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Personalised Treasure Hunt For Up to Five (1169 Locations) at Treasure Trails
Explore on a themed walking treasure hunt; discover whodunit in Liverpool, crack a spy mission in Snowdonia or choose from many other trails...
(was £8)
Parent and Toddler Entry to iBounce Trampoline Park (25% Off)
Parent and a toddler under four years old can jump and bounce on the trampolines at this Marsh Barton-based centre...
(was £6)
Half- or Full-Day Mountain or Electric Bike Hire at Exmouth Cyclehire (Up to 60% Off)
Adventure-seekers can rent a mountain or electric bike along with a helmet and padlock, and set off on a trip along the river Exe...
(was £15)
Virtual Reality Experience for Up to Four at Dreamscape VR (44% Off)
Groups of up to four can experience virtual reality across a number of games and experiences...
(was £80)
Half-Day Canoe Hire for Up to Two Adults and One Child at Haven Banks
Two adults and a child can hire a canoe for half a day and enjoy the sights and scenery of the River Exe & Exeter shipping canal...
(was £19)
Entry for Two to East Lambrook Manor Gardens (50% Off)
Nature lovers can enjoy an all-day access to the Grade I listed gardens with rare flowers, plants and horticulture...
(was £12)


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Plymouth Mount Wise towers' cladding 'like Grenfell'

The cladding on three blocks in the city is to be removed, its owners tell residents.

Question Time host Dimbleby boots out audience member

BBC Question Time host David Dimbleby asks a rowdy audience member to leave the programme.

Boys at Exeter academy wear skirts in uniform protest

They wanted to wear shorts, but were told that breached their school's uniform policy.

Grenfell Tower: Eleven high rises 'fail fire-risk tests'

Cladding on 600 high rises in England is tested, as Premier Inn admits concerns about three hotels.

Heads warn parents of 'cash-starved schools'

Head teachers are sending letters to two million families in England warning of a funding crisis.

Man shot during Antigua robbery now blind

Chris Tester's parents say he is 'struggling' after an operation and coping with blindness.


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