Latest Offer from The Book Of Everyone

1 August 2014

The Book Of Everyone are offering you a massive 50% off a Digital Book: High quality PDF that you can share with your friends. Normal price – £7.50.

To get this great deal apply the code – NHDR83T2V3

Plus every 100th customer will get their book made into a hard back copy. Read more

Holiday Search

31 January 2014

Try our holiday search or head over to On The Beach for more great holiday deals.



Cancer Research UK – Race for Life 2014

14 January 2014

It’s time to show cancer who’s in charge at Race for Life 2014. With more 10k events than ever before, and the addition of our brand new event, Race for Life Pretty Muddy, it’s an exciting year to be involved. As a collective force we hope to get an incredible 540,000 women to enter Race for Life and tell cancer to jog on, so we need your help to recruit as many women as possible!

There are over 200 types of cancers and we won’t give up until we find cures for them all. It’s fighting talk, but we mean every word we say. So let’s show cancer we won’t be pushed around anymore, join the fight and sign up now!

Happy New Year from Interflora

31 December 2013

Wish someone a “Happy 2014” with one of Interflora‘s celebratory gifts:

Champagne & Chocolates Gift Set
£39.99 … more
This stylish gift box combines a bottle of Lionel Derens Champagne with delicious chocolates from Maison Fougère – a perfect combination for any celebration … more

Pink Perfect Gift with Chocolates
£31.95 Vase Included … more
Read more

Hallowe’en

16 September 2012

Hallowe’en is becoming more and more popular here in the UK. ‘Trick or Treating’ has made it’s way in to children’s lives as have Hallowe’en parties, but what is Hallowe’en?

Hallowe’en or Hallows Eve is celebrated on 31st October. Traditionally the Celts celebrated New Year’s Eve with the festival of Samhain on this date and they believed that with the dark nights of winter came the evil spirits. It is believed that they built bonfires to frighten away these spirits and to bring solice to the lost souls. They also dressed in costumes typically made from animal heads and skins. Read more

Next Page »