Looking for something to do with the kids, list days out
Young explorers can get up close with newly discovered 125-million-year-old dinosaur remains if they visit Alton Towers Resort this July - and can even see a replica skull of the beast which has been named ‘Andy’ after popular CBeebies entertainer, Andy Day.
Come and discover 900 years of history and help us celebrate this historic year for Carlisle Cathedral as we celebrate our 900th anniversary.
We may not be the best-known mediaeval Cathedral in England, we certainly are not the biggest, but after standing on the border with Scotland for nine centuries, we most definitely have a lively story to tell.
With a whole host of catchy tunes up his sleeve, guests are invited to enjoy a song and a dance at Freddo’s Festival of Fun, the latest live stage show at Cadbury World.
Running every day throughout the summer school holidays from Saturday 23rd July – Sunday 4th September, Freddo’s Festival of Fun is the latest stage show on offer at the Bournville-based attraction, which will take visitors on a musical journey with toe-tapping Pop, Rock and Country tunes.
If you are looking for an evening out with a difference then get yourself down to Camelot Rises. It’s perfectly set in the former Camelot Theme Park near the village of Charnock Richard. The Zombie apocalypse-themed experience benefits from the 10 years of vandalism and neglect the site has experienced since it closed.