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Top 10 UK Online Greeting Card Websites 2021

 

Welcome to our reviews of the Best UK Online Greeting Card Websites of 2021 (also known as UK Online eCard Sites).
Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each uk online greeting card website, alongside which you’ll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.

Moonpig.com is simply the best greeting card site in this category even though pigs may not actually fly, even to the moon. A great range of cards, easy to use card editor and competitive pricing make it the hands-down winner against some pretty stiff opposition. It’s also a very well designed site, allowing you to navigate easily. From the colourful and uncluttered homepage you’ll…

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The site has a fun, quirky and visually appealing design featuring a Funky Pigeon in a crash helmet (what isn’t fun about that!..hilarious). However, it’s also a little crowded compared to some other sites and you can get mildly claustrophobic on first encountering the homepage. There’s lots of information and pictures crammed in here, but once you get a feel for it you’ll find…

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Hallmark.co.uk brings you the quality and choice you’d expect from such an established name in the greeting card business, with the ease and convenience of buying greeting cards online. Hallmark.co.uk is a colourful, nice looking site that’s easy to find your way around. From the homepage, you’ll find a number of tabs that will take you to the various products that can be purchased.

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ClintonCards.co.uk is an online version of the well-known high street card store. Unlike some of the other sites in this category, ClintonCards.com specialises in greeting cards and so doesn’t offer them as just a sideline. The site looks very good, having an almost cartoon-like quality about it. There are plenty of features on the homepage, including articles and animated features giving you an idea…

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Zazzle. co.uk is a colourful, eye-catching website that’s easy and fun to navigate. You’ll find a huge array of printed greeting cards on the site at reasonable prices. Zazzle.co.uk is another of those sites that doesn’t specialise in greeting cards only, but offers them as part of a wider range of products, including clothing, accessories (e.g. bags, hats, keychains, etc.), invitations and cards, homeware (e.g….

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Like Kodakgallery.co.uk and Bonusprint.co.uk, Photobox.co.uk is another site dedicated to photo gifts rather than just greeting cards. Therefore, the cards you’ll find here are photo cards rather than the kinds of cards you might find down at the local store. There’s a wide range of gifts in addition to photocards, including photo books, wall decor, canvas prints, posters and much more. However, for the…

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BonusPrint.co.uk is a great site that enables you to create a tremendous variety of photo gifts by uploading your own pictures and helping you make really unique gifts to be treasured. One of the first things that should be mentioned is that BonusPrint. co.uk isn’t a dedicated greeting card site per se. Instead, it deals in a range of photogifts. As you might have guessed,…

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eCards.co.uk is a fantastic free to send ecard site with some very funny cards and many that you can personalize by uploading your own photos. It’s also easy to navigate and creating your own cards is a breeze.  The selection of eCards tends towards the contemporary and the humorous. On the homepage you’ll find a list of ecard categories arranged by occasion (e. g. birthday,…

» Read the Full Review of eCards.co.uk

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Greeting Cards & Animated Ecards

Back in the year 2000, Jacquie Lawson, an English artist living in the picturesque village of Lurgashall in Southern England, created an animated Christmas card featuring her dog and cats, and her 15th-century cottage, and sent it to a few friends for their amusement. Those friends sent the ecard to others, and within weeks Jacquie was inundated with requests from all over the world to design more. In February 2002 she teamed up with a few friends and family members to create jacquielawson. com.

Over the years the collection has grown to over 400 ecards, each one showing a unique degree of artistry and attention to detail rarely seen in animated cards. Even the music is composed and arranged specially for each one! We now have a range of birthday cards, Christmas ecards, thank you ecards, and so on, featuring dogs, cats, teddy bears, flowers, and many other subjects.

A modest yearly membership fee gives you access to the entire range of online greeting cards and allows you to send as many greetings as you like. You can even get a further discount by joining for two years!

We hope you enjoy browsing our animated greetings, and if you’re not already a member, we hope you’ll consider joining us and sharing Jacquie’s delightful animations with your friends and family. And for a special pre-Christmas gift, check out our animated Advent Calendars.

Behind the Scenes

Each card we make takes anything from a few weeks to several months to complete. Many of the elements of the animation are actually painted by hand (using real paint, brushes and paper!) because the textures and colours achieved that way are so much more attractive than the electronic equivalent. These paintings are then scanned into electronic form, and the laborious process of animation starts. Finally, the music is created to accent or complement the animation.

Every so often we’ll be giving you a more detailed insight into what the team has been up to. Read the latest news now!

Personalised Cards » Create Your Photo Cards Online

There’s nothing quite like receiving a card with a thoughtful message from the people you love. And with bonusprint, you can put a smile on their face by sending them a custom photo card — perfect for any happy occasion. Maybe it’s an invitation to join you in a very special moment of your life — the birth of a child, your new home, your wedding. Or maybe you’re showing your gratitude for them being there for you when it really mattered . No matter the occasion, you’ll find the perfect card for it here at bonusprint.

Create your customised cards for all occasions

Creating your greeting cards with bonusprint is super easy. With our editor, you can personalise your cards with photos, add a sweet note, and then order your creation online in no time. You’ll receive a pack of ten personalised cards at home, including envelopes, ready to be sent out to your favourite people.

How to make your own custom greeting cards online

Browse our collection of card designs to find one that’s just right for you. From fun and colourful invitations for kids’ birthday parties to more modern and minimalist designs for weddings, our range of pre-designed cards is suitable for any occasion and fully customisable to match your style. And if you already have the perfect layout in mind, why not choose a blank photo card to personalise? Pick between a flat and folded format, and start creating.

Adding your favourite photos to your greeting cards is a great personal touch. But what if you can’t choose just one picture? No problem. With our layouts, you can easily create a photo collage for your card — perfect for the proud parents who want to show off baby’s sweetest portraits. Next, play with our backgrounds and clip art options to make your personalised photo card really stand out. And finally, use our caption boxes to add a lovely message. Make sure to leave room in the card for your signature or, if you want to go the extra mile, for a more personal handwritten note that’s sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face.

Print your customised greeting cards

When you’re ready, click on ‘Add to basket’ to print your personalised cards and receive them at home. Here, you’ll be able to review your order and select a few final touches, such as size and paper finish. Choose between matt or extra matt paper for a crisp look, or go for a glossy finish to give extra shine to your card. You’re now all set to receive your greeting cards from bonusprint.

Applying for healthcare cover abroad (GHIC and EHIC)

There are 2 types of cover available.

You can apply for either:

  • a UK Global Health Insurance Card (UK GHIC)
  • a UK European Health Insurance Card (UK EHIC), if you have rights under the Withdrawal Agreement

Find out more about the Withdrawal Agreement on GOV.UK

For most people, the UK Global Health Insurance Card (UK GHIC) replaces the existing European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) for new applications.

A UK GHIC and new UK EHIC are free of charge. Beware of unofficial websites, they may charge you a fee to apply.

Information:

Before going abroad, make sure you check the latest COVID-19 travel guidance on GOV.UK.

If you have an existing EHIC

If you have an existing EHIC, it will remain valid until the expiry date on the card.

You can apply for a new card up to 6 months before your current card expires.

Information:

It’s currently taking longer than usual to process new UK EHIC and GHIC applications due to high demand. We’re working to resolve this and will process all applications as soon as possible.

If you need emergency treatment while you’re visiting another country and haven’t received your card, you can apply for a Provisional Replacement Certificate (PRC).

How to use your card

You can use your card to access medically necessary state-provided healthcare when you’re visiting an EU country.

Medically necessary healthcare means healthcare that cannot reasonably wait until you come back to the UK. Whether treatment is necessary is decided by the healthcare provider in the country you’re visiting.

Medically necessary healthcare includes things like:

  • emergency treatment and visits to A&E
  • treatment for a long-term or pre-existing medical condition
  • routine medical care for pre-existing conditions that need monitoring
  • routine maternity care, as long as you’re not going abroad to give birth
  • oxygen therapy and kidney dialysis

You’ll need to pre-arrange some treatments with the relevant healthcare provider in the country you’re visiting – for example, kidney dialysis or chemotherapy.

Check the Foreign Office country guides on GOV.UK for information on how to access treatment in the country you’re visiting

Not all state healthcare is free in the EU and you may have to pay for services that you would get for free on the NHS.

Information:

Your EHIC or GHIC is not a substitute for travel insurance. It may not cover all health costs and never covers repatriation costs. Make sure you have travel insurance as well as your card.

Coverage for quarantine hotels in the EU

Some EU countries require foreign visitors, including UK residents, to stay in quarantine hotels if they either:

  • test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) and have no or mild symptoms
  • are close contacts of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19

The costs of quarantine hotels are not covered by an EHIC or GHIC, as the UK considers these hotels to be a public health measure, not medically necessary state-provided healthcare.

If you need medical treatment while staying at a quarantine hotel, the UK Government will fund treatment as usual for UK residents or insured individuals. Use your EHIC or GHIC card, or contact the NHS Business Services Authority to receive a Provisional Replacement Certificate if you do not have a valid card.

EHIC has only ever covered emergency and necessary healthcare costs, so it is always recommended that you take out comprehensive travel insurance, including health cover, when you travel abroad.

If you’re abroad and do not have your card with you

You can get a Provisional Replacement Certificate (PRC) to prove your entitlement to medically necessary healthcare if you travel to Europe without your existing EHIC, UK GHIC or new UK EHIC and need treatment during your visit.

If you need a PRC outside opening hours, you should call as soon as possible the next working day.

The PRC will give you the same cover as an existing EHIC, UK GHIC or new UK EHIC until you return home.

When calling for a PRC, you’ll need to give:

  • your National Insurance number
  • your name
  • your address
  • your date of birth
  • the name of the treatment facility
  • the email address for the specific department of the organisation providing your treatment

To apply for a PRC contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services.

Someone else can apply for a PRC on your behalf.

Where you can use your card

You can use a UK GHIC or existing EHIC while visiting:

A UK GHIC may become valid in more countries in the future. Check this page before you travel.

You can use a new UK EHIC while visiting:

  • an EU country
  • Norway
  • Iceland
  • Liechtenstein
  • Switzerland

The EU countries are:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

Who can apply for a UK GHIC

You may be eligible for a UK GHIC if you meet 1 of the following criteria:

  • you’re legally living in the UK and you do not have healthcare cover provided by an EU country
  • you’re living in the EU with a registered S1, E121, E106 or E109 form issued by the UK
  • you’re living in the EU with an A1 document which is issued by the UK
  • you’re a family member or dependant of an entitled individual already listed

Who can apply for a new UK EHIC under the Withdrawal Agreement

You may be eligible for a new UK EHIC if you meet 1 of the following criteria:

  • you’re living in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein, and have been since before 1 January 2021 with a registered S1, E121, E106 or E109 form issued by the UK
  • you’re living in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein, since before 1 January 2021 with an A1 issued by the UK
  • you’re a national of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein who has legally resided in the UK since before 1 January 2021 and are covered under the Withdrawal Agreement; you may not be covered if you‘re also a UK national or if you were born in the UK
  • you’re a family member or dependant of an entitled individual already listed.
  • you’re a Chen or Ibrahim/Teixeira carer

Dual nationals

If you live in the UK and jointly hold UK and EU, Swiss, Norwegian, Icelandic or Liechtenstein citizenship, you will not normally be eligible for a new UK EHIC unless you:

  • hold British citizenship through naturalisation
  • were a citizen of an EU country, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein before also becoming a British citizen

You’ll usually be eligible for a UK GHIC.

People born in the UK

If you were born in the UK to British parents or parents who were settled in the UK and have lived in the UK from before 1 January 2021, you’re not normally eligible for a new UK EHIC even if you’re an EU, Swiss, Norwegian, Icelandic or Liechtenstein citizen.

This includes people of Northern Ireland who are Irish citizens.

You’ll usually be eligible for a UK GHIC.

Information for people who live in Ireland

You may be able to get a new UK EHIC if you are:

  • a UK State Pensioner or are receiving some other exportable benefits and you’ve been living in the Republic of Ireland since before 1 January 2021
  • a frontier worker, this means you’re working in one country while living in another, and have been since before 1 January 2021

If you live in Ireland and think you’re eligible for a UK EHIC you cannot currently apply online and need to contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services.

Applying for family members

Every family member needs their own card. You can add a spouse, civil partner, durable partner and children to your application when you apply. You must enter your own details first and apply for any additional cards when prompted.

If you’ve already completed your application and wish to add additional family members you’ll need to contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services. You should provide us with your reference number, name, date of birth and address so we can access your record.

Students studying in the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, or Switzerland

If you normally live in the UK and have been studying in the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland since before 1 January 2021, you may be eligible for a new UK Student EHIC for use in the EU and your country of study.

You will not be able to use this card for treatment in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland unless one of these countries is your country of study.

If you started your course after 1 January 2021, or you’re planning to study in an EU country, you’ll need to apply for a Student GHIC.

You can use the Student GHIC in the EU and your country of study, but not yet in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland.

To apply you’ll need a letter from your university or college showing:

  • the name and address of the UK educational institution if you’re travelling as part of your course
  • the address of where you’re studying in the EU
  • details of the qualification you’re studying for
  • the dates your course started and is due to finish

Who cannot apply using this online service

Most people can apply using our online service.

You should contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services if you fall into one of the following groups as you will not be able to use the online service to apply.

If you’re an EU national student

If you’re an EU national ordinarily resident in the UK, but studying in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein you may be entitled to a new UK EHIC or UK GHIC.

If you hold a UK-issued A1

If you work in the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein and have a UK-issued A1 document you may be entitled to a new UK EHIC or UK GHIC.

If you’re an au pair or nanny

If you’re a UK or Irish national who usually lives in the UK permanently and you’re going to work as an au pair or nanny in an EU country, you can apply for a UK GHIC.

Chen and Ibrahim/Teixeira carers

If you’re an adult carer of a child who is from the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland, but you’re not from any of these countries or from the UK or Ireland, you may be eligible to apply for a new UK EHIC for yourself and for any other children you have who are not nationals of these countries.

You cannot apply if your right to reside in the UK is derived from your caring for a British citizen (Zambrano carer).

Dependent grandparents and grandchildren

You can add a grandchild to your new UK EHIC application if they’re a non-UK national, are a national of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein and are one of the following:

  • under 18, living in the UK and were born before 1 Jan 2021
  • older than 18 but born on or after 1 January 2000, and arrived in the UK after 31 December 2020
  • older than 18, born before 1 January 2000, arrived in the UK after 31 December 2020, and are dependent on you

You can add a parent or grandparent to your new UK EHIC application if they’re dependent on you or your partner. Their relationship with you must have begun before 1 Jan 2021, they must live with you and also:

  • be a non-UK national,
  • be a national of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein
  • they must have arrived in the UK after 31 December 2020

If they’re a national of any other country, they can be added if they have settled or pre-settled status under the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS). If they do not have settled or pre-settled status, they can be added if their relationship with you began before 1 January 2021.

Claiming a refund

Depending on the country you visit you may be expected to pay all or part of your bill upfront and then claim a refund afterwards.

Some countries ask patients to pay a contribution towards the cost of their care, such as for prescription costs. This is known as a co-payment or patient share.

You can claim back the difference between the total bill and the co-payment, but the actual co-payment is not refundable.

Keep all receipts and any paperwork. You or your insurance company may need them if you’re applying for a refund.

What to do if you believe your existing EHIC, UK GHIC or new UK EHIC has been wrongly rejected

If you believe that your UK GHIC, new UK EHIC or existing EHIC has been wrongly rejected by a hospital or other healthcare provider in the country you’re visiting, you should try and resolve the issue with them.

Explain that the card entitles the holder to necessary healthcare. It may be useful to direct them to the European Commission’s EHIC webpage, which provides images of all valid UK-issued EHICs and the UK GHIC.

If you need more help, contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services. They can give you advice on what to do.

What to do if you think you’ve been incorrectly charged for medical treatment by an EU Member State

It’s important that you keep documents relating to your treatment. The Overseas Healthcare Services at the NHSBSA may ask you for more information to check your eligibility and the cost of the treatment you had. This could include:

  • receipts or invoices relating to treatment
  • confirmation of payments made to healthcare institutions
  • documents relating to insurance cover if your insurer paid for treatment
  • discharge documents

They’ll look at your claim to decide whether you were charged when you should have been covered. If they determine that your treatment should have been covered by the UK GHIC, new UK EHIC or existing EHIC, they’ll reimburse you or your insurer for the costs of treatment which are covered by your card. This may not include the full cost of treatment.

You can contact NHS Overseas Healthcare Services.

Best Sites for E Cards

Even pre-lockdown, written communications were already inching towards a post postal service world. Now, e-cards have never been so vital. We all need a little reminder right now that those we can’t meet in person are thinking of us, and us of them. Plus, of course, it’s environmentally friendly, instant and totally cheering. So go on, tell other isolating souls how much you can’t wait to see them on the other side with these digital cards. Here’s how using the following, the best UK ecard sites.

Paperless Post

www.paperlesspost.com

One of our all-time favourites. What event hasn’t been enhanced by the addition of a beautiful Paperless Post invite winging its way into your inbox? The templates are to die for, the first batch of invites (12 at last glance) are free and the effort is minimal – need we say more?

Some E-Cards

www. someecards.com

Another brilliant addition to the e-card market, this site is a well-designed paragon of virtue dedicated to finding you the perfect stationary. Whether it’s a humorous card to win you some brownie points, or a personalised declaration of love – it’s all here.

Punchbowl

www.punchbowl.com

Punchbowl offers a beautiful selection of cards for just about every occasion you could dream up. Want to acknowledge a beloved teacher in lockdown? You can do that. Celebrating Passover? Yup. Graduation, Mardi Gras, Diwali and even – topically – ‘stay safe’ cards are available. They’re customisable and you can send them to individuals or groups. Go, cheer up someone’s day.

JibJab

www.jibjab.com

One of the pioneers of animated e-cards, it’s safe to say JibJab is up there with the best. Their ‘Starring You!’ animated video cards include the seasonal favourite ‘Elf Yourself’ (vigorously shared at Christmas) but there are heaps of Valentine themed ones too such as the hilarious ‘Shakespearian Valentine’, a Grease video card you can personalise with your faces, and – for the anti-Valentiner – ‘Chocolates for yourself’ – a laughter inducing alternative.

Jaquie Lawson

www.jacquielawson.com

Jacquie Lawson is a bastion of the e-card industry. The animated offerings are painted by hand and sometimes takes months to finish. The designs are artistic, elegant (even moving) and won’t offend in the slightest.

Wrongcards

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Are your friends the types who would scoff at anything even approaching heartfelt sentiment? Then Wrongcards is the e-card purveyor for you. For example, this week’s featured missive shows five women in WWII wearing gas masks and reads: ‘Thank you for coming into work and giving us all coronavirus while bravely showing what a trooper you are.’ You get the picture. There are all manner of categories for irreverent ‘well wishing’, including even sympathy cards (although you’d have to know your friend was truly dark of heart for that one though’). As they say, if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry.

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BDI are one of the UK’s leading publishers and suppliers of black greeting cards, and are constantly on the lookout for new, incredible designs to add to our huge selection of cards for birthdays, Christmas, mothers’ day, and other special events. You can browse our range of black greeting cards online or visit one of our many stockists across the UK to pick up one of our high quality cards.

We have always been proud of our black heritage and felt that we could play a key part in helping to celebrate our rich and diverse culture through creating incredible, diverse greeting cards. Our vision was to design ethnic greeting cards that represent our beauty and our pride. We stock cards for a range of different special occasions, such as anniversaries, birthdays, graduation, weddings, and more, and are always adding new and exciting designs to the collection. Our competitive prices set us ahead of other greeting card suppliers, and if you spend over £6 online, you can get free UK standard delivery.

We have stockists across the UK who supply our incredible range of black greeting cards to our thousands of happy customers. If you would like to stock our range in your store in the UK, get in touch and enquire about becoming a stockist for BDI cards! We stock a number of cards for him and for her, including birthday cards, valentines day cards, and more.

We are proud to say that we are a black owned and black run UK company! Browse our range of greeting cards online, and know that you are contributing to an independent, black owned company, as well as ordering excellent quality, unforgettable greeting cards.

Order today, or get in touch with our team to discuss opportunities, including design, writing verses for our greeting cards, or about becoming a stockist. You can contact us on 0772 336 4297, or submit an enquiry through our handy contact form!

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We are always looking for new artists to work with, we are happy to receive artist’s submissions for all types of Illustration and photographic designs. We also accept verses and captions for our greeting cards.

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Before you apply, please ensure you:

  1. Have a scanned copy of your qualification certificate, or proof that you are registered to complete a recognised construction related qualification relevant to your occupation. To check if CSCS accepts your qualification, you can use the CSCS Card Finder. Select “search by qualification”, type in your qualification and see if your qualification appears.
  2. Have the test ID number from your CITB Health, safety and environment (HS&E) test, this can be found at the top of your pass certificate
  3. Have a credit or debit card to pay the £36 application fee.

Profile pictures are taken when you take the HS&E test. If you applying with an exemption to the HS&E test requirement then you will have to provide a passport style photograph as part of your application.

For guidance on making an online application use the CSCS Online instruction guide.

If you hold an existing card

If you already have an existing CSCS card you can claim this from our previous system. Please follow these simple steps to claim your card.

  1. Once you have created your online account, please select ‘My cards’ from the main menu, then select ‘Claim my card’.
  2. Enter your registration number and press enter.
  3. This will link your previous card to your new online account, while allowing to keep the same registration number.

You can then either renew your card, or apply for the same or a different card.

Please note: If your old card has expired or you hold a Labourer, PQP or AQP card you will not be able to renew. Instead, please make a new application and upload your qualifications when requested.

Apply as an employer

Employers should also apply online. To find out more, visit Employer Applications.

Apply over the phone

If you do not have a CSCS Online account, you can apply over the phone by calling 0344 99 44 777.

Please be advised that you will need access to your email account during the call so that we can verify your details and complete the application process. Without an email address CSCS are unable to process your application.

Contact details

The quickest way to get in touch is via your new CSCS online account. If you already have an account, please login and select “Query” on the top menu, enter your details, and a member of the team will come back to you soon.

If you do not have an online account, then please call 0344 994 4777 (8am to 6pm Monday to Friday).

Delivery

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Royal Mail has temporarily suspended Saturday deliveries. This may delay the delivery of your CSCS card. More information can be found on the Royal Mail website.

When your application has been approved your CSCS card will be posted out to you the next working day. Most cards arrive at their requested destination within 3-5 days of application approval. If your card does not arrive within 10 days then please contact CSCS.

Costs

All CSCS cards cost £36 and all CITB HS&E tests cost £22.

There are a number of organisations that offer card application services. If you are being charged more than £36 for a card or £22 for a CITB Health, safety & environment test, please check that you understand what additional services you will receive. The cheapest and quickest way to apply for a card will be to apply directly to CSCS via the online application service.

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If you are well versed in geography, then it will not be difficult for you to easily describe the position of the UK on a map in English. And if not, then you can always use our topic, which will guide you around the country from south to north, and from east to west.

While studying a map of England in English, the only thing to do is memorize a lot of names. Seas, mountains, cities, capitals and rivers can be difficult. But don’t worry, you can! In our article you will find the most significant objects.

So, best of all, when you start reading our topic, take a look at what the map of Great Britain looks like in English.And after reading each sentence, find what it is about. This will help you remember all the information faster.

Look at the map. You can see that the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on 1 the Isles 2 . They are called the British Isles 3 There are more than 5000 small islands there. Two of them are the biggest: Great Britain and Ireland . We know that the UK consists of 4 countries: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. England, Scotland and Northern Ireland are situated on the largest island which is called Great Britain. Northern Ireland is situated on the smaller one which is called Ireland and occupies the northern part of it.

You can see that the UK is washed by water 4 from all sides. It is separated from 5 Europe by the English Channel and the Strait of Dover . It is washed by the Atlantic ocean in the west, by the North sea in the east.The UK is separated from the Ireland by the Irish sea . The geographical position flavored the development of the country as a great sea country.

England occupies 6 the southern part of Great Britain. Scotland is in the north of the island and Wales is in the west of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is in the north-east of Ireland.

The central and the most beautiful part of the county is England. The landscape is diverse 7 . In the north and in the west of the country you can see mountains 8 , but the other area is plain 9 . England has more fertile soil 10 than others. Also there are many lakes in the north-western district 11 which is known as Lake District.

Scotland can be called the country of mountains. The region of the mountains which is known as Highlands is the oldest in the world.The Grampians is the chain 12 of the mountains there. Ben Nevis is the highest peak 13 . There are some other chains: the Pennine in England and the Cumbrian Mountains in Wales.

You will find a lot of forests along the county. But none of them can be called great. The biggest one is Sherwood Forest. It occupies the area in the eastern part of England. Of course, you have heard the legends about it.The most famous is about Robin Hood.

There are many rivers in the UK. But they are not long. The longest one is the Severn which flows in England. The Thames, the Mersey and the Clyde are the most important rivers. They play a great role in British trade and commerce. You can travel by water along the whole country because many of the rivers are connected 14 by canals.

London, Glasgow, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh are the largeast cities in the UK.The total area 15 of the UK is 224,000 sq km. And the population 16 is about 60 million. Its advantageous 17 position has made the UK one of the powerful country in the world.

Vocabulary:

  1. to be situated on located at
  2. the Isles – islands
  3. the British Isles – British Isles
  4. to be washed by water – washed by water
  5. to be separated from – separates from
  6. occupy – occupies
  7. diverse – diverse
  8. mountains –
  9. plain – flat
  10. fertile soil – fertile soil
  11. district – district
  12. chain – mountain chains
  13. peak –
  14. peak

  15. to be connected – connected
  16. total area – total area
  17. population – population
  18. advantageous – advantageous position

Great Britain and Ireland – Islands Great Britain and Ireland

England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

the English Channel and the Strait of Dover – English Channel and La de Calais

the Atlantic ocean, the Irish sea – Atlantic Ocean, Irish Sea

Highlands – Highlands

Ben Nevis – Ben Nevis

The Grampians, the Pennine, the Cumbrian Mountains in Wales – Grampian Mountains, Pennine Mountains, Cambrian Mountains

The Thames, the Mersey and the Clyde, the Severn Thames, Mersey, Clyde, Severn

London, Glasgow, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh – London, Glasgow, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh

Well, have you read it? Translated? Have you figured it out? The English map of England will not look so intimidating if you review and analyze the text again. Try to name only the rivers, where and what they are. Capitals, mountains, what separates them and where they are. Learning in parts will be easier. Go for it!

90,000 UK satellite map — cities and areas (2021)

Interactive satellite map of the UK from Google Maps. Districts and cities, high resolution satellite map of Great Britain, roads and rivers scheme, in Russian

Detailed map of Great Britain from satellite from Google Maps

We observe on the satellite map of Great Britain (Velikobritaniya) exactly how the territories are located by districts.The ability to see from above in real time all the borders of the United Kingdom, roads and rivers, regions and districts

Countries of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland + Capital:

  1. England, London
  2. Scotland, Edinburgh
  3. Wales, Cardiff
  4. Northern Ireland, Belfast

A parliamentary monarchy where Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales have limited autonomy. Great Britain is a permanent member of the UN and NATO, G7 and G20, OECD and WTO, Council of Europe and OSCE

High-precision satellite map of Great Britain (2021) presented here online contains images of buildings from above and photos of houses from space. Using the online search, you will find the city and area you want. We advise you to change the scale of the scheme +/- and move its center to the desired side

Capital City of London (in English London). The largest cities of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are London, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Belfast, Manchester, Edinburgh, Liverpool.Show UK countries and their capitals

Detailed satellite map of Great Britain in good quality, satellite view of the entire region, provided by Google Maps service

Coordinates – 54.0902, -2.3514

Prime Minister – Boris Johnson

Official language – English, Welsh, Gaelic, Scots, Irish

National currency – British pound sterling

Form of government – parliamentary monarchy. Queen – Elizabeth II

90,000 UK Maps | Detailed map of Great Britain in Russian | Tourist map of Great Britain | UK road map

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Administrative map of Great Britain.

Administrative map of Great Britain.

Political map of Great Britain with roads and cities.

Political map of Great Britain with roads and cities.

Political map of Great Britain with relief, roads and cities.

Political map of Great Britain with relief, roads and cities.

Detailed political and administrative map of Great Britain with all roads, cities and airports.

Detailed political and administrative map of Great Britain with all roads, cities and airports.

Detailed physical map of Great Britain with all roads, cities and airports.

Detailed physical map of Great Britain with all roads, cities and airports.

Detailed physical map of Great Britain with roads, cities and airports.

Detailed physical map of Great Britain with roads, cities and airports.

UK road map.

Road map of Great Britain.

Detailed road map of Great Britain with all cities and airports.

Detailed road map of Great Britain with all cities and airports.

Topographic map of Great Britain.

Topographic map of Great Britain.

UK maps. Collection of detailed maps of Great Britain. Political, administrative, automobile, physical, topographic, tourist and other maps of Great Britain.UK cities maps. Maps of Great Britain in Russian.

90,000 UK Maps | Detailed maps of Great Britain in Russian and English (Political, Physical, with cities, on the world map)

Great Britain maps | Detailed maps of Great Britain in Russian and English (Political, Physical, with cities, on the world map)

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90,000 Telegraph: EU citizens banned from entering UK with ID cards instead of passports – Society

LONDON, 8 January. / TASS /. Citizens of EU countries from October this year will lose the right to enter the UK by presenting national ID-cards instead of passports. This was reported on Friday by the Daily Telegraph newspaper, citing a source in the UK Home Office.

According to the interlocutor of the publication, this step, which was announced a few years ago by the British authorities, is due to the fact that counterfeit European ID-cards are often used by criminals, illegal migrants and terrorists. It is known that the perpetrators of the attacks in Paris and Brussels airport were in possession of high-quality fake IDs of EU citizens.

“These documents are among the most unreliable among those presented at the border, and are associated with almost the largest number of violations. We also know that they are used by organized criminal groups,” a British Interior Ministry spokesman told the Daily Telegraph.

Every year, the British authorities mark thousands of attempts to enter the kingdom using false documents. According to the newspaper, citizens of Albania and Ukraine are most often caught using fake Italian or Greek ID-cards.These documents are supplied to illegal migrants by criminal organizations specializing in the illegal transportation of people across state borders.

As noted in the report of the EU External Borders Agency Frontex, in recent years, both the number of fake IDs circulating in the community and the quality of counterfeits have increased significantly.

UK left the EU on the night of 1 February 2020. On 1 January 2021, the post-Brexit transition period expired, during which the United Kingdom was subject to all European regulations, including intra-community movement rules.Now citizens of the EU, EEA countries and Switzerland need visas in order to stay in the UK for more than six months. The UK has also banned EU residents who have previously been sentenced to prison terms of one year or more from entering the kingdom.

90,000 UK Visa and Immigration Office has launched a mobile application to replace Biometric Resident Cards in the UK

In recent months, there has been a spike in the number of applications to replace Biometric Resident Cards (“BCRs”). The rise in the number of applicants, in turn, has led to a shortage of free appointments at the UK Visa and Citizenship Application Service (“UKVCAS”) centers.

In response to increased demand, UKVCAS launched the IDV mobile identity verification application on 23 April 2021 for applicants seeking a replacement RBB. The app can be easily downloaded to most mobile devices and then go through the identity verification process and take a biometric face photo using the app. The IDV App is a simplified alternative for UK applicants.Should the UK Visa and Immigration Office require additional information, the agency may ask the applicant to attend the appointment to provide biometric data. Please note that submitting an application using the IDV App does not speed up the processing time for your application.

Applicants seeking replacement RBBs from outside the UK will be issued inserts for a period of 30 days. The sticking is done in the applicant’s passport and gives permission to enter the UK within a 30-day period. The applicant must enter the UK within the time frame shown in the box. After entering the country, the applicant is required to apply for a replacement RBB.

Gherson has extensive experience in all UK immigration law and all visa categories. If you have specific questions or would like to discuss your specific circumstances with us, please contact us.

The information in this blog is offered for general information purposes only, it is not exhaustive and does not contain legal advice.While every effort has been made to ensure that this information and legislation is in accordance with the legal regulations in force at the time of publication, it should be remembered that over time, such information may no longer reflect current legal provisions. Gherson cannot be held liable for damages, if any, due to access to or use of the information contained in this blog. For formal advice on current legislation, please contact Gherson.Legal advice is provided only on the basis of a written agreement in the prescribed form signed by the client, on the one hand, and on behalf of or on behalf of Gherson, on the other.

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