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Royal Ascot 2009
Royal Ascot 2009 is almost upon us.

The FA Cup Final
The Football Association Challenge Cup

Justine Tatt
Meet Justine Tatt, one of Holiday Extras' recent recruits

Family days out for free
Entertaining your family doesn't need to break the bank

Heavenly St Lucia
Those dazzling beaches, heavenly blue seas and the moist warm breezes are just the first of the attractions of St Lucia

New York in Springtime
There's nothing quite like a city break for picking you up after a long, cold winter

Three Ways to Avoid Fraud When Booking Travel Online
Thousands of UK consumers are victims of web fraud every year after booking bogus flights or holidays online


Clocks change Spring 2013
Remember that the clocks go forward in 2013 on Sunday 31 March.

Clocks change Spring 2013
Remember that the clocks go forward in 2013 on Sunday 31 March.

New York in Spring
You'll also want to get as much for your struggling pound as possible, so many of the activities we've selected are free or low-cost. Naturally you'll want to spend some cash though when strutting the New York streets that never sleep.

Treats for Mummy
An article by Maxine Clarke - Mother's Day should be another little perk of parenthood, a special day when you get presents and kisses and cuddles

Heavenly half term?
An article by Maxine Clarke - After avoiding flights and lengthy stays for the past year and a half

A marathon achievement
At 9.00 am this Sunday morning around 35,000 pairs of trainers will be preparing to pound the capital's streets in the 2008 Flora London Marathon.

London Top Ten for Kids
An article by Maxine Clarke - In our new lives the big smoke still comes up with the goods. London is fantastic for children and here are my top ten activities for passing time with little ones in tow.

Life begins at 60
Forget knitting and false teeth, the new generation of grandparents are out and about and living it up.

An interview with... Justine Tatt | Part of the award-winning Contact Centre
As the recession continues to grip the nation and recruitment opportunities seem few and far between, the recent recruitment drive by Holiday Extras has gone some way to alleviating any uncertainties for a number of new recruits.

7 steps to keep your smile in place
Tiredness, delays, long queues, unexpected security restrictions, crowds, oise and travel anxiety could get your holiday off to a stressful start

Holiday Extras Perfect Holiday Plan
As with most things in life, it's all in the planning. Holiday Extras has put together the perfect holiday plan to help you take off to a safe and stress-free start.

Halloween chills and thrills | Events for All Hallow's Eve
Some people exist quite happily without ever acknowledging Halloween. However, most of us surround ourselves with spooks, ghouls, demons, magic and spells, wizards and witches and the living dead every year because of an ancient pagan festival

Perfect winter sun | Dubai is one of those must-see places.
Dubai is one of those must-see places. A hub for international travel and a magnet for sun-seekers and the well-heeled.

Beating the credit crunch
save money and still enjoy a revitalising break, something which many of us consider to be an essential part of life.ing to pound the capital's streets in the 2008 Flora London Marathon.

Clocks go back Autumn 2008 | Remember that the clocks go back by one hour on Sunday October 26, 2008
What does the clocks going back mean to you? Shorter, darker days is just the beginning for most of us

Top tips for travelling with children | by Maxine Clarke
Holiday Extras help to remove the stress of travelling with children - plan ahead and use our checklist

Britain's best beaches
Enjoying some beautiful balmy summer weather at last, many Brits will be planning a trip to the beach. But before you get your flip flops on, it's worth doing a bit of research so that you choose the right seaside experience for you.

Family things to do in London | The capital is brimming with seasonal events
As it gets chillier and the days get shorter, those of us with young families will want to plan some exciting escapes from the house.

August Bank Holiday Exodus
If you're not a fan of the wind whipping round your chops and sand nestling in your ears, you may well be one of the two million Brits expected to flee the country this August Bank Holiday.