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Monthly Archives: November 2012

RSH Monthly Twitter Followers Competition – November 2012 Winners

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We’re in the runup to Christmas now, so it’s definitely time to book your journey home – and it will be £10 cheaper for our #MFG winners! 50 of our Twitter followers have each won £10 worth of redspottedhanky.com
loyalty points in our monthly competition – just by following us on Twitter.

Read on to see if you’ve made our winners’ list this month and keep following us to get the chance to win more loyalty points in our regular competitions.
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Your Top 10 favourite pubs in Oxford – #RSH Guides

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With the weekend just around the corner that can only mean one thing – it’s time to announce the winners of our weekly competition. This Friday, 10 savvy commuters have won £10′s worth of redspottedhanky.com loyalty points by tweeting their tips to us at #RSH Guides, for us to share through foursquare. This week, we asked you for your favourite cultural hotspots in Oxford.

Read on for this week’s winning tips and find out where to go to grab a tipple at the best pubs in Oxford…

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Great Christmas Gifts for your Favourite Commuters

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When you start your Christmas shopping, spare a thought for all of your friends and loved ones who spend part of their busy day commuting. With a little bit of imagination and a carefully chosen Christmas gift, you could make sure they enjoy every journey to the fullest.

Cheap train tickets are sure to be at the top of plenty of Christmas lists and once you have those sorted with a little bit of help from redspottedhanky.com, it’s time to start looking further afield From small, silly stocking fillers to brilliant gifts to place under the tree, there are tons of presents that are perfectly suited to frequent train travellers. Read on and see if you can spot the perfect gift for your favourite commuter…

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RSH Book Club: Christmas Stories for Fabulous Festive Reads

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Give your daily commute a festive flavour or make sure you’re in the mood for some Christmas fun when you’re travelling home for the holidays by getting stuck into our top seasonal reads. Bringing together some of the best Christmas stories for readers of all ages, we’ve got all of the books you need to survive the festive season.

Whether you’re all about the convenience of eBooks or you’re a traditionalist who loves the smell of the printed page, you’ll soon be transported with the help of these stories. And if you’ve got a long trip ahead, don’t forget to book cheap train tickets as well as pack plenty of books for the journey. Read on for a treasure trove of Christmas tales…
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Tips For Travelling with Children this Christmas

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It can be hard enough to keep children sitting still at the best of times but when Christmas rolls around, the task can become far trickier. But don’t worry, if you have a long train journey ahead this festive season, this handy selection of tips and tricks could help you keep your little ones happy the whole way there.

Choose cheap train tickets before you travel to make sure you don’t eat into your Christmas budget. Get stuck into our Christmas travel trips and plan a train journey that’s fun and festive to keep your little angels happy…
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Your Top 10 favourite cultural hotspots in Oxford – #RSH Guides

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It’s Friday, and as the weekend inches closer that can only mean one thing – it’s time to announce the winners of our weekly competition. This Friday, 10 savvy commuters have won £10′s worth of redspottedhanky.com loyalty points by tweeting their tips to us at #RSH Guides, for us to share through foursquare. This week, we asked you for your favourite cultural hotspots in Oxford.

Read on for this week’s winning tips and find out where to go to experience culture at its best in the sleepy city of Oxford…
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Packed lunches: Hot Eats to Beat Cold Days

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The last thing you want on a cold day or a long journey is a soggy, uninspiring sandwich. Revolutionise your lunchbox this winter with some hot and spicy dishes that will keep you feeling warm and cosy, no matter what the weather’s up to.

A packed lunch will help you put some pennies aside for Christmas, so plan your food ahead and search for cheap train tickets to enjoy an economic trip and cut the cost of your commute. Read on for some top tips for tasty and warming lunchtime treats…
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Your Top 10 favourite coffee shops in Leeds – #RSH Guides

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It’s that time of the week again – when we announce the winners of our weekly competition. This Friday, 10 savvy commuters have won £10′s worth of redspottedhanky.com loyalty points by tweeting their tips to us at #RSH Guides, for us to share through foursquare. This week, we asked you for your favourite places to get a coffee in Leeds.

Read on for this week’s winning tips and find out where to go to experience the ground beans at their best in Leeds…
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Take the train… to London for The Chocolate Festival

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Start your Christmas shopping early or simply treat yourself to a day of sweet smells and delicious delicacies at The Chocolate Festival in London. Now in its 9th year, this is a three day celebration of all things chocolatey that’s perfect for chocolate lovers of all ages. Before you go, book cheap train tickets online and set off for a tasty trip.

Dig into more details about The Chocolate Festival and discover some recipes to try at home…
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Take the train… to Scotland for St Andrew’s Day

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The wonders of Scotland are easy to see all year round but on 30 November, the whole world stops to raise a glass and toast the nation. St Andrew’s Day is the perfect opportunity to indulge in a few Scottish treats, from fulsome whiskies and filling traditional dishes to exciting Highland Flings.

This year, enjoy all of the fun and friendliness of celebrating the country’s national day by paying a visit to some of Scotland’s most beautiful cities. Book a weekend break in Scotland this November and prepare yourself for some serious St Andrew’s Day fun…
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