New Year’s resolutions have been around, in one form or another, for around 4,000 years and are said to have started with the Babylonians who made promises to the Gods at New Year.
Christmas can be a very expensive time of year and buying gifts can make a large dent in your bank balance.
Year on year it becomes harder to buy gifts for people and we often resort to tried and tested gifts like cream tea afternoons or perfume, after shave, socks and pants.
Despite recent fluctuations in property prices, many opportunities still exist which can generate a good return on investment.
Something that will certainly have some affect on everyone in the upcoming General Election is the housing policies that have been put forward in each of the manifestos.
There are a lot of different tasks to complete before Winter sets in. In this article we hope to give you a head start in preparing your home for Winter:
Winter is fast approaching and many of us are likely to start feeling the chill. That means sooner or later you can expect your energy bills to rise.
Once again bonfire night is upon us, where we celebrate the failure of Guy Fawkes and his gang of rebels trying to blow up Parliament on the 5th November 1605.
We are so fortunate in this country to experience all four seasons. Autumn is in full swing, the leaves are starting to turn and fall, the evenings are drawing in and there is definite chill in the air.