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NFU Mutual has beaten some of Britain's biggest names to be shortlisted in four categories for the Insurance Fraud Awards.

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Spitfire flies over the Royal Welsh Show

The Game Fair 2016 is almost upon us. This year, the fair will be sponsored by both NFU Mutual and Viking Cruises. Working together with Viking Cruises, the NFU Mutual stand (F811) will be running a competition to win a pair of tickets aboard a Viking River Cruise from Budapest to Nuremberg along the romantic River Danube.

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There's less than two weeks to go until The Game Fair 2016 – one of summer’s social highlights, taking place in the stunning grounds of Ragley Hall. In its 58th year, the show brings together the very best of the British countryside. From those passionate about country pursuits to families looking for a fun-filled day out, the event promises to be a great day for everyone.

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When people talk about adding colour to their garden they are usually talking about creating a living canvas using plants and trees of different hues. There is, however, another way to add a layer of living colour to your garden by introducing plants and shrubs that will attract a mesmerising array of butterflies and daytime flying moths.

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Spitfire flies over the Royal Welsh Show

NFU Mutual has been attending The Royal Welsh Show for many years and we can honestly say it is one of the items on our shows and events plan that we really look forward to. Every year, there’s always something different to sample that you just don’t see elsewhere; this year a show from the Ukranian Cossacks is our pick of the more unique items on the action packed agenda.

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Nicki Whittaker

Going underground

Posted by on 14/07/2016

Before the arrival of temperature-controlled wine cabinets wine was always stored in cellars (and before that caves) to ensure the valuable contents were not exposed to extremes of temperature and humidity. A cellar provides an ideal environment in which wines can mature gracefully, away from light; however, occasionally, the very thing that makes cellars so perfect for storing wine can also pose a threat to your precious collection.

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