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  • Thursday 5 March 2015

    We should not treat our elderly like factory farmed hens

    Today's report that using robots to help care for our elderly Saga's director of communications, Paul Green said "Use of technology should liberating - not limiting. Of course it should be used to help where it can genuinely add value and improve lives. Read On
  • Thursday 5 March 2015

    Saga welcomes Milibands vow on pensioner benefits but warns on means testing winter fuel payment

    ‘Labour's pledge to retain the pensions triple lock and the majority of universal benefits will be welcomed by older people' said Saga's Paul Green . Read On
  • Wednesday 4 March 2015

    Social Market Foundation suggestion to pay for healthcare could be catastrophic

    ‘Today's suggestions by the Social Market Foundation are dangerous and could lead to greater stress on the NHS and Social Care budgets,’ said Saga’s Paul Green. Read On
  • Tuesday 3 March 2015

    Escape to captivating Kashmir and enjoy your very own Indian Summer

    Contrast lively Delhi with life onboard a colonial style Houseboat on Lake Dal

    Visit Moghuls’ elegant gardens and take shikara boat to a floating market

    Board the Shatabdi Express train from Delhi to Agra to view Taj Mahal and Agra Fort

    Enjoy an evening donga cruise with music and formal Kashmiri banquet of Kashmiri Wazwan cuisine
    Read On
  • Tuesday 3 March 2015

    Andrew Goodsell reveals pro-business parties according to over 50s

    In the March edition of the Saga Magazine, Saga’s executive chairman, Andrew Goodsell tells readers that in the upcoming general election, he will be focusing on the one thing that he believes underpins the wellbeing of all generations – our economy; and reveals that 83% of over 50s believe that the Conservatives were pro-business. Read On
  • Monday 2 March 2015

    By popular demand...

    New dates added to meet demand on many Saga Travellers World tours Read On
  • Friday 27 February 2015

    Labour's tuition fees proposal is like playing Russian Roulette with people's futures

    Commenting on Labour proposals to reduce pensions tax relief to pay for tuition fees, Saga’s Paul Green said: "Labour's pledge to cut tuition fees will be welcomed by students, universities and families alike providing they are properly costed and funded. Read On
  • Friday 27 February 2015

    Saga Sapphire wins 4 awards in the Cruisers Choice Awards

    Saga Cruises has sailed home with 4 awards at the Cruises Choice Awards* this month in the small ships category (for 1,199 passengers or fewer). Read On
  • Wednesday 25 February 2015

    Wine and Wild Horses of Provence

    New! Saga’s river cruise to savour wonders of Rhone Valley Read On
  • Monday 23 February 2015

    Prime Minister announces pensioner benefits pledge at a Saga event

    Commenting on today’s announcement by David Cameron, the Prime Minister, Paul Green, director of communications for Saga said: Read On
  • Monday 23 February 2015

    Get on track with Saga - Iconic train journeys to capture golden age of travel

    Iconic train journeys always have a romantic appeal, evoking the golden of age of travel, so Saga has created a selection of holidays to include some of the world’s most fascinating railway journeys. Here’s a sample: Read On
  • Wednesday 18 February 2015

    Almost half of the long term unemployed are aged over 50

    As ONS release new data showing that unemployment is still edging down but the latest Saga Employment Report reveals that unemployment amongst the over 50s remain static, and almost half(47.2%) of the long-term unemployed are aged over 50. Read On
  • Tuesday 17 February 2015

    Simply the Best! It’s official: Award-winning Saga is tops for solo travellers

    • Winner of Best for Singles at British Travel Awards 2014
    • More than one fifth of Saga passengers travel on their own
    • Exciting destinations from China to South America and South Africa
    Read On
  • Monday 16 February 2015

    Unearth Saga's treasure trove of archaeology tours

    Step back in time amid the preserved ruins of Herculaneum in Italy, soak up the atmosphere of Rhodes to uncover the legacy of the Knights of St John or see Tunisia’s priceless treasures in Dougga and Carthage. These are just a few of the archaeology holidays tailor-made for Saga guests with an interest in past civilisations.

    Expert guides host these fascinating journeys which include visits to key sites and talks that bring history to life. There’s an exceptional choice of destinations - here is just a sample:
    Read On
  • Tuesday 10 February 2015

    Calling all Grecophiles!

    New, all-inclusive holidays with prices to write home about

    Free bar 11+ hours a day, all meals, fruit & water in room on arrival, welcome cocktail party, all rooms with balcony or terrace, local airport options, no single supplement*
    Read On
  • Tuesday 10 February 2015

    The changing face of travel for the over 50s

    Over half of over 50s have changed their holiday travel habits in the last 10 years
    Only 4%* haven’t taken a holiday in the last decade
    Over two-thirds* travel more frequently Read On
  • Monday 9 February 2015

    Medieval Cities of Spain

    Take a trip through history on Saga’s new escorted tour

    Discover five UNESCO world heritage cities in one holiday
    Admire Roman to Renaissance architecture in Càceres
    Visit the world-famous Prado Museum in Madrid
    Read On
  • Wednesday 4 February 2015

    This sporting life – Over 50s seek out sporting thrills on holiday

    • Two fifths of over 50s have had a specialist sporting holiday
    • The most popular sporting holidays for over 50s are sailing and skiing
    • Zip wiring, scuba diving and golfing holidays now covered as standard by Saga Travel Insurance
    Read On
  • Wednesday 4 February 2015

    Saga comments on Prime missing millions report

    Responding to today’s report from PRIME into the ‘missing millions’ Saga’s Paul Green commented: Read On
  • Tuesday 3 February 2015

    Contrast exciting Cape Town with a week on the south coast of Mauritius

    Experience two wonderful destinations in one incredible new holiday by spending five days in Cape Town before flying to Mauritius for seven nights on the ultimate tropical island. Read On

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  • Paul Green  

    Paul V. Green

    Director of Communications

    01303 776023
    07714 414859

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    Lisa Harris

    Head of Communications, Saga Group and Allied Healthcare

    01303 774716
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    Angela Clifton

    Senior PR Manager, Insurance and Personal Finance

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    Louis Myers

    PR Manager, Saga Holidays and Cruises

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    Naomi Thornton

    Saga Holidays and Cruises

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    07545 504463