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Gloucester will welcome a flotilla of Tall Ships where visitors can release their inner pirate by boarding and exploring these magnificent ships.
RHS Chatsworth Flower Show was a huge sell out in it's first year... Our tour was a sell out last year so bookm early to avoid disappointment.
In the Medieval town of Shrewsbury you can marvel at the black and white buildings and at the same time take advantage of the fact that Shrewsbury has far more than its fair share of independent and unusual shops. Ludlow is not just beau...more info
Blenheim Palace was a gift from Queen Anne and a grateful nation to the 1st Duke of Marlborough following his famous victory at the Battle of Blenheim in 1704.
STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway is housed in a beautifully restored Grade II listed railway building in the heart of the former Swindon railway works. Located right next to Swindon's Designer Outlet, the Museum tells the stor...more info
Baytree, much more than just a garden centre. It is a wonderful world of endless discovery, where both the specialist and beginner can explore every aspect of gardening in a breathtaking display of over 16 acres of retail area. We then t...more info
The Gardener's Garden Show, Specialist stalls, talks, demonstrations and more all set within their award-winning gardens.
Chipping Norton on Market Day followed by 'Venice' of the Cotswolds' Bourton on the water with a scrumptious cream tea
The magnificent setting of Hampton Court Palace is a sumptuous back drop to the ultimate annual flower show. Discover acres of beautiful garden displays, practical gardening advice, great shopping, quality food and entertainment. more info
Come and witness one of our living traditions, taste something new at one of our markets, dance with our Morris dancers or simply sit by the river with a picnic. Abingdon-on-Thames proudly claims to be the oldest town in the country, but...more info