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We strongly reccomend a visit (from your mobile or tablet) to’s Winterlands site – most impressive.

As an alterrnative you can always check out the actual snow situation at one of Scotland’s leading ski areas at the  Glencoe Mountain resort.

It’s touch and go currently as to whether or not the facilities will be operational over the holiday period.

STATUS (Daily - check for updates)

We have lost the lower slopes but the poma uptrack is complete for access only. Middle and upper slopes still have good cover of soft snow.”

29/12/14 (am) – “Most runs on the mountain have a good cover of snow some a little thin and narrow in places. Upper mountain snow is firm but grippy with some scraped patches in high traffic areas.”

27/12/14 (pm) – “Poma, cliffy and Wall T-bar all expected to run tomorrow morning. The Groomers have been working hard and we hope to have the Main Basin T-Bar running by lunchtime.”

26/12/14 (am) - “We are going for a 10am start .. Plateau Poma piste involves a bit of combat skiing. Now the daylight has come in we have assessed the runs and unfortunately the wind has scoured huge areas, so Mugs Alley a no go. Tickets £20 adults and £15 kids.”

24/12/14 (pm) – “Heavy snow today has improved conditions on the hill. We expect to be able to offer some skiing on Boxing day. We won`t know how much until we get up the hill on the 26th.”

 Merry Christmas from and


Keep an “I” on our Week, Small Business Saturday edition

Our articles this week inevitably concentrsted on the spendfest both here & over there!

Whilst we have been out & about supporting our local retailers today we would remind everyone thst the campaign goes on beyond December 6 & of course encourages online activities as well as those uinvolving bricks mortar stalls and canpoies as well!

Small Business Saturday UK is well worth a visit, and we encourage you to download their Digital Pack.

We’ll leave you with their presentation:

Keep an “i” on our week – At the Races Edition

This week we produced our regular review of October’s Internet Retail Sales

Keep an “i” on our week, Blooming Early Winter edition

We had our regular monthly article on retail sales which shows them returning to all time highs again in September.

Our favourite violinist Lindsey Stirling released another of her impressive videos (Round Table Rival)a couple of weeks ago which we will leave you with:Incidentally her tour comes to the UK this week in London then Manchester.

Keep an i on our week, fall beck edition

It was definetly Apple‘s week & this included:

In addition to putting back our clocks, here in the UK tonight, the annual poppy appeal has got under way and we have already put on our poppy (Picture courtesy of the Royal British Legion)..

The Royal British Legion site is where you can find out about many of the activities which will be taking place and how you can support this years appeal which is aiming to raise £40 million.

An excellent start we, thought, with Joss Stone‘s recording of No Man’s Land (Green Fields of France) which is available we believe to download from 2 November but can already be pre-ordered NOW from all the usual suspects as well as the Poppy Shop:

We’ll leave you with the video

Keep an “I” on our week, Matilda edition

Our most popular articles this week were:

As there is at least some promotional work around concerning the Sun / ITV’s Good Morning Britain with their Take 10 or Read on Get On encouraging parents to read with/to their kids we thought we’d contribute with Roald Dahl‘s Matilda which can be read in full from most of your devices!

Keep an “I” on our week, Evergreen Westonbirt edition

Our most popular articles this week were:

And we still think that the Amazon fire tablet at 7,900p is good value!

We’ll leave you with a short extract of Classic fm’s charity single “Steadfast” which is doing rather well:
And here’s another preview to listen to (not sure why the full version is not available)!

Keep an I on our Week – Autumnal edition

Our most popular articles this week were:

Our favourite violinist is still  in Europe on her appropriately named Shatter Me  Tour – Today she’s in Helsinki

Keep an I on our Week, Ryder Cup Europe edition

Our most popular articles this week were:

As it’s Ryder Cup weekend we’ll leave you with the Gleneagles aerial film of all three courses and for the devotees, here’s a link to all 18 holes of the Centenary course from Golf Monthly

Keep an I on our Week, #indyref edition

Our top articles this week were:

Our Tech Rich List for 2014 continues to be popular, and Peek’s Vision still attracts many eyes.