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Bowes Museum
Bowes Museum

Barnard Castle

Welcome to The Bowes Museum, founded by John & Josephine Bowes in the 19th Century. Whether you are a returning visitor or new to the Museum, you will be impressed with...

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Furleigh Estate Winery
Furleigh Estate Winery

Family run vineyard.  Tours daily except Sunday, tasting 2.30 Friday and Saturdays. Open Monday to Saturday 11a.m. - 5p.m. Website furleighestate.co.uk

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Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway

Hythe, Romney Marsh, Kent

 Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway runs for 14 miles from Hythe to Dungeness, the world's smallest miniature public railway provides a scenic ride across Romney Marsh.

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Hebden Bridge
Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge

Picturesque market town renowned for its independent shops and unique 'double-decker' hillside terraced housing.

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Threave Gardens
Threave Gardens

Castle Douglas

 A delightful place to visit in any season and National Trust for Scotland attraction. There are several gardens to enjoy; a secret garden, walled garden, patio...

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Southport Pier
Southport Pier

Southport

The Pier remains a much-loved Southport landmark following a £7 million refurbishment.  Take a ride on the tram or ride the train up to the Pier Pavillion where you will...

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British National Ploughing Championships
British National Ploughing Championships

Nocton, Lincolnshire, LN4 2AE

 The British Ploughing Championships are organised by the Society of Ploughmen annually and are staged at different locations around the country each year. Spend a...

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Eastcott Vineyard
Eastcott Vineyard

Devon

Eastcott is a new 6 acre owner run vineyard, nestling in a peaceful West Devon vale. It has been set up to make both quality English sparkling using the traditional...

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Wallington National trust
Wallington National trust

Northumberland

Dating from 1688, Wallington was home to many generations of the Blackett and Trevelyan families, who all left their mark. The result is an impressive, yet friendly,...

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Greenwood Forest Park
Greenwood Forest Park

Gwynedd

This winter visit The Enchanted WoodBarn, GreenWood Forest Park’s amazing indoor play centre, for hours of indoor fun on those cold winter days.The Enchanted...

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Bride Valley Farm Shop
Bride Valley Farm Shop

Abbotsbury, Dorset

Bride Valley Farm Shop in the picturesque village of Abbotsbury sells traditionally reared meat, poultry and eggs which have been locally produced. The shop is owned...

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Lakes Distillery
Lakes Distillery

Cumbria

The Lakes Distillery will be the largest new tourist attraction North West Cumbria, and the largest distillery in England. Opening its doors for the first time in...

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