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is a monthly subscription box which contains some of the
latest food and drink products in the market. You will receive tasty surprises, flavours and recipes each month and each box has up to 15 delicious and full-size treats. Many
have not even reached the shops yet! They are delivered direct to your door by free delivery (standard mainland UK postcodes excluding Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, and the Scottish Highlands, Islands and some other remote areas of rural Scotland)
and their standard box price is just £12-99 and each box usually contains products worth over £25. Use promotional code DEGUSTA5 to get your first box for just £7.99
Recent treats have included Mallow & Marsh coconut marshmallow bars, Jordan's Juicy Red Berries Frusli Bars, Miso Spicy Ramen Noodle Kits and LighterLife ready to drink shakes.
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The Drummer Boy is my latest novel about the ghost of a Gordon Highlander Drummer Boy from the Battle of Waterloo who haunts a modern day army nurse.
Chapters take place in modern day Aberdeen, at the Noose & Monkey bar and restaurant as well as His Majesty's Theatre and Garthdee. Other scenes take place at Tidworth and during the Napoleonic War.
With increasing prices across the board from oil, home power, petrol, diesel and coal it pays to shop around. We bring you
some ideas and some handy tips ranging from a device that shows you how you use your supply and suggests ways to save on fuel through to cheaper energy bills when you learn how
to switch suppliers. Saving fuel helps your family budget so that you get the extra pounds each month which can be used to give you and your loved ones treats.
Fuel Saving Device
Our first idea is to use a fuel saving device such as the SmartEnergy from AlertMe.
It allows you to easily see where you are using it around your home. AlertMe is a real-time monitoring product
which shows you which appliances, gadgets and products around your house or flat that is using energy and how you can save electric.
It is easy to install and simply attaches to your meter. It then uses a wireless connection to contact a SmartHub which allows you to read the information about how to
save money on fuels on your PC, laptop or with their free iPhone App. Once you start to analyse what items around your home are using electric you can soon figure out how to
reduce your energy bills. The SmartHub can help you analyse the use and cost, set targets, benchmark and profile. With their analytics you can go as far as to predict your next month bill.
This can be used in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Save Money On Fuel
Other ways are to shop around and take advantage of offers with other suppliers. Many will offer you discounts for set dates if you transfer your provision to them. This can include price protection for a set number of months and sometimes years. If you use gas and electric you can qualify for a dual fuel discount. Do shop around and telephone several providers or buy online for further reductions.
Energy Helpline can reduce your bills by up to £200. It provides information for you to get
the cheapest guaranteed.
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Scottish Power offers cash saving dual fuel accounts, single accounts and green energy, as well as help and advice for
customers with special needs and a choice of payment methods including on-line payment and account management.
Scottish Power is regularly in the top two or three best value suppliers for many regions in the UK.
Powergen are one of the UKs leading suppliers, with around nine million customer accounts. On average Powergen customers get £65* off a year compared to British
Gas by taking both their powers with them.
*Based on a standard BG monthly Direct Debit unrestricted dual customer (inc. paperless billing discount) switching to them consuming annually
20,500 kWh for Gas and 3,300 kWh for electricity. They are averaged nationally and include VAT and depend on a customer complying with their rules and may vary according to region and consumption.
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