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Indulge in National Chocolate Week at Cadbury World

Cadbury World is joining in the fun to celebrate what it does best, as National Chocolate Week takes place from 12th to 18th October. Hosting a range of exciting events, there’s no better way to take part than to book a visit to the ultimate chocolate attraction.
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Spooky October half-term events at Ironbridge Gorge Museums

The Ironbridge Gorge Museums, in Shropshire’s river Severn valley, are running several spooky events during the October half-term school holidays leading up to Halloween night.
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Birth of baby camel

Dudley Zoological Gardens is celebrating the birth of an adorable baby camel - which will be taking its first steps outside today.
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Open Week will showcase rare examples of RAF marine boat and wartime bombers 9-14 November 2015

Next month, the Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will be opening its doors, allowing Museum visitors behind the scenes access to aircraft conservation projects and the chance to speak with the team who make them happen.
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The Motorhome & Caravan Show is nearly here! 13 – 18 October 2015 at Birmingham NEC

The UK’s biggest leisure vehicle, launch show returns to the NEC, Birmingham from 13 – 18 October. At 10.45am on opening day in Hall 12, in a Guinness World Record attempt celebrating 130 years of leisure caravanning, ex-World Superbike Champion and ‘King of the Jungle Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty, and TV presenter and guest of The Caravan Club, Matt Baker, will reveal a life-size caravan made of LEGO® bricks.
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Iron Bridge ‘disguised’ in multi-coloured rags by artist at Ironbridge (town) Saturday, 10th October

The iconic Iron Bridge in Shropshire, built in 1779 by Abraham Darby III and symbol of the Industrial Revolution, became the focal point for an art installation, Weighty Friend, led by Artist in Residence Faye Claridge with the assistance of 50 volunteers on Saturday, 10th October.
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Love castles, canals and craft. Love the Black Country.

Black County Living Museum

The Black Country was once known as the 'Cradle of the Industrial Revolution' and a visit to the county later you'll certainly know why. The furnaces have long since cooled and the chimneys that forged such progress are now towering monuments. What is left is truly fascinating.

In a single visit you can enjoy glass manufacturing once synonymous with the area at Broadfield House Glass Museum, the Industrial past at the Black Country Living Museum as well as great performances at The Public, a new arts and events centre in West Bromwich and nightlife in Wolverhampton, one of the countries newest cities.

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