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Half-Day Canoe, Kayak or Paddle Boarding with Refreshments for One or Two at Bridge 8 Hub (Up to 46% Off)
Customers can enjoy canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding before relaxing with a hot chocolate and marshmallows by the fire pit...
£10
(was £18)
Helicopter Flight with Chocolates and Bubbly for Two with Adventure 001, Multiple Locations
Couples can enjoy countryside views alongside chocolates and bubbly during this helicopter flight...
£69
(was £69)
Round of Golf with Bacon Roll and Tea of Coffee for Two or Four at Cawder Golf Club
Customers can practice their putting skills with a round of golf followed by a bacon roll and tea or coffee at this Glasgow golf course...
£45
(was £74)
Two-Hour American or British Pool with Pizza and Fries for Two or Four at The Ball Room Sports Bar (Up to 51% Off)
Fans of the felt can enjoy a two-hour stint of the table top sport accompanied by pizza and fries...
£12
(was £24)
Quad Safari on Inchmurrin Island and Jet Ski Session for One or Two from Jetski Safari Loch Lomond (50% Off)
Thrill seekers can explore Inchmurrin island during this 30-minute quad bike safari, including a jet ski session to and from the island...
£59
(was £119)
Choice of Up to Three Supercars with Three Laps in Each Car at Supercardrive UK
Enjoy a number of laps in up to three supercars such as a Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera LP570 or Ferrari 458 Italia...
£49
(was £49)

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News

Snow causes travel chaos across Scotland

Police ask drivers to avoid the A82 around Glencoe Mountain Resort, where conditions are "hazardous".

Appeal after Stirling police officer forced to evade van

The officer, who was trying to speak to the van driver in Stirling, was forced to get out of the way.

Pushchair set on fire in Dundee close

Police condemn the "astonishingly reckless act" which caused extensive damage to a Dundee tenement.

Embarrassment makes women avoid smear tests, charity says

Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35 but a majority are not aware of the risk.

Small improvement for polluted streets

Air quality improves but the number of "pollution zones" remains static, say Friends of the Earth Scotland.

Solicitor 'revolt' at legal advice change

New rules that entitle anyone in police custody to legal advice will be unworkable, solicitors have warned.


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