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Your Service Centre Gatwick launches airport advice guide for half term

With millions of families planning on a trip away for the forthcoming half-term, Your Service Centre has launched a downloadable guide to help parents be better prepared when travelling through Gatwick.  The free guide has been created by Your Service Centre Gatwick which operates in partnership with Skybreak, one of the leading customer service and travel recovery companies within the UK.

It’s spoons at the ready as the ‘Home of Halloween’, The York Dungeon hopes to carve out a new Guinness World Record!

The York Dungeon is getting into the spooky spirit this Halloween and attempting to create the longest line of carved pumpkins the world has ever seen!  The Guinness World Record attempt will take place on Saturday 17th October from 10.30am – 2.30pm and the attraction is looking for as many people to get involved as possible – 1,511 in fact!

Prepaid cards offer peace of mind for parents as their kids set off for university

Many parents are bound to be worried about their children’s finances when they head off for university, but PrePay Solutions, the European leader for prepaid services, may have the answer. By providing university students with prepaid cards, parents can be sure that their children always have easy access to the funds they need to buy the essentials – without overspending or running up loads of debt.

Students twice as likely to lose part of their tenancy deposits, warns The Deposit Protection Service

The Deposit Protection Service (The DPS) has warned students renting accommodation that they must act now to ensure that their deposits will be returned at the end of their tenancies after figures revealed they are almost twice as likely as other tenants to face deductions.  As part of tenancy agreements landlords and letting agents take a deposit from tenants to guard against loss and damage, and by law they must protect the money through an authorised tenancy deposit protection scheme such as The DPS, the UK’s largest.

Freshening up: modern day student twice as likely to un-tag embarrassing photos from social media than buy a dictionary

As students across the nation get set for university Freshers’ Week, Currys PC World reveals that it’s not just the infamous ‘Freshers’ Flu’ they’re prepping for – it’s how they appear on social media.  Once upon a time it was all about joining the right societies and signing up to all the relevant sports teams, but for the class of 2015 online profiles are just as important. A survey of 1,500 students conducted by Currys PC World reveals that for this year’s intake, un-tagging embarrassing or unflattering photos on Facebook is twice as important as buying a dictionary




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