They have Egyptian Cotton Bath Towels (£4.99). I tried out a couple and the value is good, especially with the larger towels. While they are 100% cotton, they are more functional than luxurious, as they aren’t super fluffy, but frankly those towels take longer to dry in my opinion. The Egyptian Cotton Bath Sheet is £6.99 and the Hand Towel is £2.99. I got the blue, but saw cream in the store too and there is a range of colours.
The bedroom range comes in next Thursday and I got a sneak peak of the photographic duvet set (from £9.99), an on-trend winter-themed bedding set, available for single, double and king sized …
Hell yeah! With new FreeCatLottery, they can. I laughed a lot when I heard about this, but as a colleague of mine has four cats and surely wouldn’t mind having an “earning cat”, I thought I’d share it with my kitty loving readers.
What is FreeCatLottery.com?
FreeCatLottery.com is a new website where one person’s cat is drawn out of a hat to win a cash prize every day. It’s completely free to enter your cat — just upload a photo of your favourite feline and it will be automatically entered for the draw every day.
If you enter your cat now you’ve got a great chance of winning as not many people know about the site yet.
Prizes currently start at £10 every day and roll over to …
This may seem like an odd post, but I am always astonished at the price of light bulbs. I refurbished a house earlier this year and bought some from the market, though Aldi had a Specialbuy where they were cheaper at that same time….anyway, light bulbs cost a bloomin’ fortune.
So when I saw this Wickes offer I just had to share. Wickes has launched 30 new, own-brand LED and halogen light bulbs – with prices starting from just £1.99 for the 5W LED GU10. Wickes’ new range is an affordable bulb at one of the lowest prices available in the UK compared to B&Q, Homebase, Screwfix, Argos, Ikea and Amazon.
So why LED? Well LED light bulbs use less energy and last longer than traditional halogen bulbs, cut energy wastage by three quarters, and every bulb you buy will …
Apparently yes! I never knew that I could, but as a UK resident, I can go on a tour of Big Ben and the Elizabeth Tower. These are free of charge, but must be sponsored by a Member of Parliament (MP) or a Member of the House of Lords, so I have written a letter to my local MP to get a tour sorted for me and my family.
What does the tour cover?
The Elizabeth Tower is the famous clock tower and more often referred to as ‘Big Ben’, which is in fact the nickname of the Great Bell housed within the Elizabeth Tower.
A guided tour up 334 stone spiral steps takes you to the top of Elizabeth Tower to hear Big Ben strike the hour. As well as seeing a spectacular view of London from …
You may have seen this company on TV, and it really appeals to me as I am definitely a person to ignore best before dates and use food as long as it doesn’t smell or look off, so let me tell you more about Approved Food.
Aiming at savings of up to 70% online grocery store Approved Food specialises in selling surplus stock and some goods nearing or past their best-before-date.
Stocking literally thousands of household cupboard staples from food and drink to cleaning products, alcohol to pet food, shoppers can peruse the bargains on offer online and have acess to the choice that is available in traditional supermarkets.…