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Avoid Yeadon office, the reviews don't apply to them. Extremely disappointing.

Well I expected better from Althams, and I have been very let down by them. In a nutshell, I booked a break with a friend a few months ago and was not told that we would lose the deposit. I did not receive any documents which told me this - not even the full booking conditions. Unfortunately the break had to be cancelled. I went into the Yeadon store and was told we would lose the deposit but without any explanation - just told that they could actually charge us a further £50 but chose not to! And said that repeatedly when I asked to be shown where it stated the deposit would be lost. I was then shown a document which did not even mention forfeiture of deposits at all, with the feeble 'excuse' that this document explained the loss of deposit. Then some woman in the corner started chipping in, nothing at all to do with her - and I had to politely ask if it was okay for me to just deal with the woman I was dealing with! I did of course take this up with regional managers who basically refused anything at all, no refund, no gesture of goodwill, nothing. When I told them this was unacceptable, I was ignored. I see that Althams are highly rated but assume that must be a different office, it can't be Yeadon - the staff are useless. I will not be letting this go until I get a fair response. Avoid.

Date of experience : 01 June 2024

Lynsey and staff at the Horsforth…

Lynsey and staff at the Horsforth branch had always been very friendly and helpful whenever we enquired about any holiday destination. All we need to do is decide where to go. They will sort out everything from booking to checking in and print out relevant documents. We would definitely recommend them.

Date of experience : 14 April 2024

Big shout out to Ruth Whittlestone what…

Big shout out to Ruth Whittlestone what a professional friendly personable lady she is. Found just what I was looking for in a holiday for myself and family took the time to listen came back with several choices. Cant thank you enough Ruth. An absolute credit to Althams. Because of you my first port of call booking future holidays will be Althams. Thank you so much. Maureen Johnson and family.

Date of experience : 18 March 2024

Reply from Althams Travel Services Limited

Thank you for your lovely comments. We're so happy to hear that are satisfied with the service received from Ruth. We hope you have a fabulous holiday! Thank you for booking with Althams Travel and we hope to hear from you again soon.

Excellent Service

Having told ourselves we did not need a travel agent for a routine Package holiday we called at Althams in Otley for some advice on a holiday in Kefalonia. We received a warm welcome from Karhryn the manager whose help and advice was invaluable so we booked there and then! Just helpful advice and no hard sell guided us to exactly what we wanted. She also sorted out a future more complex trip for us. If you need any help with holiday planning without any unwanted sales pressure call in at this branch.

Date of experience : 15 February 2024

Thank you for your lovely comments. We're so happy to hear that are satisfied with the service received from our Otley branch. We hope you had a fabulous holiday. Thank you for booking with Althams Travel and we hope to hear from you again soon. Kind regards, Althams Travel.

Excellent service at the otley branch

Excellent service at the otley branch. They went above and beyond helping me with my holiday, I didn’t know where I wanted to go but they gave me amazing advice. They booked everything for me even my airport parking thank you so much. Highly recommend x

Date of experience : 06 January 2024

We are happy to hear that you are satisfied with the service you received from our Otley branch. We will pass your kind comments on to the team. Thank you for booking with Althams Travel and we hope to see you again soon Kind regards, Althams Travel.

Excellent Customer Service

Excellent Customer Service The team at the Brigg branch have been brilliant. They have helped us with everything from a big family holiday with a disabled guest through to a romantic break in Rome. We can't recommend them highly enough, we look forward to using them again soon.

Date of experience : 20 October 2022

Chan family

I recently had the pleasure of booking a holiday with Ruth Whittlestone at Althams travel and I must say, it was one of the best decisions I've made. From the moment we contact Ruth, she was professional, attentive and went above and beyond to plan our dream holiday. Everything was organised to perfection and ran like clockwork, making our trip stress-free and enjoyable. the destinations of Hong Kong and Thailand were absolutely amazing, and we have Ruth to thank for curating such a memorable experience. Her attention to detail and personal touch made all the difference. I cannot thank Ruth enough for all the hared work she put into planning our holiday, and I will definitely be using her services again in the future. I highly recommend Ruth and Althams travel for anyone looking to plan their next adventure. Thank you, Ruth, for the holiday of a lifetime!

Date of experience : 19 January 2024

Thank you for your lovely comments. We're glad you had an enjoyable trip and that you are satisfied with the service received from Ruth. Thank you for booking with Althams Travel and we hope to hear from you again soon. Kind regards, Althams Travel.

You will not be disappointed using this travel agency

I would high recommend using this Denton travel agency so much because they go above and beyond !! to help and to give you the right advice...I lovely lady called Sally help to ease my worries and anxiety about me travelling to Australia on my own ..I just can't thank sally enough for everything she has done for me today ..all of the staff are lovely and so friendly and willing to do their very best for you . I'm looking forward to spending time with my family in Australia and hopefully in getting my permanent visa..wish me luck 🙂

Date of experience : 03 January 2024

That's great to hear that you are satisfied with the service you received when booking your solo trip to Australia. We thank you for booking with us and wish you all the best for your future in Australia kind regards, Althams Travel.

I have just returned from a cruise booked in the Otley branch, my husband has special health requirements and the staff organised full assistance throughout and ensured that the whole holiday ran smoothly. 100% recommend

Date of experience : 05 December 2023

Thank you for your lovely comments we will pass this on to our Otley branch. Thank you for booking with Althams Travel kind regards, Althams Travel.

Amazing friendly service

I always book my holidays with the ladies in the Otley branch. They are always so helpful and knowledgeable to find me the perfect break! Wouldn't go anywhere else, thank you so much x

Date of experience : 01 December 2023

Thank you for your lovely comments & continued loyalty. We will pass this on to our Otley branch. Thank you for booking with Althams Travel kind regards, Althams Travel.

Would definitely recommend!!!

The lady I did my booking with was very helpful and attentive to my needs, she showed me any deals that worked with my budget as well as an appropriate hotel and travel for my holiday.

Date of experience : 22 September 2023

Thank you for your lovely comments and thank you for trusting us to book your holiday. We hope to see you again soon kind regards, Althams Travel.

Booked my family holiday with the Colne…

Booked my family holiday with the Colne branch. Excellent help from start to finish, great customer service and would definitely book with them again!

Date of experience : 03 July 2023

Thank you Emily for your lovely comments. We will pass this on to our Colne branch. Kind regards, Althams Travel.

great from start to finish

We have just returned from a fantastic 10 day vacation which we booked with Sharon at the Ramsbottom office she was very professional and knowledgeable of our requirements. I would definitely use Sharon again and have no problem recommending Althams at Ramsbottom

Date of experience : 20 September 2023

Thank you for your lovely comments and thank you for booking with us kind regards, Althams Travel.

Used althams for a few years now

Used althams for a few years now , and I find it so easy to get sorted with a holiday . Me and my daughter are always pleased .The staff are very friendly and go out of there way to help .

Date of experience : 05 August 2023

Thank you for your lovely comments Nigel. Thank you for booking with us kind regards, Althams Travel.

Do not book with this company

DO NOT BOOK WITH THIS COMPANY. THE OTLEY OFFICE IS RUN BY PEOPLE THAT FIND IT FUNNY WHEN SOMEONE HAS A ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT. THE MANAGER OF THE OTLEY BRANCH WENT OUT OF HER WAY TO TREAT US BAD To give context - Myself and my partner were parked just along from this store. We are both disabled badge holders. Whilst stationary, a heavy goods vehicle crashed into the side of our car. The manager of Althams who’s initials are K.A then felt it appropriate to come out and shout at us about how we shouldn’t even be parked there as it says keep clear. We were actually parked behind the keep clear and weren’t blocking and entries / exits. Althams are also not in charge of policing the roads, they’re there to sell holidays. When I asked what negative impact we were having on their business, they couldn’t answer because they knew they were in the wrong. A shop keeper a couple of doors down made us aware that he’d had his car hit in that spot 4 times and that each time, Althams staff were rude and nasty to him. It doesn’t set a good example for your company when you have a bunch of 50 odd year old women all belittling and berating people in the street over something that doesn’t concern them or their business. I’m sure it isn’t in their contact of employment to police the traffic and to try and tell disabled badge holders where they can and can not park. A lot of disabilities are hidden and the way these women spoke to us and treated us had a bad impact on us. We were clearly shook up and yet this was the moment all 3 shop workers of Althams thought it appropriate to laugh loudly in our faces & belittle us because in their opinion we shouldn’t have been there. I admit it got my back up and sue to the sheer embarrassment, the stress they caused, the humiliation and the upset, I did start shouting back at them. They then tried to turn it all on us. We were the victims of an RTA and yet they couldn’t even ask if we were ok or were hurt. We’d like to thank the businesses either side of Althams who were very kind, empathetic, made sure we were ok and offered help. SHAME ON ALTHAMS STAFF. I will not recommend them.

Date of experience : 13 June 2023

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Is there really a “best” day to book a flight?

There’s long been a myth that Tuesdays are the day to book airfare if you want the lowest price and that prices surge on weekends — but that’s not necessarily true, according to experts.

Google published an analysis in 2022 found that when shopping for flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays rather than Saturdays or Sundays, prices are only 1.9% cheaper on average. A Google Flights spokesperson told USA TODAY that this holds true as of June 2024.

According to both Hopper and Google Flights, there’s no point in waiting for any specific day to book a flight since the difference in cost is only marginal.

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“We tested this out and looked at the best day of the week to book for a number of popular trips and Tuesday was the cheapest day just 1% of the time,” Hayley Berg, Hopper’s lead economist, told USA TODAY. “The best price might be available on Tuesday – but it might be available on another day of the week.”

Meanwhile, Expedia’s 2024 Air Travel Hacks report published in September 2023 had a surprisingly different take: “Sunday remains the cheapest day of the week to book flights, while Fridays are most expensive. On average, travelers saved up to 13%.”

According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), flights from major airports in the U.S. cost 29% more on average this year than they did in 2021, so any savings on airfare could make a huge difference.

And there are plenty of other factors other than the day of the week you book your flight that impact the price point more.

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“While everyone wants a golden rule for the best day of the week to book a flight – the reality is that the best day, and time, to book a flight depends on a number of factors,” Berg shared.

One of Berg’s top tips is to book in advance and don’t wait until the last minute.

Using tools such as Hopper or Capital One Travel can help people monitor flight prices in an easy and effective way. Berg recommends trying to book domestic flights one to three months prior to the departure date, and international flights between four and five months before departure.

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“Don’t leave booking too late; prices can increase by hundreds in the final weeks before departure,” she said.

Expedia’s report reflected similar findings, noting that those who purchase airfare for domestic flights 28 days in advance pay on average 24% less than last-minute bookings.

However, the day you fly out is more important than the day you book your flight.

Choosing a flight that departs in the middle of the week rather than the weekend can help travelers get cheap airfare — saving people on average 18% on domestic summer airfare, Hopper found.

Mid-week savings are even more for international fare, with people deciding to fly to Europe this summer on a Tuesday or Wednesday saving $435 per ticket, according to Hopper.

Google Flights found similar data, with flights departing on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday being on average 12% cheaper than flights on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

So book your flights whenever you want, but you might want to opt for a mid-week departure.

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NDP MP who's rarely on Parliament Hill billed taxpayers for travel with family over Christmas

Niki ashton billed taxpayers for $17k trip to meet 'stakeholders' over the christmas break.

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An NDP MP who frequently joins parliamentary proceedings remotely from her riding billed the House of Commons for a trip she took to reportedly meet with "stakeholders" over the Christmas holidays in Quebec — travel that included bringing her husband and kids along at taxpayers' expense.

Parliamentary travel records indicate NDP MP Niki Ashton was only in Ottawa on one occasion for four days during the fall 2022 sitting.

But on Dec. 21 of that year, Ashton flew from Thompson, Man. to Ottawa — five days after the House of Commons had already risen for its Christmas break.

Ashton's partner Bruce Moncur, a former NDP nomination candidate, and their two children also made the trip with the MP to the nation's capital.

Then, on Christmas Day, 2022, the family of four travelled to Quebec City. Ashton billed the Commons for some of the expenses they incurred along the way.

Social media posts show Moncur and the children took in some of Quebec City's winter attractions, including an ice slide and snow tubing at Village Vacances Valcartier outside the city centre.

Ashton is also seen in those posts skating with her children and visiting the city's German Christmas Market.

In an Instagram post, Ashton thanked "progressive activists" for sharing their "inspiring work."

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The trip cost taxpayers $17,641.12, including $13,619.90 for airfare and other transportation, $2,508.39 for accommodations and $1,512.83 for meals and other incidentals, according to Commons records.

Ashton justified billing taxpayers for the trip by claiming she was going to the provincial capital to "attend meetings with stakeholders about business of the House" over the holidays, according to House of Commons travel records.

Ashton's office referred inquiries about the travel to a party spokesperson.

Reached by phone Wednesday, an NDP spokesperson said Ashton was in Quebec City "to discuss language priorities" because she's the party's critic for official languages and needed to "find out things she needs to prioritize."

Ashton also "met with a union person," the spokesperson said.

On Dec. 30, 2022, Ashton, Moncur and their children then travelled to Montreal. Ashton again cited "meetings with stakeholders" as the reason for claiming expenses.

The NDP spokesperson said Ashton was again engaging with people about "linguistic issues" while in the province's biggest city.

The family returned to Ottawa on New Year's Eve before flying home to Thompson early in the new year.

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NDP MP Niki Ashton pressed on family Christmas trip on taxpayer dime

At a press conference on another matter on Thursday, Ashton was asked repeatedly who she met with while in Quebec.

Ashton would only say that it was "various people" who are "connected to the issue of French language, French culture preservation." She said she wanted to get feedback on an overhaul of the Official Languages Act from unnamed groups.

Asked if she regretted the Christmas season trip, Ashton said the travel was approved by Commons administration and her job involves "travel and meeting with stakeholders, engaging with stakeholders."

NDP MP Niki Ashton justified billing taxpayers for a Christmastime trip to Quebec by claiming she was going to Quebec's capital to "attend meetings with stakeholders about business of the House" over the holidays

The NDP spokesperson said Ashton "paid out of pocket" for some additional expenses incurred on statutory holidays like Christmas Day.

The spokesperson added that some of the trip expenses were related to the family staying at a hotel while in Ottawa — and not at her second residence in the city — because her apartment was being treated for bed bugs.

The spokesperson said Ashton is in Ottawa less often than some of her colleagues because she's the mother of two young children and participating virtually — which is permissible under the rules — is a better fit for her schedule.

In a media statement sent to CBC News, Alana Cahill, the party's director of communications, said Ashton is "a strong representative for the people of northern Manitoba" who "sometimes travels to other parts of the country in order to meet with experts and advocates on the infrastructure challenges facing northern, rural communities and for work related to her critic portfolios."

"House of Commons rules allow members of Parliament to travel for parliamentary business. Niki followed all the rules and the House of Commons approved her travel expenses," Cahill added.

'It smells really fishy' - CTF director

Franco Terrazzano is the federal director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, a group that advocates for lower taxes and more accountable government. He said Ashton's travel "looks really bad and it smells really fishy."

"If Ashton doesn't want Canadians to think that she billed taxpayers so she could take a vacation to Quebec over the holidays, then she better have a very good explanation, a very concrete explanation as to what value, if any, taxpayers actually got from this trip," Terrazzano told CBC News.

He said "ordinary Canadians" are struggling with the cost of living and they get frustrated seeing MPs charge for substantial travel expenses.

"Did taxpayers get more than $17,000 in value out of this trip? Maybe she could have saved taxpayers a whole bunch of money by picking up the phone instead — especially if Ashton is already Zooming into the parliamentary procedures," he said.

Terrazzano said there needs to be greater oversight of MP travel expenses and he's calling for some sort of "review" of what's allowable under the rules to prevent abuse.

Nearly $10,000 for a trip to Windsor

On another trip in May 2023, Ashton travelled — again with Moncur and her kids — to Windsor, Ont. where Moncur grew up and went to school and university.

The six-day trip to Windsor happened as Ashton was travelling infrequently to Ottawa for parliamentary proceedings.

Travel records suggest she was physically in the nation's capital for fewer than 30 days — including some weekends — over the first six months of 2023.

The Commons sat for 70 weekdays over the same time period.

Unlike senators, MPs can participate in debate and committee meetings virtually under pandemic-era rules that were made permanent in 2023.

The Windsor trip cost taxpayers $9,748.03 — all of it for airfare. Ashton did not charge for any accommodations or incidentals.

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Ashton flew there to "attend meetings about constituency issues," according to the Commons travel records.

The NDP spokesperson said Ashton was in Windsor to meet with people associated with a "soccer recreation centre," to learn about "federal funding to create some soccer opportunities in northern Manitoba for Indigenous folks."

Ashton has in the past encouraged the federal government and FIFA, soccer's governing body, to invest more money so that more Indigenous youth can play the game.

While in Windsor, Ashton also travelled across the border to Detroit to meet with Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Talib, the NDP spokesperson said.

Rules allow MPs to take family on some official trips

The Commons' travel system allocates a certain number of points to an MP each year for travel.

But each trip must have "a specific purpose of travel and be for the purpose of the fulfilment of the Member's parliamentary functions," the Commons rules say.

The rules loosely define "parliamentary functions" as activities "relating to the proceedings and work of the House of Commons and activities undertaken in representing his or her constituency or constituents."

The rules do stipulate that "parliamentary functions" do not include "activities related to the private interests of a member or a member's immediate family."

The points can be used by a member to travel between Ottawa and their constituency, for travel within their constituency and for travel from Ottawa or the constituency to their provincial or territorial capital.

Some of the points can also be used for what the Commons calls "special trips" — other trips within Canada.

An MP can allocate some of their points to cover the travel costs of a "designated traveller" chosen by them — typically a spouse. An MP's dependents are also eligible to have some of their travel covered.

The rules stipulate that designated travellers and dependents can use points to "reunite" with an MP at their Ottawa residence or "at another location where the member is carrying out parliamentary functions."

Under the rules, MPs, designated travellers and dependents can travel in business class if the flight is more than two hours long.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Grottaglie, Italy on Wednesday, June 12, to attend the G7 Summit. Trudeau has been roundly criticized for his use of taxpayers' funds for personal travel.

Terrazzano said MPs should think "about what their constituents would say" before taking big-ticket trips. He also said the Commons should consider tightening the rules on when MPs can be accompanied by their families on subsidized trips.

Asked about Ashton's expenses, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said MPs have to follow strict rules in submitting their expenses to the House of Commons.

"I expect all my MPs and all MPs in the House to follow those rules and submit claims," Singh told reporters on Thursday. "Those claims were submitted and approved."

Last month, CBC News reported on a loophole in the rules that allows MPs and senators to charge Parliament for travel to party conventions.

Under the Commons rules, MPs can claim expenses related to national caucus meetings, which are considered part of their parliamentary duties.

Conservative MPs billed the House of Commons $426,283 to attend a caucus meeting associated with the party's policy convention in Quebec City in September 2023, including $331,699 for travel, $71,408 for accommodations and $21,053 for meals and incidentals.

NDP MPs also billed Parliament $83,087 to send MPs and a dozen of their employees to a caucus meeting associated with the party's convention in Hamilton in October 2023, according to a CBC News review of travel claims.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau routinely faces criticism over his travel.

Trudeau's 10-day vacation with his family at Prospect Estate near Ocho Rios in Jamaica cost taxpayers $230,442. Most of that was for security-related costs, which MPs don't have.

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