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We hope everyone is staying warm in these weather conditions with your Heat Holders. Here are some tips from cold countries that might help you: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/embed/p05zqbmf/43247205

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If you want to get out and about before winter draws to an end, why not grab your walking boots and head on one of these excellent rambles around the UK? Magna Carta Walk, Berkshire/Surrey: Explore some of Britain’s most historic locations with a walk that not only takes in the Runnymede memorial but also stunning Windsor Castle. Start off at the gates of the Castle in central Windsor before heading down the Long Walk, an elegant stroll through the sweeping Windsor Great Park taking in the famous Copper Horse statue of George III. After passing through Runnymede — where...

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Do you find yourself complaining about the unforgiving July temperatures? Why not consider travelling to a place where it’s winter in July? Argentina: Argentina is the perfect destination for skiing and sightseeing. El Calafate in the deep south showcases some miraculous eternal glaciers, or why not visit the Waluchi Caves and check out the remarkable 4,000-year-old cave paintings? For those who can’t stay in one place for too long, Ushuaia, called ‘the place at the end of the world’, offers cruises to Antarctica for some spectacular views and boat tours of the Beagle Channel to follow in Charles Darwin’s footsteps....

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With summer just around the corner, what better time to grab your walking boots and head off to explore the great British coastline? Lindisfarne, Northumberland: Cast off the coast of England into the rough waters of the North Sea, Lindisfarne is an almost otherworldly place that’s perfect for a day’s hiking. Explore the rocky coasts of Holy Island, as it’s also called, and take in the eerie Lindisfarne Castle that dominates the wave-washed landscape. Just don’t get cut off by the tide. White Cliffs of Dover, Kent: The UK’s most famous stretch of coastline can be found near Dover where...

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