Status message

Locating you...

 Events    Returned 95 results

WWT London Wetland Centre is a great place to spot bitterns. Another notable bird species is the Cetti's warbler, which, unusually for a warbler, is present all year round. Cetti's warblers rarely nest in central London but bred here for the first time in 2010, raising two broods of chicks on the reserve.

Read More

This tour of the Museum of London galleries will uncover the role that religion, myth and superstition have played in everyday life in the city.

Read More

Christmas Party with a difference and a must for Fools & Horses fans!

Read More

Visit the Christmas Market on the Cedar Lawn overlooking the Castle to discover a splendid array of seasonal gifts, toys, festive decorations, specialist food and drink.

Read More

On the 1st Saturday of each month (excluding January) Creake Abbey hosts its award winning market. 50+ stall holders come with fresh local meat including rare breed pork, grass-fed Aberdeen Angus beef, chickens reared with no antibiotics, fresh vegetables, fruit and flowers in season, cheeses, cakes, tartes (savoury and sweet), pies, fudge, artisan breads, pickles, rapeseed oil, vinegars, preserves, local ales, juices and plants. A number of exceptional pre-prepared dishes are on sale all made with local ingredients (and some exotic spices!).

Read More

14th – 17 April : Easter Egg Hunt

Read More

Meet Santa and his helpers at the Vale of Rheidol Railway for some festive Christmas magic

Read More

Explore the Victorian London of celebrated author Charles Dickens and discover his inspiration for characters such as Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger.

Read More

Enjoy the most magical Christmas Experience with your family at the Audley End Miniature Railway. Take our Santa Express deep into the woods of the Audley End Estate where you will arrive at Father Christmas’s Winter Wonderland! You will meet the big man himself, along with his VERY cheeky Elves, receive a special gift and also watch a crazy Christmas Dance!

Read More

Father Christmas has come to Bressingham this December. Rudolph is away on his holidays so Santa decided to use his old faithful Steam Car for the journey to Norfolk.

Read More

Pages