Saturday 05 June 1999
HOME OWNERS wanting to keep a permanent record of their property will fall for The House History Book, a leather-bound tome in which all records about a home can be written down and kept. The book allows people to detail the history of their houses - for example, who lived there and what if any changes were made to the property. In the event of a move, it can then be left for the home's new owners to add their own observations.
The book also contains a separate wallet for warranties, guarantees and other technical information. It is available, price pounds 29.99 (inc p&p) from: Anton House Publishing, The Green, Thorpe Market, Norfolk, NR11 8TL. (01263 833494).
INVESTEC GUINNESS Flight, the fund management firm, is offering a 1 per cent discount off the typical 5 per cent initial charge on its five- strong smaller companies fund range. These include funds in the US, Europe, Japan and Asia. Minimum investment pounds 2,000. Call 0171-597 1800.
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