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30- or 60-Minute Segway Experience for One or Two at Segway Events, 15 Locations (Up to 54% Off)
Thrill-seekers can get a taste of travelling on two wheels with an outdoor Segway experience available at 15 locations across the UK...
(was £20)
20-Module Photography Course from Photography Made Easy (95% Off)
Embark on an online photography course exploring various areas, from basic camera settings and shooting styles to video and digital editing...
(was £295)
Bungee Jump at Choice of 10 Locations Nationwide with UK Bungee Club (Up to 21% Off)
Experience the thrills of solo or tandem bungee jumps of up to 160 feet at a choice of locations, including the O2 Arena...
(was £60)
Greyhound Racing Night with Meal, Drink, Bet Tote and Programme, 15 July - 28 October at Kinsley Dogs (Up to 68% Off)
Saturdays see greyhound racing emotions grow rapidly as duos or groups of four enjoy a burger and chips alongside a glass of wine or beer...
(was £26)
10,000ft Tandem Skydiving Experience at Two Locations with UK Parachuting
Clients can jump out of a plane to feel the thrill of a free fall and reach terminal velocity during a 10,000ft tandem skydiving experience...
(was £195)
Choice of Cookery Class for One or Two at Coghlans School (Up to 58% Off)
Amateurs and seasoned chefs alike can enjoy learning how to cook various culinary fares and dishes using seasonal produce...
(was £65)


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Man unlawfully killed in Balby house attack

Transgender woman Jennifer Swift attacked Eric Flanagan with a kitchen knife and broken shovel.

NHS waits for cancer care, A&E and ops worsen across UK

Hospital performance slumps across UK with staff warning hitting key targets now an 'impossible' job.

House prices - has the home ownership dream soured?

Frustrations as house values in many parts of the country fail to recover from the financial crisis of 2007.

Adoptive parents sought for four sisters in South Yorkshire

Their foster carers say now they are aged 66 they are too old to take them on permanently.

Protester climbs Sheffield's Vernon Oak to prevent felling

The council put up a notice to announce that the 150-year-old oak tree would be cut down this week.

Bairstow on Christmas with Boycott

England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow opens up to Michael Vaughan in a special interview for BBC Radio 5 live.


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