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Online Ukulele Course with Skill Success (88% Off)

Students can learn about ukelele harmony groups, rhythm, strumming, melody, scal...

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Reel Cinema: Two Tickets at Choice of 13 Locations (50% off)

Pairs of film fans can attend a 2D screening on a Monday, Thursday, Friday or Su...

(was £12)
Four or Six Laps in a Sports Car or a Supercar with a 4x4 Ride at Drive Me

Drivers get behind the wheel of a sports car or supercar and hit the track for f...

(was £30)
Online Coffee Shop Start-Up Course from Bean to Cup (90% Off)

Customers receive instructions how to open their own coffee shop with this detai...

(was £295)
18-Month Golfing Privilege Card Valid at 1,300 Courses Across Different Countries with Open Fairways (81% Off)

Enjoy discounted games at over 750 courses in the UK, 250 in Ireland and more th...

(was £133)
Circus Zyair: Tickets for Two or Four with Popcorn at Roundhay Park, 8-13 September (Up to 65% Off)

Watch a traditional big-top circus show featuring clowns, acrobats and jugglers,...

(was £37)
Paintball for 5, 10, 20 or 30 Players at Nationwide Paintball UK

Sharp shooters can pit their wits against each other at a choice of over 100 loc...

(was £5)
Online Garden Design and Landscaping Course at Smart Majority (Up to 95% Off)

During this online course, participants can learn the basics of gardening with t...

(was £399)


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Whistleblower claims Bradford school pupils left 'at risk'

A whistleblower warns vulnerable pupils will be left exposed to abuse without increased child protection at a Bradford school.

Leeds Festival: Traffic restrictions on A64 to take effect

Traffic restrictions are due to be put in place on a key link road between West and North Yorkshire ahead of the Leeds Festival.

Leeds stone paving to be marked to deter thieves

Paving stones are to be invisibly marked by a council to deter thieves from stealing them.

Murder-accused UK man 'admits brawl' with Bali policeman

A British man has reportedly admitted he had a violent confrontation with a police officer on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Damaged fire hydrant causes 30ft water spout in village

A damaged fire hydrant causes a 30ft water spout in the centre of a village as firefighters tackle a nearby blaze.

Rejected recyclable waste up 84% in England since 2011, data shows

The amount of household rubbish being rejected for recycling in England has increased by 84% over the past four years, government figures show.

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