Driving Licence Explained

As you may have already seen in the news recently, the UK paper counterpart driving licence for all existing photocard driving licence holders is to be scrapped on the 8th June 2015.

The paper driving licence will no longer be issued by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) so if you renew or change your address details on your licence after June 8th…

By Sarah Anglim at 27 May 2015

Bit Great British Bee

According to Friends of the Earth our bees are in crisis as they have lost much of their natural habitat in the past 60 years and are under assault from pesticides and intensive farming. The UK has lost a shocking 20 species of bee and a further quarter, are on the red list of threatened species as 97% of our wild flower meadows have disappeared.

Bees pollinate 75% of our crop…

By Sarah Anglim at 14 May 2015

History Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport is the second largest airport in the UK flying to 200 destinations and can handle more than 40 million passengers a year. The airport has changed significantly over the last few years and we thought we would take a quick look back at how it all began and some of the history of the airport...

The name, Gatwick itself, dates back to 1241 when Richard de Warwick a…

By Sarah Anglim at 6 May 2015

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According to the Telegraph short breaks make people happier than one long holiday, and with two bank holidays in the month of May, it is the ideal opportunity to take advantage of the longer weekends and plan a quick trip abroad. We thought we would take a look at a selection of European city breaks ideal for the forthcoming bank holidays.

One of the most popular choices for a…

By Sarah Anglim at 27 Apr 2015

Holidaying

Travelling on your own can be both daunting and scary but going on holiday alone can be rewarding and exciting; an opportunity to make new friends and have an amazing adventure.

The number of people choosing to go on holiday by themselves has risen in the last few years. So whatever your reason for travelling on your own is; whether to find love, spend some time on your own o…

By Sarah Anglim at 15 Apr 2015

Apps People

It is hard to believe that the smartphone ‘app’ has only been around since 2008 and with the popularity of mobile apps continuing to rise and the dizzy array of apps available we, at I Love meet and greet thought we would take a look at a selection of travel apps.

Our customers are constantly telling us of the many apps they have found useful whilst on their holiday or busines…

By Sarah Anglim at 7 Apr 2015

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