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    Is there anyone in this village living in the UK? If so, would be nice to get to know you. I am new here

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    Welcome, Berrycottage! There are some villagers from the UK and I am sure they will be a long soon to say hello.

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    Hi there I am not from the UK but definately as closeas you can get I'm in co.wicklow in Ireland. Nice to see you and welcome to the village

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    Hi there Berrycottage! Welcome!
    I'm not in the UK, I'm in Australia, but I am from the UK originally, from Birmingham!

    Julia

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    OK I AM in the UK welcome to the Village!

    Most of the stuff that is on the site, in regard to saving money is applicable in the UK too

    However, the coupon and freebie thing, well not so much here

    It depends on what you are hoping to achieve/where you want to save etc.

    I can't type too good at the moment ( long story) but I hope to be back to relative normality ie, bad grammer, loads of typos very soon!

    If you have time read back over some of the money saving threads, there is a lot of good stuff in there.

    Karen

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    Hi there - I'm in the UK as well - a Scot living in England
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    Hi - I'm new to Frugal Village and I'm in the UK.

    This is my first post, glad i found other people from the UK.

    I've been browsing the forums for a few days and found lots of useful tips, but find some recipe translations from US to UK a bit tricky. I can work out Cups of dried goods (about 16 tblsp), but how to work out a Cup of butter?!?

    If anyone knows any good sites for recipe translations, would love to hear about them.

    Tallulah.

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    Welcome to the Village!
    Here's a site that may help you with those recipe conversions. http://www.recipes4us.co.uk/conversion_charts.htm




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    Thank you so much, Darlene. That site is brilliant!!

    Tallulah.

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    Hi there everyone from the UK

    I just joined this forum this week and I am originally from the UK. Born in Northampton and then lived in Buckinghamshire, London, moved to Dublin then the South of France and then moved to the US six years ago and looks like I am here to stay.

    I think most things (apart from coupons and rebates) are similar to the UK and will be useful.

    Let me know if you need any translations and I will try to help...

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    i am in the uk...orinally from the states...

    there is a uk site that gives you a lotta tips on a lot of stuff in the uk not just food.. and it also has a bit on there on frugalling its a forum ..its really cool more so it all protains to uk...from food to heat to moblie phones everything...

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/
    i have saved ££ being a memeber at that site

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