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  • Thursday 26 May 2016

    Prime Minister appeals to saga magazine readers to remain in EU

    • Prime Minister, David Cameron and Matthew Elliott, chief executive of Vote Leave, answer readers’ questions
    • 9 in 10 over 50s plan to vote in the referendum
    • 1 in 8 over 50s are yet to make their mind up
    • For full interviews, see the June issue of Saga Magazine, or visit
    Read On
  • Wednesday 25 May 2016

    Saga announces appointment of Saga Holidays Managing Director

    Saga Travel has today announced the appointment of Maria Whiteman to the position of managing director for Saga Holidays. Maria will join on 7th September into this newly created role reporting directly to Jeannette Linfoot, managing director of Saga’s Tour Operating Divisions - which include Saga, Titan and Destinology. Read On
  • Tuesday 24 May 2016

    Saga extends VIP travel service to 2017 river cruises of 14 nights+ booked online by June 30, 2016

    Ships chartered exclusively for Saga guests
    Wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
    Many tours included in holiday price
    No-fly options by Eurostar or ferry
    Regional flight options Read On
  • Monday 23 May 2016

    New cruise: Canada in the Fall

    Visit engineer Marconi’s Signal Hill
    Enjoy maiden call to St Pierre et Miquelon
    Marvel at natural splendour of National Parks
    Enter Sept-Îles, cradle of the Innu community
    Explore the cities of Montreal, Quebec and Halifax Read On
  • Wednesday 18 May 2016

    Over 50s employment up but the effects are not evenly distributed throughout the regions

    As the latest employment figures suggest that there is a general cooling-off in the employment market, the growth in employment of those aged 50 or older continues to outpace the overall growth across many of the regions of the UK over the last 12 months. Read On
  • Tuesday 17 May 2016

    The Saga City Slickers

    • One in ten over 50s will go on three city breaks in 2016
    • On average, people spend £400 on flights and accommodation and take £300 worth of spending money for three day breaks
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  • Tuesday 17 May 2016

    Dementia more feared than Cancer new Saga Survey reveals

    To mark Dementia Awareness Week from 15th , Saga releases new data that shows that 43% of over 50s list dementia as their most feared disease, ahead of cancer (30%) or a stroke (12%). Read On
  • Tuesday 17 May 2016

    May inflation index shows inflation lower in part due to caps on social housing rents

    Saga's latest inflation report shows that reductions in air-fairs after easter and the impact of the cap on social housing rents has restuled in lower inflation. Read On
  • Tuesday 17 May 2016

    Anyone for Tennis? … including a half-board holiday and flights from £299

    It’s that time of year when all eyes are on Wimbledon but for those who like to be a little more hands-on but with a higher chance of good weather, a holiday with free tennis court access might be a little more appealing. Read On
  • Monday 16 May 2016

    New: Castles of the Meuse Valley river cruise

    Single cabins at no extra cost*
    Saga-exclusive sailing
    Eurostar travel option
    Read On
  • Friday 13 May 2016

    Older voters do not vote with the selfish gene says Saga

    In response to Lord Campbell's comments about older voters, Saga's director of communications Paul Green said: Read On
  • Tuesday 10 May 2016

    It's never too early to think about Christmas!

    Book an all-inclusive festive mini-cruise for December 2016? Read On
  • Monday 9 May 2016

    Small has just got even more beautiful

    NEW: Saga introduces exclusive small tours departures for up to 14 guests on existing classic tours
    Read On
  • Tuesday 3 May 2016

    New: Fly-cruise and stay with Saga from £1,359 for 13 nights

    Sail out and fly back or fly out and sail back options
    Choose from 4 or 7 nights all-inclusive in Tenerife
    Add on 3-night stay in the heart of Venice
    Read On
  • Wednesday 27 April 2016

    Brexit ahead, but lead narrows as Britain’s older voters get off the Euro fence

    • One in seven still to make their mind up
    • Nine out of ten over 50s plan to vote in the Referendum

    Read On
  • Tuesday 26 April 2016

    Game for a safari?

    Saga’s all-inclusive 9-night holiday from £1,699 features 7 game drives and 2 walking safaris Read On
  • Monday 25 April 2016

    Over 50s splash the cash on their home in retirement

    • Retirement kick starts desire for home improvement
    • Eight out of ten people have improved their home in retirement
    • Most common alterations are new bathrooms, kitchens and redeveloped gardens
    • Average spend on home improvements is around £17,000 Read On
  • Monday 25 April 2016

    Journey back in time on Saga's Special Interest archaeology and ancient history tours

    Step back in time amid the preserved ruins of Herculaneum in Italy, trace 7,000 years of human activity in Malta and soak up the history of Crete’s Minoan kingdom – just a few of Saga’s archaeology and ancient history tours for guests with an interest in past civilisations and the incredible structures they left behind. Read On
  • Wednesday 20 April 2016

    Saga releases new 22-night Grand Tour of South India

    • 2017 marks India’s 70th year of independence
    • Year of Culture 2017 to highlight cultural ties
    • 22 nights from £2,399 including flights
    • Comprehensive tour of South India visiting all the key sites a first time visitor would want to see
    Read On
  • Wednesday 20 April 2016

    More over 50s in jobs that match their skills

    Saga’s latest employment indices clearly shows that the changes to state pension age are having a profound effect on the number of women aged 50-64 who are remaining economically active, however for women the steepest fall can be seen in workers 65 or older where there are now 53,000 fewer women In employment when compared to the previous quarter. Read On

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  • Paul Green  

    Paul V. Green

    Director of Communications

    01303 776023
    07714 414859

  • Lisa Harris  

    Lisa Harris

    Head of Communications, Saga Group Saga Holidays

    01303 774716
    07515 496321

  • Angela Clifton  

    Angela Clifton

    Senior PR Manager, Insurance and Personal Finance

    01303 776504
    07748 336310

  • Naomi Thornton  

    Naomi Thornton

    Senior Press Officer, Saga Holidays and Cruises

    01303 772499
    07545 504463


    Sian Broad

    Senior Press Officer, Insurance and Financial Services

    01303 771529