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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)
Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre: Animal Experience and Park Entry for Up to Four (Up to 51% Off)
Meet the resident meerkats, Madagascan lemurs, or an exotic animal at this wildlife centre, with entry to the rest of the park included...
(was £34)
Firefly Driving Experience for a Child at Young Driver (21% Off)
Children aged 5 to 10 can experience driving in the driver’s seat of the Firefly; available at multiple locations across the UK...
(was £21)
Helicopter Flight with Chocolates and Bubbly for Two with Adventure 001, Multiple Locations
Couples can enjoy countryside views alongside chocolates and bubbly during this helicopter flight...
(was £69)
12 EuroMillions Line Bets from Lottoland (58% Off)
Try to guess the outcome of a lottery and choose the numbers on 12 EuroMillions line bets to get a chance to win the jackpot prize...
(was £24)


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Scathing report on Sheffield-Rotherham tram-train pilot

A massively over-budget project to allow trams to run on train tracks is criticised by MPs.

HS2 redundancy pay 'shocking waste' of taxpayer cash

Overpayments totalling £1.76m were made to 94 people, a committee of MPs says.

Prof Mary Beard backs school Classics funding appeal

High Storrs School wants to raise £100,000 to subsidise Latin and Classics classes for students.

Sheffield Council votes against saving memorial trees

The trees were planted in 1919 as a "living memorial" to local soldiers who died in World War One.

Fly-tipping prosecutions at record low in England

There were about one million incidents 2016-17 but just 1,571 successful prosecutions.

Mohammed Abbas Idris Awan guilty of planning terror

The brother of an IS bomber who killed 30 in suicide attack will be sentenced at a later date.


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