’t had it tested
You’ll also get alerts that your vehicle no longer has an MOT.
You just need the vehicle’s number plate (registration number) and a mobile phone number or email address.
You’ll get a reminder every year until you unsubscribe.
The aim of Alcohol Awareness week is to get people thinking about alcohol - how it affects us as individuals, families, communities and society as a whole. Harms from alcohol go much further than the liver, it can cause high blood pressure and is also linked to diabetes, depression and cancer.

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Reminder - The Old £10 Note To Be Withdrawn





The last day to use your paper £10 notes is 1 March 2018.  After this date you can exchange them at the Bank of England in person or by post. Some retailers, banks and building societies may still accept these notes; however this is at their own discretion.

Monday, 13 November 2017


For a selection of main Christmas events in Hull, Beverley and surrounding area please  


Source:Yorkshire.com