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Stop your Halloween from becoming a real life Fright Night!

Halloween and Bonfire Night are perfect holidays for all the family to enjoy, with plenty of firework displays and trick-or-treating trips, but unfortunately this means that homes are more at risk of burglaries and thefts due to more people being out enjoying the events of the season. Statistics show that Halloween is the worst holiday of the year for vandalism, with malicious damage to homes increasing by ...

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Keep your kids entertained this October half term

A recent survey has found that parents are spending up to £400 on keeping their children occupied during half term. Here are a few ways you can Keep your kids entertained this October half term without breaking the bank. Pyjama party – A fun approach to bedtimes! Get your little one's friends together and have a pyjama day - especially cosy when it's raining outside! Of course it will be complete with stori ...

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Things to do this Halloween 2013

This October there are tons of events taking place across the UK. Wherever you are and whatever your age, you're sure to find an activity that suits you. Whether you're into scary movies or ghost walks, we've put together a short list of all the cool things to do this Halloween 2013: Digbeth Ghost Walk - Birmingham  When: 31st October – 10th December 2013 Where: The Zen Shop, 162 High Street, Digbeth, B12 0 ...

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How to make: toffee apples

These crunchy, decorated toffee apples are a must for Halloween and Bonfire Night, and Sainsbury's have a simple recipe for you to follow. Serves: 10 Preparation time: 10 Minutes Cooking time: 12-15 Minutes Cooling Time: 15 minutes Nutrition per serving: 270 cals, 3.5g fat, of which 2.1g saturated fat, 56.5g added sugar, 0.125g salt What you'll need: 10 wooden skewers (or lolly sticks) 10 Golden Delicious a ...

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