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Gents are being given tips of a different kind ahead of the next stand-out raceday at Warwick Racecourse.

The racecourse is encouraging men to look their best for the Gentlemen’s Kingmaker Chase Day to have the chance of winning £500 to spend at independent menswear shop, Jacks of Warwick, and two tickets to Gold Cup Day at this year’s Cheltenham Festival.
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A STATELY VALENTINE’S TREAT - WESTON PARK

Weston Park, the stately home on the Shropshire \ Staffordshire border has a truly romantic Valentines in store for couples this year. On Saturday 14th February Head Chef Guy Day will serve a delicious 7-course tasting menu full of flavours to tantalise the taste buds with dishes including duck consommé, beetroot carpaccio with smoked trout pate, guinea fowl and asparagus and a trio of chocolate.
More information from Weston Park›

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Half term fun for Airfix model makers

If you’re looking for something exciting to entertain the children this February Half Term, the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is inviting families to participate in a fun model making activity. Taking place from Monday 16 to Friday 20 February, visitors will have the opportunity to build a First World War Airfix kit.
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Me and my mum: a two-week old Lar gibbon is making good progress at Dudley Zoological Gardens. Born on January 16, the youngster is the offspring of mum, Meo and dad, Huggy and will not be named until staff discover its sex in a few weeks time.

Endangered gibbon born at Dudley Zoological Gardens . . .

Primates staff at DZG are delighted with the progress of a two-week-old Lar gibbon. The youngster was born on January 16 at the leading Midlands tourist attraction to mum, Meo and dad, Huggy who also have a two-year-old daughter, Penny.
Me and my mum: a two-week old Lar gibbon is making good progress at Dudley Zoological Gardens. Born on January 16, the youngster is the offspring of mum, Meo and dad, Huggy and will not be named until staff discover its sex in a few weeks time. More information from Dudley Zoological Gardens›

Grand Opening in April 2015

Stanbrook Abbey will fully open its door in April 2015
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Cadbury World's Snow White & the Chuckle Beans: 31st January & 1st February

Cadbury World is giving visitors another chance to enjoy its popular pantomime, as ‘Snow White and the Chuckle Beans’ returns to the attraction next weekend. The live performance is based on the classic children’s tale with a unique chocolatey twist, as Cadbury World’s own Chuckle Beans race to save Snow White from the Evil Queen. The enchanting story encourages laughter and audience participation; all the key ingredients for a show the whole family can enjoy.
More information from Cadbury World›

Welcome to the official website for the Heart of England

Welcome to Visit Heart of England

The Heart of England Region covers: Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Ironbridge , Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Birmingham, Coventry and the Black Country. Situated in the HEART of the country, visiting the Heart offers the opportunity to discover what really makes England tick.

Use the quickfinder below to find an inspired Voucher or Offer attractions or events suitable for short breaks and days trips. Don't forget that many of our attractions have discount vouchers. Why not take a break? - there are lots of great DEALS to be had at local bed & breakfasts, top hotels and lovely self catering properties including canal breaks.

The Heart of England is so easy to get to being at the centre of England's road network and with international airports at Birmingham and Coventry.

Birmingham has recently undergone substantial regeneration and offers a world-class cultural scene as well as superb shopping an ideal location to explore the region.

Take some time to visit the Cotswolds - beautiful countryside dotted with honey-coloured villages with limestone cottages - or historic Stratford-upon-Avon. The typical English landscape of the Malvern hills is delightful. Discover film locations for Harry Potter and places that inspired the likes of Tolkien, George Eliot and William Shakespeare. We can show you cathedrals, ancient and modern, in Birmingham don't forget the Jewellery Quarter and Cadbury's Bournville - hummmm Chocolate.

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