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Chagstock 2013 hailed as a great success

Posted by on August 13, 2013
A guest post from Mole Valley Farmers, drawing attention to their Rock Your Wellies competition and the family-friendly Chagstock festival. Since it ‘went public’ for the first time in 2007, having first been held privately by a group of friends four years earlier, Chagstock has become one of the South West’s most loved summer festivals....
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North Yorkshire is full of incredible sights, with Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hoods Bay always proving popular holiday destinations for those keen to experience the Great British Holiday at its finest. If you are heading to the region on your holidays and want to plan your itinerary nice and early, here are three landmarks you won’t want to...
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Whitby is a fantastic place to visit throughout the year, standing as a fine example of the Great British holiday experience thanks to its sublime seaside stretches. As well as offering an unforgettable day at the beach, those staying in a Whitby hotel throughout the year can enjoy a superb range of festivals – these are just some of the best. We...
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The North East has never had any trouble enticing holidaymakers, with Scarborough, Whitby and Robin Hood’s always proving particularly popular among those in search for a perfect slice of the Great British Seaside. If you’re itching to head to the beach here are some of the finest sandy stretches in the region which you could visit during...
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Dublin made sure that revellers this year would welcome in 2013 in incredible fashion, after the Irish capital played host to the biggest street party it has ever seen. In a party the city certainly won’t forget in a hurry, as many as 55,000 people from all over the world descended on the streets for the New Year’s Eve extravaganza. It was a special...
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Plans have been announced to bring a new guitar and musical festival to the Scottish capital next year in a bid to improve the Scottish music industry. Running at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange from 25 – 27 May, the three-day Edinburgh Guitar and Music Festival is being touted as the largest of its kind in Scotland and will feature up to 60 separate...
The Scottish capital is renowned for its status as being the cultural capital of Europe, but a new addition to the city’s art landscape has taken a more unusual form. A traditional red telephone box on the corner of Bellfield Street and High Street in the Portobello area of Edinburgh is to be turned into a micro art gallery, after it was bought for...
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Yorkshire has always been a hugely popular destination for tourists, with the beautiful coastlines of the east coast or the dramatic landscapes of the Peak District just some of the delights that Britain’s largest county has to offer. A stay in one of the beautiful Scarborough hotels offers the perfect way to discover Yorkshire. To market itself...
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The Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh has announced an exciting exhibition programme for 2013. The prestigious institution – which had its Portrait Gallery re-developed recently – will see one of the nation’s most internationally acclaimed singer-songwriters, Annie Lennox, present her exhibition The House of Annie Lennox early next...
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The highly anticipated tram project in Edinburgh is to take major steps in its development over the next few weeks, with some of the most significant tests of its track and vehicles yet to indicate its level of progress. Overhead power lines between Edinburgh airport and the tram depot at Gogar are being electrified from Monday and, if all goes well,...
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