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Category Archives: Days Out

Family days out for less than £20

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Family feeling the end-of-summer blues? Give the kids something to smile about at the weekend without breaking the bank. We’ve rounded up some of the best days out in the country – and they all cost less than £20!

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The very best spots for autumn scenery

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Looking for the greatest spots in the UK to take an autumn walk? redspottedhanky.com brings you the very best places to wander in the leaves and marvel as the greens turn red and gold. Pick up cheap train tickets or car hire to all of these spots with us, and you’ll earn loyalty points to spend on future travel!

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Fun things to do this August Bank Holiday

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The crown jewel of the British summer is packed with things to do – from rocking out at Leeds and Reading to going Caribbean-crazy at the Notting Hill Carnival! We’ve scoured the cities (and the countryside) for some of the best ways to spend your long weekend. If you want to avoid those traffic jams, book advance cheap train tickets with redspottedhanky.com and get where you’re going in style. We’ll even reward you with loyalty points to spend on future adventures!

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Summer UK breaks: top 5 UK destinations that’ll make you feel like you’re abroad!

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Brush budget worries aside and go on a staycation this year! The good old UK has much more to it than commuter towns and rainy afternoons. We’ve gone out and found the 5 best British places for budget conscious, all weather holidays that’ll make you feel like you’ve gone abroad.

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Top 5 UK cycle routes

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Always fancied joining the peloton? Check out our guide to the top cycle routes in the UK, and celebrate the Tour de France Grand Depart with some pedal action of your own! redspottedhanky.com can get you cheap train tickets and car hire to the jumping-off points for all these places. Pack your panniers and get going!

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Wimbledon: how to get in the mood!

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It’s not just football that’s coming home this June. Wimbledon kicks off in a couple of weeks, and we’ve been looking for ways for all you Murray fans to get amped for that first serve! So don’t worry if you can’t get to Centre Court. We’ve got everything you need for an ace celebration right here.

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Best Ways to Get Into the World Cup Mood!

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Footie fans, it’s time to crank up the atmosphere! The World Cup 2014 kicks off in just a few days,  in the most football-mad nation on the planet. We’ve put our heads together and come up with some cracking ideas for getting in the Brazilian mood. Follow our advice and you’ll be running round the garden with your shirt over your head before you can say “goalgoalgoalgoaaaaaaaal!”

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Father’s Day Days Out!

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Looking for great ways to show the love on Father’s Day? Look no further than our official guide to brilliant dad’s days out! June 15 is just around the corner, and we’ve been scouring the country for the best ways to show dad how much you appreciate him. Plus, if you book cheap train tickets or car hire through redspottedhanky.com, we’ll throw in some loyalty points to give you money off future travel.

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Five Summer Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss!

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Grab your most mud-resistant flip-flops and your coolest hat. Festival season is nearly upon us, and with line-ups being leaked all over the place we’re getting pretty excited! We’ve set our sights on five epic festivals this year: are you coming along for the ride?

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Backpack or Suitcase?

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Travelling abroad, commute or adventure – the world’s a lot smaller than it used to be, and luggage choices are way more advanced. You don’t have to pack a suitcase en route to work anymore, and you don’t necessarily need a backpack when you book flights around the world. So what’s best for when?

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