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Top UK holidays: Read before you book your trip to Skegness, Blackpool and Camber Sands

IF you’re planning a family holiday then don’t overlook the glorious getaways right on your doorstep. We’ve teamed up with hundreds of UK parks to give our readers bargain holiday…

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IF you’re planning a family holiday then don’t overlook the glorious getaways right on your doorstep.

We’ve teamed up with hundreds of UK parks to give our readers bargain holidays from £9.50.

Here’s our guide to the best picks in the much-loved areas of Blackpool, Skeggy and the Camber Sand seaside.

Skegness

Skegness offers classic attractions like sandy beaches and ice cream on the promenade

Alamy 3 Skegness offers classic attractions like sandy beaches and ice cream on the promenade

With its golden sands and fun for all the family, Skegness is one of the UK’s favourite holiday resorts. It’s part of 50 miles of breathtaking Lincolnshire coastline, with a host of attractions easily reached by car or public transport. Here are some of the parks you can stay at in the area.

The Richmond Holiday Centre

Music, dance and fun are all part of your holiday at The Richmond and the spacious entertainment centre provides a variety of family entertainment including live cabaret, comedy, family’s discos, bingo kids games and more.

For bird lovers and walkers, the park is situated just just three miles away from nature reserve Gibraltar Point and is only a 10-15 minute walk from the town centre.

Park Resorts Southview

The park is beautifully landscaped featuring a nine-hole golf course and two stocked fishing lakes. There’s an Indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, flume, sauna, gym and a family changing room. You can also pop into the Boathouse Bar &Restaurant or arcade and Showbar.

There is also a sparkling entertainment programme fun for the whole family. The children will have lots of fun on the playground, play park and multi sports court.

Plus, you can explore the local area including donkey rides on the beach and the lively seaside resort of Skegness only a short drive away.

Fantastic choice of caravan holiday homes including a choice to upgrade to models with double glazing and central heating

Butlin’s Skegness

A Butlin’s break is the perfect for family time together beside the sea. With so many facilities and entertainment indoor and out rain never stops play, making it the perfect family break whatever the weather.

Where else can you have a walk along the beach, visit the fairground, take a dip in Splash Waterworld and see a fantastic show all in one day?

Whether you are looking for character shows for tots, unique experiences for school age children or a programme full of talent for all ages, Butlin’s has something to make your whole family smile.

What is The Sun’s £9.50 holidays?

Our readers have enjoyed our fabulous breaks from £9.50 and with more holidays than ever before, there’s sure to be just the break that you’re looking for.

From just £9.50 per person you can holiday at 260 hotspots in the UK and throughout Europe including Austria, Croatia, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.

You can stay away for four nights on a midweek break or three nights at weekends in comfortable caravans, chalets, apartments, tents, lodges and even bungalows or cottages.

Simply download the Sun Savers app or visit sunsavers.co.uk to register and collect SIX Sun Savers codes or collect SEVEN token from The Sun.

Once you have your codes, you can book your holiday online. You’ll need to select four park choices and four start dates and your party details.

You can browse our full selection of park sites using the search facility.

Golden Palm Resort

Situated at Chapel St Leonards near Skegness, the Golden Palm Resort is an all round family park with fun for all ages.

The centre of attention in the evenings is the magnificent Club Tropicana where there is always a varied programme of live entertainment. The fabulous Theatre Bar will mix your favourite cocktail or you can enjoy a tasty bar meal.

Children are well looked after with their own programme of activities in Goldie’s Lounge Family Room along with our multi-age indoor play room.

The park also boasts outdoor play area’s, multi use games area and a tennis court. The Golden Palm arcade has all the latest video games, our floodlit crazy golf is always a family favourite too. Our indoor fun pool offers great fun for all the family complete with mini splash pool and hair raising flumes.

Accommodation at Golden Palm Resort is in superb modern caravan homes, all with fitted kitchens, separate bedrooms, bathroom and colour TV.

Golden Anchor Caravan Park

Conveniently situated next to the sand dunes on Trunch Lane in Chapel St. Leonards, Golden Anchor is the sister park to our main resort, Golden Palm.

Golden Anchor has a unique location only seconds away from the sandy beach of Chapel St. Leonards. The park has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, ideal for a peaceful family getaway.

You will find a vast array of unique shops, amusements, cafes and restaurants, along with a huge choice of family friendly bars and clubs offering fantastic live entertainment all within easy walking distance of the park.

Centrally located between the village centres of Chapel St. Leonards and Ingoldmells, Golden Anchor is an ideal base to explore the Lincolnshire coast.

Please note pets are not permitted at Golden Anchor Caravan Park.

Coastfields Holiday Village

Only four miles from Skegness, Coastfields Holiday Village is the perfect place to enjoy a traditional family caravan holiday.

The well equipped and modern holiday homes will meet your every requirement, with superb onsite facilities, including a heated indoor swimming pool with slide, supermarket, bars and arcades.

The whole family will be amazed by the live entertainment shows in the 500 seater showbar or you can simply relax in the licensed Aqua Lounge, also serving Starbucks coffee and tasty treats, and with free Wi-Fi available.

Blackpool

Iconic rides on a British beachfront are just some of the things to do on a family day out in Blackpool

Alamy 3 Iconic rides on a British beachfront are just some of the things to do on a family day out in Blackpool

Take in the sights from the dizzy heights of the Blackpool Tower Eye and it’s breath-taking SkyWalk or discover the depths of the scary yet funny Blackpool Tower Dungeon featuring amazing special effects and incredible actor-led show.

Haven Marton Mere

Look up and you can spot Blackpool Tower from this park – the bright lights and action are a few miles away. But sit beside the Mere and you’d never know it as you have the best of both worlds here.

The pool and sports facilities are perfect for family get-togethers – or beating dad at adventure golf. Because this park is nice and flat it’s also easy for everyone to get around.

There is always something to see and do for all ages, from your toddler seeing sand for the very first time and learning to swim in one of our swimming pools to you trying your hand at archery or simply relaxing whilst you’re entertained by one of the shows.

Camber Sands

Camber Sands based off the cost of Sussex offers a variety of things to do on and off park

Alamy 3 Camber Sands based off the cost of Sussex offers a variety of things to do on and off park

If you are looking for a beach holiday then look no further than Camber Sands.

With miles of sand dunes and fabulous golden sands, one of the best beaches in Britain is on your doorstep.

Parkdean Resorts Camber Sands

You can spend the day making sandcastles and splashing in the sea while staying at Parkdean Resorts.

But if you prefer pool rather than ocean, the resort boasts four pools and a flume as well as a spa bath, sauna and solarium.

There’s something for the kids too from crazy golf course to go karts, adventure playground and sports court.

After hard day’s work having fun and running round, you can put your feet up and watch the live evening family show.

Only by joining our Sun Savers scheme can you get early access to a wide selection of The Sun’s famous £9.50 holidays. Find out more here.

Get a real fiver every time you enter 28 codes from The Sun. Yes really. #sunsavers

 

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What The Apprentice winners are doing now (including one candidate who tried to SUE Lord Alan Sugar)

TEARS, tantrum and tons of Teflon suits… The Apprentice is back! Eighteen shiny new candidates have strutted into Lord Sugar’s boardroom to endure weeks of painful put-downs and embarrassing jibes …

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TEARS, tantrum and tons of Teflon suits… The Apprentice is back!

Eighteen shiny new candidates have strutted into Lord Sugar’s boardroom to endure weeks of painful put-downs and embarrassing jibes from the business mogul and his trusted associates, Karren Brady and Claude Littner.

 Lord Sugar and his trusted associates, Karen Brady and Claude Littner, are backBBC Handout Lord Sugar and his trusted associates, Karen Brady and Claude Littner, are back

While most hopefuls will be reduced to quivering wrecks after hearing the dreaded phrase, “You’re fired!”, one lucky victor will waltz into the sunset with a bumper cheque.

Speaking about the series return, Sir Alan, 70, said: “I need to see who’s got a good business brain, that’s all I’m interested in.  The winner gets a £250,000 investment and it will change someone’s life forever.”

But what happened to the previous champions? From becoming Botox queens to building multi-million pound empires and battling cancer, we catch up with the winners.

Lord Sugar will see you now!

SERIES ONE: TIM CAMPBELL

 Tim Campbell won the first series of The Apprentice in 2005PA:Press Association Tim Campbell won the first series of The Apprentice in 2005

Former London Underground transport manager Tim Campbell won the first series of the reality show in 2005.

The 40-year-old, from Stratford, London, bagged a £100,000 a year job at Lord Sugar’s Amstrad company, and was tasked with launching the Integra electronic anti-wrinkle device.

In March 2007, Tim – the son of a Jamaican-born single mum – set up a social enterprise called Bright Ideas Trust, which supports young entrepreneurs from disadvantaged backgrounds.

 Tim, who has battled testicular cancer, has now set up his own digital marketing agencyNews Group Newspapers Ltd Tim, who has battled testicular cancer, has now set up his own digital marketing agency  Tim was with former London Mayor Boris JohnsonPA Archive Tim was with former London Mayor Boris Johnson

“I never saw the Apprentice, Sir Alan’s position, as a job for life,” he told The Guardian. “It was on a plate for me but that wasn’t what it was about. I never saw him as a blank cheque.”

In December 2013, dad-of-two Tim revealed he had been battling testicular cancer.

After being given the all-clear, Tim, who has been awarded an MBE for Services to Enterprise Culture, co-founded Marketing Runner Ltd with Derin Cag, a bespoke digital marketing agency.

SERIES TWO: MICHELLE DEWBERRY

 Michelle Dewberry beat Ruth Badger to the winner's titlePA:Press Association Michelle Dewberry beat Ruth Badger to the winner’s title

Michelle Dewberry – dubbed the ‘Silent assassin’ by viewers thanks to her quiet determination – pipped favourite Ruth Badger to the winner’s title in 2006.

The 37-year-old blonde bombshell was paid £100k a year to launch Xenon Green, Lord Sugar’s computer equipment disposal project, but left the role after a year.

Michelle, who grew up on a council estate in Hull, went on to set up her own consultancy firm.

 Michelle worked for Sir Alan for a year before setting up her own consulting firmMichelle Dewberry Michelle worked for Sir Alan for a year before setting up her own consulting firm  Michelle had a spot on her face removed in 2014 after a biopsy revealed it was cancerousNews Group Newspapers Ltd Michelle had a spot on her face removed in 2014 after a biopsy revealed it was cancerous

In July 2006, The Sun revealed that she was pregnant by Syed Ahmed, a fellow Apprentice contestant.

Sadly, Michelle miscarried the baby after being admitted to hospital with stomach pains, and the pair spilt soon afterwards.

Michelle went on to become a Sky News TV pundit, run a shopping website called Daily Chic and penned an autobiography called Anything Is Possible.

In 2014 she had a spot on her face removed after a biopsy revealed it was cancerous.

SERIES THREE: SIMON AMBROSE

 Simon Ambrose won The Apprentice in 2007PA:Press Association Simon Ambrose won The Apprentice in 2007

Lord Sugar expected big things from Simon Ambrose.

The 37-year-old Londoner became a member of Mensa at 13,  attended the same school as Nick Clegg and is the son of a successful businessman – his dad owns laser eye surgery clinic, Optimax.

 Simon is now the chairman of the London Contemporary OrchestraPA:Press Association Simon is now the chairman of the London Contemporary Orchestra

After his win in 2007, the Cambridge graduate told Digital Spy: “Well, I’d like to think I’ve shown that a nice guy from a nice background sometimes can win.”

Simon was assigned a role at Lord Sugar’s property company Amsprop and trained as a surveyor before becoming the chairman of the London Contemporary Orchestra.

SERIES FOUR: LEE MCQUEEN

 Lee McQueen became Sir Alan's fourth apprenticePA:Press Association Lee McQueen became Sir Alan’s fourth apprentice

Lee McQueen went from being a milkman’s son to the owner of a million-pound firm.

The 39-year-old dad-of-three from Middlesex won the 2008 series despite lying about his university achievements.

Lee didn’t get off to the best of starts with Sir Alan after calling in sick to his first day as a development director at Lord Sugar’s Amscreen.

 Lee's firm makes £1.5 million a yearNews Group Newspapers Ltd Lee’s firm makes £1.5 million a year

Despite the setback, the former IT recruitment manager worked for the company for two-and-a-half years and went on to set up a digital media business with Lord Sugar’s son Simon.

In September 2010 Lee, who is now based in Oxfordshire, set up his own sales recruitment and training agency, Raw Talent Academy. The firm is expected to make £1.5million per year.

He is best remembered for his catchphrase: “That’s what I’m talking about!”

SERIES FIVE: YASMINA SIADATAN

 Yasmina Siadatan poses with Sir Alan after her win in 2009PA:Press Association Yasmina Siadatan poses with Sir Alan after her win in 2009

Hull-born Yasmina Siadatan landed a high-flying job at Lord Sugar’s Amscreen Healthcare Company following her win in 2009.

However, the 36-year-old former restaurant owner fell pregnant four months into her £100k-a-year role after enjoying a whirlwind romance with a colleague.

 Yasmina decided not to return to her job with Sir Alan after her maternity leaveBBC Yasmina decided not to return to her job with Sir Alan after her maternity leave

Yasmina worked for Sir Alan for 12 months but chose not to return after her maternity leave.

After taking time off to have her two sons Rupert and Roman, Yasmina was headhunted by former Dragon’s Den star James Caan and now works as creative director of Start Up Loans.

SERIES SIX: STELLA ENGLISH

 Stella English celebrates her win with Lord Sugar in 2010PA:Press Association Stella English celebrates her win with Lord Sugar in 2010

Stella English was brought up by her great-aunt on a council estate in London and left school with zero qualifications.

However, the ambitious 37-year-old managed to work her way up to the head of business management at a Japanese investment bank – earning £80,000-a-year – before winning The Apprentice in 2010.

 Stella grew up on a council estate and left school with no qualificationsPA:Press Association Stella grew up on a council estate and left school with no qualifications

Stella, who lives in Kent with her husband Ray, went on to work for Lord Sugar’s Viglen, which sells IT solutions to the education sector, before moving to the digital TV service YouView.

She walked out after 13 months of employment when told her contract would not be renewed and claimed she was just an ‘overpaid lackey’.

 She unsuccessfully tried to sue Lord Sugar claiming she was an News Group Newspapers Ltd She unsuccessfully tried to sue Lord Sugar claiming she was an “overpaid lackey”

After unsuccessfully trying to sue Lord Sugar for constructive dismissal, she was later pictured at the Jobcentre and revealed she only had £90 in the bank.

Stella is now a host for Crowd Box – a TV channel that helps entrepreneurs raise money through crowd-funding – and works as a management consultant.

Trailer for new series of The Apprentice puts viewers in firing line of Lord Alan Sugar

SERIES SEVEN: TOM PELLEREAU

 Tom Pellereau was given £250k business investment by Lord SugarPA:Press Association Tom Pellereau was given £250k business investment by Lord Sugar

Geeky Tom Pellereau became the first contestant to win a £250,000 investment as part of the format shake-up.

The 36-year-old inventor from Twyford, Hampshire, went into business with the tycoon developing an S-shaped nail range called Stylfile, which was sold at Tesco and Asda supermarkets.

 Tom developed an S-shaped nail range called StylfileNews Group Newspapers Ltd Tom developed an S-shaped nail range called Stylfile

Their company has made a turnover of £1.5million.

Tom, a former mechanical engineering student, went on to develop a collapsible baby bottle, a bowel cancer screening device and other inventions.

He admitted that he “gets shouted at all the time” by Lord Sugar.

SERIES EIGHT: RICKY MARTIN

 Ricky Martin celebrates his win with Lord Sugar over a glass of champagne in 2012PA:Press Association Ricky Martin celebrates his win with Lord Sugar over a glass of champagne in 2012

Ricky Martin – who changed his named from Richard in order to emulate the pop star – won the reality series in 2012.

The 33-year-old former pro-wrestler used Sir Alan’s £250,000 investment to set up Hyper Recruitment Solutions, which specialises in scientific recruitment.

The qualified biochemist from Portsmouth was praised as a “glowing example” to young people by his business  mogul mentor.

SERIES NINE: LEAH TOTTON

 Leah Totton injected £250k into a Botox businessPA:Press Association Leah Totton injected £250k into a Botox business

Leah Totton beat off baker Luisa Zissman to  bag Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment.

The 29-year-old Irish GP injected the bumper sum in setting up a Botox clinic in central London.

Leah’s clients include a host of famous faces such as TOWIE star Frankie Essex, and Karren Brady attended the launch.

 The 29-year-old is yet to give Sir Alan a jabNews Group Newspapers Ltd The 29-year-old is yet to give Sir Alan a jab

Blonde bombshell Leah, who has been linked to Apprentice candidate Mark Wright, said she’s yet to encourage Sir Alan to go under the knife.
She joked: “Whenever he pops into our clinic, I offer him Botox treatments but he politely declines.”

SERIES TEN: MARK WRIGHT

 Mark Wright won the show in 2014PA:Press Association Mark Wright won the show in 2014

The bitter rivalry between Mark Wright and Daniel Lassman became an almost Game of Thrones-esque drama in 2014.

The 27-year-old sales manager came out victorious and went on to launch digital marketing website Climb Online with Lord Sugar’s investment.

Mark admits he often gets confused with his TOWIE namesake.

He joked: “I’m the better looking of the two Mark Wrights! That’s the one thing I’ve got in my favour.

“But I can’t get my b***** Twitter verified because they think I’m a bloody account off the other geezer off TOWIE!”

SERIES ELEVEN: JOSEPH VALENTE

 Joseph toasts his victory with Sir AlanPA:Press Association Joseph toasts his victory with Sir Alan

Who could forget Joseph Valente’s dodgy moustache?

Despite his questionable facial hair, the 27-year-old plumber stormed to victory.

He declared: “I am the definition of success. I’m the godfather of business.”

 Plumber Joseph is the reigning championPA:Press Association Plumber Joseph is the reigning champion

Joseph used the £250k investment to expand his business, which maintains and installs plumbing, heating and electrical products.

He plans to bring the Peterborough-based business to London in the next five years and take on the likes of British Gas.

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Best Christmas jumpers 2017 – from ASOS and Sainsbury’s to Primark and ASDA

NOTHING says Christmas like finding the brightest and most colourful festive jumper you can and wearing it with pride. But if you’re not sure where to look to find the perfect Christmas knit,…

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NOTHING says Christmas like finding the brightest and most colourful festive jumper you can and wearing it with pride.

But if you’re not sure where to look to find the perfect Christmas knit, here’s our guide to the best Christmas jumpers on the high street and online.

 Shops all over the high street and online are starting to stock their Christmas jumper rangesPrimark Shops all over the high street and online are starting to stock their Christmas jumper ranges

PRIMARK

The high street chain revealed its entire festive jumper range that will be available for shoppers stocking up for parties or the big day itself.

Their Christmas offerings start at £12 and include jumpers with snowmen, gingerbread men, robins, reindeer, baubles and decorated trees.

One of our favourites is this sassy black number with the slogan “Everyday I’m sleighing it.”

While for men, what about this candy cane and Christmas tree design?

 One of Primark's festive jumpers that has been a hit with shoppersPrimark One of Primark’s festive jumpers that has been a hit with shoppers  For men, Primark has released this candy cane and Christmas tree print designPrimark For men, Primark has released this candy cane and Christmas tree print design

SAINSBURYS

It’s not just the adults that want a piece of the Christmas jumper action.

And Sainsburys is selling this sweater for fans of the Star Wars movies.

 Star Wars fans will love this festive knitwear from SainsburysTU Star Wars fans will love this festive knitwear from Sainsburys

Featuring a stormtrooper wearing a Santa hat, it reminds us the force is always with us, even at Christmas.

GEORGE AT ASDA

After eating their Christmas dinner, some families like nothing better than to sit down to an afternoon of board games.

 This Christmas jumper is clothing that doubles as a gameGeorge This Christmas jumper is clothing that doubles as a game

But this festive jumper from George at Asda, means you can combine looking good with having a good time with your relatives.

All you have to do is throw the sprout and try and hit the bullseye1

AMAZON

 Game of Thrones fans will love this jumper inspired by the showAmazon Game of Thrones fans will love this jumper inspired by the show

Know a Game of Thrones fan? Well this could be the perfect Christmas jumper for them.

Available in a variety of colours, the slogan is apt for the cold festive season.

ASOS

ASOS are known for their wacky and often cheeky clothing.

And this Christmas jumper is perfect for people hoping to get lucky under the mistletoe.

 Hoping to get lucky under the mistletoe? You could try wearing this T-shirtAsos Hoping to get lucky under the mistletoe? You could try wearing this T-shirt  ASOS are also selling this flamingo jumper with matching shortsAsos ASOS are also selling this flamingo jumper with matching shorts

Or if you fancy something totally wild, how about this festive flamingo sweater that also comes with matching shorts.

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How to track Santa with Google and Norad and how long until Father Christmas will be starting his journey

KIDS across the globe are already excitedly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus later this month, but did you know you can track his journey? Here’s how you can follow the man in red’s …

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KIDS across the globe are already excitedly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus later this month, but did you know you can track his journey?

Here’s how you can follow the man in red’s path to Britain on Christmas Eve, and when the countdown begins…

 You can track Santa's progress on Christmas Eve, on the Norad and Google websitesGetty – Contributor You can track Santa’s progress on Christmas Eve, on the Norad and Google websites

How can I track Santa with Norad?

The Norad programme (North American Aerospace Defense Command) has been offering a way for kids to track Father Christmas in his sleigh since 1955.

Today, it provides users with an exact GPS location of Santa’s position – through a fun, interactive tool on its website.

But the tradition was started by accident, when a local advertisement inviting kids to call Santa accidentally misprinted the number.

The number they called put them through to Norad’s Commander-in-Chief’s operations hotline.

 Norad has been helping kids track Father Christmas' sleigh since 1955Norad Norad has been helping kids track Father Christmas’ sleigh since 1955

Colonel Harry Shoup, who later became affectionately known as Santa Colonel, answered the first of these calls.

He gamely asked his staff to check if there was any indication of Father Christmas’ movements on the radar.

A spokesman explained: “Indeed there were signs of Santa, and children who called in were given an update on Santa’s position. Thus, the tradition was born.”

Colonel Shoup’s staff were instructed to continue to give out information of Santa’s movements in future calls.

The Norad tracker is also available through the Apple, Android and Windows phone app stores.

 Google also has its own Santa tracker - which is currently counting down to Christmas EveGoogle Google also has its own Santa tracker – which is currently counting down to Christmas Eve

How can I track Santa with Google?

Google also runs its own Santa tracker, which was set up in 2005.

The search engine’s Santa’s village opened on December 1 – offering festive games and fun.

It’s set up in the form of an advent calendar, with a new game or experience being unveiled every day until Christmas.

You can check Google’s tracker on this website, or download it on the Android app and for Android TV – but it’s not available in the iOS app store.

 Your kids can track Santa's progress throughout December 24 - just make sure they're in bed before he comes down the chimneyGetty – Contributor Your kids can track Santa’s progress throughout December 24 – just make sure they’re in bed before he comes down the chimney

How long is it until Father Christmas starts his journey?

Santa’s sleigh sets off in the morning of December 24 – when it will already be later on Christmas Eve in some countries.

Until then, both websites are providing a Santa tracker countdown.

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