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Britax urges parents to bin the booster and travel safely this summer

Britax booster

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.

Avoid any serious EHIC-UPS this summer – have you got yours?

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.

Safety tips from morning mayhem to night-time nightmares

Parents worry about their child’s safety constantly and with Child Safety Week 2014 approaching on 23rd-29th June it’s a great time to create awareness and offer advice on creating a safe environment. This year’s theme is ‘Morning Mayhem’, focusing on accidents that are more likely to happen in the morning rush. There are many key times during the day when accidents are more likely to happen than others therefore we have gathered advice around ways you can prevent these accidents from happening whether it’s in the morning rush or the evening bedtime routine, we’ve got it covered.

10 Tots To Travel Tips for travelling with babies and toddlers

Award-winning family travel specialists Tots To Travel knows just how stressful travelling with babies and small children can be. It has designed its luxury holiday villa service with young families in mind, and has a portoflio of baby and toddler-friendly villas guaranteed to ensure that parents can focus on family fun and relaxation, not on home safety, while they are away.

WARNING - Tax credits claimants warned over scam emails

Tax credits claimants are being warned about scam or “phishing” emails sent out by fraudsters in the run-up to the 31 July renewal deadline.  During last year’s tax credits renewal period, which runs from April to July, nearly 24,839 phishing emails were reported to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). And May this year has already seen a 131.32 per cent increase in phishing email reports on the same month last year, with 11,219 being recorded.




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