Newsflash April – Bank Holiday Ideas In The South East

Hi,

A few ideas from Visit South East England.          

The month of May is here to bring, smiles to all your faces. Adventures, sights and sounds await, in the most beautiful of places.

Eight reasons to choose the South East for a stay this May

 

 

Enjoy an active day out on our pick of New Forest cycle routes. From our picturesque village location you can cycle our famous Old Railway, visit the Deer Sanctuary, enjoy the Woodland Trail and relax at a real forest inn, or indulge in a sumptuous cream tea.
A cycling paradise
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Top of the Pops
Bryony and her niece Taylor have decided to invent the ultimate pop star. Expect pop songs, silly dances, being played on Radio1 and getting their message right to the CBBC headquarters. Perfect for children aged 6-10! Child admission just £5. Folkestone Quarterhouse, Sat 3 May, 2.30pm
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Arundel Castle promises a Bank Holiday Weekend filled with the drama, action and sounds of torrid 15th Century battle. Skirmishes between England and France, craft displays, costumes and armour of the period combine to make this an entertaining event for all the family. 24-26 May.
Castle Siege
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A UK first
The HotTug at the runnymede-on-thames hotel offers you a totally new and unique mobile bathing experience that combines the best of two watery worlds, a relaxing soak in a hot tub and a cruise down our picturesque stretch of the river Thames.
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26 Characters: an exciting new immersive exhibition, accompanied by a host of unmissable events. Author workshops (including Andy Stanton, Korky Paul, Charlotte & Adam Guillain) and storytelling performances for families and adults. Talks, family story tours, and much more.
Bringing stories to life
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Sculpture Exhibition
Enjoy a stunning exhibition of more than 300 sculptures on show across five acres of beautiful flowering shrubs and landscape gardens. Sculpture trail for children. Sculptures for all situations and all pockets. Takes place May 10-18, 11am-6pm. Kingham Lodge, Kingham, Oxon, OX7 6YL
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Follow in the footsteps of Anne Boleyn at the grounds of Hever Castle’s magnificent gardens and enchanted double-moated castle while there are plenty of Bank Holiday events and surprises to keep the kids entertained. One of Kent’s top family days out.
Hever Castle
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Falconry Displays
There’s plenty to do in May at Cotswold Wildlife Park as special falconry demonstrations will see bird of prey swoop low over your heads during both Bank Holiday weekends. Lemur Week begins on May 24 and don’t miss daily feeds with penguins (11am & 3pm) and lemurs (noon).
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   Thanks for reading.

Mark & Yvette                

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