I use Catalyst2 - click here.
They charge £14.09 a year incl VAT and for that you get 250Mb of webspace and access to things like a database should you want a forum or mailing list on your website. You also have access to scripts with a number provided for you already. I went through the procedure of installing fora on all my sites to find that they provided the package I was using (phpBB) anyway.
The one downside to Catalyst2 is that they limit the bandwidth on their package to 1Gb/month so if you think you're going to be a high traffic site then they may not be the company for you.
I have to say that not one of my sites, though, have got within using even 20% of my monthly bandwidth in the 3 years I've been with them.
Another company I've used are Compila - click here.
They give you unlimited bandwidth so you could have 10,000 visitors a day (or hour!) and not worry about your site going down because you've exceeded your bandwidth.
The downside to Compila is that you only get 100Mb with their basic package so you'd need to make sure that you have a very lean and clean website, possibly written with CSS, to make sure you don't exceed your webspace.
Compila charge £22/year but do include free domain name registration if you pick a .uk one. (they charge more if you want a non-.uk address).
For domain name registration - should you not go with a company like Compila - you could do worse than use Active Domain - click here.
To register a .com, .net, .org, or .biz TLD costs less than £5/year and you could register, for example, celtic-badges.com for up to 10 years for less than £4.50/year. A .uk TLD can only be rgistered for 2 years at a time but costs £3.97/year (therefore £7.94 overall each time you buy/renew it) to register.
You could have a domain name and a fairly decent webhost for around £18 a year which is far cheaper than what Blueyonder would charge you!!
I've just done a check and all celtic-badges doamins that I entered into Active domain's search were currently free including celtic-badges.com and celtic-badges.co.uk.
There may be better deals around than the 2 webhost packages I've mentioned. Catalyst2 were the best package available when I set up my websites originally but that may not be the case now.
It would pay to have a look around. There are some websites that are dedicated to comparing webshosting packages to help pick the best one for you (sorry, can't remember any URL's but I did use one to find Catalyst2).
Hope I've helped in some way - though, as I'm a very keen Jambo as well as a Red Devil, considering who your website is for, you should consider yourself honoured that I've helped you out!!! ;)