· Check with your GP or pharmacist well before your holiday to find out whether you need any vaccinations for the country(ries) you are visiting

· For the latest information about the country you are visiting, including safety and visa requirements, check the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website

· Check the expiry date on your passport - some countries will require your passport to remain valid for a minimum period (usually at least six months)

· Ensure your passport is in good condition

· Check whether you need to reconfirm your flights or hotel bookings

· Plan your route to the airport, ferry etc. If you are driving, check for any road works or, if travelling by taxis or

· public transport, check the company and find out if any delays are expected.

· Research about the area you are going to - try to find recommended restaurants or places of interest.

· Obtain an EHIC card from if you are travelling to Europe


· Leave details of your holiday, including photocopies of your passport and flight tickets, contact numbers and travel insurance details, with a friend or family member. Leave spare keys with someone you trust

· Use a timer so lights come on at night

· Pack your travel insurance policy booklet, schedule and information cards.

· Cancel milk and paper deliveries

· Clear your fridge and kitchen of anything that might go off. Put out the bins

· Ask someone to water plants and care for your pets

· Ensure all the house and shed windows and doors are locked

· Unplug electrical appliances (except fridges and freezers)

· Check your home insurance is in order

· Prepare a first aid kit to take with you - include diarrhoea and re hydration sachets

· Leave the heating and hot water on a low setting if you are going away during winter months

· Ask the post office to hold your post if you are going away for a long time


Some things you might not want to forget!

· Mobile phone charger and country adapter plug

· Padlock and keys to lock your luggage

· Eye mask and ear plugs if you want to sleep on the plane

· Put your house keys somewhere safe - so you can find them on your return

· Camera, spare film and batteries/charger

· Sun cream and lip protector

· Sunglasses and sun hat

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