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Virtual Reality Escape Room Game for Up to Five at Ex(c)iting Game (Up to 52% Off)
The game will allow to experience flying in zero gravity, require maximum interaction with each other and with the game’s mechanics.....
(was £60)
Avoncroft Museum Admisson for One or Two Adults or Family (Up to 53% Off)
Visitors to this outdoor site can view an array of historic buildings, visit the Edwardian Tea Room, and enjoy regular themed events...
(was £10)
Chocolate Making Class for Two at Into the Blue (Up to 53% Off)
Experience 150 minute chocolate making class and get to know how to prepare a it on your own; package of truffles to take home included...
(was £59)
Helicopter Flight with Chocolates and Bubbly for Two with Adventure 001
Couples can enjoy countryside views alongside chocolates and bubbly during this helicopter flight...
(was £69)
Great British Food Festival Entry, 23-24 September, Arley Hall and Gardens (Up to 32% Off)
Roam the gardens, attend chef demos, food challenges and artisan talks, and soak in the sounds of live music...
(was £19)
Soft Play Party with Animal Encounters for Ten Children at Millie Meerkats Playbarn (Up to 42% Off)
Meerkats, snakes and spiders can be seen during a soft play party for ten children; food included...
(was £75)


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Birmingham school boy lunch allergy death 'unlikely'

Jurors hear a pupil had a fatal allergic reaction that was unlikely to have been caused by his lunch.

Wolverhampton attacker had 'kill or be killed' delusions

Melvin James killed his sister and stabbed his mother before turning the knife on himself, an inquest hears.

Drugs gang who raped woman in revenge on rivals jailed

They abducted and raped a woman in revenge for the kidnap of an associate by a rival operation.

How 'Brit hero' helped Las Ramblas victim

Tourist Harry Athwal rushed to help a child hurt in the Barcelona attack.

Suspected slaves found in West Midlands restaurant raids

Two people have been arrested following the raids across the West Midlands.

Geoffrey Boycott: Former cricketer sorry for 'unacceptable' comment

Former England cricketer Geoffrey Boycott apologises for an "unacceptable" comment about West Indian cricketers.


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