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Visit one of England’s most elegant and cultural cities, known for its natural hot springs and 18th century Georgian architecture.
Located near Milton Keynes, visit the world’s first large scale codebreaking centre, once Britain’s best kept secret. Visitors can explore the iconic World War Two Codebreaking Huts and Blocks, and learn about the vital activities...more info
Step into the world of the British justice system with a tour delivered by a Blue Badge Guide. The building is a spectacular example of Victorian Gothic architecture, with enchanting corridors and over 1,000 rooms. Some of the most significant legal judgeme...more info
Originating from the 1800s, visit the vibrant Portobello Road Market where it became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Notting Hill captivates visitors with its unique charm, the setting for the 1999 romantic comedy of the same name.
Relive the style and glamour of high society in 1930’s London at Eltham Palace – one of the country’s most fabulous homes set in stunning moated gardens. This is the former home of millionaire couple Stephen and Virginia Courtauld who stamped Art De...more info
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For everyone who is passionate about their garden and food. Includes admission ticket, however the price does not include a seat for a celebrity demonstration in the Super Theatre, and this must be booked by the individual if required. Seats may be ava...more info
Spend time at the delightful town of Buxton, and then enjoy a 2 hour boat trip on the scenic Upper Peak Forest Canal aboard the Judith Mary, where a cream tea will be served on board, consisting of assorted sandwiches, hot scones with strawberry jam and fresh cream, ...more info
One of IACF Antique & Collectors Fairs new venues for 2019. Held at Staffordshire Showground - an entirely indoor fair with up to 250 stallholders on site.
The pretty village of Lacock near Chippenham dates back to the 13th century and remains largely unspoiled by the trappings of the 21st century. Over the years it has featured in many TV shows and films, including the 2007 BBC production of Cranford. Lacock Abbey is l...more info
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