I actually bought this set elsewhere about 6 months ago, but I'm sure it cost me around £20, so for £10 I think it is excellent value for money.
Whether you are just starting up playing poker or have been playing a while and want a small set for short-handed games up to 5 or 6 players this should do you fine.
You can probably get away with more players if you set the betting structure right, and this is the reason I have always prefered chips without numbers on them such as these.. you can set them to be any denomination that suits the situation.
The 7.5g chips are decent enough quality, and a friend bought about 400 of these chips around 5 or 6 years ago, and we only stopped using them recently because someone bought an 11.5g set, so they should last you for many years.
The cards are decent enough (plastic coated), and should last much longer than your usual 99p cheap pack. I would always recommend buying plastic type cards, they last much longer and will save you money in the long run.
The instructions are very basic, but you can get a decent set of rules for all varieties of poker quite easily online anyway.
The only bad point, was that the green baize you get is pretty much useless. It's so small that you are going to have a hard time trying to find a table it fits, and even then you would only get 2 people on it. Maybe they have updated the set since I bought it, as the baize was quite thick, and would have been better being twice the size and half the thickness, but if it is the same one, in my opinion you might as well chuck it away.
Still, for a tenner, well worth the money if you are looking for a cheap set or present.