Last year Luke from Action on Hearing Loss asked if you’re fed up with noisy cafés, pubs and restaurants. Your response was overwhelming, so Luke is here again to tell us about their new campaign…
Go out or stay in? It’s the yearly dilemma I face each New Year’s Eve, and more often than not I’m now settling for the latter. What about you?
Action on Hearing Loss members are fed up with noisy cafés, pubs and restaurants – but it’s not just people with hearing loss who want quieter public places. Do you find dining out too loud to enjoy yourself?
We asked you if ticket prices have affected how often you go to see films. Plenty of you said they have, hardly surprising when some cinemas charge up to £15 a ticket – and that’s before popcorn and refreshments. (more about cinema prices …)
Are you put off going to the cinema due to the cost? Elicka is. She’s a student currently doing work experience at Which? – read why she won’t be watching the latest release on the silver screen.
A few months ago I went to a festival in Devon. Keeping with the festival spirit, we decided to camp in a picturesque campsite with reasonable rates. But there was a £200 ‘good behaviour bond’… are such bonds fair?
With the (mostly) beautiful weather we’ve been having there’s never been a better time to enjoy a staycation in the UK. But if circumstances intervene and you have to cancel a hotel room – can you?
Restaurant service charges are a bone of contention for our community, but what about extra charges at the bar? Have you ever checked your bar receipt to see whether an ‘optional’ service charge has been added?
It’s been a great summer of Ashes cricket so far. The sun’s been shining and England are up against the Aussies. But what happens if it rains at the remaining test matches? How would you get your money back?
New research into the cost of leisure activities has revealed that the cost of Premier League tickets has risen 198% over the last 10 years. Is top-class football getting beyond the means of traditional fans?
Are you tempted to join the 1.7 million passengers expected to head overseas in search of sunshine this weekend, or are you toughing it out and planning to enjoy a holiday at home, whatever the weather?
The thought of a free day out is very tempting, especially if you get to spend the day at an attraction that usually costs more than £100 for a family of four. But that free day out can quickly become rather expensive.
Towering 310m over London, the Shard is London’s newest, and certainly tallest, tourist attraction. But is it worth the £25 price tag? Today I took a trip up the Shard to find out.
Our expert panel rated Avebury in Wiltshire as one of the best heritage sites in the world, beating the pyramids of Egypt and the Taj Mahal for visitor experience. Do we take our extraordinary heritage for granted?