This year, Kent is leading the way in culture-led regeneration. The county's wealth of history and tradition, mixed with fantastic landscapes and scenery is seeing Kent's cultural offering drawing thousands of visitors from around the world.
Action-packed family October half-term breaks – offering non-stop fun and ‘all weather’ entertainment – is the offer at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks in Devon.
A 900-year-old cathedral with the longest nave in the UK is set to become one of the oldest places in the country to host a flower festival.
Celebrate Halloween and the October half term from 25 October – 2 November with a host of spooky family events in Shakespeare’s England. Carve pumpkins, enjoy family ghost trails, learn how to make potions and spells or simply enjoy an autumnal walk.
Visitors to Mid and North Wales are being encouraged to park their car and take the train in a new sustainable transport and tourism initiative.
For Downton Abbey fans with drawing room envy, or who yearn for a snooker room, Cumbrian Cottages has some grand country houses where you can live like Lord Grantham, even if it is only for a weekend.
A chance to learn Japanese, try your hand at making an origami animal, master calligraphy and compose haiku poems is on offer if you head to the Lake District on August 30 and 31, when Dove Cottage & The Wordsworth Museum is holding a ‘Weekend of Japanese Culture.’
No Man's Fort; a man-made island in the middle of the Solent, will open its doors in November after undergoing an extensive renovation. One of three forts owned by AmaZing Venues, the location will be bookable for overnight stays, corporate events and meetings from 10 November 2014.
Once again amateur chefs and bakers across the country are ironing out the aprons, dusting off recipe books and oiling the rolling pins as The Great British Bake Off returns for a fifth season.
Take a peek into days gone by with luxurious stays in some of the country's most historic cities with PH Hotels and Four Pillars Hotels.
Already famous, Blackpool now holds the Guinness World Record for the biggest beach ball in history.
Scale the heights of one of the magnificent oaks in Beacon Hill Country Park at the National Forest Wood Fair on Bank Holiday Monday 25 August.
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.
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