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Two- or Three-Hour Group Recording Studio Session for Up to Six People at Charthouse Music Studio (Up to 59% Off)

Up to six budding vocalists can record two or three songs as they’re assis...

(was £80)
Five Swim Passes with Move GB, Multiple Locations (Up to 72% Off)

Customers can take advantage of this set of five swimming sessions, valid at mul...

(was £35)
Jewellery-Making Class: Beginner (£24.95) or Advanced (£29.99) at IndiviJewelistic (Up to 80% Off)

This two-hour session will teach guests how to make jewellery, with high quality...

(was £126)
Five or Ten One-Hour Latin Dance Classes for One or Two with Latin Collective (Up to 84% Off)

Over the course of up to ten one-hour classes, customers can become familiar wit...

(was £35)
Adventure Golf for One or Two Adults or a Family of Four at Choice of Location (Up to 53% Off)

Enjoy 18 holes of themed adventure golf at a choice of four locations including ...

(was £9)
Saracens v Exeter on 7 January or v Toulon on 21 January, Hospitality Tickets, Allianz Park Stadium

Aviva Premiership and European champions Saracens take on Exeter and Toulon; buf...

(was £99)
60-Minute Golf Lesson with Optional 30-Minute Simulator Experience at Old Fold Manor Coaching Academy

Skills can be improved during a lesson with a PGA professional plus optional sim...

(was £17)
Brewery Tour and Tasting for Two with Optional Case of Mixed Beers at Redemption Brewing Company (Up to 35% Off)

Clients can see on their own eyes inside of this award-winning craft brewery wit...

(was £24)


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Notting Hill Carnival 'must be made safer', policing report says

Last year's Notting Hill Carnival saw four stabbings so serious the victims nearly died, a report says.

Coffee shops on the march as pubs decline, town centre data shows

The great British pub continues to make way for coffee shops and eateries on our High Streets, but it remains the most popular leisure venue in the UK.

Sadiq Khan claims Londoners are at risk from police cuts

The safety of Londoners is at risk if the government cuts the Met's funding, Sadiq Khan warns.

Rolf Harris 'pounced' on blind woman 'like prey'

A blind woman tells a court she was groped by Rolf Harris when the TV star met her at a hospital in 1977.

Hunt makes millions from sale of Hotcourses

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt becomes one of the UK's richest politicians after his company's sale.

Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low

The series finale of BBC One's Sherlock drew its lowest-ever overnight UK ratings on Sunday night, with 5.9m tuning in.

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