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Travel hashtags you should be using to make your Instagram stand out

Monday 24 July 2017 by Jessica Mendoza

From #wanderlust to #SACOLovesSummer, adding hashtags to your travel photos on Instagram will help the right audience to find them and grow your following exponentially.

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What’s on in Birmingham Summer 2017

Friday 21 July 2017 by Jessica Mendoza

From music to sports, Birmingham is always one to host amazing events, especially during summer. It doesn’t matter if you’re in the market for theatre shows, comedy shows, gigs, or something simple to keep the kids and other half entertained, the city has a generous amount to offer. Birmingham is one of the largest cities in the UK, so naturally there is something to suit every age and taste. If you’re visiting Birmingham soon, then here is our list of the best events happening over the coming months.

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Bristol... a guide for foodies

Friday 14 July 2017 by Jessica Mendoza

Bristol is a magnet for those who love great food and drink: it doesn’t matter if you fancy a quadruple-layered BBQ burger or a delicate seafood platter, there’s something to suit all taste buds.

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48 Hours in Glasgow

Tuesday 11 July 2017 by Florence Evans

Considered the lesser-loved of Scotland’s urban gems, Glasgow offers a cosmopolitan grandeur that contrasts with Edinburgh’s enchantingly gothic cityscape. This city has everything it needs to be both a tourist hotspot and a stylish place to live, with the Glaswegians offering a heart-warming welcome, UNESCO-accredited art galleries, museums galore and even its very own local hero, Charles Rennie Macintosh, painter and architect who made a name for the city. From curiosity shops and local attractions to some fantastic bars and restaurants to enjoy, a visit to Glasgow will most certainly not disappoint.

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5 things you probably don't know about Wimbledon

Friday 07 July 2017 by Sarah Knight

Wimbledon may be an iconic British event, but there are plenty of things about the tennis tournament that you may not know, so brush up your knowledge now.

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