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The Whitby Wizard

Posted by on September 30, 2011
In this blog we take a look at one of the quirkiest science centres in the UK, the Whitby Wizard. If you’re up in the north east of the country and looking for something to do while on a day out and about with the children then the Whitby Wizard might just be the thing for you. Referred to as ‘the quirkiest science centre museum in the U.K’; this...
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Historical Roman Spa Baths in Bath The historic and picturesque Somerset city of Bath has a synonymous connection with many periods of history which span 100’s of years. The most notable influence was the occupation by the Roman Empire from around 60AD, when the Romans discovered the famous hot spa water, fed by the area’s underground hot springs. Previously...
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The Famous Faces of Scarborough

Posted by on September 28, 2011
You are sure to have heard of the large town of Scarborough, located on the coast in North Yorkshire the town is one of the largest holiday resorts in the whole of the region. Over the years Scarborough has seen a huge influx of travellers and holiday makers, but the town itself has produced many famous and notable people. All types of notable people...
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Scenic Walks Around Torbay

Posted by on September 28, 2011
Scenic Walks Around Torbay As the summer has all but vanished on us, Torbay meets autumn with a cooler and colourful welcome. While this might not be the perfect weather this traditional seaside resort is associated with, there’s a lot more to Torbay than just sun, sea and sand. The area offers some of the best walking areas in the country. It forms...
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A Wine Holiday in East Sussex

Posted by on September 26, 2011
Vineyard in East Sussex East Sussex has always attracted people as a holiday and mini-break destination, but in recent years it is now attracting favourable attention for other reasons. The counties of East Sussex and Kent are now becoming widely known for their vineyards and the award wining wine they produce. This is partly due to the ideal climate...
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Agatha Christie and Her Torquay Heritage

Posted by on September 21, 2011
Picturesque Torquay Torbay and the English Riviera coastline has always been synonymous with the famous female crime writing novelist Agatha Christie, who was born in the seaside town of Torquay. In later life Agatha Christie returned to the picturesque Torquay and the English Riviera to buy a holiday property. This is where she spent most of the spring...
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Bath Unveils New Cycle Scheme

Posted by on September 19, 2011
Bath and its affluent city centre brimming with Roman history, the city of Bath has always been a favourite with tourists; with thousands flocking here every year. One of the best ways to get around in the hectic streets is to use a bicycle, allowing you to navigate around quickly reaching your chosen destination. The city, together with the help of...
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