True’s Yard is a heritage site and town museum celebrating the fishing community of the North End which made a significant contribution to Lynn’s economic and social life for 900 years. The local fishing industry remains important today! The Museum complex has been enlarged and developed through two Heritage Lottery Funded extensions (1998 & 2010); it has become a premier Lynn tourist attraction and education centre as well as a community venue. The Museum holds lunchtime talks, an engaging exhibition programme, family history classes and tours of the North End. There is also a gift shop and pleasant tearoom with Georgian panelling, which are run by the Museum’s team of friendly and enthusiastic volunteers.
Brymor Ice Cream is based just a few miles down the road from the market town of Masham in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire. We produce award-winning quality Dairy Ice Cream using milk only from our very own herd of pedigree Guernsey cows. To make our ice cream we take the whole milk from our Guernsey cows and mix it with double cream; we then add the very finest ingredients imaginable to create a truly indulgent finished taste. The way we do things may cost a little more but it’s vital to remain true to our unique taste. We don’t add extra air into the mix ensuring that we get a thicker texture and more intense flavours. Our ingredients are wholesome and natural, from chunky pieces of Chinese stem ginger to big fat Italian Amarena Cherries - which make for very happy taste buds!
One of Scotland’s top hospitality groups, Buzzworks Holdings, is whetting the appetite of customers with the introduction of its biggest campaign to date, celebrating its love of food.
#LoveFoodFeelGood will be rolled out across Scotland and will celebrate the businesses passion for great food as well as acknowledging its role in pivotal life moments.
People’s love affair with food carries them through life, from falling in love, break ups, make ups to family celebrations, all the while making unforgettable memories. The new campaign aims to recognise the importance of high quality food and drink and celebrate the great experiences it can bring.
Kenny Blair, Director of Buzzworks said:
Easter is upon us once again, which means chocolate in abundance, the first bank holiday of the year, bunnies, and the ever-popular Easter egg hunt!
No need to search high and low for that bargain break this year, however, as Jurys Inn has rounded up the top family holidays for under £200, across the UK.
As the weather warms up this spring, keep the kids busy at these top Easter attractions and discover a new part of the country – it’s the perfect time for eggs-ploring!
Brighton – Spring Barn Farm
Visit the fun-filled Spring Barn Farm near Lewes for the perfect day out with the kids. Spring into action on the Giant Jumping Pillows, explore Treetops Towers adventure play area, or whizz through the air on amazing zip wires.
A village fete which has grown over the past few years promises to offer its biggest and best event in 2018! People in the local community of Shevington, Wigan, were disappointed in 2016 because the annnual Fete could not run due to lack of volunteers. Late last year, the committee saw an influx of willing volunteers and it was decided to hold the event on Saturday 30th June.
The whole community are invited to attend, whether as visitors or stallholders. The stalls don’t just offer locally, handmade crafts, goods and food but also include information stalls with representatives from local and nationwide charities and organisations including Northern Greyhound Rescue, the local branches of Women’s Institute, Butterflies Children’s Charity and The Samaritans of Wigan.
A year in the making, Clip ’n Climb Leeds opens in May and boasts 32 individual climbs – making it the biggest in the North.
Open just in time for May half term, the centre boasts treats for the vertically adventurous include the hair-raising, nine-metre Vertical Drop Slide, plus Stairway To Heaven and the Astro-Ball amongst many others.
The RHS Flower Show Cardiff in April will feature eco-friendly Regeneration Gardens, which champion reusable materials, and is set to inspire with its Wales’ Year of the Sea theme.
The annually anticipated floral spectacular – partnered by wealth manager Brewin Dolphin – will highlight the sensational Welsh coastline with a host of themed gardens and related features and activities to spark the imagination as 60 nurseries from all over the UK come together in Floral Marquee and Plant Village.
As the UK’s leading gardening charity, the RHS has revealed an exciting line-up, bringing vibrant Show Gardens, floral displays, interactive activities and the brand new Regeneration Gardens to the grounds of the stunning Bute Park from 13 to 15 April.
The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience London has kickstarted the new year with the launch of an iconic spinning planets game, making science fiction a reality and instantly transporting players into the belly of a spaceship.
Located within the newly-updated Futuristic Zone players can take one small step for man, journeying across spinning planets to reach the crystal in a spacewalk against time.The state-of-the-art game is sure to get players in a spin as they attempt to get their hands on the highly sought-after crystal.
Renowned children’s author Enid Blyton’s favourite hotel provided inspiration for the Famous Five novels and has welcomed notable guests including Sir Winston Churchill, Roald Dahl, and Sir Richard Branson.
Acquired by progressive resort management company Kingfisher Resorts, one of the UK’s favourite family-friendly hotels has opened its doors to non-resident hotel guests for the first time in 70 years.
The National Coal Mining Museum for England provides a great educational day out with a unique opportunity to travel 140 metres underground down one of Britain's oldest working mines with an ex-miner as your guide. It’s an eye-opening and unforgettable experience. Situated in a rural setting, the Museum offers an unusual combination of exciting experiences, whilst providing a genuine insight into the hard-working lives of miners through the ages. Free entry & free parking for everyone. £4 charge for underground tour.
Families are invited to get ‘hands-on’ as they discover more about the lives of coal miners through the ages – join our experienced miner-guides as you explore our genuine former mine-workings at Caphouse Colliery.