There are a huge range of experiences you can treat someone to at BuyaGift - and among them are a number of gift subscriptions so you can send a loved one a gift even if they can't leave home.
Not only have they got gift subscriptions but they also have lots of online experiencescovering subjects such as Hobbies and Skills, Pet Care, Languages and Health and Wellbeing - so you can turn the winter weather and any lockdown restrictions to your advantage and discover something new!
Arts and crafts, cooking, education, photography, sign language, social media, blog creation, smartphone photography, wedding planning, gardening, flower arranging and floristry, fashion and beauty, party games - they are a whole host of them!
Red Letter Days have over 6,000 products to choose from on their website ranging from food and drink gift experiences (and now hampers) to adventure experiences, flying, driving, animal experiences, zoo experiences and more!
If you feel like a break, you could treat a loved one to a short break, be it in the countryside, in a city, glamping, an unusual break, a spa break or a break in a castle. They also have romantic breaks so if you want to treat that special person in your life to a night or two away, Red Letter Days short breaks could be for you.
I love the Wildlife Trusts. They are a grassroots movement of people from all sorts of backgrounds and they are on a mission: to restore a third of the UK’s land and seas for nature by 2030.
Each Wildlife Trust is an independent charity. Those involved (in whatever way) want to make a difference to wildlife, to nature, to our climate.
There are now 46 Trusts throughout the UK, from Alderney Wildlife Trust in the Channel Islands to the Scottish Wildlife Trust, from South and West Wales to Suffolk, from Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to Northumberland. So wherever you are, or wherever the nature lover in your life is, there should be a Wildlife Trust in their area you can tap into and get involved with.
The Wildlife Trusts together have over 870,000 members. There are 600 Trustees, over 32,500 volunteers and 2,500 staff. That’s a lot of people who care about nature and who want to make a positive difference. If we all work together and we are committed to making life better for nature and wildlife – and for people, too – we can achieve much.
Members are helping their Trust to look after wildlife and the natural places in their area, and they receive a welcome back, regular magazines and lots of information. It’s the sort of thing where you can get as involved as you want; if you are really manic with life, you can at least know that your membership is helping your Trust continue with its vital work.
Because each Trust is an independent charity, the memberships will vary on cost (most are about £3 a month) but generally they include a welcome pack of goodies, regular magazines full of news and features, access to beautiful nature reserves, talks, walks and events – these are a great way to meet fellow wildlife lovers who care about the natural world – and chances to campaign for wildlife.
It may be half price membership month at your local Wildlife Trust!
The good news is that in January, some Wildlife Trusts (but not all) have half price or memberships for the month, or an offer of some sort, so if you’ve been thinking about joining but not got round to it, this could be a great time to join.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust for instance has a half price offer on membership until 31 January 2022 if you’re paying by direct debit (there are T&Cs)