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Halfords is advising all motorists planning journeys into or through France this summer to ensure they check the expiry date of the breathalysers that they are carrying in order to remain on the right side of the law. Carrying an NF approved breathalyser (NF=French Standard, which is their equivalent of our British Standard) has been a mandatory legal requirement in France since 1 July 2012. However, many motorists are unaware that these disposable breathalysers have an expiry date.
Warburtons – the nation’s number 1 bakery brand - is changing its name for the first time in its 138-year history. From this week Warburtons headquarters and over 6 million Half & Half products will bear the name Warbeartons as the bakery brand teams up with Britain’s best -loved bear, Paddington. Paddington personally visited the Warburtons Bolton head office to change the signage in honour of the partnership, while Warburtons unique Half & Half packaging will feature an image of the iconic bear we all know and love.
As schools close for the summer and holiday season begins, Tots To Travel – the experts in villa holidays for families with babies and toddlers – has released a series of hints and tips to help families handle potential airport disasters with ease. “Delays” – the dreaded “d” word for any couple travelling with young children or babies – are not an uncommon nightmare for families travelling in peak season. It is hard enough travelling with the mountains of paraphernalia needed once children are part of the travelling picture, without the additional pressure of the airport “bing bong” and a few extra hours in the departure lounge.
This week, leading child safety brand, BRITAX, has launched a nationwide initiative designed to educate parents about car seat safety in Group 2-3 and to highlight the dangers of using booster cushions with older children. The ‘Bin the Booster’ campaign urges parents to opt for high-backed boosters with side impact protection to ensure little ones are safe and secure on their travels in the lead up to summer and beyond.
As the holiday season approaches, Asda Money’s annual report into the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) reveals awareness of the card has got worse since last year. Although it should be a travel essential, the number of parents who do not have an EHIC has increased from 22% to 26% over the past year meaning they won’t have adequate protection on holiday.