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Save someone’s life by giving 10 minutes of your time

Posted by / June 13, 2019

We need more blood. Safe blood for all. That’s the theme of World Blood Donor Day 2019. It takes place on 14th June – hosted this year in Kigali, Rwanda – and has two simple aims: celebrate blood donors; encourage future donations of clean, quality assured blood. To save lives, health organisations require consistent access to a steady supply of clean blood. Every second someone, somewhere requires a life-saving blood transfusion. New donors are needed on a daily basis. What […]

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Membership perks: enjoy free access to GP 24/7

Posted by / May 23, 2019

Enjoy waiting for days on end to see your GP? No, you probably don’t. How about taking time off work so you can make your appointment? Or trekking into town at inconvenient times? GPs are brilliant. And we are so fortunate to have the NHS. But let’s face it. Trying to see your local GP can be a little frustrating – not to mention time-consuming. Waiting ten days for an appointment – the average wait time in England – isn’t […]

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Our Telephone Counselling & Helpline Service

Posted by / May 14, 2019

We understand that from time to time you might need a little extra support. At PG Mutual, it’s important to us that our members receive the support they need when they need it. That’s why we introduced a Telephone Counselling and Helpline Service as a membership benefit to our Premium and Standard Income Protection Plus plans. Our Telephone Counselling and Helpline Service is available day and night, 365 days a year. You can speak with a qualified counsellor and receive […]

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6 Tips to Get Your Finances in Order in Your 30’s & 40’s

Posted by / April 30, 2019

6 tips to get your finances in order in your 30s and 40s

With you twenties behind you, your thirties and forties have the power to define your financial fortunes not just for now, but for many years to come. You don’t want financial stresses to ruin what can be some of the happiest days of your life, nor do you want to kick the financial can down the lane for later years. Here are a few tips to grips with your finances through the fabulous thirties and forties. Make a will. Don’t […]

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A new take on New Year resolutions

Posted by / January 14, 2019

New Year Resolutions Blog from Agile Humans

This article is a guest post from the founders of Agile Human – a wellbeing specialist that helps individuals and organisations to become more productive, positive and energised. How many of us started last year with some New Year resolutions? Admit it. You’re one of them. And we’re going to bet that some of your resolutions were big, bold and juicy. Perhaps one had the potential to be truly life changing!   Everyone knows that person who was going to […]

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Save someone’s life by giving ten minutes of your time

Posted by / June 13, 2018

Give ten minutes of your time and you might just save someone’s life. Just one of the messages on the agenda for World Blood Donor Awareness Day 2018. You can save someone’s life by giving ten minutes of your time You don’t know them yet. In all likelihood you will never know them. But if you give ten minutes of your time you might just save someone’s life. Here’s how. Blood connects us all: not just a unifying truism, but […]

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Sponsee, Callum Shaikh, Takes on Snowdonia

Posted by / November 28, 2017

Since our last catch up with Sponsee, Callum Shaikh, in September, further progress on his preparation for World Challenge Nepal 2018 has taken place including working his way through his kit list of necessities and organising doctor’s appointments for his upcoming injections and medications. The main goal for Callum and his team’s preparation this autumn has been to try to recreate the natural conditions and challenges as closely as they’ll truly be when in Nepal. Working through difficulties that arise, […]

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Debt-ridden Late Millennials Unable to Save Any Money

Posted by / November 17, 2017

debt-ridden late millennials unable to save any money

Are you aged between 25 and 34 years old? Do you live in rented accommodation? New figures suggest you belong to one of the most financially fragile groups in the UK – and may be struggling to save any money for your future. It’s not easy being a late millennial… New research from Liverpool Victoria* suggests that adults aged between 25 and 34 are among the least financially resilient in the UK. 34% of people within this age bracket would […]

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