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Drayton Manor Park has Easter cracked with some eggs-ellent activities for visitors of all ages

Drayton Manor Park has Easter cracked with some eggs-ellent activities for visitors of all ages between Saturday 8th and Sunday 23rd April. If you’re looking for somewhere to entertain the kids and make memories together this Easter holiday then hop along to Drayton Manor Park right in the heart of the UK. The park’s special Easter trail is fun for all the family, twisting and turning around the park there are clues to find and solve along the way to earn an egg-stra special Easter treat.
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New Museum of Iron opens 8th April in time for Easter - Part of Ironbridge Gorge Museums’ 50th anniversary celebrations

The all new Museum of Iron at Coalbrookdale, in Shropshire’s Ironbridge Gorge, is opening on Saturday, 8th April in time for the Easter holidays after a massive refurbishment. Telling the history of iron making from ancient times through to the present day, it will explain how remarkable discoveries made in The Gorge changed the world forever and why the area became internationally recognised as the Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.
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A Very Victorian Easter - Sat 15th – Mon 17th April 11am – 5pm

Hill Close Gardens, overlooking Warwick racecourse, is the perfect setting for Easter celebrations. Heritage daffodils, as well as primroses, cowslips and other spring flowers are dotted around the sixteen individual plots that make up these unique restored gardens. From April 15th - 17th, in tribute to the Victorian heritage of the gardens, visitors can enjoy a special Victorian Easter.
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Drayton Manor Park, home to Europe’s only Thomas Land™, is set to host a very special bedtime story on Friday 31st March, read by the Fat Controller himself.

The eve before the shiny red engine James gets his very own ride, Thomas & Friends fans from across the UK are invited to pull on their pjs, snuggle down and tune into the story behind the ride in the attraction’s first Facebook LIVE bedtime story.
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Celebrate a cracking great Easter with a host of fun activities for all the family in Shakespeare’s England from 8 - 23 April.

Search for clues to win chocolate prizes with Easter trails and egg hunts, make an Easter bonnet, wander around spring gardens or simply enjoy a traditional Easter lunch with friends and family.Visitors can enjoy a host of events across the five Shakespeare Family Homes. Join the curious creatures at Zoolab’s Tudor Workshop at Mary Arden’s Farm, build and fly a kite at Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and create a finger puppet show at Shakespeare’s New Place. Take part in an Easter Rabbit Hunt at Hall’s Croft and explore the house and gardens to find William Rabbit. The Hunt is on at Shakespeare’s Birthplace! Track down the treasure with the help of music, comedy and fun with the in house acting troop, Shakespeare Aloud!
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Afternoon Tea treat for mums at Cadbury World this Mother’s Day

There’s no better place to take chocolate-loving mums this Mother’s Day, with Afternoon Tea and more to enjoy at Cadbury World on Sunday 26th March.
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Apples. Yes apples. Herefordshire orchards are responsible for some of the best cider in the world and you can enjoy the orchards in which they are grown by foot, bicycle or car.

If that is not enough the gardens that flank country houses and beautiful villages and cottages are in their abundance in Herefordshire, and with a reputation for fine food that many choose to test in any number of café, bistros and traditional road side inns.

The historic city of Hereford has retained its feel of a bustling market town, with the Norman cathedral, holding 'Mappa Mundi', the oldest surviving map of its type in the world.

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