Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Architectural Visits

Open House London celebrates all that is best about the capital’s buildings, places and neighbourhoods. Every September, it gives a unique opportunity to get out and under the skin of London’s amazing architecture, with over 700 buildings of all kinds opening their doors to everyone – all for free. The dates for 2013 are 21 & 22 September. The full programme has details and opening times of all buildings and events.  .........and tell them we sent you.
Maybe a chance to find some of those elusive interiors and capture them for ReelStreets.
This information from; Consumer Action Group
And this month’s newsletter contains articles on;

Treated unfairly by your Payday loan lender? Complain to the FOS!!
CPP mis-selling: Payback time is here
ATOS appeals: GP's charging £130!!
Set your own credit card terms!!!
Tesco 'half-price' offer exposed
Hello, I'm a burglar, can I sell you some home insurance?
Bank account switching service to launch in September
Co-op removes customer guarantee
Warning over 'flash-for-cash' car accident insurance scam
British Gas- another horror story
Furniture stores use fake prices, says OFT
Move over or it's £100 fine
Golden Eye 'illegal' download scam
The best and worst car insurers
Learner drivers warned about extra charges
Winter's coming - Warm Home Discount
BBC responsible for over 10% of all criminal prosecutions in Magistrates Courts
Amazing information  and interesting money-saving articles from CAG, the Consumer Action Group

The Consumer Action Group is a UK organisation that campaigns for customer rights, particularly for the recovery of unfair charges imposed by UK banks on their customers and assists individuals in reclaiming charges

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Dulcima, loaded by Russel Groves

Story of a pretty girl meetinga  rich grumpy old man. In my dreams! Anyway, enough of my fantasies, Russell has done splendid work, thirty then shots and a full matching set of thirty now shots. Bingo, full house, snap and other expressions of achievement. Dig out your favourite films, pull the thens, try and find comparative nows and send them in. Dulcima, John Mills, Bernard Lee, 1971, just over forty years ago, and it seems like yesterday. Ah, nostalgia, films and movie locations, what would we do without them. Well done Russell.