More than 100,000 friendly invaders will be transported back in time to the Great Days of Sail at the end of the month as an ancient Cornish port hosts one of this year's world-great maritime events – the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta.
This summer, explore the UK’s spectacular mountain landscapes – taking in some of Britain’s best loved summits – on a guided walking holiday courtesy of HF Holidays.
With participation in water sports at its highest in Britain since before the recession, and the current hot spell encouraging even more people to take to the water for the first time, Hampshire is staking its claim to be England's finest water sports destination.
The Cotswolds has launched a major, new summer campaign to showcase the region as a key destination for walking and cycling.
As National Parks Week begins (28 July 2014) Exmoor celebrates with some facts about one of Britain's oldest and some would say “best loved” National Parks.
An exciting new £1.5 million attraction has opened at Wookey Hole Caves taking visitors on a rip-roaring 4D adventure.
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Visit the charming and unique gardens of Shakespeare’s England and enjoy a host of exciting outdoor events this summer. From recreated Elizabethan Gardens, restored Victorian Gardens, garden tours to outdoor plays, picnics, garden exhibitions, shows, trails and live music, there is plenty to see and do throughout the summer months.
Acreage the size of six football pitches and over 500,000 maize plants will be used to create what is potentially the biggest white rabbit in the world, in the coming weeks.
The Lake District’s version of Blackpool’s Comedy Carpet will be created on Tuesday, July 15, when Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel lays on its Haiku at the Howe day, displaying entries to a haiku competition that has attracted international attention.
A Lake District visitor attraction has planted a rather large poppy, measuring 150 metres by 175 metres, to mark the anniversary of the start of the First World War.
Visitors to Exmoor this summer can look forward to a host of events encompassing all kinds of festivals, fairs and fun together with a mix of entertaining and quirky days out that are totally unique to the area.
Tickets have gone on sale for the much anticipated King Richard lll Visitor Centre: Dynasty, Death and Discovery in Leicester which will open its doors to the public on 26th July.
The month of June is one of the best times of the year to visit the New Forest, when the weather is warming up and before the schools break for the summer.
Enjoy an action-packed summer from the 19 July – 31 August in Shakespeare’s England with a host of special activities and events for all the family.
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