Retiree savings worth £245* from Boundless

The club for working and retired public sector and civil service workers

Civil-service and public-sector membership club Boundless announces four new benefits for retired members, their families and friends: Kids Pass, Dine, plus complimentary access to Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) sites, Kew Gardens and Wakehurst

With just over one month before Christmas, now’s the time to start thinking about wonderful ways to spend time with the family in the run up to the festive period. Thanks to a new selection of days out and discounts from Boundless, worth up to £245*, it’s easy for people to make the most of precious time spent with family and friends for so much less.

Added to the club’s already impressive roster of activities, getaways, holidays, group activities and savings are four new deals that promise to inject much-needed affordable and magical moments into everyone’s lives after a tough couple of years.

Darren Milton at Boundless said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our retired members new and inventive ways to enjoy the precious moments they spend with their families and friends. 

“The past 24 months have been especially tough for our retired members. We want to give them the chance to reconnect and make new memories with the people that matter to them most.” 

The four new offers are included in the overall Boundless membership deal, which is open to all public sector employees and civil servants, working and retired, for just £29 a year.

They include 12-month access to Kids Pass, which offers 2,000+ savings at a wide range of days out including zoos, aquariums and all the major theme parks with ‘kids eat free’ offers too. Perfect for days out with the grandchildren.

Members can also get away from it all and enjoy expansive nature reserves up and down the country at no additional cost, thanks to WWT, which offers complimentary family admission to include the member plus an adult guest and up to six children.

Taking everyone out for a delicious meal needn’t mean forking out over the odds either. Thanks to Dine, there are impressive discounts – such as 50% off and 241 on mains – for all members at thousands of restaurants and coffee shops nationwide, with a focus on local, quality, independent venues.

Temperate House and cedars in snow, RBG Kew.

To really ramp up the Christmas vibe, what could be better than a trip to the magical Kew Gardens in Southwest London or Wakehurst in West Sussex? All Boundless members can take advantage of unlimited complimentary admission to both venues, plus 50% off for an adult guest per member, and free entry for up to five children. To get ahead with the Christmas shopping, there’s also a 10% discount at the onsite and online gift shops.

It’s a wonderful opportunity to explore Kew’s 320 acres of flora and fauna and Wakehurst’s 500 acres of diverse woodland, and to experience the beauty of nature with the whole family while learning about biodiversity and the work that this organisation does to protect the Earth’s delicate ecosystem.

For more information on membership and all offers, visit

*Saving based on comparable membership deal at RBG Kew, Kids Pass access, Dine access and one equivalent example admission offer at WWT Martin Mere.
Admission for Boundless members to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst does not include Christmas at Kew or Glow Wild at Wakehurst – additional costs will apply for these events.
Admission for Boundless members to WWT London Wetland Centre does not include Illuminature – additional costs apply to this evening event and any other events that are charged for in addition to admission at WWT sites around the UK.
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