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    By julyguy1 at 10:09 on 03/02/14
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    Tom, Dick and Harry, stories for children.   I have a new book on Amazon Kindle called Tom, Dick and Harry, stories for children. These are based on the tales I used to tell my own children and grandchildren and the illustrations were done by my eldest, Lee who is now 53! Daphne has, as always, patiently edited this book and I hope it will be appreciated by many more children as it was by my own. If you want to...
  • More great energy saving ideas to cut costs and lower your bills from Lenwood Energies!

    By The Energy Advice Centre at 21:06 on 02/12/13
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    Lenwood Renewable Energies is set up to keep you informed about renewable energy products and services and then give you the right advice for your install. Read our user friendly and informative information pages to find out about renewable energy technologies that could help you lower your carbon footprint and save you money. Here we offer a couple of widely applicable tips to help cut your energy costs. Get free Insulation: ...
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    By OVENFRESH at 22:13 on 18/11/13
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  • Thinking of an investment in solar panels?

    By The Energy Advice Centre at 14:13 on 18/11/13
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    More than 450,000 homes in Britain now have solar panels with an extra 2000 solar panel systems being installed each week. The Great British summer paid off this year, driving up the returns homeowners made on their investment, but can we really still see high percentage returns after the cuts to feed-in tariffs? The Solar Trade Association estimates a cost saving of £823 a year on an average utility bill for an average...
  • Want a return on your investment of 10-15% and to beat the energy price crunch? READ ON...

    By The Energy Advice Centre at 15:57 on 27/10/13
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    So rumours are correct and some of the top six energy providers have increased our bills by as much as 11%. Research shows that since 2004, energy prices have inceased by a whopping 146%! In 2004, the average annual energy bill in Britain was £543, and today it stands at £1,336. The most worrying thing about this trend is that it is only set to continue meaning the homeowner will be left to pay more and more, whilst energy...

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