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Irish museum remembers the Great War

Posted by on March 26, 2012
The Great War is being remembered at a museum in Dublin, with people in the Irish Republic being encouraged to bring in family souvenirs of their ancestors’ struggles and hardship during one of the bloodiest wars in history. Any mementoes and reminders will help form part of a European-wide project which is to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak...
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Rather than being the top 5 this post is about 5 of the best as there are just some many great attractions in Cornwall is almost impossible to choose. So here is our list of 5 great attractions which are well worth a visit when you stay in a holiday cottage in Cornwall. Newquay Zoo is one of the finest zoos in the South West and is home to over 130...
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What a Sight to See at Sea

Posted by on August 11, 2010
Hartland Point is renowned for many things but its lighthouse is by far its main attraction. The Trinity Lighthouse was built in 1874 by Mr Yerward of Wales under the keen eye of Sir James Douglass. The lighthouse is 59 feet high and its lamp is situated 37 feet above sea level. Hartland’s lighthouse lamp can be seen from over 25 miles away....
The English Riviera which comprises of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham offers something for everyone all year round, whatever their age or taste so it’s little wonder people flock there year after year to have a Torbay Holiday. August of course, will not let you down on the events front. First up, there’s a chance to go onboard a vintage...

Two great days out in Bedfordshire

Posted by on September 12, 2009
Bedfordshire is a great day out for all of the family no matter what time of year you decide to treat everyone. But with so much on offer it is advisable that you pre plan your trip so you don’t miss out on any of the things on offer in this popular part of the country. For an idea of what is happening when and when in Bedfordshire this article...
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Isle of Wight Attractions

Posted by on August 23, 2009
The Isle of Wight is without doubt a great place to be for family fun and entertainment. Offering so much choice for people of all ages and expectations but you might find that you become overwhelmed with choice when you start looking for things to do. It becomes clear that the Isle of Wight thrives on it’s travel industry as they is such a...

Things to do in Bedfordshire

Posted by on August 19, 2009
Bedfordshire is a great location for a day out and the ideal place to spend some time as a family. Finding the right activity for a family that will be enough to entertain everyone can be difficult at the best of times. There is usually someone from each generation who has different ideas of how their free time should be spent. Museums, theme parks,...
As you may already know the Isle of Wight has a lot to offer. The Isle of Wight Festival, Sailing Regattas, Walking Festivals as well as a whole host of stunning villages in beautiful locations. However you may not know that the Isle of Wight also offers something for the animal lover in us all. One great place for the animal lover is of course the...
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Attractions around Brixham, Devon

Posted by on May 16, 2009
If you are heading to the Torbay/Brixham area this summer to stay in one of the many great Devon caravan parks then you will need a heads up on some of the great attractions that are around the area. In this blog post we are going to talk about two of the biggest attractions, Paignton Zoo and Quay West. Paignton Zoo Considered one of the best Zoos...
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Isle of Wight information

Posted by on April 9, 2009
The Isle of Wight offers a whole host of activities and events through out the year and you would be excused for not knowing about them all. Deciding on what to see, when to go and what not to miss can be a time consuming task trawling from one site to another picking out the ‘what not to miss’ events. Help is at hand. There is a great resource...
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