We’ve all been there before, just purchased a used car or used van, offered the extended warranty but our first instinct is to say, “no thanks, I can’t see anything going wrong for a few years yet”. How many times have we all wished, we had paid a bit more attention to that offer of getting that extra peace of mind cover?
As summer once again draws to an end, we’ll be soon thinking about changing those tyres to the winter treads. These are the tyres we’d put on for rain and snow. In the old days, we’d use the same tyres in all seasons and it made no difference at all. Our philosophy would be, drive with caution if it’s raining or snowing. Basically meaning, drive slow, make sure your windscreen wipers are up to spec and have plenty of antifreeze topped up.
The lead up to the upcoming bank holiday weekends is always met with ambitious expectations on where to go and what to do. Many of us book that Friday off and then it’s in most cases a nice long weekend break away, somewhere in the UK. As we come to terms with less international destination options, we are now using the staycation alternative.
One of London’s and England’s most famous clubs was established in 1882. At this time, the club didn’t even have a stadium and played their home games at Tottenham Marshes. As the attendance began to grow, the club moved to an enclosed ground and charged a crowd attendance fee. In 1888 the club then decided to move to Asplins Farm, which was next to the railway grounds of Northumberland Park.
After the extended so-called break, the restaurants are finally back and opening their Covid-19 ravaged doors to bring smiles and joy back on our faces. Some managed to survive the lockdowns but some weren’t so lucky and have been wiped off London’s eateries map.