Looking for something to do with the kids, list days out
Families can travel back in time to the 1920’s during February Half Term, with this special invite from Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire.
The Palace is inviting bright young things to enjoy a half term full of crafts, dancing and themed games as part of the new Let’s Misbehave: Blenheim Palace in the 1920’s exhibition.
Running from 15th February to 13th April, the exhibition is a fascinating insight into the heady world of the upper classes in a time of great social, artistic and political change.
New sailing experiences on Anny of Charlestown, Cornwall
It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Willows Activity Farm this Christmas
The countdown to Christmas is on at Willows Activity Farm this winter as the family attraction near St Albans launches its Santa Spectacular event on Saturday 23 November.
Visitors can walk in a winter wonderland as they head to meet Santa Claus for a special one-to-one meeting in his Grotto before the main man hands them a golden key to his toy shop with thousands of toys for little ones to choose from.
Dino Discovery and Santa’s Grotto at Winchester Science Centre Open Daily: 19 December – 6 January 2020
For a truly ROARsome day out this Christmas head to Winchester Science Centre where you can immerse your family in a world of dinosaur-themed activity and visit Santa’s science grotto.
Stunning landscapes, spectacular wildlife and scenic drives galore. You’ll find all this and more on the Isle of Man.
Factor in fresh, locally produced food, outdoor adventures plus fascinating Manx heritage and you have a unique holiday destination packed with variety and charm. For such a small landmass, it certainly boasts plenty of reasons to visit. At just 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, it is possible to cover much of the island by car in just one day.
England is jam-packed with stunning places to visit, almost so jam-packed that most of us will only ever see a small percentage of them! Today we are looking at five of our favourite places, so if you're seeking inspiration for your next travel destination - we can help!
Five Stunning Places To Visit In England
1. The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds has everything from rolling green hills and quaint sleepy villages. It's the perfect place for picnics in the sunshine, antique shopping or stopping for a quick pint in one of the many village pubs.
Based at the home of British Surfing in the International Surfing Centre Fistral Beach Surf School is the perfect place to learn to ride the Cornish waves! The highly trained coaches cover all abilities from beginners to competitive surfers to ensure an exciting and memorable surfing experience. Open all year round, the school provides equipment for all conditions including wetsuits, hooded thermal rashvests, boots & gloves, so don’t let the winter weather put you off!