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iv just recieved a letter saying i got £200 for a bed, £100 for bedding, £100 for clothing and £500 in thomas cook vouchers! so going to book somewhere tmoz, iv been looking at the hoseasons holiday park in skegness!! only £500 for 7 nites!! Smile x
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I applied for drivng lessons from the family fund and they said yes egyptian. I got a reply within 6 weeks, i started my lessons last week and ive got another tomorrow although im only using the simulator they wont let me loose on the streets yetNo
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Did the vouchers cover the cost of the full holiday or a portion of it please?
We were allocated money into the bank as have usually booked a privately rented caravan, so nothing wonderful. Plus our sons won't go in the site club due to noise, flashing lights etc...


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