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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....
Filed in: Advice, Camping, Festivals, UK
Mount Snowdon is certainly beautiful to look at as well as being exciting to climb, and this is exactly why people looking for a holiday in the UK often search for Snowdonia holiday cottages. Snowdon can be as dangerous as it is beautiful, though a new scheme has certainly helped the Welsh mountain become not only a beautiful place, but a safe place...
Filed in: UK, Walking
If you are planning a trip to the North Yorkshire coast shortly and you are going to be based at one of the local hotels in Whitby or in Scarborough accommodation, why not enjoy some of the local walks in the area? Apart from the obvious coastal walks around Whitby, there are far more walking routes to explore if you enjoy getting out in the great outdoors...
Snowdonia Walking Festival If you are planning a trip to the magnificent Snowdonia National Park for a relaxing break and staying in one of the many North Wales self catering cottages on offer, you will be well placed to enjoy the forthcoming Snowdonia Walking Festival during October 12 – 14. This year’s Snowdonia Walking Festival has been coordinated...
One of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of the UK, North Yorkshire is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to enjoy a relaxing break amongst some simply stunning countryside. Situated 600 feet above sea level and overlooking the glorious Robin Hood’s Bay, the Raven Hall country house hotel is an excellent choice for anyone...
If you are visiting the beautiful coastal towns of Scarborough and Whitby this summer, there is a whole host of events and festivals on offer. Here is a brief selection of events to look out for during August if you are visiting the picturesque north coast of Yorkshire. The Festival of Yorkshire in Scarborough takes place on August 1 – 5, a fantastic...
Snowdonia gets its name from ‘Mount Snowdon’, the imposing mountain overlooking the local landscape and is the most popular mountain in the UK to be visited by tourists. The surrounding area has a wide scope of terrain and landscape to discover, which makes an ideal choice for those looking at the ideal rural region which offers an array of different...
People planning to escapeLondonduring the 2012 Olympics have given a flying start to this year’s holiday bookings at Park Holidays UK. The major southern-based parks group reports a sharp rise in January bookings compared with this time last year, and suspects that “Olympic-phobia” is partly responsible. “Everyone’s looking...
Filed in: Camping, Caravans
Caravans are the new honeymoon hot-spot for young couples seeking wedding night bliss on a budget, according to one ofBritain’s largest holiday park groups. Park Holidays UK says that caravan holidays are now a popular choice for newly-weds who want space, comfort and privacy without the crippling cost of a luxury hotel.
Filed in: Camping, Caravans
Devon’s largest provider of park holidays has welcomed a new survey showing that the county is holding out against fierce competition from foreign destinations. Park Holidays UK says the findings, revealed in Travel Mole*, a major travel industry publication, will give a big confidence boost to the region’s tourism businesses.
Filed in: Camping, Caravans