Your Weekly Horoscope By Russell Grant

Your Weekly Horoscope By Russell Grant
April 27, 2018

ARIES (March21st-April20th) Confused arrangements could put a relative in a difficult position. Why leave them to sort out their muddles when you know you can help? If you step in, as well as saving them a lot of time, you can work together to find a solution that will be to the benefit of all concerned. Although it won’t all be plain sailing later, getting a joint creative project up…

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Your Weekly Horoscope By Russell Grant

Your Weekly Horoscope By Russell Grant
April 22, 2018

ARIES (March21st-April20th) Conflict within a group is getting you down. It will be a health factor that makes you undecided about the best course of action. Some people are expecting too much from you and fixing their problems is emotionally and physically exhausting. It might be time to pull out of some obligations and adopt a slower pace. You can avoid being drawn into a tug of war between home…

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5 Ways To Stay Active With Age

March 12, 2018

The joints stiffen, the brain gets stuck in die-hard habits, friends both old and new move away.

It can be hard to maintain an active lifestyle as the years add up – by the time commitments to work and children are finally at an end, new hurdles and problems appear to take their place.

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Why Are We Spending So Much Time Online?

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March 9, 2018

Reports from 2017 have stated that Beverly was to become the fastest broadband town in the UK.

Thanks to KCOM’s Lightstream rollout of broadband, 97% of Beverley homes have access to super-fast broadband, compared to just 51.2% nationally, and 90% in the rest of Yorkshire.

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Using The Internet As A Resource To Learn And Gain Skills

Using The Internet As A Resource To Learn And Gain Skills
March 5, 2018

The internet is an enormous place, one that incorporates the vast majority of all knowledge mankind has uncovered. Because of this, it is an invaluable resource that can be used to build a host of skills, especially those which revolve around heavy theory and study.

Here, we’ll go over just a couple of things which you need to keep in mind to kick-start your understanding of a new topic, and hopefully get you on your way to mastery.

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Gambling – Are We Turning Into a Nation of Gamblers

February 20, 2018

Gambling when I was growing up was something people did in smoked filled betting offices or the having a go on the Pools with the man coming to the door to collect the stakes.

Shortly after this The National Lottery was rolled out in the UK with the slogan ‘It Could Be You’ as we were sold the dream of being turned into millionaires overnight for a stake of just £1.

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5 Reasons To Visit Beverley This Summer

5 Reasons To Visit Beverley This Summer
February 9, 2018

As the largest county in the UK, Yorkshire has a lot to offer tourists, with one of the best places to visit this summer being Beverley.

This small town is renowned for its dedication to several different sports, especially horse racing and cycling; however, with sports aside, there are many different activities available in Beverley to suit tourists of all interests, will most being as affordable as you’d like!

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Casino Gaming in Beverley

Casino Gaming in Beverley
January 31, 2018

Whether you’ve ever stepped into a casino or not, in movies or television shows, you have undoubtedly encountered casino games. The likes of blackjack, poker, and roulette have stood the test of time and offer entertainment for many players to this day.

In fact, people all over Great Britain enjoy casino games, with that affection for the table games being reflected by the gigantic size of the industry on this little island.

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2018 House Market Predictions For The HU17 Area

2018 House Market Predictions For The HU17 Area
January 19, 2018

The housing market for the Beverley area is set for another tough year as economic uncertainties continue to limit any price rises. Despite many government-led initiatives such as the removal of stamp duty, it seems that increased living costs and fears over a rise in interest rates will put many people off buying a new home in 2018.

Last year saw both the number of homes sold and their prices decreasing across the whole of the HU17 area. Compared to a relative high point in 2014, the number of home sales in the HU17 region was at its lowest point since 2009. And when coupled with a sudden drop in prices compared to 2016, it seems that the market is set for a tough year.

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Moving Abroad?

Moving Abroad?
January 17, 2018

At the current moment, there is a plethora of information available on the Internet for individuals to gather before they go abroad.

What is incredible is that many prospective expats do not know to take advantage of these sites and the sensational information that they offer free of charge.

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