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It doesn’t matter whether you drive a Nissan Micra or a race spec Evo, ride a GSXR or a Yamaha R1.

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The UK production of Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage, will mambo back onto the road after a sensational Christmas season in the West End followed by international dates in Bremen and Cannes. The show will visit The Bristol Hippodrome on the 3rd - 8th July 2017.

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Celebrate the age of steam at the East Anglian Railway Museum.

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Calling all classic car fans! Blenheim Palace is hosting the Pre-50 American Auto Club ‘Rally of Giants’ on Sunday 9 July. This superlative gathering offers a rare opportunity for collectors and admirers to see the finest and most valuable examples found anywhere in Europe.

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Enjoy an afternoon exploring the gardens followed by live music in beautiful surroundings!

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From the makers of Peppa Pig comes this BAFTA award-winning television animation live on stage!

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Previously voted ‘Garden Tourism Destination of the Year’ Kent’s glorious gardens are a delight. From the romantic and tranquil, to the quirky and exotic, all are great places to visit whether young or old. Riotous spring displays lead on to magnificent summer borders and beds ablaze with colour and matching scents. Plantsman’s gardens, with the rare and exotic from both hemispheres thrive, justifying Kent as The Garden of England. Enjoy these wonderful gardens throughout the year.

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Discover parts of Kent slightly off the beaten track. Journey to Britain’s only desert, a unique coastal national nature reserve with old fishing huts and wild sea grasses. Head into the ancient caves under the southeast London suburbs, find a 2,500 year old Egyptian mummy, or a see the craftsmanship of a genuine Bronze Age boat. Escape the masses and explore the obscure.

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Go outdoors in Kent, enjoy the rolling countryside of the Weald and the Downs, or head out to the coast for some fresh sea air. There’s more to Kent than it’s fields of hops, oast houses and vineyards – you could take a wild animal safari, or maybe head out on the water to see the county from a different perspective. Being only a short drive out of London, Kent makes a great day out to escape the city and enjoy more natural landscape.

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Looking for things to do in Kent in wet weather? Not every day can be sunny, and the rain helps the Garden of England shine more vibrantly on the sunny days! There’s still plenty to do even when it rains from heading underground to indoor museums and other great undercover experiences. Don’t let the weather scupper your plans, try one of these fun places to go with your kids or friends when it’s raining.

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