Blog posts

Miracles on the North Wales Pilgrim’s Way

Sep 04, 2015 17:14 BST Ramblers Worldwide Holidays Frequent rambler Felicity Cobb experienced her own miracle when following in the footsteps of St Winifrede through the holy wells, ancient trees, cathedrals and standing stones of the North Wales Pilgrim’s Way.

Little Socialites ...

Sep 03, 2015 15:16 BST Stoke Park ​We have lots of fun social events just around the corner for the whole family and particularly for the little ones. It probably is a bit too early to start talking about autumn and it’s almost definitely too early to talk about Christmas but we don’t want your family to miss out on any of our celebrations, so we are giving you plenty of time to put the dates in the diary and get your tickets.

When Is It Too Soon To Talk About Christmas?

Aug 27, 2015 11:33 BST Stoke Park ​Some of you will be adamant that Christmas must not be mentioned before December but we know it’s only a matter of time before the advent calendars hit the supermarket shelves and we are forced to face the fact that Christmas is just 119 days away from now.

Ten years with the Travel Bags

Aug 26, 2015 19:10 BST Ramblers Worldwide Holidays In 2005, Canadian rambler Jocelyn Wattis decided to visit Europe on a walking tour. She invited some friends to join her, and the Travel Bags were born! Since that first visit to Paris, the tradition has continued, with an RWH trip for the Travel Bags every two years. This year, this formidable group is celebrating its 10th anniversary by visiting Ireland and Scotland.

Summer in the Dolomites

Aug 26, 2015 18:30 BST Ramblers Worldwide Holidays The striking mountain scenery of the Dolomites makes it a hugely popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts – but in the summer months, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a paradise for walkers, as Lynda and Martin Bryan-Brown found when they joined our new tour Colfosco, in the heart of the Dolomites.

Thomas Cook - a lesson for us all

Aug 24, 2015 11:49 BST Decisive Public Relations Comment on Thomas Cook's handling of a recent PR crisis, first published 4 July 2015. This article advocates that the communications team - and preferably the communications director, with a seat at the Board table - must have the gravitas and credibility to exert influence with the CEO and Board in such situations. Such influence, of course, is not won in the middle of a crisis.

Aug 20, 2015 13:56 BST What's Ticking Today Savings upon savings… Calling all freshers and Oxfordshire students! The county’s best and most unique deals and offers website (that’s us) is pushing the boat out for the new college year and we’ll be sourcing the very best deals throughout your stay. We want our What’s Ticking Wednesdays to become the cornerstone of student life by bringing you the very best of what Oxfordshire has ...

Aug 19, 2015 15:18 BST What's Ticking Today 09 Aug 2015 The beautiful market town of Banbury has something for everyone and for a lazy summer’s day out, it’s the perfect destination for families or couples. So if you fancy a short trip into north Oxfordshire, What’s Ticking Today has a variety of options to help make your day that little bit more special.

Aug 19, 2015 15:14 BST What's Ticking Today ​05 Aug 2015 Simply joining up with What’s Ticking Today earns you 1 o’Clockit – that’s one earned in a matter of minutes. And by letting our team know about a local event that we don’t already know about will double your tally in the blink of an eye. If there’s a local fete, sports tournament, visit or whatever, let us know and we can help promote the event and encourage merchants to ...

Aug 19, 2015 15:12 BST What's Ticking Today ​02 Aug 2015 They got in touch and told me about all these great offers that could save me big discounts, but the net was spread wide and the only things I could find on the night I wanted it (the next as it happened), were either in Swindon or Northampton.As much as I enjoy saving a few pennies, I’m not going to blow it all on the petrol it takes for me to travel 40 or 50 miles.